pr1nceshawn:

Your Love Life, As Described by Videogames by Coleman Engle.

mamaalpha:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

gazzymouse:

beckpoppins:

meganhilty:

Anastasia

Favorite Characters - Vladimir & Sophie

god Sophia had a double chin and bingo wings and a booty like a shelf and she was still hot as fuck. and Anastasia was hot. and the empress was hot. All the ladies were pretty but totally different sizes and ages and things were wonderful.

Sophie wasn’t just on screen to be fat and funny. She was depicted as actually DESIRABLE. I was a little stick of a child when this movie came out and that definitely effected my views of beauty. As a much thicker adult it still means a lot to me now.

^ SO MUCH THIS

It made me SO happy to see a lady who wasn’t super skinny still being portrayed as being sexy and desirable…

We need more movies like this…with characters like this, who aren’t just treated like walking punchlines because of their bodies…

Also, look at how fluid and bubbly her animation is. She’s graceful and it adds to her beauty. She wasn’t drawn as bulky or clunky, that woman floats on the air and moves so elegantly!

mememaster:

its called fashion look it up

mememaster:

its called fashion look it up


Forest Cottage, Germany.

Forest Cottage, Germany.

deanscabbages:

lovelixst:

rivendellcustomersupport:

this was designed for very young children and i am not a young child i am a 260 pound man

how did you get in there.

how did you get out of there

godheadcomplex:

hanging out w/ friends:

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zarah-abraham:

Frida By Organ Cactus Fence,  1938
Nickolas Muray

zarah-abraham:

Frida By Organ Cactus Fence, 1938

Nickolas Muray

talisguy:

atla-gifs:

toph putting up posters

requested by tempesteacup

One of the many, many, many things I can’t believe about this show is that they managed to make a running gag out of a person’s blindness, and yet it NEVER gets offensive. 


The Chocolate Girl, by Jean-Etienne Liotard, 1843-44 (detail)

The Chocolate Girl, by Jean-Etienne Liotard, 1843-44 (detail)


Fleurs, 1860, Jean Benner

Fleurs, 1860, Jean Benner