a true story
me at cons. why is everyone so LITTLE
when you know something doesnt fit in the fridge but you force the door shut and let it fall out on someone else
when good cosplayers follow me
when good writers follow me
when good artists follow me
when good roleplayers follow me
when people follow me
Shingeki no Kyojin | First and Final Appearances
This makes me so sad, you have no idea. You can just /see/ how much they’ve all changed so far in this. They’re all stronger, they’ve experienced so much. It kind of breaks my heart but it’s also kind of amazing to see how far they’ve grown in my opinion.
#Well the ones who didn’t die #Though some of them did change actually #Like Marco is half now #I’ll shut up #Seme
Marcos now half the man he used to be
The 30,000-Year-Old Cave That Descends Into Hell
There’s a cave in France where no humans have been in 26,000 years. The walls are full of fantastic, perfectly-preserved paintings of animals, ending in a chamber full of monsters 1312-feet underground, where CO2 and radon gas concentrations provoke hallucinations.
It’s called the the Chauvet-Pont-d’Arc Cave, a really weird and mysterious place. The walls contain hundreds of animals—like the typical Paleolithic horses and bisons—but some of them are not supposed to be there, like lions, panthers, rhinos and hyenas.
A few are not even supposed to exist, like weird butterflyish animals or chimerical figures half bison half woman. These may be linked to the hallucinations. The trip is such that some archeologists think that it had a ritual nature, with people transcending into a new state as they descended into the final room.
In fact, the paintings themselves are of such sophistication—some even have three-dimensional relief—that is hard to believe they were made back then. However, radiocarbon dating shows that these paintings are indeed prehistoric: A group was made around 27,000-26,000 years ago and the other at 32,000-30,000 years ago.
Yet another one of those true stories that didn’t need embellishment to have a punchline.
It was actually pretty pleasant, all told. Boobs are a universal love.
I love this more than words can describe.