homebeccer:

"oh my god stop criticizing young girls who like 50 Shades of Gray or Twilight you can’t tell them what they can and can’t read"

no we can’t but we have to protect young girls from mistaking abusive behavior for genuine affection at all costs

(via beachgnome)

leaheineberg:

Saddest moment of my life.

(via amateur-adult)

tomfighter:

Tom Hiddleston at the PBS Television Critic Association press tour 09’ [hq]

tomfighter:

Tom Hiddleston at the PBS Television Critic Association press tour 09’ [hq]

(via really-pathetic-human-being)

deluxetoaster:

sonsofsauron:

deluxetoaster:

where did this website’s sudden obsession with skeletons come from

From inside ourselves.

fcugn no first of alll;, you do not come into my house with your bullshit skeleton puns do u wanna fucking fite I could take like 5 shitty skeltons don’t test me

(via clockworkneko)

cowbuttcrunchies:

Anonymous asked:

Hi Hhhhammy and Gothichamlet! I just started sewing, and am attempting Rumminov’s fancystuck Jade design (with some changes, of course) and wondering if you could help me with some minor pattern changes. I’m working with Simplicity Costume Pattern 2827 design C. I bought sizes 6-12, but the bodice seems a little snug on 12. I was hoping you had some tips on adding fabric for larger arm-holes and more fabric around the upper chest. Thank you!!

Slash and Spread is a great technique to use any time you need to selectively increase/decrease the volume in a commercial pattern!  Traditionally it’s used for adding gathers and changing the silhouette, but it can also be used to tailor standard patterns to better fit your body.  As always, be sure to experiment with muslin first before cutting into your nice fabric, in order to determine how deep and wide to spread your new pattern piece.

ETA: Updated a lot of the images to reflect a full bust adjustment!

dad-chan:

coming out of the closet? no. i’m coming out of my cage and i’ve been doing just fine gotta gotta be down because i want it all

(via really-pathetic-human-being)

everything-is-connected:

catrickstump:

dispopular:

gamzeemakarababy:

I HAVE BEEN WATCHING THIS SHOW FOR THE PAST SEVEN YEARS AND JUST NOW REALIZED THEYRE WEARING YOUNG AND OLD VERSIONS OF THE SAME OUTFIT

I was thinking about this like what if Madame Foster wished she was young again so she could do errands that aren’t easy for her in her old age, so she imagined Frankie.

DON’T.

STOP RIGHT THERE. NOT A SINGLE STEP CLOSER.

everything-is-connected:

catrickstump:

dispopular:

gamzeemakarababy:

I HAVE BEEN WATCHING THIS SHOW FOR THE PAST SEVEN YEARS AND JUST NOW REALIZED THEYRE WEARING YOUNG AND OLD VERSIONS OF THE SAME OUTFIT

I was thinking about this like what if Madame Foster wished she was young again so she could do errands that aren’t easy for her in her old age, so she imagined Frankie.

DON’T.

STOP RIGHT THERE. NOT A SINGLE STEP CLOSER.

(via skattered-sunshine)