no running in the hells

Hello yes this is Amelia but people call me Tiny.

I'm an artist or something?? I don't even know anymore.

I'm in my 20's and my life goals mostly revolve around eating a lot.



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pokejunglenet:

More scans, CONTEST DETAILS!!

» FULL COVERAGE HERE «

ARE THOSE POKEMON AMIEE SCREENSHOTS

HELL YES





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pizzashere:

Gintama manga chapter titles are the greatest thing ever.

Life lessons for us all.


new drinking game: drink every time you find a mlp picture in an unrelated google image search





bamboothief:

just incase you can’t get on to see it first hand here’s the minecraft April Fools prank




just finished playing through re:kinder

kinda feeling like i’ve been elaborately tricked out of 2 hours of my time




  • People who can't draw: Drawing is fucking hard
  • People who don't try at all: Drawing is fucking hard
  • Teachers: Drawing is fucking hard
  • Beginning artists: Drawing is fucking hard
  • Pro artists: Drawing is fucking hard
  • Famous artists: Drawing is fucking hard
  • Extremely famous artists: Drawing is fucking hard
  • Long gone, passed away artists who went down in history: Drawing is fucking hard
  • man, drawing is fucking hard : (



been making some monster sprites & stuff for this rpg i’m theoretically working on. lets see how far i get before either forgetting or totally losing interest.




archiemcphee:

We often hear about the incredible variety of vending machines in japan that dispense everything from hot meals and new phones to clean undies, but this is the first time we’ve read about a giant vending machine specifically designed to replace an entire grocery store.

The village of Clifton, Derbyshire, England lost its local shop 14 years ago, which meant that when residents needed something as simple as a pint of milk, they had to drive over two miles simply to reach the nearest supermarket. Local electrical engineer Peter Fox invented this marvelous machine to replace his village’s long-absent convenient store.

The faux brick exterior and awning give the modern automatic shop a traditional feel. “The machine, which contains chiller compartments, stocks essentials such as bread, milk, eggs, toiletries, pet food – and umbrellas. Residents select their items, pay by cash or credit card and take the goods from the dispenser.”

Mr Fox thoughtfully designed the machine so that it can dispense a wide variety of products regardless of their respective weight or delicacy.

"It works by lifting a small basket up to each shelf before a mechanism pushes out the desired product.That way it only has a small distance to travel, preventing milk bottles from bursting or eggs from smashing."

The machine is also linked to a website which allows villagers to check stock availability before they even leave the house. 

Visit Dailymail.co.uk to learn more about this Peter Fox’s awesome automatic shop.

[via Foodbeast and Dailymail.co.uk]



The antlers were bugging me so I just left them off. ┐(‘~`;)┌ w/e