Heartin' Carton

hi-nu-roly:

chongotheartist:

theyatemytailorr:

never in my life did I think that toilet doors would make me so angry

i love you chongo

God sees all

captainarlert:

Which means he’s ahead of me in every anime goddamnit

sophieandace:

This was the episode that like, OFFICIALLY established the BBRae ship in the series and I always feel all of the feelings when I watch it

(Source: larvitarr)

dekuswan:

wunderbird:

summonerseina:

♥ -it!  -  Support the artist

// Support ALL the artists //

PLEASE!  YOU HAVE NO IDEA HOW IMPORTANT THIS IS TO ME AND A MULTITUDE OF MY FRIENDS.  I GET DISCOURAGED ALL-THE-TIME ABOUT MY ART BECAUSE I GET LITTLE TO NO RECOGNITION.  SO I BEG YOU, IF YOU LIKE SOMETHING, PLEASE MAKE IT KNOWN.  LEAVE A COMMENT, REBLOG IT TO SEVERAL PLACES, SHOW YOUR FRIENDS!  IF YOU HELP BUILD AN ARTISTS CONFIDENCE, THEIR CREATIVITY WILL KNOW NO BOUNDS.

No seriously this is an actual problem I have. Like when no one seems to notice my art after I’ve worked for days on it, it honestly really hurts. So seriously if you like someones art make it known. It helps us so so much

(Source: ask-human-poro)

Tumblr accessibility culture fix: link text

michaelblume:

jadelennox:

Dear Tumblr users:

There’s a cultural thing on Tumblr that if people changed just a little, would be a big accessibility win. You know the technique of linking to the source of content with just a linked “X”, eg: [x], or numbers, eg 1, 2, and 3? Please don’t do this.

That tiny “X” makes a tiny, tiny target. It’s hard to see if you have vision impairments or other visual processing issues. It’s hard to navigate to with a mouse for users with mobility issues, and a nearly impossible target for many people with small touch screens. For screen reader users, it simply announces as “link: X” and can be very difficult to understand out of context. For people with cognitive processing issues, it’s a link that tells the user nothing about its destination.

And most of these limitations can also be problems for able-bodied people!

Instead, using meaningful link text. Some examples might be

For a video, the title of the video is a pretty good choice, eg “How Blind People Use Twitter & You Tube on the iPhone 4S”. Or “Source”, or “source at YouTube”, or “video source”.

It’s a little thing which can be hugely beneficial to people with disabilities. Thanks, and I hope you consider changing how you link.

(Please reblog, too!)

As is often the case, this will probably also make things nicer for your abled readers

skelezor:

lesmiserablesislife:

WHAT HAPPENED IN 2006

the first wave must have been unsuccessful

skelezor:

lesmiserablesislife:

WHAT HAPPENED IN 2006

the first wave must have been unsuccessful

aluox:

me

aypotayla:

#I MISS HIM

pemsylvania:

proton, neutron, electron and crouton 

ridgecake:

egberts:

poetry is cool.
i can write a haiku too.
photosynthesis.

Cafeteria
I can eat my favorite food
Hippopatamus

mushroom-just-one:

This is it, guys. We have achieved the apex of human civilization. Our species will never achieve greatness of this magnitude ever again.

mushroom-just-one:

This is it, guys. We have achieved the apex of human civilization. Our species will never achieve greatness of this magnitude ever again.

(Source: coalgirls)

goremet:

danyanimated:

So I was writing a small paper in Microsoft Word and the program suddenly crashed (I saved a couple minutes before, thank god) and I get this message in the corner of my screen two seconds afterward

image

what the fuck

(x)

(Source: tenrose-s)

merasmus:

thanks scoob

merasmus:

thanks scoob

(Source: kuvaton)

(Source: bluehawk54)