I think I'm slowly getting the hang of this thing. It only took me about 2000+ posts. ...Now I just gotta go back and tag everything properly. Great.

Why do I have a tumblr you ask? Because everyone else has one and is posting their naughty art here instead of where it belongs: ON DEVIANT ART!

So yes, I use this mostly for reblogging fun stuff I find, as well as uploading snippets of my own artwork here and there.

 

kingerock288:

notsoaveragejo:

donaldkaneda:

owo:

punkmonksteven:

lalatula:

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*does the anime character with glasses thing*

Does that really work though?

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What…?

that’s so cool i wanna do it too!!!!!!

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ok here goes

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NO

Okay, there’s no way that works.

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Let me try this out.

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Is it another one of those posts?image

Oh, for the love of…

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Okay, real talk here people. Y’all need to stop watching so much goddamned anime and-

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GET IN THE FUCKING ROBOT.

It gets better every time I see it

(Source: abosl)

bunnika:

lazysmirk:

HOW TO BUY LOW-COST GLASSES
If you are like me, you are low income. It doesn’t matter why, but you are and sometimes you need things to prevent your quality of life from dipping too much. Like a decent pair of eyeglasses.
Zenni Optical was brought to my attention by one of the residents at the clinic I interned at. The staff is remarkably skilled and it was my privilege to be able to work with them for 300 hours. Anyway, they serve many low-income folks and, instead of them sending them to their optician to look at frames, they recommended taking the up to date prescription and plugging it in at Zenni to get a good pair.
What you need
Your eyeglasses prescription. Get it however:

Dig it up from your paperwork
Call the last place that did your exam and pick it up
Pay for a new eye exam, decline fitting, and take the paper

Your pupillary distance

This is likely on your script somewhere. Look for “PD” and the number behind it. Otherwise, try this.

Here’s what you do:

Make an account at Zenni.
Plug in your prescription. I won’t go into the details of why and how scripts are written the way they are and how cool it is. Just plug in the values exactly as you see them. OD (ocular dexter) is the right eye and OS (ocular sinister) is the left. Sphere, cylinder, and axis for each. 

It should look like this: 


Now shop for some glasses and order. 

Cheapest pair is about $7. Shipping is a flat $4.95 no matter how many pairs you order. Sales are often so, sometimes, shipping is free.
You can also order prescription sunglasses! Just make to order a regular pair in whatever frame, import the prescription you plugged in, and choose Add Standard Lens Tint. 
I recently order my sunglasses because my eyes are going to boil out of their sockets. Took about a week. Came with a lens wipe cloth, PD ruler, and a case. Lenses are accurate and the frame doesn’t feel cheap or unbalanced. 
SUPER.


Seriously just got prescription bifocal sunglasses through these guys, and they are fucking amazing.

bunnika:

lazysmirk:

HOW TO BUY LOW-COST GLASSES

If you are like me, you are low income. It doesn’t matter why, but you are and sometimes you need things to prevent your quality of life from dipping too much. Like a decent pair of eyeglasses.

Zenni Optical was brought to my attention by one of the residents at the clinic I interned at. The staff is remarkably skilled and it was my privilege to be able to work with them for 300 hours. Anyway, they serve many low-income folks and, instead of them sending them to their optician to look at frames, they recommended taking the up to date prescription and plugging it in at Zenni to get a good pair.

What you need

  • Your eyeglasses prescription. Get it however:

Dig it up from your paperwork

Call the last place that did your exam and pick it up

Pay for a new eye exam, decline fitting, and take the paper

  • Your pupillary distance

This is likely on your script somewhere. Look for “PD” and the number behind it. Otherwise, try this.

Here’s what you do:

Make an account at Zenni.

Plug in your prescription. I won’t go into the details of why and how scripts are written the way they are and how cool it is. Just plug in the values exactly as you see them. OD (ocular dexter) is the right eye and OS (ocular sinister) is the left. Sphere, cylinder, and axis for each. 

It should look like this: 

Now shop for some glasses and order. 

Cheapest pair is about $7. Shipping is a flat $4.95 no matter how many pairs you order. Sales are often so, sometimes, shipping is free.

You can also order prescription sunglasses! Just make to order a regular pair in whatever frame, import the prescription you plugged in, and choose Add Standard Lens Tint. 

I recently order my sunglasses because my eyes are going to boil out of their sockets. Took about a week. Came with a lens wipe cloth, PD ruler, and a case. Lenses are accurate and the frame doesn’t feel cheap or unbalanced. 

SUPER.

Seriously just got prescription bifocal sunglasses through these guys, and they are fucking amazing.

drawnbutter:

Types of Glasses

According to Mr. Boston Official Bartender’s Guide,

The best glasses should be thin-lipped, transparent, and sound off in high registers when “pinged.” Clean, sparkling glasses show off good drinks to great advantage. The proper glass enhances a drink.

I thought it might be helpful to have a visual reference of the different types of glasses one might put cocktails, beer, wine, and other drinks into. I didn’t know the names of a lot of these glasses when I first started mixing drinks, since it wasn’t something I encountered much. Nowadays, I have a pretty complete assortment of the glasses I most frequently use in my day-to-day life.

This list is an edited down version of the Mr. Boston list, selecting for the most frequently used glass types (at least, the ones I find myself frequently using both at home and at a bar or restaurant). There are many more types and variations than this, so please don’t take this as a definitive list!

Look at the glass next time you get a drink. Look at the glasses in the bar. Watch for how they’re used. The right glass really can help your drink stand out. 

If you don’t have a lot of money to spend on glassware, I recommend going to garage sales and thrift shops and finding glasses you like. Over time and with care you can grow a complete set that will complement your own drinking style.

Reblogging for my friend Anibunny :D