Muggy and Gay

Jules; non-binary being; they/them/their or ey/em/eir. One time I made a pun about Karl Marx and the 1848 revolutions that was so terrible that it took five minutes to explain. It's my proudest achievement.


I’m not badass I’m sadass I cry about everything

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Huge Saint Bernard dog being needy


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The entire history of art has been leading to this monumental moment

Holy fucking shit.

This is beauty.

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i had a real weird dream a couple nights ago with a castle with a lava floor, and jousting, but i dont think it’s related to the flu shot i got lol.

nice! that sounds very zelda-ish. I seem to specialize in weird dreams, and they get weirder the sicker I am. the most involved fever dream I ever had happened when I was 14, and I somehow managed to simultaneously contract walking pneumonia and influenza b (wtf, self). I had such a high fever that I couldn’t reliably distinguish my dreams from reality, and I dreamt that I was fighting five vampires from one of Terry Pratchett’s books, plus Glaurung, a dragon from the Silmarillion and one of the biggest douchecanoes in all of Tolkien’s works. I was asked to rescue a baby from the vampires by the baby’s mother, a beautiful young woman in a diaphanous nightie (my subconscious figured out I liked girls way before I did) and so I was getting all pumped up to take on five vampires and a dragon mano e mano when my mom woke me up. 

basically: when I’m really sick, my brain writes elaborate crossover self-insert fanfiction.

being sick sucks, but my fever dreams are seriously amazing. I have the mini-flu that I always get from the flu shot (it sucks, but it sucks much less than the real flu), and couldn’t go to class or hold office hours today. while I was sleeping, I had a very involved, lengthy dream in which I had to solve a zelda-style dungeon (figure out puzzles to open doors, basically) and save a baby, and also captain america was there, briefly (????????????). like. wow! what a dream

shes beauty, shes grace

shes beauty, shes grace

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Qolşärif Mosque, Kazan, Tatarstan, Russia

Qolşärif Mosque - at the time of its construction - was reputed to be the largest mosque in Russia, and in Europe outside of Istanbul. Construction of the Mosque within the Kazan Kremlin began in 1996. It was a recreation of a legendary multi-minaret mosque that situated in the capital of the Khanate of Kazan (a medieval Tatar state), the centre of religious enlightenment and science development in the Middle Volga Region of the 16th century. The mosque was destroyed in October 1552, when Kazan was assaulted by the army of Ivan the Terrible. The mosque was named after Qolşärif, who served there. Qolşärif died with his numerous students while defending Kazan from Russian forces.

The Qolsharif Mosque was opened on 24 June 2005, which was timed to the 1,000th Anniversary of Kazan City. The mosque can accommodate 1,500 people and 10,000 more in the front square. The dome is decorated with elements that associate with a shape and ornaments of Kazan Cap.
The mosque complex includes the Mosque itself, a museum-library, a publishing office, and an imam’s office. Its design was traditional for Volga Bulgaria, although elements of early Renaissance and Ottoman architecture could have been used as well. (x) (x)

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The ultimate dad joke compilation

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Mount Rainier, Washington, US (by Alan Howe)