I’ll show you the other part later.

    (Source: a-world-of-our-very-own, via chibikins)


    23 Sep 2014   2,133 notes  

    aureliamoon:

    An anon asked if I would share my Photoshop actions that I use for my Sims 4 screenshots. So, here they are. I tend to tweak and make actions all of the time, but these are the two I predominantly use right now! These were made using Photoshop CS6.

    Download Here

    (via littlebentobox)


    22 Sep 2014   75 notes  
  1. > More obvious plot ideas that have not appeared in Monster High yet

    textsfrommh:

    - Robecca, feeling that her steam powered engine is causing pollution, decides to upgrade herself to a new power source such as solar power, electricity, and wind power. Eventually, she decides to go back to her old steam engine, but exchanges coal for biofuel.

    - Cleo and Nefera are forced to…


  2. 22 Sep 2014   44 notes  

    littlebluboxx:

    silentauroriamthereal:

    nofreedomlove:

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    "Image Credit: Carol Rossetti

    When Brazilian graphic designer Carol Rossetti began posting colorful illustrations of women and their stories to Facebook, she had no idea how popular they would become. 

    Thousands of shares throughout the world later, the appeal of Rosetti’s work is clear. Much like the street art phenomenon Stop Telling Women To Smile, Rossetti’s empowering images are the kind you want to post on every street corner, as both a reminder and affirmation of women’s bodily autonomy. 

    "It has always bothered me, the world’s attempts to control women’s bodies, behavior and identities," Rossetti told Mic via email. "It’s a kind of oppression so deeply entangled in our culture that most people don’t even see it’s there, and how cruel it can be."

    Rossetti’s illustrations touch upon an impressive range of intersectional topics, including LGBTQ identity, body image, ageism, racism, sexism and ableism. Some characters are based on the experiences of friends or her own life, while others draw inspiration from the stories many women have shared across the Internet. 

    "I see those situations I portray every day," she wrote. "I lived some of them myself."

    Despite quickly garnering thousands of enthusiastic comments and shares on Facebook, the project started as something personal — so personal, in fact, that Rossetti is still figuring out what to call it. For now, the images reside in albums simply titled “WOMEN in english!" or "Mujeres en español!" which is fitting: Rossetti’s illustrations encompass a vast set of experiences that together create a powerful picture of both women’s identity and oppression.

    One of the most interesting aspects of the project is the way it has struck such a global chord. Rossetti originally wrote the text of the illustrations in Portuguese, and then worked with an Australian woman to translate them to English. A group of Israeli feminists also took it upon themselves to create versions of the illustrations in Hebrew. Now, more people have reached out to Rossetti through Facebook and offered to translate her work into even more languages. Next on the docket? Spanish, Russian, German and Lithuanian.

    It’s an inspiring show of global solidarity, but the message of Rossetti’s art is clear in any language. Above all, her images celebrate being true to oneself, respecting others and questioning what society tells us is acceptable or beautiful.

    "I can’t change the world by myself," Rossetti said. "But I’d love to know that my work made people review their privileges and be more open to understanding and respecting one another."

    From the site: All images courtesy Carol Rossetti and used with permission. You can find more illustrations, as well as more languages, on her Facebook page.

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    queenfrankiestein:

    Cleo De Nilethrough out all of the movies.

    (via letspiritsfly)


    21 Sep 2014   53 notes  
  3. j6:

i don’t know how i feel about target selling this…

I would definitely put my kid in this.

    j6:

    i don’t know how i feel about target selling this…

    I would definitely put my kid in this.

    (Source: twitter.com, via epic-humor)


  4. 20 Sep 2014   5,571 notes  
  5. simpishly:

A LEPacy is a Sims 3 legacy-style challenge focusing heavily on the content and features of each expansion pack. It’s so easy to fall into a rut while playing and miss out on what each individual EP has to offer. The LEPacy dares you to explore all the things you’ve ignored!
The primary goal of each generation is to fulfill a Lifetime Wish you haven’t done before—and, of course, to find a way to carry on the family name to the next generation. The number of generations you’re aiming for is, ideally, the base game + the number of expansion packs you own. So, if you own all the EPs, you’re looking at twelve generations.
Base Game 
World Adventures 
Ambitions 
Late Night 
Generations 
Pets 
Showtime 
Supernatural 
Seasons 
University Life 
Island Paradise 
Into the Future
You can play alongside the official Legacy Challenge Rules, or you can use cheats and mods and custom content galore. It doesn’t matter—just try to focus on an individual EP with each generation.

A “generation” is completed when the Lifetime Wish is fulfilled. If your heir dies before finishing their Lifetime Wish, what you do next is up to you. Want to explore some more? Assign your next generation heir a LTW from the same EP and try again, or resurrect your dead heir and have another go. Feel you’ve explored that EP enough? Move on to your next heir and the next EP on your list!

And that’s it. Really, that’s the only major guideline!
Since this challenge asks you to try out LTWs you’ve previously passed over, and because not everyone owns the same combination of EPs, a LEPacy will change from player to player. Don’t feel obligated to stick to what I’ve outlined above! For example, if you own Pets but have played with it often, or if you’ve completed every LTW that came with the EP, don’t devote a whole generation to it—unless you want to!
Suggestions (i.e. what I’m planning to do):
Feeling brave? Back up your files and uninstall everything but the base game. Reinstall the next EP only after you complete your current Sim’s Lifetime Wish!
Don’t forget the worlds that came with the expansion packs. Move your LEPacy family from Sunset Valley to Twinbrook, to Bridgeport, to Appaloosa Plains, to Starlight Shores, to Moonlight Falls, to Isla Paradiso.
Focus on the expansion pack content, too: play with minimal custom content and/or Stuff Packs.
Questions, comments, suggestions? Click here.
Any changes to these guidelines will be added to the master post.
If you decide to give this challenge a whirl, I’d love if you tagged your posts with #LEPacy so I can follow along. My own challenge can be found here.
Good luck! :D

Great idea! Might try this at some point.

    simpishly:

    A LEPacy is a Sims 3 legacy-style challenge focusing heavily on the content and features of each expansion pack. It’s so easy to fall into a rut while playing and miss out on what each individual EP has to offer. The LEPacy dares you to explore all the things you’ve ignored!

    The primary goal of each generation is to fulfill a Lifetime Wish you haven’t done before—and, of course, to find a way to carry on the family name to the next generation. The number of generations you’re aiming for is, ideally, the base game + the number of expansion packs you own. So, if you own all the EPs, you’re looking at twelve generations.

    1. Base Game 
    2. World Adventures 
    3. Ambitions 
    4. Late Night 
    5. Generations 
    6. Pets 
    7. Showtime 
    8. Supernatural 
    9. Seasons 
    10. University Life 
    11. Island Paradise 
    12. Into the Future

    You can play alongside the official Legacy Challenge Rules, or you can use cheats and mods and custom content galore. It doesn’t matter—just try to focus on an individual EP with each generation.

    A “generation” is completed when the Lifetime Wish is fulfilled. If your heir dies before finishing their Lifetime Wish, what you do next is up to you. Want to explore some more? Assign your next generation heir a LTW from the same EP and try again, or resurrect your dead heir and have another go. Feel you’ve explored that EP enough? Move on to your next heir and the next EP on your list!

    And that’s it. Really, that’s the only major guideline!

    Since this challenge asks you to try out LTWs you’ve previously passed over, and because not everyone owns the same combination of EPs, a LEPacy will change from player to player. Don’t feel obligated to stick to what I’ve outlined above! For example, if you own Pets but have played with it often, or if you’ve completed every LTW that came with the EP, don’t devote a whole generation to it—unless you want to!

    Suggestions (i.e. what I’m planning to do):

    • Feeling brave? Back up your files and uninstall everything but the base game. Reinstall the next EP only after you complete your current Sim’s Lifetime Wish!
    • Don’t forget the worlds that came with the expansion packs. Move your LEPacy family from Sunset Valley to Twinbrook, to Bridgeport, to Appaloosa Plains, to Starlight Shores, to Moonlight Falls, to Isla Paradiso.
    • Focus on the expansion pack content, too: play with minimal custom content and/or Stuff Packs.

    Questions, comments, suggestions? Click here.

    Any changes to these guidelines will be added to the master post.

    If you decide to give this challenge a whirl, I’d love if you tagged your posts with #LEPacy so I can follow along. My own challenge can be found here.

    Good luck! :D

    Great idea! Might try this at some point.

    (via tumblinrob)


  6. 20 Sep 2014   179 notes  
  7. Just ordered Lizzie from the mattel shop!


  8. 20 Sep 2014   0 notes  
  9. krakkenchaos:

    precumming:

    THIS IS MY JAM

    Musical numbers in 90s and early 00s cartoons are so surreal because they actually put effort into making them sound good. Also, as is much the case here, the fictional bands rarely fit with the rest of the characters

    (via cheekykittenlevi)

  10. danielmcbatman:

    demonweasel:

    rockinwolfieze:

    queenfattyoftherollpalace:

    cutefemme:

    ginhigh:

     

    queenfattyoftherollpalace

    :O

    I am screaming!

    Goals, body and beard

    You stop that right now sir

    (Source: theresarumblyinmytumbly, via peppapigvevo)

    h0llow3yes:

    precumming:

    witchybitchyandtrippy:

    datassium:

    just leaving this here for everyone…

    NOPE

    YES OMFG

    Aw yes.

    (via ifoncebymindthentwicebyheart)

  11. Just got my pay check. Time to buy dolls.

    and Skylanders

    and an Elsa dress.

    I promised my niece and nephew toys. I also promised myself toys.


  12. 19 Sep 2014   1 note  

    pushpulldynamics:

    The blushing adonis of the anime world

    GIF BY fulllmetals ^-^

    (via sexuallyfrustratedshark)


    19 Sep 2014   881 notes  
  13. moriarty-i-s-back:

aradia—megid0:

smallberrycatcat:

how-is-this-not-taken:

murdockniccals:

aradia—megid0:

Ok so long story short me and this beautiful little boy here moved back in with my parents in Texas a week ago out of an abusive situation back in Cali. I spent the last of my money I had saved on the whole move. My ex is currently making bare minimum and I am only able to get to some of it. Legal actions to do anything, even see someone for a consultation costs money. I’ve found one person, but they live far from me and the gas to pay a friend for it I just can’t afford… I have $75 to my name right now. I’m living with my Mom and my Sister and my Son. My Dad promised to change when we got back but got into a near physical fight with me and my Mom and has been gone going on 5 days now. My Mom has no money. I am literally left to feed the four of us and with my being disabled I can’t exactly work work…  I’m in desperate need of donations of any amount or lots of reblogs to find people who can donate to help feed my family. I shouldn’t have to stay in a physically abusive relationship just to eat or feed my child. I’m on the start of a new path bright for both myself and my son, but it’s really rocky right now and I could SERIOUSLY use some help!!
tl;dr   -    I HAVE A DONATION BUTTON ON MY BLOG. WE NEED FOOD. PLEASE HELP.


this only has 141 notes, spread this like wildfire please

I can vouch for her. She is a genuinely kind person and I had the pleasure of meeting her at a convention maybe a year or two ago. She helped me out when I was alone and afraid. Sadly, I can’t do more than spread the word because I’m currently unemployed myself and have no way of donating (no credit card, paypal, or any sort of bank account).
Please help her out. She deserves it.

omg you sweet angel D’: </3

    moriarty-i-s-back:

    aradia—megid0:

    smallberrycatcat:

    how-is-this-not-taken:

    murdockniccals:

    aradia—megid0:

    Ok so long story short me and this beautiful little boy here moved back in with my parents in Texas a week ago out of an abusive situation back in Cali. I spent the last of my money I had saved on the whole move. My ex is currently making bare minimum and I am only able to get to some of it. Legal actions to do anything, even see someone for a consultation costs money. I’ve found one person, but they live far from me and the gas to pay a friend for it I just can’t afford… I have $75 to my name right now. I’m living with my Mom and my Sister and my Son. My Dad promised to change when we got back but got into a near physical fight with me and my Mom and has been gone going on 5 days now. My Mom has no money. I am literally left to feed the four of us and with my being disabled I can’t exactly work work…  I’m in desperate need of donations of any amount or lots of reblogs to find people who can donate to help feed my family. I shouldn’t have to stay in a physically abusive relationship just to eat or feed my child. I’m on the start of a new path bright for both myself and my son, but it’s really rocky right now and I could SERIOUSLY use some help!!

    tl;dr   -    I HAVE A DONATION BUTTON ON MY BLOG. WE NEED FOOD. PLEASE HELP.

    this only has 141 notes, spread this like wildfire please

    I can vouch for her. She is a genuinely kind person and I had the pleasure of meeting her at a convention maybe a year or two ago. She helped me out when I was alone and afraid. Sadly, I can’t do more than spread the word because I’m currently unemployed myself and have no way of donating (no credit card, paypal, or any sort of bank account).

    Please help her out. She deserves it.

    omg you sweet angel D’: </3

    (via bonkalore)


  14. 19 Sep 2014   2,331 notes  
  15. vvhitehouse:

    aneastcoastbreeze:

    vvhitehouse:

    advantages to wearing oversized sweaters:

    • instant cute outfit with minimal effort
    • it enhances the coziness when u drink hot beverages
    • sweater paws are guaranteed to make u feel 43% more adorable
    • u can unbutton ur jeans and no one will know

    disadvantages to wearing oversized sweaters:

    Guys think they’re totally not cute lol

    the day i dress for a man is the day they dress me in my coffin to see jesus

    (via phantomdoodler)

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