Fem Shepard by DanaiKitti
Roy Mustang can go cry in a corner, because it’s the blondes of FMA that have the most fun (and the best weapons).
Olivier Mira Armstrong, Winry Rockbell, and Riza Hawkeye, respectively.
This was made with cut paper and painted gouache accents, plus some digital type/tinkering.
If I weep, it is because I am overcome with beauty.
#the aperture science computer aided enrichment center would like to kindly ask you to not break the laws of physics during your testing period #if you feel the need to wreak such existential mayhem #please equip the patented singularity proof aperture science communication device to document your excruciating demise #friends and family will be awarded with a complementary plaque for your contribution to Science
about my sister driving our super old red toyota off a cliff
and landing in the back yard of some unsuspecting person
who used a crane to put us back up on the road
We know that babies to enter REM sleep (dream state sleep) because we can see their eyes twitch as they sleep.
In fact they spend over half their time in REM sleep! Way more than adults.
But what do they dream about?
But they lack the head space and the ability to imagine themselves as the heroes of baby adventures, or to dream of toys.
Vivid dreams start at age 7 and 8, when the child can become self-aware, and know that she/he is a person.
In fact, the amount of self awareness— understanding that they would be the same person even if they had a different name, for example — strongly correlates with the amount of plot structure in that child’s dreams.
I think children have vivid dreams a lot earlier because I still remember a dream I had when I was 4 where I was strapped down to a mad scientist’s table and was about to be experimented on.
Reading through the comments, a lot of people report back having vivid dreams at 4 or 5. Perhaps this theory is wrong after all.
burialatsky asked: Bloody Mary
or Snow White?