you're cutie camera would make an awesome tiny tattoo tbh. maybe on the wrist or something
asked by petrichorlore

that’d be awesome! i love my camera.

Have you ever heard of the show Ruby Gloom?It's about the adventures of a very cheerful little goth girl, Ruby, who lives in a haunted mansion with her talking skeleton boyfriend and other quirky friends such as a cyclops girl, a banshee, frankenstein's monster twins, ghosts, and talking ravens. It's on Netflix instant and I think you'd love it- it's right up your alley!
asked by Anonymous

I have!!! I watched with my friend’s four year old not too long ago! It’s super adorable and EXACTLY up my alley. I’ll have to watch more episodes, thank you for the reminder!

It’s basically my dream life.

Cimorene and/or Alanna of young adult fantasy fame.
asked by waveringbriar

i loveeee cimorene! alanna is wonderful as well!

i can't quite pinpoint why this is the first to come to mind, but i'm thinking a pair of wings, small and unassuming and easily goes unnoticed but when someone notices it, it's really detailed and intricate?
asked by quibbler

oh, beautiful! i’d love that.

"I'm a damsel, I'm in distress, I can handle this. Have a nice day" OR "fairy tales tell us the dragon can be killed."

aaw, i love these! any tattoo i got would be fairy tale related for sure.

If you had to suggest a tattoo for me based on what you know of me from my blog, what would it be?

flimflammeryart:

Aliens! Available as a print here.

cartoonheroes:

Sorry for the long post! Little storyboard I wanted to do, involving modern diner mermaids.

thelifeguardlibrarian:

mildhorror:

Here’s the link for more information about the PS244 fundraising campaign

Here’s the link to the GIVE IT ALL TO ME Library Collection at OutofPrintClothing.com.

Check it out! The good folks dropped me a line about this project last week, and I’m happy to boost for Library Week.

girls fighting evil: horror movie tropes 

the girl who doesn’t get away

(these are not the final girls. these are the girls who die early, who sleep with their boyfriends, who babysat in the haunted house first, who couldn’t control their anger. the girls who died as a warning, as a metaphor, as an excuse. they were too naive, or too worldly, or too funny, or too bullied, or too vicious. the girls who went into the basement alone, who checked on the children first, who went upstairs with a boy during the party.

they break out of the script, the scene, the reel. they are no longer demon feed.)

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