Morgan is a perfect creature, y’all.
So I’ve never done a #wcw before; but it dawned on me the other day that I work with possibly the babeliest babes known to mankind. Seriously though; these girls are drop dead gorgeous 24/7 and I could never even compete with it. So here’s to you: @neptunesuicide, @angel_horsley, @ap0the0sis, @nightmare_inpurple, @kittenalien, @bethanyisrad and @constance_franklin for being the most gorgeous girls. Seriously guys; I WORK WITH THESE BITCHES. like. How much luckier can I get though?!
244 Pokedolls <333
Ah this took a long time to set up. I had to constantly rearrange them because I ran out of room on my bed to add around 30 more XD Otherwise enjoy this update!
Not everyone you lose is a loss.
i didn’t know there were 400k vegans on this site?You don’t have to be a vegan to be against animal cruelty
[On how she got her role on ‘Hugo’] “Basically, I got a call from my agency and they were like “Look, Martin Scorsese is making a movie,” […] they said “We’re only casting local brits because we want the real accent, we want the whole thing,” and I was like “Okay, well. You know, I’ll do a tape and I’ll audition for it.” So I wore a little wig, and I did everything in a british accent, and he loved it. So he flew me and Asa Butterfield— the kid who played Hugo— to New York to do an audition for him, in front of him. So I flew out there, keeping up the act that I was british […] And then as I was leaving — luckily, he was amused — I said in my regular voice, “Bye Marty!” and he was like, “Wait. What? Where’d your accent go?” And I was like…”
Museum of Fantastic Specimens
This online collection of creatures is “curated” by Hajime Emoto. The three-story virtual museum consists of nine rooms filled with water and land dwelling monsters, demons, and dragons from all over the globe. Some of the monsters look so incredibly real, it’s hard to believe that they are sculpted from paper, modeling paste and bamboo. Since the virtual museum is written entirely in Japanese, the links below can help guide you through a tour:
- 1st Floor: Room 1, Room 2, Room 3
- 2nd Floor: Room 4, Room 5, Room 6, Room 7
- 3rd Floor: Room 8, Room 9
- Basement: Shop, Cafeteria
Each specimen has a clickable thumbnail that links to additional photos and background information (in Japanese). The basement contains a bookshop and a cafeteria that serves dishes prepared with some of the creatures featured in the museum.
[Link: Museum of Fantastic Specimens]
Squee! chocolate ghosties!