things your friends will say if you’ve made a good pun:
- get out
- fuck you
- shut the fuck up
- oh my god why
- you need to stop
- you’re not funny
- that was terrible
Winter House - Fragile Shelter Project Hidemi Nishida Studio
"This project is a temporary shelter in the wild winter forest. It leads people to gather, and number of events happened there. Sometimes, local student makes a party at there and sometimes local kindergarten children came there and had a lunch. This is a cozy base for winter activities. "
inktober, day ????
ink, colored pencil, and gouache on colored paper
when your friend reblogs + tags something for you before even seeing that you’ve already reblogged it yourself
my brand image is strong
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The Microphones · The Glow Pt. 2
Fairy Princess by Haeji Lee
In anticipation of winter, the Fairy Princess gathers her animal friends and reads to them magical fairytales.
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you can just call us daoine sídhe, or the sídhe, no need for the plural. though there are many different types, sídhe is an umbrella term, so it’s fairly safe to use as an catchall. I even use it as a catchall for fey cultures aside from that of the Irish and Scottish, but I have personal reasons for that and I’m going to assume you’re asking about the Irish specifically.
first things first, unless you’re studying like…the Leabhar Gabhála or Irish mythology and history in general (which won’t at all be specifically about the sídhe, and which you’d likely be bored by unless you’re actually Irish or are an anthropology fan), your best bet is probably just to read collected stories from particular regions of Ireland—whatever region you’re the most interested in. There’s a lot of information out there and I can’t recommend a single book specifically because tbh most of my knowledge comes from firsthand experience or folk beliefs taught to me by my godmother and grandmother and from Appalachian Scotch-Irish culture. Just be aware that if a book was recorded after Christian exposure, the more likely it is to be functioning as a syncretic bridge between indigenous culture and Christian colonialism—not necessarily a bad thing, and of course very useful works like the Leabhar Gabhála are guilty of this, but it’s something to note. Keep in mind also that when you seek out collections of folk stories and experiences with sídhe that they are recorded from a human perspective and all relationships and dealings with them vary a lot in their nature, so don’t treat them necessarily as an objective source.
I hope that helps! Honestly I’d be able to help you and talk with you a lot more about it if you came of anon, but this is the best I can do for now without spending time making research lists for you or something lol