♥ - My tracked tags.
☺ - My first URL.
♣ - My saved URLs.
♦ - My current tumblr crushes.
★ - Does _______ follow you?
♪ - How many messages do you have in your inbox?
♫ - Do you follow _______?
↕ - How many blogs do you follow?
⇨ - How many posts do you have?
✞ - How many likes do you have?
♔ - How many drafts and posts on queue do you have?
when your otp does the forehead touching thing
When your otp does the canon not canon thing
when your otp does the “almost kiss” thing.
When your otp does the dying thing
when your otp does the forehead touching thing and then the other of them does the dying thing
we all know where it’s going
i’d say the next few days are make up tests days; make up tests i have to do: ruby, morgana and one super duper secret make up test; what else?
Mundpropaganda: Gentlemen gegen Homophobie
Gentlemen against Homophobia campagne (X)
- “Ich finde es wahnsinnig wichtig, bei dieser Aktion mitzumachen, denn die Russen und vor allem auch Putin sollten sehen, was es bedeutet, in einer liberalen, demokratischen Gesellschaft aufzuwachsen.” -Kostja Ullmann
- [“It’s absolutely important to take part in this campaign, because the russians and especially Putin shall see what it means to grow up in a liberal democratic society" -Kostja Ullmann]
1: Johannes Strate & Jakob Sinn (from the german band Revolverheld)
2/ 3: Julius Brink & Jonas Reckermann (Beach volleyball players, Olympia winners 2012)
4: Ken Duken & Kostja Ullmann (actors)
For a Men’s magazine they stage-managed themselves with other heterosexual socialites [including Herbert Grönemeyer, August Diehl, Moses Pelham, Thomas D] as homosexual couples, aiming more tolerance. (…) The issue now very relevant for the athletes before the olympic games in Sotschi.
Well done, GQ. Well known people from different areas supporting the movement in one of the most successfull man’s magazines.
I think this will help to spread the word about the laws in russia, so people are more aware of the issue. And this consolidates our position towards this (at least I hope so).
bendydicks said:I didn’t even realise Mary was a nickname! Aah that’s so surprising! I have an online name too but a lot of people know my real name and use that too which sorta feels weird??
somehow i got so fucking confused with your names and i’m just like “i’m gonna call her bendydicks forever”
of course you can ask that! I encourage people to ask me that, because there are some people who wake up one day and think “i want to be called a totally different name without good reason” and i don’t like being seen as one of them, though I really don’t like my name, but I kinda like ‘Chris’, mostly because it sounds like a male name but thank god we life in a world where this can be a girls name too (just like Alex, but it’s more of a male name in germany, which is sad)
but yeah no I didn’t just chose to call myself Mary; when I first registred on a online community I had the user name marry-of-the-blood like a song from the j-rock band D’espairsRay, this was years ago when i was around the age of 13-ish?? idk. the people in the online chats I’ve been to just called me marry, because I usually listened to my parents about not sharing my name on the internet hahah, the second r disappeared somewhen; then I met some of these online chat friends, spend a lot of time with them, met other people through them, got introduced as Mary; I just went with it, because I liked it; and a lot of people I used to hang out with back then also had nicknames, hell even now most of my german friends have nicknames (like all of them?? syu, sidina, matt, usa……………) so that’s just normal
it’s come so far that i see my name on syus blog but it’s the fictional character she’s talking about
none of my friends are my biggest fans
tumblr hiatus isn’t good for you kids