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Hopeless

sailor-scribbles:

Read right to left.

Comic by Cockpit.  Translated by Sailor Scribbles.

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ancwritingresources:

Resources: Cancer
So you want to write about a character with cancer, but you don’t have it yourself (thank God), and you don’t know where to start. It’s been said that writers should write what they know, but this advice is limiting and outdated. With a whole world of information out there, there’s no reason you shouldn’t write the character you want. However, do keep in mind that cancer is a huge issue in the U.S. right now, and not something most people will take lightly; remember to be respectful, but most importantly, to be accurate and authentic. I hope some of these resources will help. 

Types
Cancers in Young Women
Cancers that Affect People 19-24
Most Common Types of Childhood Cancer
All About Leukemia 
Understanding Breast Cancer
All About Skin Cancer
What Are Tumors?
Brain Cancers and Brain Tumors
Different Treatments


Types of Cancer Treatment
Understanding Radiation Therapy
Uses, Side-Effects and Types of Chemotherapy
Physically Removing the Cancer: Surgery
If Your Loved One Refuses Cancer Treatment
Recovery


What To Do As a Cancer Survivor 
Life After Cancer Treatment
Other
Emotional Side-Effects of Cancer
Emotions After Cancer Treatment
Aims to Dispel Cancer Stereotypes
Men and Breast Cancer Stereotypes
Battling the Stereotypes 

The “other” section is particularly important; it’s easy to get caught up in the physical limitations of cancer, but the way it makes your character feel mentally is just as important. Don’t forget about their psychological state during these trying times. 

ancwritingresources:

Resources: Cancer

So you want to write about a character with cancer, but you don’t have it yourself (thank God), and you don’t know where to start. It’s been said that writers should write what they know, but this advice is limiting and outdated. With a whole world of information out there, there’s no reason you shouldn’t write the character you want. However, do keep in mind that cancer is a huge issue in the U.S. right now, and not something most people will take lightly; remember to be respectful, but most importantly, to be accurate and authentic. I hope some of these resources will help. 

Types

Different Treatments
Recovery

Other

The “other” section is particularly important; it’s easy to get caught up in the physical limitations of cancer, but the way it makes your character feel mentally is just as important. Don’t forget about their psychological state during these trying times. 

Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji EDOokami Heart」

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third-eyes:

staceythinx:

Science-inspired necklaces from the Delftia Etsy store

alexandralumetta:

Fear by Alasya

alexandralumetta:

Fear by Alasya

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fluffy-little-fallen-angel:

nudityandnerdery:

divawithanunspoiledagenda:

plumbones:

destiny919:

greenhoused:

which way does a cyclops wing their eyeliner

tumblr user greenhoused is asking the real questions

It doesn’t matter, because Nobody is going to criticize their makeup.

WAS THAT A MOTHER FRACKING ODYSSEY PUN

Well, it wasn’t a motherfucking Oedipus pun, that’s for sure.

I think I’ve found my favorite post

jason-brody:

coryy:

who in the fucking world

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jaclcfrost:

selfless characters loving selfish characters

selfish characters loving selfless characters

me crying in the background

ponderation:

France - Pont d’Espagne by Grégoire Sieuw

ponderation:

France - Pont d’Espagne by Grégoire Sieuw

kanapy:

Are you ready for the snowball?

kanapy:

Are you ready for the snowball?

vvexpyke:

creepycryptid:

possibly my favourite scene from anything ever

ok what the hell is the x files