Adirondack Balloon Festival - Glens Falls - New York - USA (von EJP Photo)
Potioneers sometimes have need of “claws” such as these in order to more easily manipulate small and delicate ingredients and protect themselves against those which are dangerous but still require extreme delicacy, which cannot be achieved while wearing a glove. Some wix have beautifully ornate sets of “claws” crafted for them.
talk street magic to me
drawing power from the metro lines
illusionists busking illegally, shimmering lights disintegrating as they run
plant mages tending tiny rooftop and windowbox gardens
elementary kids learning basic sigils on the playground
wixen taking a while to key into the magic in new cities when they move
alchemists dealing on the side to support their experiments
middleschoolers making friendship talismans and amulets for everyone
numerologists who’ll do your math homework for $5 or divine your fortune for $10
kids mass-texting luck and speed spells when their parties get broken up by the cops
This is beautiful.
Subliminal sigils flashed in the openning miliseconds of horror movie trailer to warn for triggers. You just know when to look away, to plug your ears, to hold your breath.
Craft stores with shitty sigils carved into their bead kit boxes to keep all the beads seperate, but the sigils, being shitty and mass produced, only work on green beads and have a hard time differentiating between green and blue
Yarn sellers who spin wool of their magical golden sheep into everyday cotten yarn to make it stronger and lighter warmer, and fricking WASHABLE
supermarkets that, instead of offering to sell you another candy bar at half off at the register, offer a discount on freshness boosting talismans to place in your fruit bowl or veggie crisper.
Professional spell casters contacted for political events, contracted to bind a canidate’s wrist with those tapes you get from concerts. it will glow or burn when the politician lies, slanders, or attempts to redirect the question.
CONCERTS based in empathy that run for six to eight hours, because whatever energy the band gives to the crowd the crowd can give back one hundred - two - three - five thousand fold. No one wants to stop or go home because everyone is having a good time and happy
frat parties with distress spell instructions etched into the floors and ceilings and doors and window sills, so that if anyone, at anytime, needs help, they need only read out the spell and help will come.
magical familiars that win over the hearts of the non-magical/anti-magic crowd. everyone knows the way to the dissenter’s hearts is through the cuteness gland. its a proven scientifical fact.
Authors of traumatizing books like “A child named It” and anything that ever had the queer character killed off/dealt a terrible end, binding their books with spells of hope and change. You, the reader, can change this story. You, the reader, are powerful and worth having around. You, the reader, are not a passive and helpless entity though it may seem so at first. You, the reader, are the writer of your own life and you are strong so strong, and you can change this.
i wanted to try out fea by playing the demo and the only thing i could customize was the name. so i thought, fuck it
when the test question says “describe what’s happening in the picture” but the picture be like
do you ever
do you ever just have
that one class
that one freaking class
that just depresses you when you think about it because
oh god you hate it so much
David Letterman is going to have a fascinating guest on The Late Night Show October 8th…
That’s right! It’s the blue-haired diva herself HATSUNE MIKU!!!!
The official MIKU EXPO Twitter announced that the popular variety late night talk show, starring David Letterman and Paul Shaffer, will have Miku perform to show off the technologies of how a live concert would work. This is likely to promote the MIKU EXPO event which takes place a few days after that show.
It’s good to know that Miku is expanding to places we never thought imaginable!
(Info taken from MikuFan)
w hat the fuck is happening
my favorite thing about this is that it leads to one of two equally perfect conclusions:
a) david letterman has absolutely no idea what a vocaloid is and will have to suffer through his own talk show being briefly taken over by a chirping holographic cartoon robot teenager using technology he only vaguely understands, or
b) david letterman currently is/will soon be a fan of hatsune miku
a cozy art for a stormy weather.
when i was a little kid i got bullied on the playground so my mom asked me “what did jesus do when people were mean to him?” and i thought about it for a second and then started crying and screamed “he DIED”