sometimes frens need emotional support. I just prop them up with brooms though. I don’t know…it happened…so it counts :p

sometimes frens need emotional support. I just prop them up with brooms though. I don’t know…it happened…so it counts :p

playing around with older sven /hair styles.

playing around with older sven /hair styles.

Chicken hanging out at the palace of versailles because why not?

Mandy’s mersona everyone

Alex was in ireland twice and i’ve still never been. SSEEEETTTTHHEEE

Alex was in ireland twice and i’ve still never been. SSEEEETTTTHHEEE

response selfie for my buddy Sid and his human <3 

response selfie for my buddy Sid and his human <3 

mama rachie loves you all. You are my precious bebes.

However, I’ve been noticing some high school level behavior around me lately and its not nice *shakes finger.* If there is a person you do not like, there are polite ways of handling it, and then there are gobsmackingly awful ways of handling it. Whatever your personal reasons for disliking someone, if you are in a professional environment with them, please act like a professional!

Lets say you and your buddies are going out for a good time. Obviously you can’t invite *everyone* but you know a large enough group will assmeble and attract a lot of attention! If you aren’t going to be open with your invitations, don’t be open about the fact that you’re going out with a huge group of people! Its just not nice to openly exclude people like that.

So the person you don’t like catches you and says “hey, are you all going out or something?” - sorry, you got caught! Invite them. Chances are if the group is big enough you can easily avoid them, or politely ask a mutual friend to engage them on your behalf. DONE. Nobody’s feelings get hurt, everyone is included, professionalism maintained!

There is also a flip side to this. If you notice a large group of people going out, but haven’t been invited? Don’t feel sad! Mamma rachie loves ya! Sometimes we forget people, especially when a group gets super big! Just keep your ear to the ground or ask to be invited next time. We often make silly mistakes or do things unintentionally! Forgive and forget.

This has been a politeness PSA. Hugs and Squishes!





spacious-infinity:

lovejoyjohnlock:

daniel-rosenfeld:

sunbleached-jacket:

c-a-bergamot:

redbloodedamerica:

liberallogic101:

#CommonCore This is how the Government gets the unemployment rate.



What. The. Fuck. Is. This. Shit.

what “progressive” education in america is turning into.

THE FUCK’S THIS SHIT

what the hell is that supposed to even mean? I had to read over the explanation twice, and I’m taking algebra 2. 

I’m taking fucking Calculus and I don’t get what the teacher is trying to do.
8+5=13. You can’t take 2 out of 5 and have 3 left over and just sitting in the side with nowhere to go. Math doesn’t work like that. AND, MR OR MRS TEACHER, YOU CERTAINLY CAN’T ADD 3 TO 8+2 BECAUSE YOU STILL GET 13
YOU ALREADY DID 8+2=10 YOU GOT 10 WHY DO YOU ADD 3?! YOU WON’T HAVE 10 ANYMORE YOU’LL HAVE 13
WHICH IS WHAT 8+5 IS SUPPOSED TO FUCKING EQUAL
GODDAMMIT

Ooohhhh i understand! Its supposedly a quick way to add numbers up in your head. I only know this because I was taught math by my grandma who taught in the soviet union - but when adding things up in your head, to speed things along you organize things mentally in your head into how easy it is to get to numbers divisible by ten. The question is kind of stupid, and it looks like its taken out of context. Its not asking to MAKE 10 out the numbers 8 and 5, its referring to a step in an alternative mental addition process. When I add numbers in my head I always think in terms of how many do i need to get to the next multiple of 10 and what do I have left over. It seems really dumb when you&#8217;re doing easy equations like 8+5, but when you&#8217;re asked to do complicated additions in your head, its actually a really useful method. So as a kid I was taught to memorize 1+9, 2+8, 3+7, 4+6, and 5+5. I was then taught to use those as a building blocks for more complex additions. I could ALWAYS get to 10 because this was second hand to me at that point (KEEP IN MIND WE&#8217;RE TALKING ABOUT 6 YEAR OLD LEVEL STUFF) - so if i needed to add something like 8+5, I automatically knew that it was 8+2 (10) with 3 left over to make 13. I know its dumb and roundabout and super difficult to explain&#8230;but it surprisingly clicked in my head a lot better. Because you&#8217;re not just plain memorizing or counting on your fingers, you have shortcuts wired into your brain from an early age to help you add things in your head super fast.

spacious-infinity:

lovejoyjohnlock:

daniel-rosenfeld:

sunbleached-jacket:

c-a-bergamot:

redbloodedamerica:

liberallogic101:

#CommonCore This is how the Government gets the unemployment rate.

What. The. Fuck. Is. This. Shit.

what “progressive” education in america is turning into.

THE FUCK’S THIS SHIT

what the hell is that supposed to even mean? I had to read over the explanation twice, and I’m taking algebra 2. 

I’m taking fucking Calculus and I don’t get what the teacher is trying to do.

8+5=13. You can’t take 2 out of 5 and have 3 left over and just sitting in the side with nowhere to go. Math doesn’t work like that. AND, MR OR MRS TEACHER, YOU CERTAINLY CAN’T ADD 3 TO 8+2 BECAUSE YOU STILL GET 13

YOU ALREADY DID 8+2=10 YOU GOT 10 WHY DO YOU ADD 3?! YOU WON’T HAVE 10 ANYMORE YOU’LL HAVE 13

WHICH IS WHAT 8+5 IS SUPPOSED TO FUCKING EQUAL

GODDAMMIT

Ooohhhh i understand! Its supposedly a quick way to add numbers up in your head. I only know this because I was taught math by my grandma who taught in the soviet union - but when adding things up in your head, to speed things along you organize things mentally in your head into how easy it is to get to numbers divisible by ten.

The question is kind of stupid, and it looks like its taken out of context. Its not asking to MAKE 10 out the numbers 8 and 5, its referring to a step in an alternative mental addition process.

When I add numbers in my head I always think in terms of how many do i need to get to the next multiple of 10 and what do I have left over. It seems really dumb when you’re doing easy equations like 8+5, but when you’re asked to do complicated additions in your head, its actually a really useful method.

So as a kid I was taught to memorize 1+9, 2+8, 3+7, 4+6, and 5+5. I was then taught to use those as a building blocks for more complex additions. I could ALWAYS get to 10 because this was second hand to me at that point (KEEP IN MIND WE’RE TALKING ABOUT 6 YEAR OLD LEVEL STUFF) - so if i needed to add something like 8+5, I automatically knew that it was 8+2 (10) with 3 left over to make 13.

I know its dumb and roundabout and super difficult to explain…but it surprisingly clicked in my head a lot better. Because you’re not just plain memorizing or counting on your fingers, you have shortcuts wired into your brain from an early age to help you add things in your head super fast.



"what&#8217;s going on little buddy?"

"what’s going on little buddy?"

Sven has his faceup and outfit! Yay! I’m pretty happy with him <3
I feel like he looks super sad or bored all the time now, hahaha. Which…actually is how he’s supposed to look, so I guess it worked out!

This is the Souldoll Robb limited outfit.  Sven is a Legende de Temps Roderich on an f65 fairyland body. Faceup by me.

<3 my dragon hunter in training ^^