Ask Val

I’ll take a potato chip…

and EAT IT!

trollplayinggame:

Submitted by popliteal.

Set Goofy to only use items in an emergency.
Goofy throws an Elixir at you when you get so much as a scratch, BEFORE USING ANY OF THE POTIONS. This shit is so real. XD

trollplayinggame:

Submitted by popliteal.

Set Goofy to only use items in an emergency.

Goofy throws an Elixir at you when you get so much as a scratch, BEFORE USING ANY OF THE POTIONS. This shit is so real. XD

Me, as an Animal Crossing villager. Yey. :3

Me, as an Animal Crossing villager. Yey. :3

professorbacon:

askgrapehead:

Just a sketch of an interesting idea for a fantasy RPG style race that Professor Bacon and I came up with. Basically vikings with inverted gender roles. I call them the Lion Tribe, for lack of a cool sounding original name.

I must say I’m impressed by the drawing, now to come up with a fittingly excellent description.
The Lion Tribe differs from other Nordic tribes in that it is their women who take the role of warrior. They believe that in order to give birth, and therefore create new life force, a woman must first gather it from slain enemies. The women of the Lion Tribe pride themselves on giving birth to strong children, and believe the child’s strength depends on the mother’s success in battle- as such, it is not uncommon to see pregnant women unleashed as berserkers on enemy forces that have already had their morale shattered. During their downtime or in times of peace, the women also take on the role of hunter to provide wild meat to their families- wild bacon is a highly prized food among the Lion Tribe.
This arrangement does not leave the men dissatisfied, however- in fact, they would have it no other way. Having the women out to war gives the men plenty of time to fulfill their role- To Produce and to Prepare. Men raise the crops and the children (although girls are taken at a young age to handle non-combat duties on military campaigns), build the homes, the tools, and the weapons, and prepare great feasts. As is common elsewhere, the men go to great lengths to impress women- they pride themselves on their facial hair and typical grooming habits would be considered obsessive elsewhere. The men will also engage in many athletic events, primarily wrestling (always a crowd pleaser), to prove that they are capable of fathering strong children.
The Lion Tribe believes in the same pantheon of gods as other Norse tribes, the key difference however is that they believe Freyja, Goddess of the Hunt, to be the most important deity. Just as warrior men of other tribes fight and die to earn their place in Valhalla, warrior women of the Lion Tribe fight and die in hopes of entering Freyja’s great hall, Fólkvangr, so that they may fight at her side during Ragnarok.

BRILLIANT!

professorbacon:

askgrapehead:

Just a sketch of an interesting idea for a fantasy RPG style race that Professor Bacon and I came up with. Basically vikings with inverted gender roles. I call them the Lion Tribe, for lack of a cool sounding original name.

I must say I’m impressed by the drawing, now to come up with a fittingly excellent description.

The Lion Tribe differs from other Nordic tribes in that it is their women who take the role of warrior. They believe that in order to give birth, and therefore create new life force, a woman must first gather it from slain enemies. The women of the Lion Tribe pride themselves on giving birth to strong children, and believe the child’s strength depends on the mother’s success in battle- as such, it is not uncommon to see pregnant women unleashed as berserkers on enemy forces that have already had their morale shattered. During their downtime or in times of peace, the women also take on the role of hunter to provide wild meat to their families- wild bacon is a highly prized food among the Lion Tribe.

This arrangement does not leave the men dissatisfied, however- in fact, they would have it no other way. Having the women out to war gives the men plenty of time to fulfill their role- To Produce and to Prepare. Men raise the crops and the children (although girls are taken at a young age to handle non-combat duties on military campaigns), build the homes, the tools, and the weapons, and prepare great feasts. As is common elsewhere, the men go to great lengths to impress women- they pride themselves on their facial hair and typical grooming habits would be considered obsessive elsewhere. The men will also engage in many athletic events, primarily wrestling (always a crowd pleaser), to prove that they are capable of fathering strong children.

The Lion Tribe believes in the same pantheon of gods as other Norse tribes, the key difference however is that they believe Freyja, Goddess of the Hunt, to be the most important deity. Just as warrior men of other tribes fight and die to earn their place in Valhalla, warrior women of the Lion Tribe fight and die in hopes of entering Freyja’s great hall, Fólkvangr, so that they may fight at her side during Ragnarok.

BRILLIANT!

Just a sketch of an interesting idea for a fantasy RPG style race that Professor Bacon and I came up with. Basically vikings with inverted gender roles. I call them the Lion Tribe, for lack of a cool sounding original name.

Just a sketch of an interesting idea for a fantasy RPG style race that Professor Bacon and I came up with. Basically vikings with inverted gender roles. I call them the Lion Tribe, for lack of a cool sounding original name.

stelmarias:

Advice from Adventure Time (x)

sourcedumal:

girljanitor:

ameliated:

bad-dominicana:

skepticamongthefaithful:

kemetically-afrolatino:

source 1; source 2; source 3; source 4; source 5

WELP.


Stop what you are doing.
Read those.
Right now.
I’ll wait.
If you don’t want to read, I’ll explain the key bullet points, but please read them afterwords:
This is not “we didn’t protect him enough.”
This is not “the government screwed up some random detail or accidentally let his killer loose.”
The 111th Military Intelligence had a team taking pictures of his balcony during the assassination.
They brought in a Special Forces 8-Man Sniper Team from the 20th.
Memphis Police withdrew their regular protection detail from him.
A jury of 12 people, six black and six white, found the United States Government guilty of conspiracy to commit murder.
YOUR GOVERNMENT. MY GOVERNMENT. THE GOVERNMENT OF, BY, AND FOR THE PEOPLE, SHOT AND KILLED DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING. And the media never reported the case.
MLK was ASSASSINATED. By a government YOU PAY FOR.
I hate those posts where someone tries to pressure you into reblogging. I almost never ask you to reblog.
This shit is important.
Reblog this. I don’t care what kind of blog you have. I don’t care what you normally talk about.
Reblog this.

holy shit

*sips tea*

sourcedumal:

girljanitor:

ameliated:

bad-dominicana:

skepticamongthefaithful:

kemetically-afrolatino:

source 1; source 2; source 3; source 4; source 5

WELP.

Stop what you are doing.

Read those.

Right now.

I’ll wait.

If you don’t want to read, I’ll explain the key bullet points, but please read them afterwords:

This is not “we didn’t protect him enough.”

This is not “the government screwed up some random detail or accidentally let his killer loose.”

The 111th Military Intelligence had a team taking pictures of his balcony during the assassination.

They brought in a Special Forces 8-Man Sniper Team from the 20th.

Memphis Police withdrew their regular protection detail from him.

A jury of 12 people, six black and six white, found the United States Government guilty of conspiracy to commit murder.

YOUR GOVERNMENT. MY GOVERNMENT. THE GOVERNMENT OF, BY, AND FOR THE PEOPLE, SHOT AND KILLED DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING. And the media never reported the case.

MLK was ASSASSINATED. By a government YOU PAY FOR.

I hate those posts where someone tries to pressure you into reblogging. I almost never ask you to reblog.

This shit is important.

Reblog this. I don’t care what kind of blog you have. I don’t care what you normally talk about.

Reblog this.

holy shit

*sips tea*

sketchamagowza:

whatever

Me. About everything. All the time. My poker face couldn’t fool a child. D:

sketchamagowza:

whatever

Me. About everything. All the time. My poker face couldn’t fool a child. D:

adventuretime:

There have been a ton of wondrous quotes from Adventure Time, but this may the most soul-smacking.
knickinator:

This. This is pretty good advice.

adventuretime:

There have been a ton of wondrous quotes from Adventure Time, but this may the most soul-smacking.

knickinator:

This. This is pretty good advice.