Tomy Shotgun

I don't like not liking people...

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edwardspoonhands:

catholicteenslut:

she wants him to ram the soul out her body

I actually looked into this once, because it seemed so odd to me. He’s actually talking about how his mom supported him through all his years of training and that she died before she got to see him win or something like that. So that’s her sad, sympathetic face…not her “ram my soul out of my body” face. 

I often bite my lip at those who inspire me

edwardspoonhands:

catholicteenslut:

she wants him to ram the soul out her body

I actually looked into this once, because it seemed so odd to me. He’s actually talking about how his mom supported him through all his years of training and that she died before she got to see him win or something like that. So that’s her sad, sympathetic face…not her “ram my soul out of my body” face. 

I often bite my lip at those who inspire me

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aicosu:

therealbishounen:

Connor Wolf Head Tutorial. 

Materials 

  • Wire (I used 6mm Galvanized Steel wire that I purchased from Home Depot, but you can use any wire that is sturdy enough to keep it’s shape)
  • Masking tape
  • Fake fur
  • scissors
  • hot glue

Optional: 

  • acrylic paint
  • electric razor

Step 1: I began with a wire base that ended up resembling the shape of a baseball cap, except the lip of the had was shaped like an animal snout. I assembled everything either by wrapping any excess wires together or by wrapping a few, thin strips of masking tape around the joint. (seen in first image)

Step 2: I covered the entire wire cap in masking tape, cutting out holes for the eyes. (seen in image 2)

Step 3: I began covering the cap in the fake fur. When cutting the fake fur, it’s important to not cut the actual FUR. Instead, cut the cloth. I used a comb to part the fur so I could make a clean cut. 
I also had to cut a lot of tiny strips of fur so it would sit right on the base cap. (seen in Image 2 and 3)

Step 4: Once the entire cap is covered and everything is glued, you can cut out the long pieces that hang down. I made the two pieces in the front separate from the back, and then connected them above my shoulders with glue later.

Step 5: I make a little wolf nose (even though Connor’s wolf hat technically doesn’t have one….) out of sculpty. I baked it, painted it, then glued it on. (unpainted version seen in image 3 and 4)

Step 6: I trimmed a lot of the fur down with an electric razor. (if you want in really short like I did on the front hanging pieces, try to cut a lot off with scissors before you go in with the razor, because you can damage the razor)

Step 7: Paint! I actually ended up dying everything with sharpie dye first, but it was too pale so I had to go back in with acrylic paint. 

AAAAAAnnnndd that about covers it. If you have any questions feel free to let me know! And have fun making your wolfy hats!

WHHAHAAATTT??? 

No, I refuse to believe that it’s that easy!

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effyeahnerdfighters:

friedap:

Weeping Fans Flood Theaters at The Fault in Stars Premiere

June 7, 2014, 7:35 a.m.

Movie theaters nationwide are facing major clean-up costs following last night’s premiere of the film, The Fault in Our Stars, based on the New York Times bestselling novel by John Green.   Moviegoers wept so much during the film that many theaters experienced water damage, and numerous multiplexes across the country were entirely flooded by tears.  In Orlando, Florida, groups of teenagers, who had flocked to the first showing at a local mall, had to be rescued in row boats, which were borrowed from a nearby sporting goods store.  “I am soooo devastated, but it was entirely worth it,” said Allison Tyler as she was helped into a boat, her chest heaving and her cheeks still wet with tears.  “I reached down to pick up my popcorn off the floor, and it had floated away,” recounted Tony Wilson outside a cinema in San Diego.  In Hollywood, director Josh Boone has hailed the flooding as an unfortunate yet necessary side effect of the artistic success of his movie, which stars Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort as teenaged lovers who meet at their cancer support group.  Theater owners are not as pleased with the movie’s reception.  “I don’t know who this John Green guy is,” said Norman, Oklahoma, theater manager Bob Watkins, “but he had better hope that my insurance will cover this mess.” Many theaters will be closed for the remainder of the weekend while work crews mop up the surrounding areas, leading to a significant loss of income.  Author and popular internet celebrity John Green could not be reached for comment.

Photo captions. Above: Shailene Woodley and Ansel Englort in The Fault in Our Stars.  Below: Parking lot flooded by tears at the Twin Creek movie theater in Bellevue, Nebraska.

Beautiful.

(via edwardspoonhands)