mademoisellemigraine:

meladoodle:

WHAT

Excuse me, sir. You are beautiful and your painting is lovely. Also, you have misplaced one of your brushes in my eye. I’m not crying.

mademoisellemigraine:

meladoodle:

WHAT

Excuse me, sir. You are beautiful and your painting is lovely. Also, you have misplaced one of your brushes in my eye. I’m not crying.

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candidlycara:

ablueraft:

candidlycara:

FINALLY SOMEONE CARES ABOUT BEES LIKE I DO.

Bc comparing a bee crisis to the holocaust is totally justified and not at all insensitive or unacceptable

You realize that “holocaust” means mass slaughter, right? And does not only pertain to WWII or people?

Given the potential scope of this devastation, the term seems appropriate.

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Well, I’m not sure why, but when I posted all those comments I got from you lovely people regarding my new mattress, it didn’t include my response. To rectify the situation:
Thank you for your comments! I’ve mostly come to agree with you all, so for better or worse, the new mattress is staying.

widdershinswally replied to your post“On Safety in the Bedroom”
when it comes to sleep, squishy trumps science
doctorformarsetc liked your post“On Safety in the Bedroom”
piscesapplelady replied to your post“On Safety in the Bedroom”
use it. if it kills you, at least you’ll be comfortable.
drdandy replied to your post“On Safety in the Bedroom”
I’ve been sleeping on a memory foam pillow and used to sleep on a memory foam topper for years and years. So long as you find ways to clean them, I’ve had no problems, and I’m like… one of the unhealthiest people I know.

hipsterenglishteacher:

such image
very williams
much poem

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On Safety in the Bedroom

Sorry, that’s a misleading title.
I’m having a dilemma. My mother kindly bought me a memory foam mattress topper as a birthday gift. And I would be very excited, except I’d heard that maybe memory foam isn’t the healthiest thing in the world. All the research I’ve done since has fallen into two camps:
1) memory foam will kill you slowly, don’t sleep on it.
Or
2) the chemicals you would be exposed to are in doses small enough that you probably won’t get sick, and it’s better than mildew anyways.

There’s just nothing conclusive- so should I hide it away, or use it anyways?

Cute!!

Cute!!

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If we can’t write diversity into sci-fi, then what’s the point? You don’t create new worlds to give them all the same limits of the old ones.
Jane Espenson (from interview with Advocate.com)

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