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snigepippi:

What is it with American use of Norse Mythology and their recurring need to make Loki Odin’s son?

Is it so hard to accept that Odin adopted Loki as a brother? Or do they just have some very, very bad translations?

kakaphoe said: I think they are attached to the idea of Loki having daddy issues to “explain” his antics.

And they can’t do that with them being brothers? They could do the whole Cain and Able myth if they wanted….not that it would be at good explanations for Loki’s antics. But it would be closer to the original stories…

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What is it with American use of Norse Mythology and their recurring need to make Loki Odin’s son?

Is it so hard to accept that Odin adopted Loki as a brother? Or do they just have some very, very bad translations?

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scienceisbeauty:

The Evolution Of The Batman Logo till 2012. Check out all about the Batman’s 75 Anniversary on the corresponding DC Comics page.

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lunarobverse:

A brilliant metaphor

In Denmark the cars make way for the cyclists. And any accident is always blamed on the car-driver.

The metaphor still works ;)

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jumpingjacktrash:

Jesse X Seebs OTP by *AtomicFireball

i don’t have any recent photos of us, but luka drew us not too long ago, and we still look basically just like that except i have a mohawk.

oh wow, one of the very last pics I ever inked by hand. And yet, I still like how it came out <3

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cumber-bitches:

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cumber-bitches:

cumber-bitches:

I have fruit polos and lollypops be jealous.

omg do many people not know what fruit polos are? they are heaven

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In America, we call them lifesavers. They can be chewy or hard candy. 

polos aren’t chewy and they also come in mint.

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this week on: britan thinks its special

I haven’t seen Fruit Polos in years.

I really miss the cirtus ones.

Where I come from it’s of course with liqurice:

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a sketch of Heyoka and Kano just hanging out and being dorks would be lovely

YES AN EXCUSE TO FINALLY DRAW HEYOKA PUTTING KANO IN DRAG

HELLO TRAP VALHALLA

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the-last-teabender:

Robin Thicke is unapologetic about how rapey ‘Blurred Lines’ is, meanwhile the dude who parodied it issues a public apology for one word.

And that is just one reason why I love Weird Al.

Good, now let’s never hear you say it again, Mr. Al. Cos I love you.

Interestingly…. Spastic is still a medical term in Scandinavia. It means uncontrolled muscle movements.

So if you meet any from that area, please tell them before you blame them…they might just have made a bad translation…

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knittedace:

So a couple of weeks ago, two of my very geeky and dearly beloved friends got married.

This is what I made them for a wedding present.

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idislikecispeople:

My name is Adele or Kat, the latter is more of a nickname. I’m a 21 year old trans girl who is also a type 1 diabetic with no insurance. I’m in the making of a post about needing help affording my insulin and other medication, but I’m waiting to post it until I have my PayPal connected to my new bank account. Basically, insulin is really expensive when you don’t have insurance, a single vial is over $400 and I obviously won’t be able to afford it when my current amount runs out, I’m currently selling stuff on the side to help alleviate this stress, but in the mean time if you could buy an Amazon gift card and enter my email address togekisses@gmail.com into it, then that would definitely allow me to save up money as well, even if it’s only $1, that’s one less dollar I have to spend out of pocket for water, non-perishable food, toothepaste, bathing needs, etc. and I would very much appreciate it and I will try my hardest to email you a personal thank you for helping me out.

If you can’t donate, then please reblog for a signal boost!

I still can’t fathom how hard it must be to live in the US if you have a chronic disease.

It’s getting closer because I have a cousin who got cancer when he was 15, and due to the chemo-treatments he now need hormone injections to function normally. But his mother says that her insurance wont cover when he turns 25 and it’s hard to get an insurance when you have a chronic disease!

It’s so freaky for me. I’m used to everybody just have an insurance, and of course the state will pay most of you treatments. (you usually have to pay about $350 of your own money pr year)

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