childhoodcreativity:

Primadonna Girl (c) Marina and the Diamonds

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xim happy with this
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princeowl:

when you got buns but his anaconda still dont want none

image

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xme

elysedc:

The ultimate dad joke compilation

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lavapasta said:
Julie

NOOO BUT I HAVE A PERFECT FULL JULIE CLOSET COSPLAY AT HOME (boots included)

i cant believe the second pic came out blurry and i didnt check til i changed into normal clothes. what the fuck, me

answered 29 minutes ago @ 20 Oct 2014 with 1 note
xjulie kane xme xmy face xcosplay xlavapasta xcarro answers
Anonymous said:
Nigel Thornberry please

what the fuck

that thing was gonna be a mustache but it wouldnt stay so it became the nose. what. why would you ask for this

answered 30 minutes ago @ 20 Oct 2014 with 7 notes
xnigel thornberry xme xmy face xcosplay xanon asks xcarro answers
purple-fletchings said:
Mmmm... Jinx from Renegades? Or Circe from Genrex. Whichever is easier.

I DID BOTH

assassin’s creed!jinx

see those are her boots and DEFINITELY not portal-boot-socks

CIRCE:

i think i make a cute chubby circe

answered 30 minutes ago @ 20 Oct 2014 with 5 notes
xme xmy face xgr circe xkim arashikage xcosplay xpurple-fletchings xcarro answers

OKAY THE ONES IN MY INBOX ARE THE LAST ONES these have been fun tho

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xcarro rambles xwhen im home im gonna do it again
Anonymous said:
Luna Lovegood?

im wearing fish earrings cUZ WEIRDNESS. THATS LUNA, YEA

send me a character and i will attempt a closet cosplay. it will be terrible

answered 57 minutes ago @ 20 Oct 2014 with 6 notes
xluna lovegood xme xmy face xcosplay xi am blonde now xanon asks xcarro answers
Anonymous said:
aelita from code lyoko

jesus

i decided to go with her first??? outfit because the rest are too difficult

send me a character and i will attempt a closet cosplay. it will be terrible

answered 58 minutes ago @ 20 Oct 2014 with 4 notes
xaelita hopper xme xmy face xcosplay xanon asks xcarro answers
nodelinquent said:
April O'Neil do it

im not wearing a shirt for this ginger

god that is not a flattering look for me

send me a character and i will attempt a closet cosplay. it will be terrible

answered 1 hour ago @ 20 Oct 2014 with 7 notes
xapril o'neil xobv i am 2k12 april xme xmy face xcosplay xnodelinquent xcarro answers
Anonymous said:
Jack Spicer
answered 1 hour ago @ 20 Oct 2014 with 4 notes
xjack spicer xme xmy face xcosplay xI PUT ON MAKEUP FOR THIS ONE ASSWIPES xanon asks xcarro answers xi dont need to pale-ify my skin cuz im white af
thatjayjustice:

This is just the most recent of countless similar messages I have received because of my Wonder Woman costumes. I am so tired of white, white passing, and anti-Black people from any and all ethnic backgrounds and nationalities looking at me in my costume and telling me ‘You don’t deserve to wear that. Wonder Woman isn’t for Black people.’
It’s nothing to do with ‘accuracy’, it’s racism and I’m sick of it. In before ‘Oh but they just didn’t know about Nubia!!’ Please. You can try to use ignorance as an excuse but you have to ask yourself, even if these people don’t know there IS a Black Wonder Woman, what makes them feel like they have the right to tell Black people what they can and cannot do? What gives them this supposed authority over our imaginations and our desire to create? This mentality is the reason why so many potential cosplayers of color are afraid to even wear a costume.I can and have sent these people panels, pages and issues of official DC comics full of images of Black Wonder Women (yes, there are more than one!) and it doesn’t matter to them. My skin is still too dark, my nose too broad, my hair too nappy, in their words, not mine. I have been told to my face that I disgrace the Wonder Woman costume with my Blackness. Many other people of color have gone through similar experiences. I know of only one way for us to combat this.Create, design, display and wear whatever we damn well please. Let our differences enhance our art. Let every single privileged individual who thinks to question our rights to self expression choke on their words. Feel free to be yourself in whatever way you see fit. Do not let other people’s opinions of your race or ethnicity dictate your choices. Don’t let the way they see you have anything to do with who you are. 

thatjayjustice:

This is just the most recent of countless similar messages I have received because of my Wonder Woman costumes. I am so tired of white, white passing, and anti-Black people from any and all ethnic backgrounds and nationalities looking at me in my costume and telling me ‘You don’t deserve to wear that. Wonder Woman isn’t for Black people.’

It’s nothing to do with ‘accuracy’, it’s racism and I’m sick of it. In before ‘Oh but they just didn’t know about Nubia!!’ Please. You can try to use ignorance as an excuse but you have to ask yourself, even if these people don’t know there IS a Black Wonder Woman, what makes them feel like they have the right to tell Black people what they can and cannot do? What gives them this supposed authority over our imaginations and our desire to create? This mentality is the reason why so many potential cosplayers of color are afraid to even wear a costume.

I can and have sent these people panels, pages and issues of official DC comics full of images of Black Wonder Women (yes, there are more than one!) and it doesn’t matter to them. My skin is still too dark, my nose too broad, my hair too nappy, in their words, not mine. I have been told to my face that I disgrace the Wonder Woman costume with my Blackness. Many other people of color have gone through similar experiences. I know of only one way for us to combat this.

Create, design, display and wear whatever we damn well please. Let our differences enhance our art. Let every single privileged individual who thinks to question our rights to self expression choke on their words. Feel free to be yourself in whatever way you see fit. Do not let other people’s opinions of your race or ethnicity dictate your choices. Don’t let the way they see you have anything to do with who you are. 

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paigeflip:

Having weaboo friends.

paigeflip:

Having weaboo friends.

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xliterally me today xcuz this girl in my class has wanted to talk to me about anime I COULD TELL xand today i finally let her xshe likes magical girl stuff xso thats nice
rivaintalisman said:
YOURE SO PRETTY WTF and you make a killer Lois!

HEHE THANKS

answered 1 hour ago @ 20 Oct 2014 with 3 notes
xi luv my followers xrivaintalisman xcarro answers