SUPERWHOLOCKI'D ~SimplyNerdilicious

Flo is the name. I am also known as Indil or "She who Shines".

This is a blog about pretty men and silly things.
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We are so excited to celebrate our 1 year bunniversary with all of our wonderful followers and awesome tumblr. community, as well as with the whole internet world! We want to show our love and appreciation by doing a giveaway with 3 winners chosen randomly. And the BEST PART about this giveaway? We will donate up to $100 USD to House Rabbit Society if this post reaches 1000 notes! 

We know many people who want to help and support wonderful causes, like raising awareness for breast cancer, ALS disease, or saving the Earth’s natural resources! Everyone has a cause that they stand behind and is close to their heart, but not everyone has extra money to give. We understand that, which is why we will be donating in the name of the 1st place winner of our Bunniversary Giveaway! If anyone wants to donate to HRS, you can do so here. Is there something better to donate other than money? Yes, your time! We encourage you to volunteer at ANY local animal shelter/rescue, not just rabbit specific. You can make an impact just by giving up a couple hours a week/month to spend time with homeless pets.

Other ways you can help support great causes is to use the power of your words and voice! People often underestimate the power of your voice, just by sharing information on the internet and in your daily life, you can make a difference! Plant a seed, and watch it grow =)

Bunniversary Giveaway Prizes:

1st place winner will receive a T-shirt of their choice from Cottontail Studios. They are a wonderful organization that donates 50% of their profits towards many rabbit shelters/rescues in the U.S. That means by buying one of their awesome shirts, we will be supporting rabbit rescues everywhere! A donation will also be made in the winner’s name to our local HRS Chapter that we support heavily because of Emilee.

2nd place winner will receive a this adorable tote bag courtesy of Cottontail Studios. (Thank you for helping us out Larissa!!)

3rd place winner will receive a postcard of the happy bunny couple, Nugget & Emilee.

Bunniversary Giveaway Rules:

1. You must be a follower 

2. You must like AND reblog this post

3. Giveaway ends on August 25, 2014 @ 12PM EST (no more entries/notes will be counted after that)

We will choose 3 winners at random and post their tumblr user names on the blog on August 25, 2014. Winners will receive messages for their contact information (If we don’t hear from you within 3 days, we will randomly pick other winners for prizes)

Good luck and thank you again for supporting this blog! We hope to continue raising awareness for house rabbits and promoting shelters & rescues everywhere!

UPDATE: We need more notes in order to raise more funds to House Rabbit Society and make a difference! I also want to split the funds with Bunya who is trying to raise funds for Georgia House Rabbit Society. They have some rabbits that recently needed medical attention and are improving now, but still need money to maintain their shelter bunnies’ health. The bunniversary giveaway is still going on and we have 24 hours to raise more funds! We can do this, together <3 

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Black Forest, photos by me


This photo was taken over 20 years ago by Todd Robertson during a KKK rally in northeast Georgia. One of the boys approached a black state trooper, who was holding his riot shield on the ground. Seeing his reflection, the boy reached for the shield, and Robertson snapped the photo.

I think the officer’s expression says it all. This child standing before him is being taught how to hate even though he doesn’t understand it. He probably doesn’t understand the difference between this and Halloween.

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…and so I dyed my hair for the first time in my life!!!

I dyed some of my dreads red, so now I can have striped hair. My friend Alice (on the left) made them.

It feels so weird but I love them!



The Dragon - Aleksandr Mushkin

Come to Mama!

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My blog is up and alive again and here comes a new post with W.I.P. of the house banners for my friends’ wedding! Go take a look!


It’s so funny that I stumbled upon this article this morning, because I woke up irrationally livid at Facebook anyway. Why? Because for a while now, I feel like FB has been closing me in a box, and unless I play by their rules, I am losing access to the people who want to be reached by me.  

I have almost a million followers on FB. But I reach a very small percentage of people with every post on average. And this isn’t by my fans’ choice. Not a day goes by when I don’t see comments like, ‘Hey why am I not getting your updates anymore?” I’m helpless to explain exactly why, but I have a good inkling.

In order to scale with the number of people we collect on our accounts, FB has had to implement technology to filter our feeds. Because they’ve learned that “social” media is just that, and we can’t just dump people when we get bored with them or want to move on in life. So the FB algorithm filters my content based on how many likes people make on the things I share. (Because closing people into interest pockets makes it easier to make money on them, I get it.)

So how do I, as an individual, fight this type of “downgrading” of certain types of content I share? Well, I could cater to the algorithm more. I could do this by sharing things I know will be popular!

Easiest way to do that? Share pictures of my face, my body and things based on my appearance. 

This sucks.

Yes, I guess this is human nature to give feedback on our appearances, that’s why we’re swimming in a world of selfies. But because our new virtual statuses are built on this type of feedback, it is training us to output things that will be popular, and that, in turn, tells women that achieving high statuses online means sharing things about their looks. To the detriment of anything else. Or else get buried and excised from the people around you. In a sense, we’re hostage to the algorithm.

Who thinks this is a good thing?!

And I think this is more than just about my own online engagement, it’s about FB specifically. I see way less of this on other platforms, this filtering of “everything but the most reinforced” content. FB is training people to feed the algorithmic machine with things that will please the most mainstream. Reinforcing the median taste level. I think this methodology is marginalizing people who think out of the box, closing them in enclaves of people who only like exactly what they like. Trapping us in our own echo chambers of reinforcement, where we’re not influencing or being influenced by opposing thoughts. And in addition, we’re being tricked into believing that our small worlds are much bigger than they really are in the grand scheme of things.

Neither of these things is helping anyone’s reality.

I don’t think it’s healthy. Or good for us as a society. I think the internet is an amazing place, where you can connect with people who are like you, and be accepted when you don’t feel accepted in real life, but the drive to make money and clean up the platform to scale properly is not helping us, it’s taking the good things about what the internet can do to the opposite extreme. 

Don’t look for my account to share more selfies than usual, or pictures of me in cute outfits. That’s not my style. Look for me to share the exact same stuff I always do.

Unfortunately, you might have to go way out of your way to look at all. 

Loki just almost strangled himself on a curtain he usually plays with, the poor thing’s heart is racing…