Monthly Archives: February 2018

starwalkapp:

👀 ’ THE GREEN EYE ’ ⭐️

Some could see a huge green saucer, others could easily see an enormous green whip from the north or even a green Atlas. What I saw on February 17th was a giant green eye lighting up the Skaland bay on Senja island,

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teashoesandhair:

Dear everyone who is currently working on a Thing, whatever that Thing may be,

Good luck with the Thing. You can do the Thing. You will do the Thing. You just have to do the Thing.

Best wishes,

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kiramartinauthor:

WHY YOU SHOULD WRITE HORRIBLY:

1. You’ll never write anything if you don’t

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sj-flemings-writing:

God I just saw this post where someone was asking “are sci-fi readers more intelligent than the average reader?” and I just got really pissed off. 

That line of thinking is disgusting, to say the least. Sure, everyone has their preferred groups of reading material,

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coutelier:

For fun I started making all my original characters in The Sims 4 (I bought it for my niece and nephew to play, but as I’ve spent a massive amount of money on it and all the expansions I figured I might as well try and have fun with it myself).

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This is either the best, or the worst, lateral thinking puzzle ever (depending on your point of view).  First, here is the question:

Two men went into a restaurant. They both ordered the same dish from the
menu. After they tasted it, one of the men went outside the restaurant
and shot himself.

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did-you-kno:

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Another weirdly amazing piece of nature: the llareta shrubs in the Atacama Desert

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I upload some of the drafts from my WIP to a password protected blog here on Tumblr, so people can ask or message me if they want to have a look (there will of course proper beta-readings when each draft is complete). In the mean time, here’s a paragraph:

Once through the big glass doors he presented himself to one of the guards on duty,

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bshenanigans:

tellmeayarn:

d-lightfulexcess:

This is the punkest thing I have ever seen in my whole life.

She is right, lying doesn’t count at the library.

Put that last line on my headstone

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isabelcostasixties:

Space Age Fashion, London 1969
Girls are pictured modeling the usheretts dress of the future designed especially for them by Uniformula of London, a company who make and design uniforms for the Hotel and Cinema trade. October 1969

They were anticipating that in the future usherettes would be required to have popcorn and drinks dispensers surgically implanted in their bellies so would need quick and easy access to them.

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