“Don’t worry. We will be together for all of your lifetimes, and we will never give up." - Raava to Wan
Here are the new and improved pictures of the Raava and Vaatu mittens :) I LOVED the whole take on Raava and Vaatu this past season of Legend of Korra. /sigh Raava telling Wan she will be with him through all his lifetimes…right in the feels MAN! After watching the episode, I immediately started charting them because I thought they would look amazing on some mittens. I’m so happy with my charts!! I made this mitten pattern from scratch. I’m going to change it slightly. These were toooo roomy for me >:(
THESE ARE INCREDIBLE! By far the coolest pair of mitts we’ve ever seen.
Don’t know if I’m elated or gassy, but I’m somewhere in that zone!
This Book 3 still seems like a good one for the caption game.
Ah look at them, clearly they were not expecting whatever it is that they saw.
You think we’re just pretty things
You couldn’t be more wrong
(We standing strong, we carry on)
Knock us but we keep moving on (we’re moving up, yeah)
Can’t stop a hurricane, ladies it’s time to awake (yeah!)
Popstars and their struggles
I feel like this is really important.
Also other celebrities,
Miley Cyrus - Bullied at school.
Mary J Blige - Raped and sexually abused, drug addiction, alcoholism, depression, abusive relationship.
Azalea Banks - Abusive mother.
Jim Carrey - Homeless at a young age.
Oprah Winfrey - Sexually abused, alcoholism, drug addiction.
50 cent - Born to a 15 year old drug dealing mother who was murdered when he was 8, started drug dealing at 11, carried gun and drugs with him to school at 12, was later shot 9 times at close range.
Demi Moore - Born to an 18 year old alcoholic, bipolar mother, grew up seeing her mother and step-father abuse each other.
Christina Aguilera - She, her mother and sister were subject to her abusive father, bullied at school.
Friendly reminder: celebrities are people, not fucking objects for you to constantly judge.
this might go over the heads of some of the kids on here.
did you just
This is the greatest post I have ever seen because it is both a pun and a harsh truth.
I showed this to my 11 year old brother and asked him if he knew what it was. He looked at it for a few seconds and said
"I dunno. a printer?"
we still use them at my school
My school used them up until I graduated high school which was life 4 years ago then I go to uni and in one of my classes, no joke, there it is. STARING at us in the face laughing. Have fun writing it all out bitches! it was the most painful class ever.