smoestoe:

Today’s mental health reminder: a relapse, a sudden series of attacks, a string of awful days, (or whatever your step back may be) does not decrease your value. Take your time, do some self care, reflect on the progress that you have made. You are strong; one step back is nothing when you look at the journey you have already made.

(via kristoffman)

dont-do-womens-just-raf-simons:

DID THOR JUST GO SWIMMING

IS THOR TRYING OUT A FUN NEW HAIR MASK FROM LUSH

THE FUCKBUTT IS THIS INSISTENCE ON GIVING THOR THE HAIR OF A MAN NOT ALLOWED WITHIN 500 FEET OF SCHOOLS AND CHUCK E. CHEESE’S MARVEL??????????

LIKE EVEN AS A CHARACTER CHOICE: FINE, THEY PROBABLY DON’T HAVE CLARIFYING SHAMPOO ON ASSGARD (typo but it stays) OBVS STEVE CAN’T HELP HE WASHES HIS HAIR WITH THE PATRIOTIC REMNANTS OF A BAR OF ARMY ISSUE SOAP FROM 1945 AND A HANDFUL OF HONEST BROOKLYN DIRT BUT LBR TONY FUCKIN STARK HAS A SHOWER FULL OF BIOSILK ARGAN OIL SPERM WHALE ESSENCES FROM L’OREAL MARS OR WHAT THE SHIT EVER AND WOULD FOR SURE BE LIKE THOR UR HAIR LOOKS LIKE A SQUIRREL FARM TRAGEDY AND SMELLS WORSE SO LIKE

WHY

WHO IS DOING THIS

WHO HATES THUNDERBAE :(

(via consultingmoosecaptain)

thecostumetrailer:

"The most difficult thing I had to achieve in this film was creating the fabric for the Captain America Stealth Suit.  The Russos were very specific that they wanted a suit that was made of textured, woven, hard fabric like a Kevlar and not a printed stretch suit like you see over and over again in these films. But in reality it needed to be made of a stretch fabric that would allow movement and comfort, as well as the ability to be constructed into a more realistic military type trouser and protective top. I went through many incarnations of printed textures on stretch which then posed a whole new set of challenges and problems.  The HD cameras made raised textures strobe or moiré.  So finding the right one became a trial.  Then the printing ink would shine like plastic, which I disliked.  It took four months of research and development to create a texture that seems so simple and was yet, so complicated.” - Judianna Makovsky

(Source: tyrannyofstyle.com, via consultingmoosecaptain)