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braingremlin:

kinsara:

draelogor:

lotrlockedwhovian:

viivus:

period thoughts

that would make the funniest fucking story ever. Due to a mix up at the factory, the template for incantations that was supposed to a publishing company of dark art books is sent to a feminine products factory. Girl then accidentally summons Satan with period blood. Satan gets confused because its “dead blood” and when he shows up he realizes the sacrifice was done incorrectly so he cannot take the girl’s soul but now is bound to do her bidding because oops his bad, he showed up anyway.

PLEASE















BUT CAN YOU FUCK YOUR NEW HOT DEMON

braingremlin:

kinsara:

draelogor:

lotrlockedwhovian:

viivus:

period thoughts

that would make the funniest fucking story ever. Due to a mix up at the factory, the template for incantations that was supposed to a publishing company of dark art books is sent to a feminine products factory. Girl then accidentally summons Satan with period blood. Satan gets confused because its “dead blood” and when he shows up he realizes the sacrifice was done incorrectly so he cannot take the girl’s soul but now is bound to do her bidding because oops his bad, he showed up anyway.

PLEASE

BUT CAN YOU FUCK YOUR NEW HOT DEMON

astrakiseki

astrakiseki:

lettersfromtitan:

stultiloquentia:

azephirin:

I am a woman. I am a practicing attorney. I am the only woman in my office over the age of 35 who doesn’t color her hair. I have some gray, but not a lot yet, and I never seriously considered coloring my hair until this job. I don’t want to: it’s expensive and a pain in the ass to keep up. About a year ago, I was in court, and a female attorney walked in with curly, bobbed, naturally gray hair, and her mere act of publicly displaying her natural hair color seemed not just unusual but defiant. Meanwhile many men in my office and in the courts have gray hair, and I doubt anyone thinks twice about it.

Same in my office.  I’ve got a lot of grey, still mostly hiding under a solidly brown top layer, but I’ve got no plans to dye.  My mother’s silver is gorgeous.

My grey is coming in a bright, shocking silver, if it weren’t, I might be less into it, but I’m into it.

I’m probably going to be like my Dad’s side, quiet salt and pepper in medium brown hair.  And that’s fine.  Grandma Mooney and Aunt Karen both dyed their hair to hide the gray.

But on my Mom’s side, no one ever dyed their hair.  I remember her mother with snowy white hair, hair that had turned that color before my mother was born, and my mother herself is a salt and pepper strawberry blonde.

But gosh do I like seeing silver, and I keep wanting to compliment people on it.

My hair is almost black, and I have a lot of bright, silver coming in at the age of 33. People who don’t know me keep asking where I get my hair highlighted. 

I tell them grad school.

I doubt I’ve ever dye it - that’s one carousel I do not want a ticket to.