"I’m not sexist or anything"

"This might offend you but…"
"Don’t take this the wrong way but…"
It’s scientifically proven that…”

  • Yes you are
  • Yes it will
  • I’m going to
  • Cite your fucking sources

Fucking criminy. I will need one page of cited sources, and a 20-page master thesis before you are allowed to say anything on Women’s behalf if you have a penis.

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I’m not a real gamer I’m just a “whore with a controller”

  • I am allowed to be promiscuous and hold a controller. And even be promiscuous and USE the damn controller. What did sexual relations have to do with video games?

"Real gamers girls do x, y, and z"

  • Real gamer girls are just like real gamer guys. They are different and unique people who share real outside lives and experiences just like everyone else. They hold said controller and use it to play fucking video games. I don’t care if it’s Barbie fucking dream house, it IS a video GAME.

"Real gamer girls are all totally cool and one of the guys"

  • No they are not one of the guys. They are female. Or whatever they’d like to identify as, and it might change and that is worthy of respect. And they might not be totally cool either. All gamer people have an equal chance of turning out to be asswipes, gender regardless.

"Real gamer girls scream at the TV and play COD and BF4"

  • I really, reeeeally like Barbie dream house. Shut up. COD AND BF4 just didn’t do it for everyone. Just because a girl or person, etc. doesn’t like a widely popular video game does not make them less of a gamer. The fact that they might even suck at video games is not gender it is experience.

chotheho:

trying to train a weak pokemon and it faints so you bring in your strongest pokemon and absolutely murder them in revenge

I’m getting a cat!

emily-ism:

We’re adopting a cat whose family can’t keep her due to allergies, and i have a couple of questions for all you cat owners out there, and any advice you can give would be eternally appreciated.

-how does one introduce a cat to a very anxious dog without causing chaos?

-how often should you clean a litter box?

-dry food? Wet food? Should you leave the food out all day or have specific feeding times?

1. It is usually best to introduce new animals through a closed door. Give the new cat a small room with a kennel to have as a safe spot for the first few days. Let the cat out of the kennel to smell the dog through the door. Do this for one or two days, then switch the sides. The dog will now be in the room where the cat was and the cat on the other side so neither will try to establish either area as “their territory”. Do this until the hissing stops or it seems neither is being aggressive.
Now they can meet face-to-face. Put the dog on a leash and move the cats kennel into an open room and let the dog sniff around the kennel. Then separate them again. The next day try feeding them on opposite ends of the open room (dog still leashed) and just generally get their food closer as time progresses. By the end of the week they should be almost comfortable but never leave them alone until you’re absolutely sure they’re comfortable. 

2. You should scoop litter at the end of everyday. Just scoop out the clumpy pieces and you’re good. At the end of the week wash the litter box and add new litter. Some cats do go more often, especially kittens so you may need to change the litter more frequently as needed, just keep an eye out.

3. We personally leave the food out all day since our cat is older and he likes to eat a little at a time and that’s just how he is. If your cat likes to eat their whole serving at once I would introduce feeding once a day at a set time. This one really comes down to personality. But leaving food out does contribute to Obesity in a lot of cats so make sure he isn’t eating too much. Feed him an appropriate serving for his age and if he eats it all through out the day wait until the next day to feed him again.

It’s another personality toss up for the wet food/ dry food. Although a lot of times very cheap foods can cause diarrhea so the brand is really what matters in food.
Cats are designed to get a hefty portion of their water from their food. Wet food will help ensure they stay hydrated. Wet food is definitely the healthiest route.
But if your cat is a slow eater like mine, I’d stick with dry food so it will stay fresher longer. 

Purina and Science Diet typically have the healthiest food but not necessarily the cheapest, and for wet food Blue Buffalo is my go-to.
But the best thing to do here is when you take him to the vet for his first check up (which I assume you’re doing, if you’re not then disregard) ask your vet about this toss up. Every cat is different. 


If you have any other questions inbox me and I’ll be happy to help. I worked in an Animal Shelter for two years so I’m no veterinarian but I do have a decently extensive knowledge :) Also, good luck with your new family member!

onyxwitch:

wherethemagicthingsare:

onyxwitch:

wherethemagicthingsare:

onyxwitch:

I need witchy friends that don’t live continents away! Any of you live in
British Columbia??

Oops I live a continent away…but it’s only like 12 hours (haha ONLY) which is by far the closest I’ve ever seen to me on here lol

Darn! Come visit!

Sure lemme just grab my passport……….CRAP, I forgot I was too lazy to go get one lol

Smuggle yourself across the boarder in the name of witchy adventures!

Lol the Military gets all complainy when people do that

onyxwitch:

wherethemagicthingsare:

onyxwitch:

wherethemagicthingsare:

onyxwitch:

I need witchy friends that don’t live continents away! Any of you live in
British Columbia??

Oops I live a continent away…but it’s only like 12 hours (haha ONLY) which is by far the closest I’ve ever seen to me on here lol

Darn! Come visit!

Sure lemme just grab my passport……….CRAP, I forgot I was too lazy to go get one lol

Smuggle yourself across the boarder in the name of witchy adventures!

The Military gets all complainy when people do that. Gawsh!

onyxwitch:

wherethemagicthingsare:

onyxwitch:

I need witchy friends that don’t live continents away! Any of you live in
British Columbia??

Oops I live a continent away…but it’s only like 12 hours (haha ONLY) which is by far the closest I’ve ever seen to me on here lol

Darn! Come visit!

Sure lemme just grab my passport……….CRAP, I forgot I was too lazy to go get one lol

onyxwitch:

I need witchy friends that don’t live continents away! Any of you live in
British Columbia??

Oops I live a continent away…but it’s only like 12 hours (haha ONLY) which is by far the closest I’ve ever seen to me on here lol

i-am-dreaming-of-wonderland asked:
Hi you, I'm really interested in becoming a witch and I read something about species of witches on this blog and I wanted to ask you where I can find them? I didn't find a thing about it. (:

of-earth-and-stars:

wherethemagicthingsare:

another-blair-witch:

of-earth-and-stars:

Oh, you might of read that off of a question post that I did.
Lol I like how you call it species! Haha :)
Well that’s a very very big topic, there are so many branches of witchcraft. In wicca there are many branches of faiths (Alexandrian, Cabot, Faerie, Gardnerian, ect.) like in christianity(Methodist, catholic, Pentecostal, Unitarian, baptist, Mormon, ect.).
You don’t have to be wiccan to be a witch either, as you probably know.
I’ll list some “species” of witches for ya:

• kitchen witch- a witch who uses household items for their work and that works with herbs and gems and folk healing remedies. For example they might use a decorated wooden spoon as a wand instead of a fallen branch they find in the woods.

• chaos witch- a witch who constantly changes their beliefs and practices, and who believes deeply that the power of magick isn’t at all in symbols, but in out intent and will.

• green witch- witch that works with herbs and healing the environment. Their main focus is using the raw energy that the earth omits for healing and causing change in life situations.

• strega witch- an old Italian form of witchery.

• eclectic witch- a witch that doesn’t follow one set path, but who takes pieces and ideas from other paths and religions to make their own path. This is the most popular path because you set your own rules and guidelines.

• satanic witch- the good old fashioned idea of a witch, a witch who either actually worships satan as a god or who sees him as just a symbol of freedom and individuality. These witches also usually work with demons from different religions, but mainly Christianity.

• pictish witch- Scottish form of witchery that doesn’t revolve necessarily on religious ways such as deity worship but just the practice of magick. They also don’t usually work with other witches such as in a coven.

• solitary witch- witch who doesn’t belong to a coven and uses only her/his own energy in spells.

• pow wow witch- Very little known type of witch that makes healing magick as their basis.

Hoodoo witch- witch who practices hoodoo, a mix of voodoo, Native American, and folk magick.

• British witch- a mix of wicca and Celtic/Druid beliefs that people are usually initiated into and go through ‘levels’.

• ceremonial witch- one who always uses magick in ceremony, rumored to do lots of Egyptian magick.

There are many more types of witches: have fun studying! :)

Here are some links that will tell you more: (These websites don’t tell that much about each path, so if I were you I would take the names of different paths that sound interesting to you and just google it)

http://www.angelfire.com/realm2/spirits_of_light/witches.html

http://www.spiritwalkministry.com/traditional_witchcraft/types_of_witchcraft

http://askanthony.weebly.com/different-types-of-witches.html

http://contenderministries.org/wicca/witchcraft.php

http://www.paranormalhaze.com/types-of-modern-witches/

"Species" *crinkles entire face* that makes me feel all kinds of sigh

I feel like it should be noted if any of these are closed cultural things too because I’ve heard it said about Hoodoo and Pow wow.
I’m NOT sure about that though so I might just be misinformed myself but if any ARE closed cultures you don’t wanna send someone off in that direction with no info.

As said - I might be the misinformed one though lol

She was wanting to know the different types of witches, and so I told her. Wasn’t trying to convert her into any of them.

Oh no, I know, I was hoping I wasn’t going to come off as rude, I was just hoping someone could input about whether any of them are closed cultures as just added info, sorry if I came off rude!

i-am-dreaming-of-wonderland asked:
Hi you, I'm really interested in becoming a witch and I read something about species of witches on this blog and I wanted to ask you where I can find them? I didn't find a thing about it. (:

another-blair-witch:

of-earth-and-stars:

Oh, you might of read that off of a question post that I did.
Lol I like how you call it species! Haha :)
Well that’s a very very big topic, there are so many branches of witchcraft. In wicca there are many branches of faiths (Alexandrian, Cabot, Faerie, Gardnerian, ect.) like in christianity(Methodist, catholic, Pentecostal, Unitarian, baptist, Mormon, ect.).
You don’t have to be wiccan to be a witch either, as you probably know.
I’ll list some “species” of witches for ya:

• kitchen witch- a witch who uses household items for their work and that works with herbs and gems and folk healing remedies. For example they might use a decorated wooden spoon as a wand instead of a fallen branch they find in the woods.

• chaos witch- a witch who constantly changes their beliefs and practices, and who believes deeply that the power of magick isn’t at all in symbols, but in out intent and will.

• green witch- witch that works with herbs and healing the environment. Their main focus is using the raw energy that the earth omits for healing and causing change in life situations.

• strega witch- an old Italian form of witchery.

• eclectic witch- a witch that doesn’t follow one set path, but who takes pieces and ideas from other paths and religions to make their own path. This is the most popular path because you set your own rules and guidelines.

• satanic witch- the good old fashioned idea of a witch, a witch who either actually worships satan as a god or who sees him as just a symbol of freedom and individuality. These witches also usually work with demons from different religions, but mainly Christianity.

• pictish witch- Scottish form of witchery that doesn’t revolve necessarily on religious ways such as deity worship but just the practice of magick. They also don’t usually work with other witches such as in a coven.

• solitary witch- witch who doesn’t belong to a coven and uses only her/his own energy in spells.

• pow wow witch- Very little known type of witch that makes healing magick as their basis.

Hoodoo witch- witch who practices hoodoo, a mix of voodoo, Native American, and folk magick.

• British witch- a mix of wicca and Celtic/Druid beliefs that people are usually initiated into and go through ‘levels’.

• ceremonial witch- one who always uses magick in ceremony, rumored to do lots of Egyptian magick.

There are many more types of witches: have fun studying! :)

Here are some links that will tell you more: (These websites don’t tell that much about each path, so if I were you I would take the names of different paths that sound interesting to you and just google it)

http://www.angelfire.com/realm2/spirits_of_light/witches.html

http://www.spiritwalkministry.com/traditional_witchcraft/types_of_witchcraft

http://askanthony.weebly.com/different-types-of-witches.html

http://contenderministries.org/wicca/witchcraft.php

http://www.paranormalhaze.com/types-of-modern-witches/

"Species" *crinkles entire face* that makes me feel all kinds of sigh

I feel like it should be noted if any of these are closed cultural things too because I’ve heard it said about Hoodoo and Pow wow.
I’m NOT sure about that though so I might just be misinformed myself but if any ARE closed cultures you don’t wanna send someone off in that direction with no info.

As said - I might be the misinformed one though lol