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nargyle:

Some scribbles of The Piemaker because I’ve been marathoning Pushing Daisies again 

nargyle:

Some scribbles of The Piemaker because I’ve been marathoning Pushing Daisies again 

defenseoftheancients replied to your post:lately I’ve felt a little cynical about shipping…

what’s a QC

QC stands for the webcomic questionable content but I don’t like to call it that because it implies more questionableness than it really has

lately I’ve felt a little cynical about shipping as a thing but

my QC ship might be a thing

wait I’m on the last episode of steven universe? whoops

I didn’t realize..

all together (first name, middle name, and confirmation name) my name just screams ”totally going to be a nun” 

not that i want to be a nun.. necessarily….. but my name

thatu replied to your post:thatu replied to your post:it is OFFICIALLY st….

She does. My grandma named her after the saint, though I don’t remember the exact reason right now because my aunt is named Ana of Fatima but that’s because she was born on the saint’s day, while, my mom was born in July.

I’m glad she knows. so cool, omg

thatu replied to your post:it is OFFICIALLY st. therese of lisieux’s feast…

Trivia: My mom’s name is literally Porutuguese for Rose of Lisieux.

DOES SHE KNOW SHE LITERALLY HAS THE BEST NAME?????

it is OFFICIALLY st. therese of lisieux’s feast day, which means any roses you see become 7000x more meaningful

everyone should be so happy to speak with me today.

sermoveritas:

Words by St. Therese:
"Jesus is a hidden treasure, an inestimable good which few souls can find, for it is hidden, and the world loves what sparkles."

sermoveritas:

Words by St. Therese:

"Jesus is a hidden treasure, an inestimable good which few souls can find, for it is hidden, and the world loves what sparkles."

I’m trying to watch steven universe again and I still don’t like the show but every single thing about rose is right up my alley so I”m going to persevere and watch this show

I never approve of characters named rose but this one is great. except the dead thing but you know

I wanted to call home today but I ended up having to do stuff and I couldn’t siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigh

naisusato replied to your post:[[MOR] i’m in such a bad mood I want to yell…

u can yell & cry at me if u want, i’m in a bad mood too anyway, so there’s not much to ruin, hahaha

I’m not even sure how I would do it or what I would say but your offer is tempting nonetheless

artemisfowlstolemysoul:

asgardreid:

bathsabbath:

redsuns-n-orangemoons:

titanswithnoprivateslivein221b:

leviswaxedass:

dahniwitchoflight:

leviswaxedass:

disneydamselestelle:

scottylubemeup:

THIS WAS A CHILDRENS MOVIE

A CHILDRENS BIBLE MOVIE

( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) Amen

FUN FACT: in hebrew, “feet” is a euphemism for genitals.

so if you ever see “washing feet” in the bible, it, uh. yeah.

(source is my old bible class textbook which i don’t have on me anymore :( )

HOLY SHIT WHAT

I MEAN CORRECT ME IF IM WRONG BUT I SWEAR TO GOD I REMEMBER READING A STORY IN THE BIBLE WHERE JESUS CLEANED THE ‘FEET’ OF A LADY PROSTITUTE INFRONT OF HIS TWELVE DISCIPLES WHO GOT SERIOUSLY GROSSED OUT. THEM GETTING REALLY SUPER GROSSED OUT BY THAT NEVER MADE SENSE TO ME UNTIL NOW.

JESUS CHRIST JESUS.

YOU NASTY.

#WHAT ARE YOU SUPPOSED TO DO WHEN JESUS IS THE ONE WHO NEEDS JESUS

THAT HASHTAG I”m—-—

WHAT

jesus has his feet washed and anointed by a woman a), he washed the feet of his disciples b) and the bible has been translated c)

Okay. I have seen this so many times and I’m about to lose my shit.

The Bible, being largely prose and poetry often employs euphemisms when discussing subjects that were sensitive at the time. UNHEARD OF I know, but bear with me. Sometimes it refers to penises as columns, but if you genuinely believe every time the Bible mentions a column it means dick, you’re sorely mistaken. Feet in Hebrew texts are pretty flexible, “to water the feet” is to piss, to “sleep at someone’s feet” could mean intercourse, AND HEY SOMETIMES WASHING OF THE FEET IS LITERALLY WASHING OF THE FUCKING FEET.

FURTHERMORE. The Bible is comprised of different books, written by different people, in different languages, and those languages have different words with different meanings. The books of John and Luke, where most of the feet washing occurs, were written in Greek, not Hebrew.

Aside from that, let’s shut the hell up and look at the context:

If you have ever had to walk over dirt and sand in sandals, then you know how uncomfortable and dirty your feet would be after a day’s journey. Your sandals are made of animals skins, so they would be utterly filthy and never worn inside. It was customary for the lowest servant of the household to then wash your feet so you’re not tracking mud throughout the house. And if you’re expecting guests, it was a sign of love and respect to wash their feet once they entered your home.

So yeah, it’s either group hand jobs (which seems TOTALLY PLAUSIBLE for devout Jewish teenagers in antiquity) or it was an act of humility and devotion. It was a demonstration of being a servant to your fellow man. It was shocking, not because it was sexual in nature but because he put himself on the floor, a position reserved for the lowest in servitude.

Like, if you legitimately believe he was going around and bathing people’s genitals I don’t even know what to do with you Tumblr. I don’t evennnnnn knowwwwwwwwwwww

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this post made me so fucking mad as a christian omfg thank you so much