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Jodie | she/her | 18 | UK

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using hola on netflix and OH MY GOD AMERICAN NETFLIX HAS SO MUCH MORE ANIME THAN UK NETFLIX WTF


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pencilpaperpassion:

I don’t really know what to say about this, but I love crazy lighting and dynamic poses though I am not the best at them. Azula was one of the move amazing female villians I have ever seen on television, and is one of my favorite characters.Tools: Paint Tool SAI
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pencilpaperpassion:

I don’t really know what to say about this, but I love crazy lighting and dynamic poses though I am not the best at them. Azula was one of the move amazing female villians I have ever seen on television, and is one of my favorite characters.
Tools: Paint Tool SAI

Time: 6 hours

sixpenceee:

If you rub your closed eyes, you’ll “see” a virtual rainbow of colors, shapes, squiggles, and lines. Those are called phosphenes, and the eye and the brain work together to create these weird little visual blips.

Phosphenes occur when there is no external visual stimulus. That can happen when you close your eyes or when you’re focused on scenery with little to no input as to depth or changes, such as a dark highway at night.

People who spend long periods of time in sensory deprivation or meditation often report seeing visions, which can be chalked up to the appearance of phosphenes.

The presence of physical stimulus to the eye, like pushing on the eyeball, will create temporary phosphenes, and more traumatic events like head injuries can create permanent squiggles.

 In these cases, phosphenes are present because the visual centers of the brain are active without the presence of external visual stimuli.

For example, when conscious patients undergoing brain surgery had different areas of their brains electrically stimulated, they reported seeing phosophenes.

In studies of blind people, it’s been found that the appearance of phosphenes happens in different areas along the sight pathway between the eye and the brain, depending on what part of the visual system has been damaged.

Humans aren’t the only ones who can see these dancing bits of light and color—the phenomenon has been observed in animals as well.

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meeralith:

dancing-through-brooklyn:

Are you ever super obsessed with something for a while and then it fades out into you casually liking the thing and then something triggers it and suddenly it’s back to full blown obsession

happened twice within a month.

wallylock:

when you share your evil schemes with your friends

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Practicing my firebending brb

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Idk what to do

Ok so me and my ex are talking again and we’re good friends, we’re doing an ATLA rewatch with voice chat and we’re already on book 2 within a couple days

Anyway he asked me if I wanted to go to Leeds with him tomorrow and I don’t know if I should or not. Would that be taking it a little too far? If I say yes I don’t want him to get the wrong idea and think it’s a date but if I say no I don’t want to upset him.

✂   Fukuo