Saw this incredible Hiccup while visiting the Baltimore inner harbor for food on Friday.
If you recognize and can help me tag the cosplayer, let me know!
*jumps on the bandwagon* *trips and falls on face*
Knowing that this has been done eight thousand times apparently didn’t stop me from doing it myself
10 cookie to the first person to recognize the basis for this magical girl!joshua design
I wanted to join this bandwagon for a while but couldn’t think of what to use. But then I realized that a lot of humour on this website is either delightfully sarcastic and dry or just plain surreal and silly.
"To live would be an awfully big adventure"Hook (1991)
(It’s X 2) DIE!
everyone’s got that couple of fanfics that you just read over and over even though you practically know it by heart because it’s so perfect it’s like a favorite book and you just catch yourself clicking to a random chapter on it because it’s so good it’s comforting to reread it
Rick Riordan, from his FAQ on his website.
Fuck, I love you.
hey here’s a rad idea: stop perpetuating “positive” stereotypes of developmentally disabled people like “autistic people can’t tell a lie” or “kids with Down’s Syndrome are always so happy and smiling! they could never hurt a fly!”
we are not your one-dimensional inspiration porn, we are human beings with distinct and complex personalities
your seemingly positive stereotypes of us are actively harmful because they contribute to our dehumanization—because they deny that we are human beings with distinct and complex personalities
plus the consequences of not fitting into that one-dimensional mold can be very, very unpleasant
so just stop
What’s especially awful about some of these stereotypes are some of the reasons why these stereotypes emerged in the first place. For example, people with Down Syndrome and other types of intellectual disabilities have often been trained into compliance and basically not allowed to exhibit anger or even sadness. Some may be genuinely happy at a given moment, but others may be covering up “non-compliant” moods because they may fear what will be done to them if they show the “wrong” emotions.