Before the Taking of a Toast and Tea

Glad to be of use.
Cautious, and meticulous.
At times, indeed, almost ridiculous—
Almost, at times, the Fool.

adventuresofmoosehead:

The Flower Beard Set that I was talking about. Happy I was able to donate the beard to this occasion. Still shocked they stayed in long enough to take photos. A couple more will probably be posted through out the next couple of days.

Photos taken by the very talented amandakrystal

(via thedailybeard)

If you think money doesn’t buy happiness you can transfer your entire bank account into mine thanks
Let me help you attain happiness

athleticsistas:

Precious Adams

Prix de Lausanne 2014

The Sleeping Beauty - Aurora

(Source: adayofballet, via thatgothlibrarian)

This Phone App Helps Transgender Users Change The Pitch And Tone Of Their Voices

glsen:

buzzfeedlgbt reports on this amazing app:

The app’s website states it will take at least 6 to 12 months to effectively alter one’s voice. This video clip features an example “before and after” segment, having a user sample her “original” and “altered” voice:

As one user of the app put it: “Voice can be a real liability. There are definitely large parts of this country, even this state, where it’s dangerous to be trans. It can be a matter of life or death.”

At just $4.99, this app is a far more affordable option for users than visiting a vocal coach or speech pathologist. What a great resource!

(via thatgothlibrarian)

epicsmashtime:

Link and Zelda from the old Legend of Zelda animated series. :)

(via elfyourmother)

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ericscissorhands:

"Creepy girls you’re just my style, blood red lipstick you don’t smile, falling victim to your fantasy - damn, i love that you’re so creepy.”(X)

(via thatgothlibrarian)

124:

rock fan: rap sucks, they don’t talk about anything that matters
the beatles: I am the eggman, they are the eggmen, I am the walrus, goo goo goo joob

(via lilveon)

You don't have to like being disabled

realsocialskills:

This is what I think disability acceptance means:

  • Facing what your abilities are and aren’t
  • Accepting yourself as already having value
  • Living your life now and doing things you care about.
  • Not putting your life on hold waiting for a cure

But, some kinds of acceptance…