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I draw some stuff, I have a bunch of creepy dolls and I reblarg a bunch of trivia/funny thingies in here. This is mostly SFW.

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it’s been years since i’ve first seen this comic and i still think it has one of the best punchline delivers of anything i’ve ever seen

eternal classic

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this is the sort of web content i am looking to see every day


this is the sort of web content i am looking to see every day

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How to Write About Death


If you’re a writer, there’s a BIG chance you’re going to kill off one of your characters eventually. Obviously being able to do this isn’t the same as experiencing death in real life, but it’s still something you need to think about and prepare for. Killing off characters should have some consequences to either your main characters or the plot of your story. If someone dies in your story, the loss must mean something to one of your characters. Don’t use death a cheap plot device to move your story forward.

Writing about the TOPIC of death can be a different story. If you’re writing about a character who is terminal and who we know is going to die, you need to know how to approach it with understanding. Writing about terminal cancer or a specific disease that you might not know everything about unless you’ve experienced it requires research. Don’t act like you know what it’s like to have something or the emotions that go into it. Don’t just “guess” what it might be like.

Here are a few tips on writing convincing death scenes:

Don’t cheapen a character’s death

If an important character dies, sometimes authors decide to bring that character back to life. Killing off characters and then finding a way to bring them back lessens the severity of death. Why should your readers care about what happens to your characters if they know nothing bad is going to happen to them? If you want to bring a character back to life make sure there’s a good reason for it.

Not everyone’s story will come together perfectly

Writing a good death scene isn’t about tying up someone’s story perfectly. People often die suddenly with no real time to “fix” things or say something to someone they love. Sometimes there’s more of an emotional impact when a character is not given the chance to change something about their life before it’s too late. Not everyone will be able to speak important or profound last words, so keep that in mind.

Everyone experiences loss differently

There’s no standard way for someone to deal with loss, so every person will deal with it differently. Obviously there will be unhealthy ways to deal with death, but it’s not abnormal for someone to not want to talk about it or for someone to be super emotional about it. Make sure you figure out who your characters are first and how they’d approach the situation.

Writing about death is probably so popular because it’s really about the discovery and appreciation of life. Some of the best stories make you analyze your own life and realize the blessings that you already have. Just make sure you know what you’re talking about and it doesn’t come off as disingenuous. Some people have actually experienced what you’re writing a fictional account of, so be respectful. 

-Kris Noel

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via writingweasels 9 hours ago- Thursday July 24, 2014 at 6:23am · Like · View Post
Anonymous The fact that most of the people complaining about people being privledged are usually typing their rant on a computer in a house in one of the 3 richest countries in the world without worrying about being arrested for what they look like or say kinda defeats their arguement entirely.
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Mark Khaisman

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"Get down, Mr. President!" [video]


"Get down, Mr. President!" [video]

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Yellow Boxfish (Ostracion cubicus)

…a species of boxfish that is found in reefs throughout the Pacific, Indian and south eastern Atlantic Oceans. Yellow boxfish are reef dwellers and will feed mostly on algae. However, they are also known to eat sponges, crustaceans, molluscs and other small invertebrates as well.

 Juvenile yellow boxfish have a bright yellow coloration with black spots. As they age they will lose this and older adults will have a blue-grey coloration with a hint of faded yellow.



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*Fun Fact: this fish’s boxy shape inspired Mercedes-Benz to make its Bionic Car.

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If Disney Princesses Were Actually Sloths by Jen Lewis

Previously: Nicolas Cage as Disney Princesses

Give unto me.

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i just figured out the perfect murder

kill someone and bury them in their own garden

that way if the police find them they’ll think it was a suicide

#welp looks like the victim committed suicide and promptly buried themselves in their garden #how considerate of them

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Because you didn’t know you needed a skunk in a onesie hugging a baby sloth plushie.

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image by 菊叔 on Flickr.


image by 菊叔 on Flickr.

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