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❝ If you don’t want to die, think. ❞ 
If you don’t want to die, think. ❞ 

(Source: the-corporal-levi)

braydaaan:

"Study" they say, "How to study" they don’t say.

mynightwithvangogh:

Thanks to anime I now sort of know all the rules of the sports I’m never going to participate in. 

I just want somebody who will never stop choosing me.

- A.G. (via sobbingkitty)

(Source: attractionns)

doctor-korra-holmes-in-hogwarts:

shawarmababy:

chaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarlie:

B I T C H - The Avengers

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Here I forced it to work

Sorry Coulson’s not in the last one.

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ns921002:

heard you were talkin shit

ns921002:

heard you were talkin shit

(Source: ctcats)

cosplayruinedmylife:

Basic Craft Foam Attack on Titan 3DMG Blade Tutorial
Disclaimer: By no means is this most exact or realistic way to make 3DMG but it makes due for a fairly decent con-safe cosplay prop that doesn’t weigh a ton or cost a fortune. This tutorial is only for the blades, but you can use the same basic principles and materials to make most of the other parts as well.
-Heather
What you are going to need:
1 36” sheet of white foam board (from Michael’s)
1-2 (12” x 18”) sheets of white craft foam (I used Creatology Fun Foam)
Black acrylic paint
White acrylic paint
Brown acrylic paint
Silver 3D fabric paint (in the little squirt bottles for detailing)
Silver metallic paint (I used Dazzling Metallics by DecoArt)
Exacto-knife
Glue gun (make sure you have lots of glue sticks)
2 black pipecleaners
Fine tip black sharpie
Small paint brushes
Pencil
Tracing paper (or regular printer paper works as well)
1 small sheet of sand paper
Read More

cosplayruinedmylife:

Basic Craft Foam Attack on Titan 3DMG Blade Tutorial

Disclaimer: By no means is this most exact or realistic way to make 3DMG but it makes due for a fairly decent con-safe cosplay prop that doesn’t weigh a ton or cost a fortune. This tutorial is only for the blades, but you can use the same basic principles and materials to make most of the other parts as well.

-Heather

What you are going to need:

  • 1 36” sheet of white foam board (from Michael’s)
  • 1-2 (12” x 18”) sheets of white craft foam (I used Creatology Fun Foam)
  • Black acrylic paint
  • White acrylic paint
  • Brown acrylic paint
  • Silver 3D fabric paint (in the little squirt bottles for detailing)
  • Silver metallic paint (I used Dazzling Metallics by DecoArt)
  • Exacto-knife
  • Glue gun (make sure you have lots of glue sticks)
  • 2 black pipecleaners
  • Fine tip black sharpie
  • Small paint brushes
  • Pencil
  • Tracing paper (or regular printer paper works as well)
  • 1 small sheet of sand paper

Read More

(Source: nom-food)

jedidoctor:

I know that the characters are fictional.

But the emotional damage they cause is real.

papierince:

broship or somethin