Film meme: [2/10] horror » SAW (2004)
Most people are so ungrateful to be alive, but not you, not any more…
My Halloween tree I made last year. I really like how it turned out. Also gives me Hermaeus Mora vibes.
(Spray painted an old blue christmas tree black and painted eyeballs on styrofoam balls. The lights dont work in the tree so I added purple battery ones and spider webs)
the best thing about being goth is that you can actually convince small kids you’re a vampire. and they love it.
trust me when i say nothing beats a person barely half your height coming up to you and asking you if you’re “a dracula” and being absolutely DELIGHTED when you say yes
This reminds me of how back when I started dying my hair funky colors waaaayyy back like 15 years ago before it was a normal thing, I’d always hear kids whisper to their parents she has blue hair or she has pink hair and be totally in awe of it. Or they’d come up to me and say I like your hair. They were always so sweet about it. Lityle kids are the most non judgemental about the way I dress.
How to Make a Flower Crown!
I made myself a flower crown today and I wanted to share it with you all. Flower Crowns are really awesome, and everyone deserves one.
I used the Weaving method, detailed below in the link provided! Here’s a visual guide as well, if you’re a visual learner like myself.
Folks, friends, y’all…. esk*mo is a slur. I understand a lot of people don’t know that, I don’t want to be a dick about it, but I’ve been seeing it in fics. Wanna write “esk*mo kisses”? Just say “nuzzled noses” or something.
I’m not here to call anybody out, it’s been in multiple fics, I’m not vague posting. This is just a psa. 👍🏻
If you could help me spread awareness about this by reblogging, I’d really appreciate it.
I’ve had this post on insta saved for sometime ❤️
[Text Description: “Hey! Reminder: Eskimo is a slur. It means ‘snow eaters’ in Cree and is a slur against Inuit . Also don’t use ‘Eskimo kisses’. It’s called Kunik. It is a greeting mostly used for family… Kunik was how I’d greet my mom and grandmother as a small child.” /TD]
Rebloging for the awareness and especially for the alternative words
And so people who are just learning this now know the proper usage: “Inuit” is plural. The singular is “Inuk”, as in “he is an Inuk”