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jennythepirate:

I haven’t posted progress in a million years. The chain suit is finished. All I have left is finishing the leather and casting the elf ears.

You did Merrill’s full-body chain?! It looks amazing, how did you do it? It must have taken SO much time and work! Err, I should ask, is it ok to reblog this? I just wanted my followers to see it.

Thanks:D Rebloging is fine. Your followers can also see my bathroom:D

It’s taken about 2 years. There are 20,000 aluminum rings (I think it was 16 gauge but I don’t remember.) The instructions for making the sleeves and making it fitted come from here http://homepage.ntlworld.com/trevor.barker/farisles/guilds/armour/mail.htm I also used the pants pattern from the Armor Archive. http://www.armourarchive.org/essays/book__practical_chainmail/practical_chainmail.shtml

I am reblogging this version too so my followers can see it and spread it like wild fire, this took two years of sticking to it and pure dedication

I have literally never seen something more badass, I’m like in cosplay tears over it and I remember you starting this forever ago and I remember liking it back then too. It is amazing to see and I hope I get to see pictures of the final product.

Seriously well done. Oh my frick.

wHAT

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Anonymous asked:

Okay but did your dad hang out with your friends 2 years in a row?

pleasehlep:

buckbarrow:

alright let’s break it down

  • year 1: my dad ran into my friends at Buffalo Wild Wings and decided it would be funny to take a selfie with them and send it to me acting like they were all hanging out together
  • year 2: I thought it would be hilarious if we posed the same exact picture + birthday hats/balloons and added it on to the original post. so technically year 2 I was also hanging out with my dad and my friends
  • so no I have not had the flu for two years and no my dad and my friends have not been hanging out this whole time

this is a huge fucking lie I am still hanging out with her dad it has been 2.5 years someone help us

assbutt-in-the-garrison:

dalasharaia:

oh.my.god

I can’t decide who’s more adorable.

the-citythatneversleeps:

Please could you take some time out to read this?

This wonderful, handsome, young boy’s name is Josef. 

In 2012 Josef (aged 15) was diagnosed with cavernomas. Cavernomas are described, by professionals, as clusters of blood vessels (that look like blackberries), they’re really quite dangerous and life-changing.

A few years ago Joe developed a bunch of awful headaches and migraines, he’d have them every day and be in a lot of pain. He’d go dizzy a lot and be very tired. The doctors didn’t look further into this.

In 2012 he had numerous major seizures that left him in an induced coma, to be later diagnosed with Cavernomas. 

Joe has 14 cavernomas on his brain.

Joe is currently on medication but his seizures still continue to this day, some worse than others. If the seizures worsened, the blood vessels in his brain could burst. Which would be extremely life-threatening.

This condition and it’s symptoms are extremely rare, estimated to occur in 1 in 400,000 people in the UK alone. 

The past 2 years have been a tough journey for Joe, his family and his friends, with his current and future plans having to change dramatically.. he can’t be alone, he can’t go out alone as his seizures could occur at any time.

I’m running the 5k color run in August for the Cavernomas charity to raise money and awareness.

I don’t have many followers at all, but i’m trying my best to do something.

It’d mean a lot to him, his family and myself if you could visit my donation page here and donate, even the smallest amount will help <3

If you can’t donate, please reblog and spread the word, thankyou so much <3

And how hard is it to land even a minimum-wage job? This year, the Ivy League college admissions acceptance rate was 8.9%. Last year, when Walmart opened its first store in Washington, D.C., there were more than 23,000 applications for 600 jobs, which resulted in an acceptance rate of 2.6%, making the big box store about twice as selective as Harvard and five times as choosy as Cornell. Telling unemployed people to get off their couches (or out of the cars they live in or the shelters where they sleep) and get a job makes as much sense as telling them to go study at Harvard.

"Why Don’t the Unemployed Get Off Their Couches?" and Eight Other Critical Questions for Americans

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