She Lies Shattered

The random and immediate musings of GlassCannon

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kargrub:

tallestsilver:

hotllamasex:

holyhandgrenaded:



i want to play this game

I would gain so much weight playing this game and I wouldn’t even care

IVE FUCKING PLAYED THIS GAME AND LET ME TELL YOU WHAT
SO ME AND THREE OTHER FRIENDS PLAYED IT THINKING THAT OH HEY ITS JUST GONNA BE A WHOLE PEPPER INSIDE AND WE WOULDNT ACTUALLY HAVE TO EAT IT
BUT NOOOOOOOOHOHOHO HELL THEY TOOK PEPPERS THE SAME HOTNESS OF SATANS ASSCRACK AND INTEGRATED THEM INTO THE CHOCOLATE ITSELF LIKE SOME EVIL CONCOCTION OF FLAVORS AND MADE IT INTO THE DREADED BULLET YOU DONT WANT TO GET
THE PERSON WHO GOT IT WAS IN TEARS OVER THE HEAT WITHIN SECONDS AND HAD ONLY EATEN THE VERY TINY TIP OF IT
SO WHAT DO THE REST OF US DO, AS THE (QUESTIONABLY) SANE HUMANS WE ARE?
WE TRIED IT AS WELL
SO HERE WE HAVE A CAR FULL OF CRYING, PANTING TEENAGERS AND ONE DAD IN A CONFUSED PANIC, SO HE BROUGHT US ALL TO BEN AND JERRY’S AND WE ALL STUMBLE IN LIKE “GIVE US ICE CREAM NOW” AND THE PEOPLE AT THE COUNTER WERE SCARED AND CONFUSED TRYING TO ASK WHAT FUCKING FLAVOR WE WANTED AND THE DAD WAS SITTING THERE TRYING TO GET AN ANSWER AND SOME RANDOM KID WAS CRYING BECAUSE OF US AND IT WAS GENERALLY JUST A VERY SHITTY SITUATION
SO WE GOT OUR ICE CREAM AND FINALLY CALMED DOWN AFTER A WHILE ENOUGH TO TALK LIKE NORMAL HUMAN BEINGS
AND THEN WE MADE THE DAD TRY IT WHICH WAS A VERY FUCKING BAD IDEA AS HE WAS BROUGHT TO THE SAME STATE AND HAD TO GET ICE CREAM AS WELL
SO ALL IN ALL DONT PLAY THIS GAME UNLESS YOU EAT HOT THINGS LIKE MOTHERFUCKING CANDY OR YOU’LL REGRET IT
the rest of the bullets tasted quite swell and we enjoyed them later once our taste buds started working again bUT DONT PLAY THIS GAME OR AT LEAST DONT FUCKING TRY IT ONCE SOMEONE ELSE GETS THE DEATH BULLET

kargrub:

tallestsilver:

hotllamasex:

holyhandgrenaded:

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i want to play this game

I would gain so much weight playing this game and I wouldn’t even care

IVE FUCKING PLAYED THIS GAME AND LET ME TELL YOU WHAT

SO ME AND THREE OTHER FRIENDS PLAYED IT THINKING THAT OH HEY ITS JUST GONNA BE A WHOLE PEPPER INSIDE AND WE WOULDNT ACTUALLY HAVE TO EAT IT

BUT NOOOOOOOOHOHOHO HELL THEY TOOK PEPPERS THE SAME HOTNESS OF SATANS ASSCRACK AND INTEGRATED THEM INTO THE CHOCOLATE ITSELF LIKE SOME EVIL CONCOCTION OF FLAVORS AND MADE IT INTO THE DREADED BULLET YOU DONT WANT TO GET

THE PERSON WHO GOT IT WAS IN TEARS OVER THE HEAT WITHIN SECONDS AND HAD ONLY EATEN THE VERY TINY TIP OF IT

SO WHAT DO THE REST OF US DO, AS THE (QUESTIONABLY) SANE HUMANS WE ARE?

WE TRIED IT AS WELL

SO HERE WE HAVE A CAR FULL OF CRYING, PANTING TEENAGERS AND ONE DAD IN A CONFUSED PANIC, SO HE BROUGHT US ALL TO BEN AND JERRY’S AND WE ALL STUMBLE IN LIKE “GIVE US ICE CREAM NOW” AND THE PEOPLE AT THE COUNTER WERE SCARED AND CONFUSED TRYING TO ASK WHAT FUCKING FLAVOR WE WANTED AND THE DAD WAS SITTING THERE TRYING TO GET AN ANSWER AND SOME RANDOM KID WAS CRYING BECAUSE OF US AND IT WAS GENERALLY JUST A VERY SHITTY SITUATION

SO WE GOT OUR ICE CREAM AND FINALLY CALMED DOWN AFTER A WHILE ENOUGH TO TALK LIKE NORMAL HUMAN BEINGS

AND THEN WE MADE THE DAD TRY IT WHICH WAS A VERY FUCKING BAD IDEA AS HE WAS BROUGHT TO THE SAME STATE AND HAD TO GET ICE CREAM AS WELL

SO ALL IN ALL DONT PLAY THIS GAME UNLESS YOU EAT HOT THINGS LIKE MOTHERFUCKING CANDY OR YOU’LL REGRET IT

the rest of the bullets tasted quite swell and we enjoyed them later once our taste buds started working again bUT DONT PLAY THIS GAME OR AT LEAST DONT FUCKING TRY IT ONCE SOMEONE ELSE GETS THE DEATH BULLET

(Source: meme4u, via 50-shades-of-fuck-you)

Filed under q lmao actally crying so perfect lol

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dubiousculturalartifact:

Because some days I have exactly ZERO patience for Martha Jones hate.

dubiousculturalartifact:

Because some days I have exactly ZERO patience for Martha Jones hate.

(via 50-shades-of-fuck-you)

Filed under q yes this and did it all while having better fashion sense than Rose Tyler and more patience than Amy Pond and Donna Noble combined of all the modern companions MARTHA is the one who has done more on her own than any other who is more capable of standing on her own two feet WITHOUT the Doctor and I love her for it Martha Jones is better than everyone Doctor Who

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With only four weeks left until my must-be-done-by date (August 25th), and several of my fabric samples not even arrived yet, I think I’m going to have to postpone my Sunday costuming plans for Dragon Con, maybe put it off for next year.  It’s a classic type costume anyway, not something that’s currently huge but will drop off in the next year, so not a big deal to save it.

I’d still like at least one more costume, even if it’s something silly or easy, if I can come up with something pretty quick here.  If not, that’s four weeks to work on props and maybe add a few things to the costumes I know I am bringing (Winchester Sisters, Trillian, The Moment).  But man, I really do want a fourth one. Hrm hrm.

Filed under Dragon Con DragonCon costuming cosplay sewing my costumes the slowass pace my body requires means it'll take at least twice as long as it'd take a normal person so I have to schedule myself pretty carefully and this is also why I don't do commissions: I cannot meet a deadline to save my life the joys of being a disabled cosplayer hehe

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yourescumbetweenmytoes:

all—maroon:

This is real shit right here
Dove has always been good at promoting body-image positivity, but they’ve got a new ad. Every time I go to the cinema I get to watch this magnificence in the pre-movie trailers and every time the entire audience gasps. Just watch it ok?

(Source: good-reids, via 50-shades-of-fuck-you)

Filed under q beautiful body positive all bodies are good bodies even bodies being tricked by the placebo affect but tricked in the best way possible

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msjayjustice:

oneleggeddragonslayer:

msjayjustice:

I am permanently disabled and have been for many years.
I am also a costumer and cosplayer.
Sometimes I use my mobility aids in my costumes. Sometimes I don’t. People forget that when you see a photo of a cosplayer it is just a split second in time. You can’t judge that person by that photo. You have no idea what they’re dealing with on a regular basis. You don’t know their life.
There is such a thing as an invisible disability. There is no way to tell how sick or in how much pain someone may be in by looking. You should never tell someone who tells you that they are disabled ‘But you look fine to me! You NEVER seem sick!’ We are very good at hiding our pain to avoid stressing other people out. We also want to live our lives without constantly having to reassure others that we are okay. We HAVE to fight the pain just to accomplish our goals. Sometimes we may need help, but let us ask you first.
Disabled people do not exist to provide inspiration for able bodied people. It’s nice for your work to be appreciated for what it is, but it is demeaning to be told by an able bodied person that my every day life of dealing with pain that they will never experience, inspires them to do something creatively. Let my work inspire you. My body and illness is not your inspiration.
Other people’s medical history is NOT your business. You don’t have the right to demand someone’s diagnosis just because you are curious. If it is important to that person for you to know, they will tell you.
I’m posting this because people were asking about my health and disability status. And that is okay! What’s not okay is insisting that I never seem sick, when you don’t know me outside of a few moments at a convention, or off the photos you see on the internet. Cosplay photos are not real life. This should be obvious, but just in case some folks did not realize it, here it is. MESSAGE!

Coming from a fellow disabled person, I’m inspired by the respect you have for others, and for yourself. You use your obvious intelligence in a productive, kind, and unfortunately rare way. Thank you for that.
Also, I’m interested in hearing a bit more about incorporating mobility aids into cosplays. As it stands, I’ve been subconsciously limiting myself to characters with canes/wheelchairs, or right-leg amputees.
I enjoy seeing your work on my dash, because you’re a very talented person. Your work is incredible.

Thank you very much! I tried sending you an ask but it seems your inbox is closed. You asked me about incorporating mobility aids into costumes. I give a character some sort of staff or long weapon even if they don’t usually have one, just so that I have something to lean on. Or I work a fancy cane into the costume, or just use my regular cane even if the character didn’t have one in the show/book/movie. I don’t think it’s worth the stress of being without a mobility aid if you need one, and I don’t think it takes away from the costume if the person wearing it has a visible disability. I completely understand the decision to only cosplay as disabled characters if that makes you more comfortable.
I’m looking forward to using my wheelchair in a costume next month. Being at conventions is stressful enough as it is, we should all be able to enjoy our hobby without adding to the anxiety by prioritizing how other people may see us, over our own comfort..

msjayjustice:

oneleggeddragonslayer:

msjayjustice:

I am permanently disabled and have been for many years.

I am also a costumer and cosplayer.

Sometimes I use my mobility aids in my costumes. Sometimes I don’t. People forget that when you see a photo of a cosplayer it is just a split second in time. You can’t judge that person by that photo. You have no idea what they’re dealing with on a regular basis. You don’t know their life.

There is such a thing as an invisible disability. There is no way to tell how sick or in how much pain someone may be in by looking. You should never tell someone who tells you that they are disabled ‘But you look fine to me! You NEVER seem sick!’ We are very good at hiding our pain to avoid stressing other people out. We also want to live our lives without constantly having to reassure others that we are okay. We HAVE to fight the pain just to accomplish our goals. Sometimes we may need help, but let us ask you first.

Disabled people do not exist to provide inspiration for able bodied people. It’s nice for your work to be appreciated for what it is, but it is demeaning to be told by an able bodied person that my every day life of dealing with pain that they will never experience, inspires them to do something creatively. Let my work inspire you. My body and illness is not your inspiration.

Other people’s medical history is NOT your business. You don’t have the right to demand someone’s diagnosis just because you are curious. If it is important to that person for you to know, they will tell you.

I’m posting this because people were asking about my health and disability status. And that is okay! What’s not okay is insisting that I never seem sick, when you don’t know me outside of a few moments at a convention, or off the photos you see on the internet. Cosplay photos are not real life. This should be obvious, but just in case some folks did not realize it, here it is. MESSAGE!

Coming from a fellow disabled person, I’m inspired by the respect you have for others, and for yourself. You use your obvious intelligence in a productive, kind, and unfortunately rare way. Thank you for that.

Also, I’m interested in hearing a bit more about incorporating mobility aids into cosplays. As it stands, I’ve been subconsciously limiting myself to characters with canes/wheelchairs, or right-leg amputees.

I enjoy seeing your work on my dash, because you’re a very talented person. Your work is incredible.

Thank you very much! I tried sending you an ask but it seems your inbox is closed. You asked me about incorporating mobility aids into costumes.
I give a character some sort of staff or long weapon even if they don’t usually have one, just so that I have something to lean on. Or I work a fancy cane into the costume, or just use my regular cane even if the character didn’t have one in the show/book/movie. I don’t think it’s worth the stress of being without a mobility aid if you need one, and I don’t think it takes away from the costume if the person wearing it has a visible disability. I completely understand the decision to only cosplay as disabled characters if that makes you more comfortable.

I’m looking forward to using my wheelchair in a costume next month. Being at conventions is stressful enough as it is, we should all be able to enjoy our hobby without adding to the anxiety by prioritizing how other people may see us, over our own comfort..

Filed under q I love every thing about this as a disabled cosplayer as well my ability to even use mobility aids changes day to day some days I don't need anything at all (and I do a lot of very paced and spread out walking to prepare for DragonCon every year -- 15 minutes per day for 10+ weeks) some days my legs would really like it if I used my cane but using the cane is dislocating the bones in my hand some days my knees and back would really like it if I could use a wheelchair but then my hips are like HAHAHAHAHAHAHA NO my entire body is one giant Catch 22 so on the rare occasions that I'm in cosplay at a convention (and I only go to one or two cons per year max) and need to use my cane and my hands are feeling up to using my cane then I just bust out the good old black folding cane for whatever costume I'm in I love seeing people incorporate mobility aids into cosplay like that guy in a wheelchair at DragonCon a couple years back who'd 'taken an arrow to the knee' lmao but that said I also think we put too much emphasis on trying to HIDE our mobility aids while at the same time SHOUTING FROM THE ROOFTOPS that your height or weight or gender or skin color DOES NOT dictate who you can cosplay as so if we're willing to accept the REAL variations humans come in for everyone else we should be willing to accept this very REAL variation as well IMO using an undisguised mobility aid in a cosplay is no different than not using contacts to match the character's eye color it's one small area where the real you is shining through the costume AND THAT IS OKAY it's okay when it's your height or weight or skin color or eye color or gender or anything else AND IT'S OKAY WHEN IT'S YOUR MOBILITY AID TOO! costuming cosplay conventions

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booksandwildthings:

swagbat:

how game of thrones should end

#khal drogo just #descends from the heavens #on a flaming stallion #punches everyone in the face #and sits his fine dothraki ass down on the iron throne #until daenerys shows up #then he stands #dusts the seat off a bit #and steps aside for his khalessi

booksandwildthings:

swagbat:

how game of thrones should end

#khal drogo just #descends from the heavens #on a flaming stallion #punches everyone in the face #and sits his fine dothraki ass down on the iron throne #until daenerys shows up #then he stands #dusts the seat off a bit #and steps aside for his khalessi

(via time-travelling-victorian021)

Filed under q lol yes perfect and then she tells him to sit his ass back down so she can sit on his lap because there is NO WAY this dress is getting near all those sharp swords no sir but Khal Drogo makes an excellent chair lmao GoT ASOIAF Khal Drogo

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c4tbus:

shortcuttothestars:

Wearing this outfit again today, I really don’t have enough clothes for this heat ;___; I need thin tops, not knits! The troubles of a Dane…Everything is thrifted (shoes originally from Bodyline)

I’m glad I’m not alone when it comes to this problem!! I seriously have nothing else to put together that’s new everything I have or have gotten recently is for colder weather. :/

I’m just starting to put together my mori kei wardrobe, and so far I’ve sewn one sundress out of linen and basically haven’t taken it off since I finished sewing it, hehe.  Crinkle cotton gauze up next I think, anything that breathes!

c4tbus:

shortcuttothestars:

Wearing this outfit again today, I really don’t have enough clothes for this heat ;___; I need thin tops, not knits! The troubles of a Dane…

Everything is thrifted (shoes originally from Bodyline)

I’m glad I’m not alone when it comes to this problem!! I seriously have nothing else to put together that’s new everything I have or have gotten recently is for colder weather. :/

I’m just starting to put together my mori kei wardrobe, and so far I’ve sewn one sundress out of linen and basically haven’t taken it off since I finished sewing it, hehe.  Crinkle cotton gauze up next I think, anything that breathes!

Filed under I'm such a fan of both of your outfits I think I can make the layering work even with southern California heat (and a currently busted AC unit) but only with lots of loose weaves in linen and cotton and rayon I think I'm having so much fun planning this wardrobe though omg gunna start posting about my plans and my progress after DragonCon I think fashion sewing mori kei