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Jannah here!
I sometimes draw, but I mostly just whine about not being able to. I'm a 18 year old Palestinian American artist, who's a bit too political about social issues. I'm a comic book fan, mostly marvel(xmen, fantastic four, Thor. you name it) I love fashion, art, comics,gender expression and taking an insane amount of selfies. I'm most known for my bad boy bread cecilos art or my intern Dana cosplay. ∆∆∆∆∆∆
kevinwada:

Sleep Hollow #1 BOOM! Exclusive Cover

kevinwada:

Sleep Hollow #1 BOOM! Exclusive Cover

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fassbendover:

jdavidsen:

If you need proof that Buffy is amazing, there in an episode with an actual Loan Shark


i didn’t know michael fassbender was in an episode of buffy

fassbendover:

jdavidsen:

If you need proof that Buffy is amazing, there in an episode with an actual Loan Shark

i didn’t know michael fassbender was in an episode of buffy

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yungmethuselah:

yungmethuselah:

Tbh I’m afraid to go to Portland. I’ve heard bad things about it and everyone who lives there, including its local squirrels and mushrooms, no offense.

What if I get attacked by a gang of kombucha homebrewers? What if a young tattooed couple hits me with their $1400 baby stroller? What if someone hands me a hempen flyer for a Christian hot yoga meetup? It’s too dangerous.

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thetruebarryallen:

couchnap:

reyesrobbies:

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I can’t get over how much I love that there’s just a universally agreed upon strategy among the X-men that is just “throw wolverine at the thing”

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http://larissafae.tumblr.com/post/98232128111/trivialdaydreamer-lemuffinmistress-ruvy-i →

trivialdaydreamer:

lemuffinmistress:

ruvy:

I think that people forget that condoms protect you from more than just pregnancy.

And there is no morning after pill for HIV.

ACTUALLY THERE IS.

It’s called post exposure prophylaxis.

http://www.who.int/hiv/topics/prophylaxis/en/

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her-name-is-wena:

wire-man:

silent-tundra:

jedavu:

Amazing Face-Paintings Transform Models Into The 2D Works Of Famous Artists

by  Valeriya Kutsan

If this isn’t the tightest shit you’ve seen then get the hell out of my face.

I’ve reblogged this before, so I’m doing it again.

Can we not

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ashtoniousrex:

backstories to random gifs are my favorite thing and they need to continue

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uglygirlsclub:

rosalindrobertson:

quinsies:

hobbitdragon:

is anyone actually allowed to look this celestial, I don’t understand
this person looks like they straight up descended from the heavens on a cloud of tastefully subdued knitwear

#he does look like the moon personified
Agreed

also check the way the scarf is tied. Outstanding.

amazing

uglygirlsclub:

rosalindrobertson:

quinsies:

hobbitdragon:

is anyone actually allowed to look this celestial, I don’t understand

this person looks like they straight up descended from the heavens on a cloud of tastefully subdued knitwear

Agreed

also check the way the scarf is tied. Outstanding.

amazing

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4oq:

true friendship is talking about masturbating and it not being weird 

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turtletotem:

jabletown:


#cherik it#cherik#things i want to see be cherik



 


"Telepathy is so stupid. It’s, like, the worst mutant power ever."

"Telepathy is not stupid!" David snapped.

He was so angry, he had to keep it from flowing out. It was hard but his dad said it was very important not to project on people. It could be very dangerous and cause trouble with the school.

But this new kid Pietro was such, such a… “Asswipe!” David yelled, pulling the word from Pietro’s own consciousness because he wasn’t allowed to swear and nothing harsher than ‘jerk’ was coming to mind.

Pietro rolled his eyes and suddenly became a blur. The next thing David knew his shoulders were hurting and he was on the ground. When he looked up, Pietro was back in the spot he had been, but with David’s backpack at his feet, leafing through one of his notebooks.”

"Boring, boring. Wow! Boring! You actually take notes. I’d a figured you could just read the teacher’s mind with your fancy telepathic powers."

Unable to stop himself, he imagined Pietro’s own hand coming up to slap him in the face. Which is exactly what happened. Pietro stumbled and looked at his own hand with a dazed look, before throwing David’s notebook to the ground and yelling, “You are so dead!”

Feeling like he was going to get in trouble, but also feeling a little victorious, David said, “What are you going to do? Beat me up? I’ll make you think you’re a monkey and you’ll run around screaming and scratching your own butt in front of the whole school.”

For a second, Pietro looked scared, but ended quickly. “Nuh uh. I’m way too fast for you. You’d never stop me in time.”

"I’ve been training with my dad. He’s the most powerful telepath in America."

David wasn’t actually sure about that, but Dad was always finding people for the police and the FBI and SHIELD, so he had to be pretty good.

"Yeah well my dad’s super powerful, like, he can crush buildings. He could sink this whole city. Your wimpy dad can just, like, read minds. And if you did that my dad would totally smash your dad."

"Who exactly is going to be smashing whom?"

Suddenly a looming, sharp consciousness who must have been Mr. Lehnsherr appeared. He and Pietro’s twin sister Wanda, who was way less annoying than Pietro, were standing right by them in the nearly empty playground. Wanda ran to sit on one of the low balance bars and pulled a little pouch of Pop Rocks out of one of her skirt pockets, like she was watching a movie. Mr. Lehnsherr was very tall and there was something about his presence that put off the idea of reading his mind. David didn’t like the way he was smiling.

"You’re gonna beat up his dumb dad," Pietro said joyfully.

Wanda snorted, while Mr. Lehnsherr just looked at him curiously. “Am I?”

Pietro started jumping about in place, punching the air. “Yeah!”

"And why would I do that?"

"Because David’s a—" Pietro stopped himself, clearly about to swear, but apparently he really wasn’t allowed to do that. "Mean kid."

"I’m mean?" David spat. "You tripped me in Math class!"

"You said I was wrong in front of everybody!"

"You—"

"What on Earth is going on here?"

David stopped completely hearing his dad’s voice. It wasn’t his ‘You can have cookies if you do your homework’ voice either. It was his ‘You haven’t been listening and I’m very disappointed in you’ voice, which always wound up being more angry than disappointed. He rolled up closer from around the street corner, looking concerned.

Dad’s mental presence was all around him, firm but secure, impossible to push against. I could feel you trying to start a fight halfway down the block he thought.

"Sorry about this," Mr. Lehnsherr started. "My little delinquent— Charles? Charles Xavier?"

Suddenly Dad’s slightly angry, confused face changed to something David couldn’t quite recognize. He looked a little like he was about to laugh, but just stared with his mouth open for a moment.

"Erik Lehnsherr."

If David thought Mr. Lehnsherr’s smile before was a little scary that was nothing compared the big toothy one he gave Dad. But Dad was definitely not scared. He laughed and rolled closer.

David could tell by the prolonged silence that Dad was having a telepathic conversation with Mr. Lehnsherr, which… was kind of shocking, really. Dad didn’t converse with just anyone.

"Wait," Pietro said, looking very disappointed. "You know each other?"

Neither of the dads responded.

"It’s good to see you, old friend. I didn’t know you were back in the city."

"We just moved. I’m afraid I have to sour our arrival with some bad news. You and I are meant to fight. The boys were having a dispute and that’s apparently the only way to settle it."

"Is that so?" Dad said, looking back at David.

David wanted to melt into a crack in the cement. Even Pietro was starting to look guilty. Wanda giggled with a fizzing mouthful of Pop Rocks.

"Well, it won’t be much of a fight."

Mr. Lehnsherr smiled his small, sharp smile. “I know. You’d have me pinned in minutes.”

For some reason that made both of the adults laugh and stare at each other some more. But David was concerned when Mr. Lehnsherr leaned down and for a crazy moment looked like he was actually going to do something terrible to his wheelchair bound father. Instead, Mr. Lehnsherr kept leaning down until his lips were on Dad’s lips.

It took a moment to realize that they were kissing. His dad was kissing annoying Pietro’s dad.

Pietro yelled, “Oh my gooooooood!” a few times, running around in a circle, but too distraught to run at mutant speeds. Wanda dropped her Pop Rocks and covered her eyes with her hands.

David looked away for what felt like forever, until finally he heard Dad clear his throat and say, “There. Well, I hope that teaches you a lesson.”

David wasn’t sure what lesson he was supposed to learn, but he was never going to fight with anyone again if it wound up with his Dad kissing everybody. In fact when he looked at Pietro again they seemed to be sharing the same amount of regret.

Mr. Lehnsherr grinned. “I missed fighting with you, Charles.”

"We must fight more often, old friend."

David would have preferred just to be grounded.




THIS IS A DREAM COME TRUE.

turtletotem:

jabletown:

 
"Telepathy is so stupid. It’s, like, the worst mutant power ever."
"Telepathy is not stupid!" David snapped.
He was so angry, he had to keep it from flowing out. It was hard but his dad said it was very important not to project on people. It could be very dangerous and cause trouble with the school.
But this new kid Pietro was such, such a… “Asswipe!” David yelled, pulling the word from Pietro’s own consciousness because he wasn’t allowed to swear and nothing harsher than ‘jerk’ was coming to mind.
Pietro rolled his eyes and suddenly became a blur. The next thing David knew his shoulders were hurting and he was on the ground. When he looked up, Pietro was back in the spot he had been, but with David’s backpack at his feet, leafing through one of his notebooks.”
"Boring, boring. Wow! Boring! You actually take notes. I’d a figured you could just read the teacher’s mind with your fancy telepathic powers."
Unable to stop himself, he imagined Pietro’s own hand coming up to slap him in the face. Which is exactly what happened. Pietro stumbled and looked at his own hand with a dazed look, before throwing David’s notebook to the ground and yelling, “You are so dead!”
Feeling like he was going to get in trouble, but also feeling a little victorious, David said, “What are you going to do? Beat me up? I’ll make you think you’re a monkey and you’ll run around screaming and scratching your own butt in front of the whole school.”
For a second, Pietro looked scared, but ended quickly. “Nuh uh. I’m way too fast for you. You’d never stop me in time.”
"I’ve been training with my dad. He’s the most powerful telepath in America."
David wasn’t actually sure about that, but Dad was always finding people for the police and the FBI and SHIELD, so he had to be pretty good.
"Yeah well my dad’s super powerful, like, he can crush buildings. He could sink this whole city. Your wimpy dad can just, like, read minds. And if you did that my dad would totally smash your dad."
"Who exactly is going to be smashing whom?"
Suddenly a looming, sharp consciousness who must have been Mr. Lehnsherr appeared. He and Pietro’s twin sister Wanda, who was way less annoying than Pietro, were standing right by them in the nearly empty playground. Wanda ran to sit on one of the low balance bars and pulled a little pouch of Pop Rocks out of one of her skirt pockets, like she was watching a movie. Mr. Lehnsherr was very tall and there was something about his presence that put off the idea of reading his mind. David didn’t like the way he was smiling.
"You’re gonna beat up his dumb dad," Pietro said joyfully.
Wanda snorted, while Mr. Lehnsherr just looked at him curiously. “Am I?”
Pietro started jumping about in place, punching the air. “Yeah!”
"And why would I do that?"
"Because David’s a—" Pietro stopped himself, clearly about to swear, but apparently he really wasn’t allowed to do that. "Mean kid."
"I’m mean?" David spat. "You tripped me in Math class!"
"You said I was wrong in front of everybody!"
"You—"
"What on Earth is going on here?"
David stopped completely hearing his dad’s voice. It wasn’t his ‘You can have cookies if you do your homework’ voice either. It was his ‘You haven’t been listening and I’m very disappointed in you’ voice, which always wound up being more angry than disappointed. He rolled up closer from around the street corner, looking concerned.
Dad’s mental presence was all around him, firm but secure, impossible to push against. I could feel you trying to start a fight halfway down the block he thought.
"Sorry about this," Mr. Lehnsherr started. "My little delinquent— Charles? Charles Xavier?"
Suddenly Dad’s slightly angry, confused face changed to something David couldn’t quite recognize. He looked a little like he was about to laugh, but just stared with his mouth open for a moment.
"Erik Lehnsherr."
If David thought Mr. Lehnsherr’s smile before was a little scary that was nothing compared the big toothy one he gave Dad. But Dad was definitely not scared. He laughed and rolled closer.
David could tell by the prolonged silence that Dad was having a telepathic conversation with Mr. Lehnsherr, which… was kind of shocking, really. Dad didn’t converse with just anyone.
"Wait," Pietro said, looking very disappointed. "You know each other?"
Neither of the dads responded.
"It’s good to see you, old friend. I didn’t know you were back in the city."
"We just moved. I’m afraid I have to sour our arrival with some bad news. You and I are meant to fight. The boys were having a dispute and that’s apparently the only way to settle it."
"Is that so?" Dad said, looking back at David.
David wanted to melt into a crack in the cement. Even Pietro was starting to look guilty. Wanda giggled with a fizzing mouthful of Pop Rocks.
"Well, it won’t be much of a fight."
Mr. Lehnsherr smiled his small, sharp smile. “I know. You’d have me pinned in minutes.”
For some reason that made both of the adults laugh and stare at each other some more. But David was concerned when Mr. Lehnsherr leaned down and for a crazy moment looked like he was actually going to do something terrible to his wheelchair bound father. Instead, Mr. Lehnsherr kept leaning down until his lips were on Dad’s lips.
It took a moment to realize that they were kissing. His dad was kissing annoying Pietro’s dad.
Pietro yelled, “Oh my gooooooood!” a few times, running around in a circle, but too distraught to run at mutant speeds. Wanda dropped her Pop Rocks and covered her eyes with her hands.
David looked away for what felt like forever, until finally he heard Dad clear his throat and say, “There. Well, I hope that teaches you a lesson.”
David wasn’t sure what lesson he was supposed to learn, but he was never going to fight with anyone again if it wound up with his Dad kissing everybody. In fact when he looked at Pietro again they seemed to be sharing the same amount of regret.
Mr. Lehnsherr grinned. “I missed fighting with you, Charles.”
"We must fight more often, old friend."
David would have preferred just to be grounded.

THIS IS A DREAM COME TRUE.

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oh wow, a new tv show about a white guy who solves crimes by noticing everything except how fucking pretentious he is

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high school teacher:yeah i have a 4 year degree so you can call me Mr. Whatshisname and if you call me Frank that's disrespectful I'll give you detention for a week
college professor:hi i've got my Ph.D., i spent 10 years doing research, i have 7 patents and 26 published papers, and i was nationally recognized for my work. but you can call me Kim if you want.
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