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worldofthecutestcuties:

Put my son to sleep in his new onesie, woke up to a bear raiding my drawers.

worldofthecutestcuties:

Put my son to sleep in his new onesie, woke up to a bear raiding my drawers.

(via flatbear)

gpack3 said: Can we say headcanon if we're talking about the character in your comic strip?

kateordie:

You can say whatever you like, but I really don’t like the word “headcanon.” It’s like… you can just say “fantasy” or “imagination.” If your “headcanon” is that Harry and Hermione wanted to bang or whatever, that’s just your fantasy. You don’t get ownership of other people’s characters? I see people getting very defensive of these ideas they have about properties they don’t own and it’s… Weird. It’s weird.

Finally someone said it

"Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall."

(Source: andillwriteyouatragedy, via ladyshinga)

lacigreen:

KNOW THE RISKS PEOPLE

(Source: glennoconnell, via grendelprime)

ex0skeletal:

In case you’re sad here are some buns.

(via littleasianflower)

lacigreen:

WHY ISN’T THIS THE LAW ALREADY ACROSS THE COUNTRY AND ALSO THE WORLD

lacigreen:

WHY ISN’T THIS THE LAW ALREADY ACROSS THE COUNTRY AND ALSO THE WORLD

(via grendelprime)

This Licensed T-Shirt Tells You a Lot About How DC Comics Views Wonder Woman

dcwomenkickingass:

Warner Bros. makes a lot of money each year licensing the rights to the superhero IP of DC Comics. And that includes literally hundreds of t-shirts. We know that licensing can be pretty strict. It took a public shaming for them to allow the Superman logo to be used on a statue of a young fan who had been starved to death.

So it’s always interesting to what DOES get signed off on. Like this shirt. 

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