This is the greatest photo set of all time.
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fun prank; tell women they’re only good for romance, sex, and having children. and then laugh at them for wanting romance, shame them for having sex, and act like they have to give up all facets of their personalities if they become mothers
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Today I share my love of my IUD! It’s worked out incredibly well for me, and I am a huge fan. Of course, just like with EVERY form of birth control out there, it is not right for everyone universally. So today’s strip lays out the pros versus the cons and shares some of the experiences you can expect if you decide to go this route.
But, I will say, if you can’t handle having hormonal birth control (like meeeee), oh man, this is a godsend.
Like Erika, I have a copper IUD! I got this baby about three years ago, and let me tell you - it changed my (sex) life. Being on the pill made me crazy and unstable; it was also expensive, as I have no health insurance. I took a risk on the IUD after a recommendation from a friend and plenty of assurance from the nurses at the sexual health clinic, and I adore it. I have had all kinds of sex in the last couple years (but y’know, mostly only in long-term monogamous relationships where everyone was healthy) and look at me, ma - still not pregnant!
Is it right for everyone? No, of course not. It is painful to have inserted, and it can be expensive, but I got mine for about $70. Canada, right? Seriously, $70 to not get pregnant for UP TO TEN YEARS. Does it make periods worse? Yes, kind of, especially at first. But for me, the pros FAR outweigh the cons!
Click through to Erika’s comic for much more information!
I also HIGHLY recommend the copper IUD. Hormonal birth control has never been my friend. I had this for the past 5 years up until I started trying to get pregnant and plan to have another one inserted immediately following the birth of my baby in June. It’s like having no birth control at all, or at least that is what it seems like.Source: erikamoen
I think dasher is me in every way
i feel you vixen
the fuck is wrong with blitzen
I reblogged this photoset already but idgaf this is my official Tumblr Christmas tradition.
IT’S DECEMBER 1ST TIME TO BUST OUT THIS PHOTOSET AGAIN
I am Prancer
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To anyone in the UK: this little 3 year old girl lost her best friend, named Mr. Rabbit, in London a few days ago. Her mother has begun an online campaign to find him. The little girl cries herself to sleep every night because she misses him. These best friends should not be apart.
This is Tumblr guys! If anyone can find this rabbit, we can. Please reblog the shit out of this to reunite these best buddies.
If you have any leads, report them here.
I live an ocean away but I know I have followers in the area!
I’m going to go cry now.
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Reddit user estate8143 recently posted pictures of his walk/climb of The Great Wall of China and explains how dangerous the wall can be at some points. Years of decay have caused the wall to crumble and sprout vegetation. Some parts of the wall are very steep and almost impossible to climb without proper gear and a death warrant. At one point ‘Estate’ says he took this picture of himself to see how scared he was, before realizing that he has to turn back.
Frolicking in the autumn leaves, this little lion cub is having the time of her life as she excitedly plays in her enclosure.
Tiny cub Karis proved she’s not too dissimilar to human children as she threw herself into the pile of golden leaves carefully collected by her keepers, even ending up with a pile on her head.
Staff at the Blair Drummond Safari Park, near Stirling, Scotland, had been raking up the leaves to keep the attraction tidy, when Karis’s keeper Brian Reid realised that his little charge might enjoy playing in them and moved the pile into her enclosure.
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Just a few months ago I was a tumblr nobody. I was so close to hitting 200 followers and to try to reach that magical number I made a photoset post about my new Lord of the Rings replica weapon.
And it EXPLODED.
I can’t even begin to explain how amazing this experience has been for me. I can’t believe that post still continues to circulate and I’m so grateful for all the new followers and the wonderful messages I get, just because I have the privilege of bringing a smile to someone’s day.
Anyways you guys are amazing and so to celebrate reaching 10,000 followers I’m doing a little giveaway.
I have made tiny exact replicas of the scimitar that helped bring me internet glory.
Rules (since giveaways always seem to have rules):
- Please be following me. But I mean if you aren’t I’m too lazy to like, check up on you but I mean c’mon man, be cool.
- I am only making 5 of these since I’m making everything by hand: carving them out of wood, painting them, dying the leather, etc. So there will only be 5 winners because I have other shit to do. Okay, no I don’t, but this shit is time consuming.
- Reblog it, like it, I don’t really give a shit how you enter. I mean, give everyone an equal chance and don’t reblog this shit like 100 times. Just don’t be a dick. Your followers would probably hate you for that too.
- Contest closes Saturday November 30th, so you guys have a long time (I also kinda need the time to make the rest of them, hahaha.
- I’ll use a random number generator to pick the winners on Sunday December 1st. If you win I’ll send you a message and we can work out where you want me to ship them to.
So that’s it! Thank you all so much again for deciding I’m cool enough to show up on your dashboards occasionally.
If the giveaway gets as popular as I’m secretly hoping it will be, maybe I’ll pick like 10 extra 2nd prize winners and make y’all super dope cards or something. I dunno. I’ll figure it out. Comment below what you guys would like for second place prizes?
"Shrouded within the park of Villa Demidoff (just north of Florence, Italy), there sits a gigantic 16th century sculpture known as Colosso dell’Appennino, or the Appennine Colossus. The brooding structure was first erected in 1580 by Italian sculptor Giambologna. Like a guardian of the pond in front of him, the giant is in an endless watchful pose, perched atop his earthy seat.”
I love statues.Source: fortswinwars