I wish I could identify the artist on this one. It’s signed (I think) John Something in the lower left hand corner. I don’t think the surname is Tenniel but I would be in awe if it were. (Trivia, from Martin Gardner’s annotated edition of Alice in Wonderland by way of Wikipedia: “In 1840 Tenniel, while practicing fencing with his father, received a serious wound in his eye from his father’s foil, which had accidentally lost its protective tip. Over the years Tenniel gradually lost sight in his right eye; he never told his father of the severity of the wound, as he did not wish to upset his father to any greater degree than he had been.”) I don’t think the style really matches either, and there are other practical problems. Just one of those fun things to imagine.
Anyway, I was unable to find a digital archive of The Graphic, or any indication as to which issue this was from. Doesn’t seem to obviously match with any of the artists listed here or in the Wikipedia entry … if anyone has any leads on where this is from, that would be awesome.
I couldn’t find anything useful using Google Image Search.
Living with a dog is like having a furry drunk person following you around all the time.
What if oxygen is poisonous and it just takes 75-100 years to kill us?
My science teacher said he thinks that’s true actuallyYeah this is actually pretty much exactly what is going on. It’s why anti-oxidants are such a big deal. Bonus fact: oxygen oxidizes stuff in your cells or, in other words, it’s not toxic, just setting you on firevery very slowly.
Shark Sushi Plate by Avigayil / Aviceramics
Puni Puni LOOK
Even though I don’t like him calling anyone a bitch, this scene is a crucial part of Connie’s development to me.
Connie is characterized as the group idiot, the guy who screws up, the guy who doesn’t have two neurons to rub together in his head. But—this shows you, if you’re paying close attention, that Connie is simply not conventionally bright.
Connie’s the one who runs to Armin to see if he’s okay. Armin doesn’t have to say much of anything—he understands, just by watching them, that something dreadful happened.
His foil, Ymir, reacts coldly to Armin’s mental state, to which Connie blindly defends his friend.
Connie’s emotional and social intelligence is higher than almost anyone on the team.
He understands people, first and foremost. Give him a math problem, and sure, he’ll probably sit there. But a crisis with his friends? Connie’s the man for that job.
Fuggin’ Connie Springer, man. (ﾉ◕ヮ◕)ﾉ*:･ﾟ✧*:･ﾟ✧
i was waiting for this post
Character: Kinomoto Sakura
Anime/Manga series: Cardcaptor Sakura
Cold but warming…