white girls are out of control these days
Splendid Wood Cutout Sculptures by Martin Tomsky
London-based artist Martin Tomsky creates elaborate illustrations that are then transformed into beautifully intricate wooden sculptures.
Mama Toph playing the Papa role. Who knows, maybe she had to be both for little Lin
SO FUCKING ACCEPTED
“H-How long do you think you can keep this thing going for?” Lin risked a whisper, sparing Tenzin a fearful glance. He continued to stare at the rampaging Earthbender, cringing as she stomped an angry foot on the ground, causing the house to shake.
“Not much longer…” He hissed back, concentrating very hard on keeping the ball of air off the floor for as long as he could. Lin gulped.
“Well, Twinkletoes, if I go down, you’re going down with me.” She muttered, squeezing her eyes shut as the ball of air gave out. The two children collapsed onto the tile with a thud, and Toph whirled around instantaneously.
“If it isn’t my darling daughter.” She drawled menacingly, saunteering over to the shaking pre-teens.
“H-Hi Mother…” Lin responded meekly. There were only a few things in the world that could scare Lin Beifong, and her mom was one of them. Luckily, she had Tenzin with her-
She reached to grab his hand, but it wasn’t there.
The little bastard had bolted.
reblogging again for that ficlet aaaaa
“Little bastard had bolted.” Pretty much. LOL I love you people.
this always has to be on my blog not just because linzin feels but because TOPH TOOOPPHHH
pffft this is wonderful
MY MIND HAS BEEN BLOWN
THAT NEVER HAPPENS WITH HARRY POTTER
ESPECIALLY NOT WITH MINERVA MCGONAGALL
OMFG MY WHOLE LIFE IS WHAT
WHAT WHAT WHAT
Oh my god, she was GORGEOUS.
WAIT WHAT WHAT’S GOING ON
If y’all ever thought Minerva was anything short of stunning when she was young, you have been fooled. This witch was a heart breaker, and could spell circles around anyone. Brains and beauty with that lovely lady.
THAT is actually how I imagined her when I read the books! I imagined her much younger for some reason, with her hair always up in my tight black bun (or updo like in the photo). Glad to see my version of her wasn’t far off at all. :)
Someone deserves a medal.
An Indian woman, a Japanese woman, and a Syrian woman, all training to be doctors at Women’s Medical College of Philadelphia, 1880s. (Image courtesy Legacy Center, Drexel University College of Medicine Archives, Philadelphia, PA. Image #p0103) (x)
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