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-likes and reblogs count
-reblog however many times you want idc
-you can use giveaway blogs if you want but just remember someone might need this more than you uwu
-you do not have to be following me but i would appreciate it and you would get some sweet bonuses (see below) if you do!
-you can live ANYWHERE, man! just preferable not the moon i cant fucking afford that
-GIVEAWAY ENDS APRIL 30th
-a custom scalemate of any color!
-a squiddle in purple or white
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-any pair of contacts under $30 from youknowit (yo they got some cool-ass contacts)
-1 digital painting
-1 digital sketch
-$25 McDonalds gift card (i got it in a gift swap, i have no use for it)
-some cosplay makeup including:
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- one ben nye setting spray
- one lipstick from NYX
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-one pair of ombre tights from xsilk on etsy
-any shirt/sweatshirt from whatpumpkin
sweet follower bonuses:
if you are following me, i will throw in:
-another custom scalemate!! woah
-some more ben nye i dunno
-a soul gem (note: does not contain actual soul) from kartos on etsy
-any trinket from whatpumpkin
read the book, kids
Of course I read the book. It was required reading in grade 11. (But I would have read it regardless)
When the big girl on your team has the ball
And you’re just following like:
THAT’S ME BITCHES. THE BIG GIRL
Keeping up with the pace of internet meme development might just be a hobby unto itself. Last week we saw the rise of Japanese schoolgirls using photography to unleash Dragon Ball Z Makankosappo and Kamehameha energy attacks on each other. Then came the awesomeness that is Vadering.
Now, just days later, another creative photography meme has taken the Internets by storm. This time it’s Japanese teens taking photos in which they appear to be flying on broomsticks to play Quidditch, the fast and furious fictional sport from J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter universe.
According to Kotaku’s Brian Ashcraft:
“Japanese schoolboys, it seems, are now uploading photos of imaginary Quidditch games. Quidditch, of course, is the broomstick-based team sport from the Harry Potter books. Why “imaginary”? There already are Muggle versions of Quidditch, that’s why.
In Japan, students are responsible for cleaning their classrooms and also the school itself (for baseball players, this would also mean the field and the clubhouse). Thus, students have easy access to brooms, making phony games of Quidditch possible.”
The knowledge that these boys are supposed to be doing school chores when they’re staging these playful photos somehow makes them even more awesome.
Now that we seem to be in the midst of a hot creative streak, does anyone care to guess what the next photo meme might be?