Aaaand the last one, number 7. Bismuth monster!
Reference image from here.
I love you.
I love you too ;D
For example, two siblings, from the same clutch, were bought by the same person. Both were named Timmy. I checked their lair and there was also a third, unrelated dragon named Timmy. This was over a month ago, and they were never exalted. ???
The newest mystery is someone buying an irishim hatchling, removing the primary, and naming it Ukraine. Granted, it is Ukraine’s flag’s colors… I suppose the iri just had too much green and not enough yellow?
LINDSAY WILL YOU MAKE THIS NEXT TIME IM OVER
WE HAVE TO????? FUCK
Sometimes my mother makes this and it is even better than it looks.
You gotta be careful though because you’ll totally eat like half the loaf unless someone beats you to it.
Decided to nyx the sky-in-the-wings idea, because I like the invisible look better. ^^; I painstakingly went through every single line and shadow to make sure everything was darker than the base colors, so it SHOULD be okay. ;w;
My entry for Mistral Jamboree: Kite Dancer!
Holy dragon jesus
Some of you are the most rude users I have ever seen. You claim to be accepting and all, but as soon as somebody says something you dont like/agree there is hell to pay. You are rude, condescending, and mean. Its fine to disagree, but for god sake, its so hard for some of you to get off your high horse? You are a bunch of bullies.
Home to the best, worst, and most emotionally awkward human beings on the face of the entire
"YOU ARE A WONDERFUL, WORTHWHILE HUMAN BEING WHO DESERVES RESPECT AND KINDNESS AND DON’T LET ANYONE TELL YOU OTHERW—wait you disagree with me over something inconsequential? Kill yourself, you disgusting sack of shit."
And that sums up my experience with Tumblr.
DM: I ship them, literally. See? The two of you are on a boat. And now that this ship has a hole in it…
Player: Wait… No…
DM: I have also officially Sunk that ship. Literally, (and metaphorically depending on whether any of you survive.)
We have a toxic relationship with failure. From an early age, we are taught in school that mistakes are bad. Mistakes on papers and tests are marked with a red pen and points are taken off. As a result, school teaches us to avoid mistakes rather than to make mistakes and then learn from them.
Failures are actually brilliant opportunities to learn. It is often easier to diagnose what went wrong after a failure than to figure out the key elements that lead to a success. By avoiding failure, then, we are removing an important tool from our mental toolbox.