This is Not an Orange

Random posts of varying quality and questionable merit.

Sometimes I photoshop things onto other things. Mostly I reblog baby animals and food. Sometimes fandom stuff.

squishfacekitties:

tastefullyoffensive:

Meet Garfi, the World’s Angriest Cat  |  Photos by Hulya Ozkok

Previously: Sygmond The Grey: The World’s Most Majestic Cat

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

(via xangetsu)

chubbynetflixluvr:

ziggymustaine:

This seems like a dangerous game to play

I’m the one who just ends up biting the leg

(Source: sizvideos, via drawsshits)

lesushhh:

This will forever be adorable

(Source: best-of-memes, via thanl)

thisisteariffic:

I’m having a raw gems moment. Oh me oh my.

via ByAngeline

(via frightmarris)

kateordie:

paulinaganucheau:

My SPX (small press expo) exclusive alt color version of my Magical Arsenal print! Limited number available! 

Come see me at SPX this weekend and pick one up! 

I want this real, real bad.

(via ofools)

cloudplusone:

teamsasskid:

friendly reminder that this scene was improvised

SNAPE IN THE BACK THOUGH

AND THE WAY VOLDY JUST GOES WITH IT LIKE A PRO AND EVEN IS LIKE “DAMMIT AGAIN??”

(Source: threepatchproblem, via you-cant-stop-the-moriparty)

30 days of deity devotion: day 9: common mistakes about dionysos

amaskofivy:

there’s only one that i’m gonna address right now because i’m really busy, but this is one that peeves me a bit, so here it is.

misconception: dionysos is drunk off his ass and out of control all day every day

truth: dionysos is a god who teaches moderation and is rarely, if ever, not in control of himself.

as i mentioned in an earlier one of these posts, dionysos taught mortals to dilute wine before drinking it so they wouldn’t get blackout drunk. i’m also just gonna put this out here, though most of you have already seen it:

"The first three glasses of wine are for the temperate: one to health; the second to love and pleasure; the third to sleep. After these three, wise guests go home. The fourth glass is ours no longer, but belongs to violence; the fifth to uproar; the sixth to drunken revel; the seventh to black eyes; the eighth is the policeman’s; the ninth belongs to biliousness; and the tenth to madness and the hurling of furniture."

—> dionysos <—, from eubulus’ semele or dionysus

(via twistedingenue)

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