Nymbler is the smart baby name guide that responds to your personal taste. Just choose a few names that appeal to you or let Nymbler offer ideas. Then press “Find Names” and Nymbler will start using its expert knowledge to brainstorm names tailored to fit your style.
Guys, this is a GREAT resource to use for choosing a name for your character if you have a lot of names you were considering but none of them “feel right”. You input up to six names at once and the site searches for names with similar characteristics.
You can also use feminine names to search for masculine names (and the other way around), block names you don’t like so they don’t appear again, save names you like, and use non-names as names!
Need some last-minute Halloween costume inspiration? Here you go.
cosplay at its funniest
It’s funny to dress up as Muslim women and disparage another’s culture? How very classically white.
They’re…… they’re ghosts….
Vines on Stained Glass
This church is visible from my daily commute, allowing me to watch the vines change color and time a photo outing to the peak of their redness.
Another beautiful photo from one of the talented contributors over at Frogman’s Light School, Jake Barber.
Where does your tongue stay when you’re not speaking? If you’re an English-speaker, it’s behind the top front teeth. If you’re a Russian-speaker, it’s on the bottom of your mouth, lying flat.
I JUST FREAKING CONSCIOUSLY CHECKED AND TRIED TO MAKE IT LAY FLAT BUT NO, IT’S SERIOUSLY AT THE TOP OF MY MOUTH. I DON’T LIKE THIS
Imagine Bucky, still trying to figure out who he is, finding out where Steve lives. He thinks Steve is going to be afraid of him after what he’s done, so he stays hidden. When Steve leaves to go out for coffee with Nat, or when he goes to the grocery store, Bucky goes into Steves house. He’s careful not to move anything, but sometimes he leaves fingerprints in dust. He looks at old photographs, old newspaper clippings, sometimes he has a glass of milk and a cookie from the old jar on top of the fridge. They’re just the way Steve’s mom made them, and they bring back memories.
He makes sure to only take a few, and always leaves without disrupting any pictures or furniture. Natasha, being observant as she is, sees the signs way before Steve does. Pictures moved slightly, food missing, dirty dishes in the sink that Steve didn’t use, finger prints in the dust. It doesn’t take her long to figure out who it is. She doesn’t tell Steve.
One night Steve wakes up, goes to the bathroom, and decides he wants a glass of water. He goes into the kitchen and flicks on the light. Bucky is standing in the kitchen, eyes wide like a deer in the headlights. His hand is stuck inside of the cookie jar, and he’s got a cookie in his mouth.
Steve nearly faints.