Anonymous said: how do you think they'd react to losing a loved one? I feel like spy would hurt the most bc he knows he can't get close to people but the few he is close to it would devastate him like he'd think its his fault or something

tf2imaginesandheadcanons:

Making this post about Spy feels, sorry.

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Spy knows the feeling of loss all too well, and the ironic thing is, it never gets better for him. He’s learned that getting close to people just means that they’ll die one war or another and he’ll be the cause. There is only a handful of people still alive and well that actually the know the man he truly is, and love him for it, rather than target him for it. And every few years, one of them gets knocked off and Spy’s left feeling responsible again. Once you’re a spy, you’re expected to not love, to not make friends, to not share the person you are versus the person you’re pretending to be, and Spy’s human, he needs to break those rules every once and a while. He needs someone to love him every once and a while. But it always ends the same. 

yiiff:

if u have xkit blacklist and are worried about letters/numbers/symbols after a tag not being blacklisted put a * after the word (i.e if ur blacklisted word is #gore make it #gore*). if this 4 some reason is too much trouble use tumblr savior it is much simpler to use and will catch ANYTHING with ur blacklisted word even if it has symbols and letters after it

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foodchewer:

goodbye grandma 

foodchewer:

goodbye grandma 

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mygoodrabbit:

rukafais:

demonic-lionfish:

astrodidact:

This Tree Is Growing 40 Different Kinds Of Fruit At Once
This single (and quite colorfully blossoming) tree grows 40 different varieties of peaches, plums, apricots, nectarines, cherries, and even almonds — but just how does it do it?
It does it through the process of chip grafting. After sculptor Sam Van Aken bought a failing orchard in upstate New York full of hundreds of different fruit trees, he began the pain-staking process of grafting several of the different varieties together into one tree. Six years later, the result is this 40-fruit bearing tree, which includes some heirloom varieties that are centuries old.
Image: Sam Van Aken
http://io9.com/this-tree-is-growing-40-different-kinds-of-fruit-at-onc-1608917128

Wahhhhhh GMOs are bad wahhhhhhh

this tree is an overachiever

If you take a moment to go to the original article linked within the link provided above like a set of informational nesting dolls, you will note that this tree has absolutely nothing to do with GMOs.  The artist responsible for these trees (multiple!) achieved this, as is stated above, via chip grafting, which basically involves securing the a piece of one plant to a holes in a bigger piece of another plant and waiting for them to grow together naturally.  I’ll note that the varieties of fruits the artist is trying to preserve in this effort are all rare types that were likely to die out otherwise because they’re not commercially desirable on a large scale.  One could even probably interpret this tree existence as a form of protest against the homogenization caused by GMOs and the standardization and mechanization of farming in the US.

mygoodrabbit:

rukafais:

demonic-lionfish:

astrodidact:

This Tree Is Growing 40 Different Kinds Of Fruit At Once

This single (and quite colorfully blossoming) tree grows 40 different varieties of peaches, plums, apricots, nectarines, cherries, and even almonds — but just how does it do it?

It does it through the process of chip grafting. After sculptor Sam Van Aken bought a failing orchard in upstate New York full of hundreds of different fruit trees, he began the pain-staking process of grafting several of the different varieties together into one tree. Six years later, the result is this 40-fruit bearing tree, which includes some heirloom varieties that are centuries old.

Image: Sam Van Aken

http://io9.com/this-tree-is-growing-40-different-kinds-of-fruit-at-onc-1608917128

Wahhhhhh GMOs are bad wahhhhhhh

this tree is an overachiever

If you take a moment to go to the original article linked within the link provided above like a set of informational nesting dolls, you will note that this tree has absolutely nothing to do with GMOs.  The artist responsible for these trees (multiple!) achieved this, as is stated above, via chip grafting, which basically involves securing the a piece of one plant to a holes in a bigger piece of another plant and waiting for them to grow together naturally.  I’ll note that the varieties of fruits the artist is trying to preserve in this effort are all rare types that were likely to die out otherwise because they’re not commercially desirable on a large scale.  One could even probably interpret this tree existence as a form of protest against the homogenization caused by GMOs and the standardization and mechanization of farming in the US.

amyhartofey:

every drawing book ever

amyhartofey:

every drawing book ever

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imagineyouricon:

imagine your icon has suddenly, inexplicably, become your legal guardian

ohanastiel:

carry-on-my-wayward-superwholock:

jensen’s reaction

This is the best gif i’ve ever seen

ohanastiel:

carry-on-my-wayward-superwholock:

jensen’s reaction

This is the best gif i’ve ever seen

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cccrystalclear:

Destiny races and designs x

2spookytomhiddles:

boodenboodon:

hazelxfaerie:

ohmycha:

Holy crap, this is perfect. It even solves the “what if Spiderman tore his costume” problem. 

I think I’m in love.

rad as hell

I feel like THIS is a costume a 17 year old boy would put together

REALLY want to cosplay this

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lauramain-sherlolly:

dudeufugly:

wivalamine:

shahlalalalala:

earthlyscum:

can someone bring capes back into fashion

when the fuck did they even go out of fashion

Why the fuck did they even go out of fashion

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The first time the Incredibles took over a post and I am so happy about it

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