Nasty Little Rat (Just a Foolish Boy)

A slightly odd being with a taste for writing, music, and dark things. Unfortunately, it has also been dragged into fandom.

I'm Sebastian, in a relationship, and I sign with S B-L or Sebastian Loch.

spreadyourwiings:

socially-inactive:

pyroluminescence:

I’M

I LOVE YOU KAREN

Dying

7 hours ago on September 22nd | J | 114,145 notes

ARTEMIS

7 hours ago on September 22nd | J | 1,087 notes
wantstobelieve:

drxgonfly:

Big Bang!!! (by nimitnigam)

wantstobelieve:

drxgonfly:

Big Bang!!! (by nimitnigam)

8 hours ago on September 22nd | J | 21,875 notes
ladydarkwolf:

bunnyfood:

Charging the cat

The eyes are green. It’s charged. Please unplug your cat.

ladydarkwolf:

bunnyfood:

Charging the cat

The eyes are green. It’s charged. Please unplug your cat.

8 hours ago on September 22nd | J | 383,538 notes

'Jamie started #GetOnTheDaneTrain and it’s made my Twitter really fun. Everyone’s making all these “Dane Train” images now. […] My Twitter wasn’t working for half of the day. Look at all these submissions! Here’s a Dane Train with great danes! [Reading] “Choo-choo! All aboard the Dane Train!” [Laughs] A bunch of Dane Trains and great danes! They’re so fun!’

9 hours ago on September 22nd | J | 1,355 notes

philcoulson:

x

      

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bosxe:

perfectvic:

LITERALLY MY FAVORITE

This is so much better than any russian roulette or “poison cookie” analogy.

bosxe:

perfectvic:

LITERALLY MY FAVORITE

This is so much better than any russian roulette or “poison cookie” analogy.
10 hours ago on September 22nd | J | 484,822 notes

shrinemaidens:

MYTHIC POETRY series:

They caw their lamentations in the eerie trees.

Inferno, XIII — Dante

10 hours ago on September 22nd | J | 800 notes

I love my skin!

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tree-huggin-in-tie-dye:

scumfolk:

carlboygenius:

Hemp is a Sensible, Sustainable, Highly-Industrializable Plant

We should utilize it. Hemp could solve many problems.

END PROHIBITION. It is NOT just about smoking.

Ay-fuckin-men

This is wonderful.

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cptsmallass:

When I went under, the world was at war. When I woke, they said we won.

12 hours ago on September 22nd | J | 4,160 notes
Before [WWII], many men had been content to call themselves ‘queer’ because they regarded themselves as self-evidently different from the men they usually called ‘normal.’ Some of them were unhappy with this state of affairs, but others saw themselves as ‘special’—more sophisticated, more knowing—and took pleasure in being different from the mass. The term gay began to catch on in the 1930s, and its primacy was consolidated during the war. By the late 1940s, younger gay men were chastising older men who still used queer, which the younger men now regarded as demeaning. As Will Finch, who came out into the gay world of Times Square in the 1930s, noted in his diary in 1951, ‘The word ‘queer’ is becoming [or coming to be regarded as] more and more derogatory and [is] less and less used by hustlers and trade and the homosexual, especially the younger ones, and the term ‘gay’ [is] taking its place. I loathe the word, and stick to ‘queer,’ but am constantly being reproved, especially in so denominating myself.’

George Chauncey, Gay New York: Gender, Urban Culture, and the Making of the Gay Male World, 1890-1940 (New York: Basic Books, 1994), p. 19.

well that certainly shakes up my assumption that ‘queer’ began as a slur and was then appropriated as positive. i don’t back every argument or linguistic decision in this book, fyi. but the evidence chauncey uncovered about the history of the word ‘queer’ is interesting.

(via fauxmosexualtranstrender)

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pinesollux:

humans are kinda cute we pass stories down generations to instill a sense of wonder in people we’ll never know and we have little bells on our houses to tell each other that we’ve arrived and we shiver when we get cold and we have an endless amount of curiosity and if the night sky is clear our first instinct is to look up at the stars and think about going on big adventures

13 hours ago on September 22nd | J | 79,482 notes