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So I was helping my friends decorate for their wedding and a photographer snapped this shot of me.

So I was helping my friends decorate for their wedding and a photographer snapped this shot of me.

Probably the closest thing to a selfie I’m ever going to post on here, since I got asked for a picture of my dye job.

I like the color but I don’t like how she braided it.  I usually prefer fishbone braids, but the colorist wasn’t charging me for the braid and I just wanted something that would let me get on with the rest of my day.

I usually wear my mohawk in a braid or in 2-3 ponytails down the back of my head because I’m too lazy to get up and spike/spray it every morning before work.

Probably the closest thing to a selfie I’m ever going to post on here, since I got asked for a picture of my dye job.

I like the color but I don’t like how she braided it. I usually prefer fishbone braids, but the colorist wasn’t charging me for the braid and I just wanted something that would let me get on with the rest of my day.

I usually wear my mohawk in a braid or in 2-3 ponytails down the back of my head because I’m too lazy to get up and spike/spray it every morning before work.

jennyquantums:

here is a list of characters i’d be interested to see in a MoS sequel:

  • literally
  • anyone
  • but batman
This is a really eloquent explanation of the exact opposite of my opinion.  I don’t need the former.  I live in a world filled with the former.  If somebody’s got superpowers, a vigilante complex, more money than most national GDP’s, and enough megalomania to ignore the rule of law, I’d prefer they have a moral line they won’t cross.  Call that religious if you want, but I’d prefer they demonstrate an unattainable moral standard.

This is a really eloquent explanation of the exact opposite of my opinion.  I don’t need the former.  I live in a world filled with the former.  If somebody’s got superpowers, a vigilante complex, more money than most national GDP’s, and enough megalomania to ignore the rule of law, I’d prefer they have a moral line they won’t cross.  Call that religious if you want, but I’d prefer they demonstrate an unattainable moral standard.

Friendship is Dragons

This is me.

every

single

game