catching criminals somewhere in the geographical center of Russia.
Looser I am and I consider this quite acceptable.
Rastrophiliopustrocity is a barrage of creative random thoughts, images, and ideas that spontaneously overwhelms the right brain, which then becomes immediately exercised when paired with discernment through the left brain under spacious awareness from an empty point.
numbrxlii said: Is there a word for that occasion when you're bored but too lazy to actually do anything about it?
An Estonian phrase “ma ei viitsi" that usually translates as ‘I don’t feel like it" (from the verb viitsima). It is an expression of a mild feeling of laziness and disinclination towards being “bothered” by anything — one doesn’t want to work, go anywhere, or do anything specific.
So yeah I can see how many fingers you’re holding up
THIS IS VERY ACCURATE
THIS IS VERY BEAUTIFUL
Is this accurate? Is this what it’s actually like to not be able to see clearly?
THIS. THIS RIGHT HERE IS IT.
THIS IS EXACTLY IT. SO STOP ASKING IF I CAN SEE HOW MANY FINGERS YOU’RE HOLDING UP. YES I FREAKING CAN, I JUST CAN’T SEE YOUR FINGERPRINT OR YOUR HANGNAILS OR THE FREAKING PAPERCUT YOU GOT.
IF I LOOK AT YOUR FACE WITHOUT MY GLASSES I CAN STILL BLOODY WELL SEE YOU. YOU DIDN’T MAGICALLY CLONE OR DOUBLE JUST BECAUSE MY GLASSES AREN’T ON MY FACE.
YOU JUST MIGHT NOT HAVE EYEBROWS OR WHITES OF THE EYES BECAUSE IT LOOKS LIKE SOMEONE TOOK A PHOTOSHOP BLUR TOOL OVER MY WHOLE DAMN WORLD BUT I CAN STILL SEE YOU CLEARLY ENOUGH TO SLAP YOU IF YOU ASK ME THAT DUMB QUESTION ONE MORE TIME, YOU’RE NOT FUNNY! god, that question pisses me off.
y’all need to calm the fuck down
yeah if you’re more than three feet away i probably can’t confidently tell how many fingers you’re holding up
Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Prince Harry and Prince Charles, Prince of Wales look at a mobile phone as they watch the athletics at Lee Valley Track during the Invictus Games on September 11, 2014 in London, England.
what to wear when…in a finnish fairy tale (requested by hewasintrepid).finnish folktales derive from two european traditions. fairy tales arrived in western finland primarily from sweden, whereas the fairy tales of eastern finland were shaped by traditions of northern russia…the main character of an eastern fairy tale tends to come from the upper classes: a son or daughter of the tsar, a son of an aristocrat, or the son of a wealthy merchant [but in western finnish fairy tales,] the most common protagonist is a poor boy or girl who undergoes a radical rise in society by the end of the narrative…when it comes to the fantastical, karelian folktales are far more colorful than their western counterparts. while western narrators showed a preference for rational fantasies, karelian narrators told tales of eggs containing princes turned into golden flies, princesses rising from tree stumps, and dragons riding horses…finnish archival data suggests that the great majority of tellers (approximately 80%) of magic tales were men…male narrators tended to favor the so-called heroic tales, in which the main character, a poor boy, overcomes a monster (a devil, mountain troll, or dragon) and frees a princess from its clutches. the poor boy also marries into royalty by successfully carrying out tasks set by the princess’s father…[female storytellers, however, told fairy tales about] the vicissitudes of a slighted or betrayed maiden or young wife [who] invariably overcomes all obstacles and marries the prince or regains his affections.
examples: kolme varastettu prinsessoja (three stolen princesses), lahjat taikuri (the gifts of the magician), (lasten ja julma jättiläisakka syöjätär) the children and the cruel ogress syöjätär
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