I’m an eternally optimistic, nerdy, tattooed, chubby, 20-year-old atheist from Ontario, Canada (the best place ever). I have a normal job, but I'm also a writer and artist. I have a cat named Luna whom I love more than anything, I collect animal teeth and bones, and Halloween is my favourite day of the year. My main interests are (in no order) history, fall, horror, reading, writing, antiques, tea, folk metal, cute animals, weird animals, rum, learning, Canadian culture, Nintendo, cartoons, and anime and manga. I love being alone, but I also love talking to people so feel free to send me a message.
(Formerly “emilyclocke”, “corrinda”, and “impoliteandevil”)
YO! It’s that time of the year to get down and get SPOOPY.
"Oh my GOD Carl I am so done with you.”
NFotD #133: In the 18th century, flamboyant metrosexual men were called Macaronis. That is why, in the nursery rhyme ‘Yankee Doodle’, a man “[sticks] a feather in his hat and [calls] it Macaroni” (since Macaroni wigs were famously poofy and dramatic). Bonus Fact: ‘Yankee Doodle’ was eventually shortened to ‘dood’, then ‘dude’, which is where we get that word from.
Reminder: Jon Voight is an Oscar winner, with three more nominations.
I’m emailing this to every person I know with the hopes I get one of these on my birthday
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