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Why Did I Do This Again?

Oh, hello there.
This blog is pretty much my reblogs and ramblings and occasionally my art. Also it can get pretty NSFW at times.
I hope you like this... thing.
Oct 21 '14

You say potato, I say PON PON WAI WAI WAI

Oct 21 '14
fucbaddraws:

4 frights at Frumbo’s, happy october

fucbaddraws:

4 frights at Frumbo’s, happy october

Oct 21 '14

spoopyflannel:

Fans: The doors in FNAF take too much power
Scott Cawthon: Okay *gets rid of all doors*
Fans: Th At S NO T whAT wE MEAnT!!!!!

Oct 21 '14

angrybiology:

When ebolavirus finally makes it to my city, it’s not going to care how many people were offended by my petition to the CDC to rename the disease “full-body menstruation.”

Oct 21 '14
sixpenceee:

In 1889, the year of Adolf Hitler’s birth, Franz von Stuck painted “The Wild Chase”, which depicts Wotan (major god of Germanic polytheism) on horseback leading a procession of the dead. The painting has become infamous for its disturbing resemblance to Hitler.




It’s said Adolf Hitler saw this painting at thirteen and he was fascinated by Wotan, and later had this painting taken from the museum and placed in a special gallery.
Franz von Stuck was Hitler’s favorite painter from childhood on and the art of Franz von Stuck dominated Hitler’s childhood imagery (according to Robert Waite’s book The Psychopathic God: Adolph Hitler).
Robert Waite wrote: “Hitler was said to have copied his mustache, hair style, and oratorical style from the painting.”

sixpenceee:

In 1889, the year of Adolf Hitler’s birth, Franz von Stuck painted “The Wild Chase”, which depicts Wotan (major god of Germanic polytheism) on horseback leading a procession of the dead. The painting has become infamous for its disturbing resemblance to Hitler.

It’s said Adolf Hitler saw this painting at thirteen and he was fascinated by Wotan, and later had this painting taken from the museum and placed in a special gallery.

Franz von Stuck was Hitler’s favorite painter from childhood on and the art of Franz von Stuck dominated Hitler’s childhood imagery (according to Robert Waite’s book The Psychopathic God: Adolph Hitler).

Robert Waite wrote: “Hitler was said to have copied his mustache, hair style, and oratorical style from the painting.”

Oct 21 '14

dalmonite asked:

well they did say you made a poor career choice sooooo.... :U

It works on so many levels!

Oct 21 '14
sh9takankri:

holly-draws-skeletons:

Hey! I made a spooky ghost for you guys! 
It’s transparent!

all i ever needed

sh9takankri:

holly-draws-skeletons:

Hey! I made a spooky ghost for you guys! 

It’s transparent!

all i ever needed

Oct 21 '14
Oct 21 '14

topburger239:

FIVE NIGHTS AT FREDDY’S 2 TRAILER - IT’S OFFICIAL

Now I know I haven’t played the original game yet, but WAIT A SECOND ARE THEY DOING THE FURSUIT IDEA?

Oct 21 '14

Anonymous asked:

I have a question (and you can just ignore me if you're busy or anything, I don't want to bother you): I'm sending my players through the Tomb of Horrors in a little while, and they're planning to use the cattle method to get through it. You know, where the PCs buy a bunch of cattle, and herd them through in front of them to find all the traps and everything. I don't want them to do that, because that completely defeats the purpose of the adventure, but I don't want to railroad them either.

outofcontextdnd:

At risk of being sadistic, that many cattle in an enclosed area?

To quote Firefly, “No, a “bad day” is when someone’s yellin’ spooks the cattle. Understand? You ever see cattle stampede when they got no place to run? It’s kind of like a… a meat grinder. And it’ll lose us half the herd.”

Seems a viable response to the first trap.