Abstracted Charm
The mind is everything. What you think you become.
Abstracted Charm
Sometimes I create but mostly I consume.
Also really like science puns and corny science jokes.
In this country American means white. Everybody else has to hyphenate. —Toni Morrison (via oldblueeyes)


i wonder why when women write teen novels they’re categorized as chicklit yet when jgreen writes teen novels hes a nyt best selling author and praised as understanding the tru nature of teens nvm i know why


One day, you’ll ask me to speak of a truth - of the miracle of your birth. To explain what is unexplained. And if I falter or fail on this day, know there is an answer, my child, a sacred imperishable truth, but one you may never hope to find alone. Chance meeting your perfect other, your perfect opposite - your protector and endangerer. Chance embarking with this other on the greatest of journeys - a search for truths fugitive and imponderable. If one day this chance may befall you, my son, do not fail or falter to seize it. The truths are out there. And if one day you should behold a miracle, as I have in you, you will learn the truth is not found in science, or on some unseen plane, but by looking into your own heart. And in that moment you will be blessed - and stricken. For the truest truths, are what hold us together, or keep us painfully, desperately apart.


Updated for 2014!


Nightmare before Christmas
Corpse bride
The Addams family
The Addams family value
Sweeny Todd
Scooby Doo
Scooby Doo 2
Monsters Inc.
Monsters University
Ghostbusters II
Sleepy Hollow
It’s the great pumpkin, Charlie Brown
Dark Shadows
Under wraps
Don’t look under the bed
Mad monster party
The worst witch
Halloweentown II
Young Frankenstein
Practical magic
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
Haunted mansion
Little vampire
Little Nicky
Hotel Transylvania
Hocus Pocus

Shows and Halloween specials:

Ruby Gloom
Phineas and Ferb 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 
Simpsons 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 25
Lilo and Stitch
American Dragon: Jake Long
Kim Possible
Danny Phantom
That’s so Raven
Lizzie McGuire
The Proud Family
Hey Arnold!
Ned’s declassified
Zoey 101


Iced pumpkin cookies
Mini pumpkin swirl cheesecakes
Perfect pumpkin pie
No bake spiderweb cheesecake
Orange and black cupcakes
Spiderweb tutorial for cupcakes, cookies and brownies
Butterbeer cupcakes
Cauldron cakes
Chocolate fudge cake with ghost maringues
Frankenstein marshmallow pops
No bake pumpkin spice cookie balls
Caramel apple cinnamon rolls
The ultimate Halloween spooktacular roundup
Pumpkin mousse
Orange pumpkin pancakes
Halloween candy buffet
DIY Halloween candy
Candy apples
Homemade cotton candy
25 sweet and salty Halloween snacks
15 easy Halloween dessert recipes
Candy corn fruit cups
Monster doll cookies
Spooky sweets for Halloween
Halloween cuisine
Jello worms
Pumpkin chocolate chip bars
Chocolate spiders
Brain cupcakes
Spiderweb cupcakes
Pumpkin and ginger cheesecake
Honey pumpkin pie
Butternut pumpkin pies
Bloody floats
Scaredy crackers
Halloween candy made easy
Popcorn balls
64 non candy snack ideas
Ooey gooey monster eye cookies
Spooky Halloween spirits
Ghoulishly Glowing cupcakes
Frightful fruit kebabs
Poison toffee apples


Devil’s swing
Come little children
Up after midnight
Did you hear that?
Billy where are you, Billy? Is that you?
The chills
Creepy songs
Spooky tunes
Double, double, toil & trubble
Dance around the fire
Indie horror
Carnival cabaret
It’s too quiet
Halloween fanmix vol. 1
Halloween fanmix vol. 2
Light the torches
Conversations with ghosts
Bad moon rising

Decorations & costumes:

DIY pumpkin candles
Indoors Halloween decoration
30 DIY decorations for Halloween
Canning jar lid pumpkin
Decorating with autumn leaves
Cheap Halloween decorations
Best Halloween decorations
Halloween crafts for kids
Quick and inexpensive Halloween decorations
Last minute skeleton costumes
Last minute Wednesday Addams costume
Silent film stars costumes
Umbrella bat costume
Quick costumes for kids
60 fall decorating ideas
Fancy napkin decor
11 enchanting Halloween decorating ideas
No carve pumpkin decorating
Haunting homemade Halloween decorations
DIY Halloween decorations
Homemade Halloween decorations
How to make styrofoam tombstones
40 easy to make Halloween decors
Origami bats
Spooky jars
80s makeup tutorial
Easy DIY Halloween costume ideas
Sparkly mermaid makeup tutorial
Lioness makeup tutorial
Corpse paint tutorial
Cartoon lips
1920s flapper look
Easy Halloween crafts
Spider Queen makeup tutorial
Sally (Nightmare before Christmas) makeup tutorial
Skull makeup tutorial

Reasons Why I Love Tokimonsta


I love TOKiMONSTA’s music and respect her for her skills and the success she’s had in the electronic [dance] music genre and culture. It’s not often you see a woman—let alone an Asian-American woman—make it in this particular scene (or, unfortunately, popular music in general), and the way she handles all of the stereotypes and fetishization in order to focus on her music is so inspiring.

excerpts from an interview she did for SF Weekly:

As an Asian-American female, what was the biggest obstacle you had to face when starting your career?

The biggest obstacle was and is to overcome people’s disbelief that it could be done — you know, be a girl, Asian, and a fairly good producer. Generally speaking, the belief I go by is that it shouldn’t matter if I am a female or Asian because it should just be about the music. Of course, reality doesn’t work that way, and people are always focusing on the extra things. Asides from the business, booking, agent, label, etc., side of hip-hop and electronica, there aren’t many Asian Americans or females for that matter. I am a minority of minorities in this field, but times are better and the people around me are very supportive. The general public is a bit more judgmental, but I’m just going to keep doing what I do. A wise man once said, “Haters gonna hate.”

The stereotype often brought up in Asian American cultures is that “artists” cannot be successful in life, and becoming one is not considered a career. Have your parents always supported your career?

Nope, never, nada. Honestly, I never thought I’d be doing music as a career. Things kind of worked out that way for me. My mom has a little bit more faith in me, but she remains doubtful of the long term sustainability of music. Of course, it was all with good reason. Even after big press coverage and festivals, she didn’t think I was much more than a bar DJ until her Korean friends told her that their children were big fans of my music.

A lot of comments on your social media outlets center on your looks, rather than your talent. Do you just smile and take it all in stride, or would you rather they focus more on the music?

Of course, I’d rather people focus on my music. Not to be self-deprecating, but when people make these “cute” comments, I just chop it up to people idealizing their perfect girl — they really don’t know me. Maybe because I’m Asian, people think I’m some cutesy anime princess that eats cake and has special powers. For all people know, I could eat cats and have a bad toe hair problem.”





this is fucked up. this fucked me up. the teachers fucked up by not showing us this fuck up. fuck.

dear god

i’m 28 and never knew this



i’m constantly torn between wanting to watch new shows, re-watching old shows and attempting to have a life that doesn’t revolve around shows


art trade with the lovely roolph

i hope you like it~

This is the Hogwarts Express, reblog to get on it.







Never rebloged faster

I’m gonna be so late.

Well, there is someone I’ve always wanted to meet… It’s Robin Hood.






she put up a video of her telling miyah that she thinks she’s very pretty without the wig too and that playing dress up is fun but to promise to stay in school

Love this!

Stories you won’t see in the media

#nicki is so protective of young girls#this needs to be underlined more#also she gives them edited versions of her albums#magical girls protect other girls#bless nicki

You can hate someone’s music and love them as a person. This is one of those cases for me.

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