Just a Valkyrie with a Viking living in Portland. I like rabbits, body mods and LHP. Poly. Bi. Wizard Tiger.
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zodiac aesthetics

howtobeaheartbreaker:

aries: drunk edgy retro adventurer 
taurus: electric pixie retro zombie 
gemini: 70’s lolita wannabe witch 
cancer: plain goth circa hipster 
leo: dirty dubstep bi punk
virgo: apocalyptic steampunk winter disaster
libra: 40’s fantasy stoner ghoul 
scorpio: vintage vodka surrealist royalty  
sagittarius: magical destructive retrofuturist superhero 
capricorn: decadent anarchist sick revolutionary
aquarius: post-apocalyptic anarchist teen monstrosity
pisces: 90’s grunge sick geek

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evolvedbodyartincolumbus:

We can’t help but acknowledge our dude @vikinglars (Tattooer/party animal/killer jewelry enthusiast) and his brand new slamjams from the legendary opal slingers of Santa Cruz: @anatometalinc
These eye-poppingly insane 1” Floating Stone Eyelets, made out of certified implant grade titanium (anodized bronze), feature an astonishingly gigantic synthetic black opal cabochon. With enough prismatic ferocity to tear through the very fibers of reality, these otherworldly eyelets look less like jewelry and more the harnessed visual intensity of a vibrant night sky.

evolvedbodyartincolumbus:

We can’t help but acknowledge our dude @vikinglars (Tattooer/party animal/killer jewelry enthusiast) and his brand new slamjams from the legendary opal slingers of Santa Cruz: @anatometalinc

These eye-poppingly insane 1” Floating Stone Eyelets, made out of certified implant grade titanium (anodized bronze), feature an astonishingly gigantic synthetic black opal cabochon. With enough prismatic ferocity to tear through the very fibers of reality, these otherworldly eyelets look less like jewelry and more the harnessed visual intensity of a vibrant night sky.

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korybing:

Extinct Animals of the Cambrian to the Cretaceous!
This will be a limited edition 11x17 print exclusively for sale at spx​​ this year!
I love extinct animals, especially lesser-known and non-dinosaur ones. So here are some critters from the Paleozoic through the Mesozoic. Don’t take the period designations too literally, it’s more of a “pretty much around this time” thing, since I couldn’t fit all of them exactly where they should be, scientifically. I’d love to do a sister-image to this with the Cenozoic era!
Here’s a list of the creatures featured!Cambrian PeriodHallucigeniaOpabiniaTrilobite
OrdovicianOrthoceras
SilurianEurypterusNektaspida
DevonianTiktaalikDunkleosteus
CarboniferousAkmonistionPederpesArthropleura
PermianDimetrodonSaroctonus
Early TriassicErythrosuchus
Middle TriassicBatrachotomusCeresiosaurus
Late TriassicOligokyphus
Early JurassicTemnodontosaurus
Late JurassicRhamphorhynchusPterodactylusBrachiosaurusLiopleurodon
Early CretaceousMicroraptorDeinonychusGobiconodon
Late CretaceousProtoceratopsHesperornisCorythosaurus

korybing:

Extinct Animals of the Cambrian to the Cretaceous!

This will be a limited edition 11x17 print exclusively for sale at spx​ this year!

I love extinct animals, especially lesser-known and non-dinosaur ones. So here are some critters from the Paleozoic through the Mesozoic. Don’t take the period designations too literally, it’s more of a “pretty much around this time” thing, since I couldn’t fit all of them exactly where they should be, scientifically. I’d love to do a sister-image to this with the Cenozoic era!

Here’s a list of the creatures featured!
Cambrian Period
Hallucigenia
Opabinia
Trilobite

Ordovician
Orthoceras

Silurian
Eurypterus
Nektaspida

Devonian
Tiktaalik
Dunkleosteus

Carboniferous
Akmonistion
Pederpes
Arthropleura

Permian
Dimetrodon
Saroctonus

Early Triassic
Erythrosuchus

Middle Triassic
Batrachotomus
Ceresiosaurus

Late Triassic
Oligokyphus

Early Jurassic
Temnodontosaurus

Late Jurassic
Rhamphorhynchus
Pterodactylus
Brachiosaurus
Liopleurodon

Early Cretaceous
Microraptor
Deinonychus
Gobiconodon

Late Cretaceous
Protoceratops
Hesperornis
Corythosaurus

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One of the saddest and most hil- NO BITCH, the sad thing here is the fact that you're a stripper. If you want respect, maybe you should've graduated high school. 😂😂 when did stripping become a legitimate career?
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stripperina:

Awww, you tried so hard, but unfortunately I can’t hear you over the sound of my debt-free college degree and massive disposable income.

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