1. 11:45 17th Sep 2014

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    Reblogged from ladystarscream13

    space-bridge-to-nowhere:

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    Happy birthday, G1 cartoon!

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  2. 01:20

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    beagmactire:

werewolfoverlord12:

beagmactire:

silhouettesandsails:

ursulavernon:

thefutureisbroken:

doctorcakeray:

clevercheshire:

corseque:

smw006:

This looks like the type of horse that will lure you onto his back and then carry you into a lake.

#fairy tales

So is this horse is planning to drown me? I no longer trust beautiful horses. 

I would go with this horse.

"Eric, don’t drown her. I shouldn’t have to add ‘please’ when its about not drowning my friends, dude."

Hello! I am 100% Real Horse! Not Kelpie, ha ha, nope, REAL HORSE. Don’t believe the Kelpie hype. That’s what THEY want you to believe. I have made a YouTube video about the Kelpie Conspiracy! Get on my back and I’ll take you to the comment section.

beagmactire, can’t remember if it’s the Tithe series, or “The Blue Girl”, but uhhh… Remind you of anything?

There’s a Kelpie in Tithe…but not majorly expanded upon, kind of a weird sort of digression about death though. I had been writing a faerie story a few years ago with a kelpie…and he was actually pretty fucking cool.
You got a couple of demon horse faeries though.
Kelpies are usually all black with demon eyes and lure people after them, also rare to see them outside of their body of water. (mythos speaking anyway)
Njuggle, which is Icelandic, is a nasty little bastard who will act like he’s lost so that you’ll catch him and get on his back, then turn into demon pony and run away to his lake and drown you. They’re nasty as hell. 

Trying to remember, but wasn’t there also a Scottish creature that, unlike the Kelpie who usually went after men, this demon horse had a thing for the ladies.
can’t recall what it’s name was though…

The Gancanagh is one of the only Scottish fey I know of that preys specifically on women, but as a beautiful man. 
Kelpies are actually non-preferential, just most folklore references men because women are smarter than to follow a fucking horse into a lake. :P Though there are some versions that actually detail them taking the shape of a man to lure women, though they’re easier caught that way because they cannot change their hair from seaweed.
Phookas steal children and wreak havoc, and have horse bodies…but they’re more troublemakers than killers.

The Gancanagh, that was it. I remember reading something about one of those beings having taken a woman, and her father and brother catching it as it emerged from the lake and killing it.
as for the Kelpies, most of the stories i’d found said they usually went after men and changed their forms to that of beautiful women; thank you for expanding my knowledge though.
EDIT: actually on second thought i don’t that was the horse creature… hmm… have to find the article again…

    beagmactire:

    werewolfoverlord12:

    beagmactire:

    silhouettesandsails:

    ursulavernon:

    thefutureisbroken:

    doctorcakeray:

    clevercheshire:

    corseque:

    smw006:

    This looks like the type of horse that will lure you onto his back and then carry you into a lake.

    So is this horse is planning to drown me? I no longer trust beautiful horses. 

    I would go with this horse.

    "Eric, don’t drown her. I shouldn’t have to add ‘please’ when its about not drowning my friends, dude."

    Hello! I am 100% Real Horse! Not Kelpie, ha ha, nope, REAL HORSE. Don’t believe the Kelpie hype. That’s what THEY want you to believe. I have made a YouTube video about the Kelpie Conspiracy! Get on my back and I’ll take you to the comment section.

    beagmactire, can’t remember if it’s the Tithe series, or “The Blue Girl”, but uhhh… Remind you of anything?

    There’s a Kelpie in Tithe…but not majorly expanded upon, kind of a weird sort of digression about death though. I had been writing a faerie story a few years ago with a kelpie…and he was actually pretty fucking cool.

    You got a couple of demon horse faeries though.

    Kelpies are usually all black with demon eyes and lure people after them, also rare to see them outside of their body of water. (mythos speaking anyway)

    Njuggle, which is Icelandic, is a nasty little bastard who will act like he’s lost so that you’ll catch him and get on his back, then turn into demon pony and run away to his lake and drown you. They’re nasty as hell. 

    Trying to remember, but wasn’t there also a Scottish creature that, unlike the Kelpie who usually went after men, this demon horse had a thing for the ladies.

    can’t recall what it’s name was though…

    The Gancanagh is one of the only Scottish fey I know of that preys specifically on women, but as a beautiful man. 

    Kelpies are actually non-preferential, just most folklore references men because women are smarter than to follow a fucking horse into a lake. :P Though there are some versions that actually detail them taking the shape of a man to lure women, though they’re easier caught that way because they cannot change their hair from seaweed.

    Phookas steal children and wreak havoc, and have horse bodies…but they’re more troublemakers than killers.

    The Gancanagh, that was it. I remember reading something about one of those beings having taken a woman, and her father and brother catching it as it emerged from the lake and killing it.

    as for the Kelpies, most of the stories i’d found said they usually went after men and changed their forms to that of beautiful women; thank you for expanding my knowledge though.

    EDIT: actually on second thought i don’t that was the horse creature… hmm… have to find the article again…

    (Source: whiteangelxoxo)

     
  3. 00:46

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    Reblogged from beagmactire

    beagmactire:

silhouettesandsails:

ursulavernon:

thefutureisbroken:

doctorcakeray:

clevercheshire:

corseque:

smw006:

This looks like the type of horse that will lure you onto his back and then carry you into a lake.

#fairy tales

So is this horse is planning to drown me? I no longer trust beautiful horses. 

I would go with this horse.

"Eric, don’t drown her. I shouldn’t have to add ‘please’ when its about not drowning my friends, dude."

Hello! I am 100% Real Horse! Not Kelpie, ha ha, nope, REAL HORSE. Don’t believe the Kelpie hype. That’s what THEY want you to believe. I have made a YouTube video about the Kelpie Conspiracy! Get on my back and I’ll take you to the comment section.

beagmactire, can’t remember if it’s the Tithe series, or “The Blue Girl”, but uhhh… Remind you of anything?

There’s a Kelpie in Tithe…but not majorly expanded upon, kind of a weird sort of digression about death though. I had been writing a faerie story a few years ago with a kelpie…and he was actually pretty fucking cool.
You got a couple of demon horse faeries though.
Kelpies are usually all black with demon eyes and lure people after them, also rare to see them outside of their body of water. (mythos speaking anyway)
Njuggle, which is Icelandic, is a nasty little bastard who will act like he’s lost so that you’ll catch him and get on his back, then turn into demon pony and run away to his lake and drown you. They’re nasty as hell. 

Trying to remember, but wasn’t there also a Scottish creature that, unlike the Kelpie who usually went after men, this demon horse had a thing for the ladies.
can’t recall what it’s name was though…

    beagmactire:

    silhouettesandsails:

    ursulavernon:

    thefutureisbroken:

    doctorcakeray:

    clevercheshire:

    corseque:

    smw006:

    This looks like the type of horse that will lure you onto his back and then carry you into a lake.

    So is this horse is planning to drown me? I no longer trust beautiful horses. 

    I would go with this horse.

    "Eric, don’t drown her. I shouldn’t have to add ‘please’ when its about not drowning my friends, dude."

    Hello! I am 100% Real Horse! Not Kelpie, ha ha, nope, REAL HORSE. Don’t believe the Kelpie hype. That’s what THEY want you to believe. I have made a YouTube video about the Kelpie Conspiracy! Get on my back and I’ll take you to the comment section.

    beagmactire, can’t remember if it’s the Tithe series, or “The Blue Girl”, but uhhh… Remind you of anything?

    There’s a Kelpie in Tithe…but not majorly expanded upon, kind of a weird sort of digression about death though. I had been writing a faerie story a few years ago with a kelpie…and he was actually pretty fucking cool.

    You got a couple of demon horse faeries though.

    Kelpies are usually all black with demon eyes and lure people after them, also rare to see them outside of their body of water. (mythos speaking anyway)

    Njuggle, which is Icelandic, is a nasty little bastard who will act like he’s lost so that you’ll catch him and get on his back, then turn into demon pony and run away to his lake and drown you. They’re nasty as hell. 

    Trying to remember, but wasn’t there also a Scottish creature that, unlike the Kelpie who usually went after men, this demon horse had a thing for the ladies.

    can’t recall what it’s name was though…

    (Source: whiteangelxoxo)

     
  4. 00:14

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  5. 21:36 16th Sep 2014

    Notes: 544

    Reblogged from bibliophilicwitch

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    nevertrustaduck:

The Throne of Glass series by Sarah J. Maas (aren’t they majestic?)

*quietly adds to reading list*

    nevertrustaduck:

    The Throne of Glass series by Sarah J. Maas (aren’t they majestic?)

    *quietly adds to reading list*

     
  6. 20:53

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    stunningpicture:

Turns out that dragons are real and they come from South Africa (Latin name ‘Smaug gigantaeus’)

    stunningpicture:

    Turns out that dragons are real and they come from South Africa (Latin name ‘Smaug gigantaeus’)

     
  7. 12:52

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    Reblogged from breelandwalker

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    belladonnaswitchblog:

halloweencrafts:

DIY  Potion and Spell Book Tutorial from Better After. This is a really good tutorial using plastic toys, glue gun, cardstock and paper towels. This FIY is based on a tutorial by SEEING THINGS - my favorite Halloween Blog that had great printables and tutorials and is now DEAD & GONE. This is why if I see a printable I like, I don’t wait unitl later to download it.

~This would also be a nice tutorial for an actual spell book instead of just a decoration. 

    belladonnaswitchblog:

    halloweencrafts:

    DIY  Potion and Spell Book Tutorial from Better After. This is a really good tutorial using plastic toys, glue gun, cardstock and paper towels. This FIY is based on a tutorial by SEEING THINGS - my favorite Halloween Blog that had great printables and tutorials and is now DEAD & GONE. This is why if I see a printable I like, I don’t wait unitl later to download it.

    ~This would also be a nice tutorial for an actual spell book instead of just a decoration. 

     
  8. 02:11

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  9. 23:35 15th Sep 2014

    Notes: 1823

    Reblogged from l0st-girl

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    lexiii-dropdead:

"Your mother did not raise you with a wolf in your chest so you could howl over losing a man" (quote by: @inkskinned)
I couldn’t pass up doing something with this marvelous quote.

beagmactire

    lexiii-dropdead:

    "Your mother did not raise you with a wolf in your chest so you could howl over losing a man"
    (quote by: @inkskinned)

    I couldn’t pass up doing something with this marvelous quote.

    beagmactire

     
  10. 23:31

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    Reblogged from sylladruid

    singing-hope:

    wild-guy:

    Courage the Cowardly Dog: Last of the Starmakers

    This episode made me cry unmanly tears