1. meme-spot:

Captain planet

    meme-spot:

    Captain planet

  2. forlackofabettercomic:

Captain Hangover, he’s our hero! Gonna blarf… balrgh… blueegguhgh… ugh…

    forlackofabettercomic:

    Captain Hangover, he’s our hero! Gonna blarf… balrgh… blueegguhgh… ugh…

  3. tastefullyoffensive:

How babies are born in Canada. [via]

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    tastefullyoffensive:

    How babies are born in Canada. [via]

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  5. dragon-flightclub:

Mega Toothless - Alpha Edition
Creí que jamás lo encontraría, es tan enorme, 58 centímetros de pura hermosura ♥ ¡Y es mío! *ríe como desquiciada*

forever-lost-in-a-good-book dragon-flightclub:

Mega Toothless - Alpha Edition
Creí que jamás lo encontraría, es tan enorme, 58 centímetros de pura hermosura ♥ ¡Y es mío! *ríe como desquiciada*

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    dragon-flightclub:

    Mega Toothless - Alpha Edition

    Creí que jamás lo encontraría, es tan enorme, 58 centímetros de pura hermosura ♥ ¡Y es mío! *ríe como desquiciada*

    forever-lost-in-a-good-book
  6. tinyalchemy:

So I have completed my crochet Toothless and the pattern. It was really so loooong process, I spent maybe 1,5 month to get everything done. First I didn’t like the shape of the head so I had to remake it, 2 or 3 times. Then I noticed that the tail turned out too short and frogged it. Later I even redesigned my standard pattern layout! 
Sometimes I hate to be a perfectionist…
For this doll I used worsted yarn and a 4 mm hook. I also used a 3.50 mm hook for the smallest details. His legs are poseable so he can sit on your palm or shoulder:) Wire in the tail and the wings makes them flexible and helps keeping form. Eyes are made of felt. Maybe these pictures don’t show it well, but he has tiny toes on his feet :)
If you guys interested in the pattern, it can be found on etsy or on craftsy.



forever-lost-in-a-good-book tinyalchemy:

So I have completed my crochet Toothless and the pattern. It was really so loooong process, I spent maybe 1,5 month to get everything done. First I didn’t like the shape of the head so I had to remake it, 2 or 3 times. Then I noticed that the tail turned out too short and frogged it. Later I even redesigned my standard pattern layout! 
Sometimes I hate to be a perfectionist…
For this doll I used worsted yarn and a 4 mm hook. I also used a 3.50 mm hook for the smallest details. His legs are poseable so he can sit on your palm or shoulder:) Wire in the tail and the wings makes them flexible and helps keeping form. Eyes are made of felt. Maybe these pictures don’t show it well, but he has tiny toes on his feet :)
If you guys interested in the pattern, it can be found on etsy or on craftsy.



forever-lost-in-a-good-book tinyalchemy:

So I have completed my crochet Toothless and the pattern. It was really so loooong process, I spent maybe 1,5 month to get everything done. First I didn’t like the shape of the head so I had to remake it, 2 or 3 times. Then I noticed that the tail turned out too short and frogged it. Later I even redesigned my standard pattern layout! 
Sometimes I hate to be a perfectionist…
For this doll I used worsted yarn and a 4 mm hook. I also used a 3.50 mm hook for the smallest details. His legs are poseable so he can sit on your palm or shoulder:) Wire in the tail and the wings makes them flexible and helps keeping form. Eyes are made of felt. Maybe these pictures don’t show it well, but he has tiny toes on his feet :)
If you guys interested in the pattern, it can be found on etsy or on craftsy.



forever-lost-in-a-good-book tinyalchemy:

So I have completed my crochet Toothless and the pattern. It was really so loooong process, I spent maybe 1,5 month to get everything done. First I didn’t like the shape of the head so I had to remake it, 2 or 3 times. Then I noticed that the tail turned out too short and frogged it. Later I even redesigned my standard pattern layout! 
Sometimes I hate to be a perfectionist…
For this doll I used worsted yarn and a 4 mm hook. I also used a 3.50 mm hook for the smallest details. His legs are poseable so he can sit on your palm or shoulder:) Wire in the tail and the wings makes them flexible and helps keeping form. Eyes are made of felt. Maybe these pictures don’t show it well, but he has tiny toes on his feet :)
If you guys interested in the pattern, it can be found on etsy or on craftsy.



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    tinyalchemy:

    So I have completed my crochet Toothless and the pattern. It was really so loooong process, I spent maybe 1,5 month to get everything done. First I didn’t like the shape of the head so I had to remake it, 2 or 3 times. Then I noticed that the tail turned out too short and frogged it. Later I even redesigned my standard pattern layout! 

    Sometimes I hate to be a perfectionist…

    For this doll I used worsted yarn and a 4 mm hook. I also used a 3.50 mm hook for the smallest details. His legs are poseable so he can sit on your palm or shoulder:) Wire in the tail and the wings makes them flexible and helps keeping form. Eyes are made of felt. Maybe these pictures don’t show it well, but he has tiny toes on his feet :)

    If you guys interested in the pattern, it can be found on etsy or on craftsy.

    forever-lost-in-a-good-book
  7. lilacspirit:

I can’t believe team rocket beat up the sailor scouts

    lilacspirit:

    I can’t believe team rocket beat up the sailor scouts