I’m perfectly fine. I left Tumblr because I couldn’t deal with the bullshit anymore. I used to use this website for fun but it was doing nothing but causing me grief. So I cut it out of my life and found that I didn’t really need it at all. I don’t miss it and I don’t foresee myself coming back. I’m glad that some people can still enjoy theirselves on the site but it’s just not for me anymore. Thanks for asking how I am tho. That’s pretty nice. Hope you’re doin well too.
i’ve been on tumblr for years. why am i just now finding this picture?
The Destroyer of Worlds.
Most Feared Being in the Universe.
The Oncoming Storm.
You sound like your mother!
THIS IS THE MOST BULLSHIT THING IVE EVER SEEN
PEOPLE ARENT M&MS. DON’T COMPARE PEOPLE TO FUCKING FOOD.
REPLACE “MEN” WITH “MUSLIMS”.
WHAT MAKES THE SECOND ONE WORSE THAN THE FIRST ONE?
GOD THIS IS THE BIGGEST LOAD OF BULLSHIT
What makes this even worse is this is the logic that people who say all “muslims are terrorists” use. It’s really fucked up and doesn’t advance anything other than bigotry
#my fav thing about renly is like#he always like starts laughing to himself before he says this shit#like he’s like ‘lol i thought of a hilarious joke here it comes’#IS HE A HAM haha nailed it. thats so renly. doin it renly style
Goddammit, I miss Renly.
When someone bumps into you on public transport
Jacket designs for Thomas Harris’ Hannibal Lecter series. These are some of my favorite books, so I wanted to design a series of covers that focused on one key element from each story.
Do you remember my Hannibal - Bloodless Edition for Season 1?
Here’s the sequel. I know it’s a silly thing, but I had to draw it.
Now you can prepare yourself gradually for this wonderful show!
Please, don’t repost! Just reblog, thanks! :)
"Women live in constant fear of men"
I do not live in constant fear of anyone, I am a strong woman, I do not live in fear, because I know I’m strong and I don’t need to be protected.
Saying that women live in constant fear of men is implying women are weak and can’t take care of themselves, basically implying women are weaker than men and that’s sexist as heck.
I am not weak, I am a woman, and being a woman makes me strong, I’m not a child who needs to be taken care of, I am independent and I do not want you to speak for my gender and go saying I am afraid of men. Because I am not.
This was done through a technique called “fore-edge painting,” which is an illustration that is hidden on the edge of the pages of the book. The technique allegedly dates back to the 1650s.