19th October 2014

Photo reblogged from Ruined Childhood with 32,981 notes

chokesngags:

Currently.

chokesngags:

Currently.

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19th October 2014

Photo reblogged from TRASH KING with 12,859 notes

jathis:

iamaleximusprime:

mandopony:

ask-dr-knockout:

To ALL those artists out there who take commissions and sell their art of any type this is for you! If anyone ever tries to argue with your prices show them this! Take pride in your work! Never settle for anything less then what you believe to be a fair price for the efforts and passion you pour into your work.
YOU ARE WORTH IT!

Seconding this SO hard right now.
I’ve known of so many artists who were amazing but refused to charge the proper amount for their hard work. It’s a crime.

All commissioners must remember this when you commission someone!!

SO DON’T BE A DICK WHEN IT COSTS A LOT BECAUSE IT’S SUPPOSED TO GOD FUCKING DAMMIT STOP FORCING MY FRIENDS TO SHORT CHANGE THEMSELVES

jathis:

iamaleximusprime:

mandopony:

ask-dr-knockout:

To ALL those artists out there who take commissions and sell their art of any type this is for you! If anyone ever tries to argue with your prices show them this! Take pride in your work! Never settle for anything less then what you believe to be a fair price for the efforts and passion you pour into your work.

YOU ARE WORTH IT!

Seconding this SO hard right now.

I’ve known of so many artists who were amazing but refused to charge the proper amount for their hard work. It’s a crime.

All commissioners must remember this when you commission someone!!

SO DON’T BE A DICK WHEN IT COSTS A LOT BECAUSE IT’S SUPPOSED TO GOD FUCKING DAMMIT STOP FORCING MY FRIENDS TO SHORT CHANGE THEMSELVES

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18th October 2014

Photo reblogged from The sparrow flies south for winter with 112,577 notes

tinyredbird:

THIS MAKES ME VERY VER YVERY VERY VERY VERY VERY HAPPY

tinyredbird:

THIS MAKES ME VERY VER YVERY VERY VERY VERY VERY HAPPY

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15th October 2014

Photoset reblogged from DRAWING BORED with 73,147 notes

drawing-bored:

dorian, is that you?

rafa rech (photographed by carlos medel)

15th October 2014

Photoset reblogged from Ring Ding And Robot Things with 33,344 notes

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14th October 2014

Photo reblogged from Cosmic Tea with 17 notes

sammorz:

I’m fighting in the darkness.

sammorz:

I’m fighting in the darkness.

14th October 2014

Photoset reblogged from FCK with 349,024 notes

lesbianbookclub:

I just laughed so fucking hard

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12th October 2014

Post reblogged from FCK with 7 notes

art-of-penguin:

The legalization of marijuana for recreational use has given birth to a burgeoning industry of tools and treats–all designed customize the experience of “getting high” down to the very last detail. No longer is one limited to bong, bowl, or blunt. Today’s cannabis connoisseurs are consuming weed in ways their parents never even dreamed about. If you’re passing through Colorado or Washington any time soon, you’re gonna want to take notes.

Let’s start with the basics: good old fashioned marijuana buds.

Not so long ago, you may have been satisfied with tossing this ganja in a rolling paper and lighting up. These days, applying fire directly to the flower is considered somewhat crude.

Why inhale all that smoke (aka carbon and carcinogens) when there’s a cleaner way?

Vaporizers (Balloon and Whip)

Source: arizer.com
Vaporizers are more delicate, quickly dehydrating the buds in such a way that all those glorious cannabinoids are released without the burning of plant matter or paper.

In the model above, the resulting vapor is trapped in a ballon that can then be corked and conveniently passed between participants. The models below utilize a medical grade plastic tube, or “whip” that’s attached directly to the machine.

But what about those who need to smoke on the go?

Table vaporizers are great, but they’re large and thus difficult to bring on the road. Never fear, there are dozens of companies that specialized in pocket-sized vaporizers that deliver the same potency, no wires required. Just push in a small amount of bud, wait for it to reach the desired temperature, and inhale.

Don’t want to carry any actual marijuana buds on your person? That’s where things start to get interesting.

Source: openvape.com
This little gadget is the Open Vape, and it has completely changed the way people in liberated states think about “smoking” marijuana. Like the vaporizers above, it uses heat to extract vapor, but it’s not loaded with typical grass. Instead, it utilizes a disposable cartridge filled with cannabinoid-infused CO2 oil. Charge the pen’s internal battery via USB port, and when it’s ready just inhale and enjoy. BONUS: the vapor you exhale has almost no marijuana scent.

Mind blown? Well we’re just getting started.

Weed-infused CO2 oil is just one of many “cannabis concentrates” that are trending in the Wild West. Others include hash oil, wax (created by whipping hash oil), and bubble hash (above), and this magical stuff (below), called “shatter.”
Source: buduana_com
Shatter is a refined version of a hash oil known as “butane honey oil.” It’s made using a pressure vacuum and emerges as a thin cake, which ‘shatters’ when you break it.  Shatter is very potent, and can be upwards of 90 percent THC.

Consuming these concentrates requires the proper equipment, which means…

You will mostly likely need a dab pen, like one of these. These handy little gadgets operate a lot like the vape pen, except that they have a heating element (called an atomizer) insider instead of a cartridge full of oil.
Source: dabotg.com
A piece of shatter or a globule of wax is placed strategically on the coil, the push of a button heats said coil, and the result is a pleasant cloud of dense (and very potent) THC vapor that wafts up into the chamber.
And sometimes that chamber just happens to look like a teapot.

If you’re not interested in portability, these “oil rigs” are a stylish alternative.

These glass pipes filter the concentrate smoke through water for an even cleaner experience.

High-tech smoking paraphernalia is all well and good. But sometimes the best new methods are just old ones, reimagined. Like the gravity bong.

Even joints and blunts, two of the oldest smoking methods, are achieving new heights.

Bender joint.
Eiffel Tower joint. Ashing this would be a nightmare.

While undeniably cool, the above methods still involve the most classic way of ingesting marijuana: smoking. But that’s far from the only way to enjoy this plant.

Often ignored, even among regular users, tinctures are one of the most efficient ways to consume marijuana. They are a liquid concentration of cannabis, where the THC and cannabinoids have been leached out into alcohol. Just a drop or two under the tongue delivers peak effects within 15 minutes.

Want to eat your cannabis without tasting it? Have a baked good (and we’re not talking about the brownies with big chunks of shwag your older brother made in college).

Yes, there’s even ice cream.

Source: Organicann

Not that keen on sweets? No worries. There are lots of savory snacks too. Like these cheesy crackers.

Source: 95rockfm.com

Heck, you can even drink your weed.

Source: hpvf.com

And for those who would rather cook with their cannabis, there’s marijuana butter.

Source: hpvf.com

It’s even possible to use marijuana without ingesting it at all.

Just like the plant itself, those who use cannabis are getting an image upgrade.

Legalization is one of the biggest economic opportunities since the Internet.

…are being pushed aside by the reality that THIS is who’s growing today’s weed.

Josh Stanley, a Colorado grower who started a nonprofit, Realm of Caring, to provide medical marijuana to patients who cannot afford it.

THIS is who’s selling it.

Washington entrepreneur John Davis, a former military construction contractor who now owns a dispensary.

And THIS is who’s buying it.

Sean Azzariti, an Iraq war veteran, was the first person to legally purchase recreational marijuana in Colorado on January 1, 2014.
37 Ways To Enjoy Marijuana That Didn’t Even Exist 10 Years Ago

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11th October 2014

Post reblogged from TRASH KING with 6 notes

bananabeak:

Naruto is ending, Quizilla is shutting down, somewhere in time 13 year old me weeps.

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8th October 2014

Photo reblogged from Cosmic Tea with 15 notes

sammorz:

Hey Qt’s! At the start of November I’m having a cholecystectomy to remove my gallbladder and my collection of massive gallstones. While it’s not a big deal, I’m going to have an almost 2 month recovery and I want to take it easy.  In the meantime, though I’m sick as hell, I have plenty of time to draw all sorts of things in between my current commissions/workload. The base prices are to cover the Paypal service charge and so I’m not literally working for nothing heh. I’m looking for more simple things to draw but I’m definitely open to any and all ideas but remember-The more generous you are the more generous I’m willing to be with extra characters, backgrounds, etc [:  Contact me via email:zomgsami@gmail.com!

sammorz:

Hey Qt’s! At the start of November I’m having a cholecystectomy to remove my gallbladder and my collection of massive gallstones. While it’s not a big deal, I’m going to have an almost 2 month recovery and I want to take it easy.  In the meantime, though I’m sick as hell, I have plenty of time to draw all sorts of things in between my current commissions/workload. The base prices are to cover the Paypal service charge and so I’m not literally working for nothing heh. 

I’m looking for more simple things to draw but I’m definitely open to any and all ideas but remember-The more generous you are the more generous I’m willing to be with extra characters, backgrounds, etc [:  Contact me via email:zomgsami@gmail.com!