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Hi! I'm Maria, and this is my collection of whatnots. Feel free to say hi! : )

None of the pictures are mine, unless stated.
A few notes: sometimes NSFW, I post a lot (Seriously- I do), I'm crappy at tagging things, but I'm trying to do better (let me know if you have a trigger or anything that you need tagged and I'll try my best ), and I won't follow you back just because you follow me.


ive come here to receive a rub

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— 1 day ago with 475905 notes
#rabbits  #gifs  #animals 

So, question:
What do you folks do when you get home from whatever (job/school/life/being kidnapped by a band of hedgehogs) and you’re very tired/almost exhausted, but you still have stuff you want to/should do but can’t really muster the energy for- what do y’all do? Any tips?

— 2 days ago with 3 notes
#productivity  #work  #help  #personal  #energy levels  #*blorp*  #I just want to veg out. But also I want to do things 




You would think that teenagers would be the rudest customers when really it’s mostly old, middle-aged people. 

Teens always look terrified as customers.

I am always terrified as a customer.

(via valloir)

— 3 days ago with 196711 notes





Ok, so I figured that perhaps not everyone is aware that this is available to use now, especially the younger folk out there.

This is OraQuick, and it is an FDA-Approved, in-home HIV test that provides results in about 20 minutes. I’m not sure about the availabilty of this product (or similar ones) in other countries, but in the U.S. you can purchase these at Walgreens for a mere 35 bucks, and you can even have them delivered to your door for complete anonymity.

Reading the results is easy. One line you are negative, two lines you are positive.


Why is this important? Well I know for a fact that a lot of guys say they are HIV negative without really getting tested, or they base that on some really old test result. There is no excuse now. You can get this in the mail if you want, and know for sure in the comfort and privacy of your own home. Its good peace of mind. And if you meet someone new and you are planning on playing around, its an easy and cheap thing to do to know where you guys stand. It builds trust right off the bat. Being safe is not just about wearing a condom. Its a combination of many things like trust, knowing the person, closeness, and being a good judge of character. Now on top of that you can keep up with your HIV status on a regular basis. :)

This is important for people to know, I never knew it existed

This is how my boyfriend and I tested before we started bareback in together after being with each other for 3 months. It’s super easy.

I know that it’s scary, believe me, I don’t practice risky behaviors and my anxiety was through the roof. It’s so important though you guys.

They even give you a non-descript bag to dispose of everything in.

I’m glad this is going around. :) Spread the word.

(via pallas-athena)

— 3 days ago with 26993 notes
"I think people would be happier if they admitted things more often. In a sense we are all prisoners of some memory, or fear, or disappointment—we are all defined by something we can’t change."
Simon Van Booy, The Illusion of Separateness (via mmmmilk)

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— 3 days ago with 30153 notes
#Simon Van Booy  #The Illusion of Separateness  #words 


Got to do a very cool project for NYU game center recently! A poster for an upcoming voice acting event with Jennifer Hale. If you’re interested in the event you can find more info [here]!

— 3 days ago with 565 notes
#Oooooo  #I really like this  #oliviawhen  #art  #illustration  #poster  #favorite 


getting a note on a super old post

zubat:    [dog voice] oof

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— 3 days ago with 293492 notes


Painting details ღ Flowers and Hands

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— 3 days ago with 63715 notes
a haiku about math



what is going on
who buys sixty bananas
i don’t get this shit


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— 4 days ago with 76263 notes