Drinkingcocoa

52,795 notes

hartorotica:

I’m just saying -

Theoretically, since there seems to be no life form on Mars right now, and we have sent robots to transmit information to us, that implies that 100% of Mars’ current population consists out of robots.

We have a planet in our universe that’s solely inhabited by robots. Mars is a robot planet.

Meanwhile, Martian tumblr is circulating a post about how Earth is completely void except for the Martian droids they’ve sent us in a spirit of friendship…

(via emmagrant01)

Filed under mars loves us and wants us to be happy that is why they send us cats

14 notes

*scroll, scroll*

Oooh, Fox’s awesome t-shirt got more notes.

Why am I not quilting, dammit?

Why am I not doing watercolors of avocados?

I will beta your fic!  All the fics!  Oh shit, no, I can’t beta anything, sorry sorry, must be groan-up.

Oooh, hot pic of Rupert Graves!

Dang it.  Tumblr.  I fell in.  *sigh*  Off to be a groan-up.

Filed under being a groan up or not as the case may be

67 notes

n1a1u:

Sexy and adorable Duke of Buckingham

My Lord Buckingham licking the fingers of his cousin Narcissa Black.  OMG.  How did I not realize until now that George Villiers was part of the Noble and Most Ancient House of Black?  ;-)  Toujours pur!

One of my favorite Rupert Graves interview quotes ever:  ”It’s exceedingly kinky.”  Said with that naughty sparkle he gets whenever he laughs about sex.

(via gravesdiggers)

Filed under my lord buckingham rupert graves in the power and the passion or whatever that movie was called rupert graves and helen mccrory its exceedingly kinky

472 notes

How do people usually react to seeing you knit in public?

samknitchester:

betweenthegoodandbad:

Usually with an astonished “You taught yourself??” or they’ll ask what I’m making :P Sometimes both

"You’re… knitting, right?" "What are you making?" "Wow, that looks so good! I could never do that. I don’t have the patience/dexterity." "Have you…

When I go to the schoolyard to pick up my children, young kids line up against the fence and watch with big eyes.  It fills me with love.  They are fascinated and you can just see them thinking, “I want to do that.”  It’s even better if I’ve got pretty stitch markers in the knitting.

The best is when it’s teenage girls, the kind that are sort of intimidating with hard-looking faces and perfect hair…and they just melt and start babbling about how they are teaching themselves to knit and what they’re working on and how they’re going to make something for their little brother and what kind of yarn is that.

Filed under fannishknits knitting in public kids who knit