hahahahahahhahaha fuck all y’all I’m done for tonight imma so shit on my personal blog.
Tumblr 101: How Tags work!
- Only the first 5 tags count.
- Start with the important tags (ex. show name, actor name, artist name).
- If you’re the kind of person who fangirl like there’s no tomorrow
like mein their tags, save that until the end.
- Don’t tag your hate, that’s rude, childish and immature.
the first five tags of new (i.e. not reblogged) posts will only show up in tracked tags. however, you can have up to 24 tags (? i think that’s the right number. please correct me if i’m wrong) of up to 140 characters each (after that tumblr will automatically cut off the tag with an ellipses), and those will still show up on your blog (and on your dashboard) for personal organization (or commentary) purposes.
Actually only the first TWENTY (20) tags will work for organizational purposes, but the total number of tags that will actually publish is THIRTY (30).
So for example, I just made a post and put forty tags on it. Here’s what will happen:
- Only the first five (5) will show up in tracked tags
- Only the first twenty (20) will cause the post to show up in the tag on my blog (i.e. surrexi.com/tagged/tag)
- Only the first thirty (30) will actually publish; the rest will disappear into the ether
THIS MEANS THAT:
- You have to prioritise things you want to show up in tracked tags first, and you only get FIVE TAGS, so you have to choose carefully.
- You have a further fifteen tags (in addition to the first five) that will count when you/your visitors browse the tags on your blog (so if you have a “mine” tag or a “resources” tag or a variation thereof, it’s best to put that in right after the tracked tags).
- To know how many tags you have to use for FEELS etc, subtract the number of tags you’ve already made from 30. (So, for example, if I make a post with five “tracked” tags, a “stuff i made” tag, and four organizational tags, I have 20 tags left for my feelings, ten of which will be purely for decoration.)
- And of course, all of your tags must be under 140 characters.
Leonardo DiCaprio cut his hand while the cameras were rolling on the set of Django Unchained and kept moving through the scene, never breaking character, and his real-life bloodied hand made it into the final version of the film. During one take of that scene, DiCaprio unintentionally slammed his hand into glass, creating a gash that later required stitches. But that didn’t stop him from doing his job. As his hand bled quite visibly, DiCaprio kept going, even using the hand as a new dramatic prop. At one point he smears his bloodied hand over Broomhilda’s face in an act of evil dominance. And Broomhilda (Kerry Washington) looks horrified as he does it. (Perhaps Washington wasn’t acting!) And that was the take that director Quentin Tarantino kept in the film. (Source)
this man really wants his goddamn oscar