Bathtime with Floe :}
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Where would a woman have to come from to have that much body hair naturally?
Not trying to sound like an asshole, this photo is lovely, I am just genuinely curious.Hi there! Thanks for the compliment. :) I was born in the US and am a pretty vast mixture of different ethnicities, mostly European. The biggest chunk (1/4) and the heritage I feel the most connected to is Italian. My grandfather’s side of the family comes from Bari and Calabria in Southern Italy. :) Honestly, through my Body Hair Aware project, I have learned that (as I suspected) male pattern body hair on women is far more common than most people know because most of the women who have it hide and/or remove it with regularity and rarely discuss it. You would be amazed by the number of women (from many different backgrounds and ethnicities) who have messaged me who also have a great deal of body hair - even chest hair. It’s something humanity has rejected for so long, many people don’t even know it exists. I find this and the psychology behind it vastly intriguing.
I love you, Tango ♥
[ photo is a person laying in a bathtub, looking to the side and smiling. they have armpit hair, chest hair, leg hair, a happy trail and thick pubic hair. ]
baby sloths taking a bath.
highlights include: squeaking, flower-eating
oh my god
they hang the sloths up to dry
“As if men had a monopoly on murder.”
I made a series of Calming Bunnies (based off of the Calming Manatee meme) for my friend Gab, who isn’t a huge fan of manatees!
We can always use more bunnies, I think.
Hysterical panic attack trauma sobbing about this right now oh my god this is everything.
everyone needs to see these!
I’m already obsessed with bunnies. This just killed me.
8-inch chocolate penis that oozes fondant cream… Fresh mint fondant, Valencia orange fondant, Williams Pear liqueur fondant, Mozart chocolate liqueur fondant, Cointreau liqueur fondant and Irish coffee liqueur fondant.
Okay but is it possible to get the filling colored red? Because obviously the best use for these is to make a gif or video where you’re licking and sucking at one seductively, making bedroom eyes at the camera, and then you BITE THAT MOTHERFUCKER IN HALF AND SHRIEK YOUR VICTORY AS THE DELICIOUS BLOOD-FILLING DRIPS FROM YOUR VICIOUS MAW.
I was against hardening Alistair at first. I thought it’d make him a different person. Maybe it’d make him lose his sweet disposition. But I tried it, and now I know how wrong I was. That one little sentence you need to say to harden him isn’t going to irrevocably change his entire world. It just…
Origins, when you look at it from Alistair’s point of view, is a coming-of-age story. I know many people before me have said this; I’m just reiterating it. He begins as a naïve little boy who looks at Duncan with rose-colored glasses. He idolizes that man and is completely content just following along in his shadow. After Duncan dies, Alistair just essentially finds a replacement in the Warden. But as time goes on and he watches people die and makes hard decisions, he grows. He finds more resolve. He stands more firmly for what he believes in. After his sister, who he’s dreamt about meeting for who knows how long, turns him out on his ass, he reaches a turning point. He either realizes that he must depend solely on the Warden and follow only him/her (if you say the line “You don’t need her. You have others who care for you.” or “I care about you.”) or he realizes that he’s got to learn to depend on himself (if you use the ‘harden’ dialogue “Everyone is out for themselves. You should learn that.”)
That said, is a hardened Alistair really so bad? Do you really not want him to learn to fend for himself? Do you want him following your Warden around like a lost puppy for the rest of his days? And what if your Warden dies? He’ll be lost and miserable as hell until he finds another replacement. That’s kind of an ugly fate, in my opinion. His ‘coming-of-age’ story ends right there outside Goldanna’s house if you choose not to harden him.
But if you do choose to harden him, I think that’s when he reaches his full potential. He can learn to be a strong king, with or without the help of the Warden or Anora. Watching him lead the army to the final battle in Denerim is awe-inspiring. He’s his best possible self, there. He’s confident and resolute. After seeing that, I don’t think I’d ever choose anything different. Bottom line: hardening him is probably what’s best for him.
Best for him, whether he’s going to be king or not… Warden!Alistair in Kirkwall doesn’t have The Warden, to hold his hand and tell him what to do.
Husband animates joke about tortilla chips told by his drunk wife.
Pretty much the best thing I’ve ever seen in my life.
This is the cutest fucking thing I have ever seen in my whole ever.
I WISH THAT GREEN LIGHT DIDN’T GIVE ME SEIZURES