My answer: giveustheradio
I think your hair is possibly filled with lies, that may be why.
Secrets, Sara. My hair is full of secrets! That’s why it gets so big.
We’ll give that a try and see how it goes. The last time I used Manic Panic was years ago, and it only lasted two days before a rainstorm washed it all out, but that was before I got with using peroxide before color.
I actually told my mom, “If anybody would have an idea, it’s Sara. She dyes her hair like every other week!”
Either the bottle was defective or perhaps if you had previously colored your hair, the new color mixed in with that. We tried coloring my sisters hair red but because she had previously colored it to black before, we were stumped as to why the red wasn't working. Apparently the red dye could only work on virgin hair and not previously color treated hair.
Mom: “Hmm. That makes sense, too.”
Before this attempt, we’d dyed my hair a dark brown (with no bleach) back in…August or July because some of my cosplays for upcoming cons needed my hair brown. Before that, I had the bangs/side chunks red, which we did with the bleach/dye combo.
Assuming for hypothesis that the bottle isn’t defective, maybe those previous dyes affected how much of any red pigment in the dye got abosrbed by my hair this time around? Can that happen?
I’m still trying to figure out how I got this color out of a bottle of supposedly purple dye. (It was ‘NRage Purple Plum. I still have the bottle and it’s still got plenty of dye.) If I was going for a Mako Mori mermaid AU look, I’d love it. But I’m not. Sigh.
Any tips on how to at least even this color out or fix it would be greatly accepted. Mom and I are kind of stumped, which is saying something, because this isn’t our first home dye job.
reblogged your post:
I’m actually grateful that I got that little spoiler before I ever started the game.
If you hadn’t known, I wouldn’t have done a thing to try and warn you. I would’ve encouraged live-texting, actually, and then I would’ve sat back and waited.
And I would have cackled long and loudly when you finally got to the reveal, because I am a terrible person like that sometimes.
Deviantart user MichaelthePure shows us what The Doctor would look like if they were drawn by Tim Burton!
For a moment I was all excited because I thought this was going to be a promo post for some kind of 50th Anniversary Doctor Who-themed Don’t Starve official DLC. D:
I have this very real fear with people I’m friends or more with who I don’t have contact with anyone else around them because what if they die you dig like who will tell me will anyone tell me or will I just be checking obits will I just never know don’t disappear on me
idk shut up shut up
I remember having a conversation about this very topic with a friend of mine way back in my freshman year of high school
(which was…holy shit, twelve years ago, fuck). That thought must be part of the reason I talk as much about my internet friends as my offline friends to my mom (in addition to us having a very good relationship), so that if something shitty happens to me, she can let them know.
Also, I actually did try to write a script about this kind of thing happening—friends who’d only known each other online getting brought together because someone in their group died—but I never got around to finishing it. Maybe I should revisit it. I still remember the basic plot…
I've just started playing Bioshock Infinite! I love it, and I ship Booker and Elizabeth so hard ;___;
My reaction to this kind of thing is always:
“Killed 99 bears”
a fact that if actually accomplished, should be put on a tombstone.
My favorite part is “We hope he has gone to rest.” What, like… they weren’t sure? Maybe, if ever the bear uprising should start again, he would rise from the ground to finish what he started and slay that 100th bear?
Was this man so powerful they are concerned he might not have decided to rest at all and is simply biding his time?
The bears made that tombstone.
A warning, and a prayer.
That he really, truely stays down.
This is too badass not to reblog.
#i had 99 problems and they were all bears so i fucking killed them
Now I’m picturing a post-apocalyptic universe where mankind has been taken over by one that got away, the cybernetic giant Hundredth Bear, and his progeny. And I imagine James T. Whitehead crawling out of the grave, a rifle in one hand and a half-empty bottle of whiskey in the other, with a gleam in his eye that borders on rapturous. He downs the remainder of the whiskey, smashes the bottom off of the bottle, and snarls,
"The hunt is on."
Robin, I think you need to write this. And I think you should start now.
im laughing why is this even buried deep inside windows programming
GUYS GO DO THE THING.
WHY IS THIS EVEN HERE?!
Can’t forget about flourish.mid and town.mid
that was a pleasant surprise
Oh my god what.
I … what?
i finally did this and that was not what I was expecting
It starts out like something out of a late-80’s action movie or something, and then turns into something that belongs in a level from Sonic the Hedgehog 3, then turns into something that belongs in a point-and-click adventure…
And the changes keep going! This is some strange hodgepodge of music here…