I just wanted to know how she got such smoky eyes. Turns out it was an STD rash.

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"If I was bound for hell let it be hell. No more false heavens. No more damned magic. You hate me and I hate you. We’ll see who hates best."

The Wide Sargasso Sea, Jean Rhys (via kassapti)

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Natalie Dormer as Cressida in Mockingjay - Part I

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lordzuuko:

Let’s take a moment to appreciate how amazing Asami is in this scene. She is a nonbender along with powerful benders at this very moment but she was the first one to throw herself out there to take that guard down. She doesn’t have bending but she showed you just how powerful she is even without it. Never mess with Asami Sato. 

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icecoldnukacola:

i’m cute as hell, which is incidentally where i came from

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theoutersun:

fig. 9 - The earth is a sphere because that is the most perfect mathematical shape and all heavenly bodies are perfect. (Pythagoras, Ancient Greek)

The Outer Sun is an ongoing series illustrating human ideas about the cosmos.

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#space tag#q

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Lighters of the Vietnam War

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”’Put down your Lederhosen’ cried the rival fans in stadiums since the mid 1970s onwards, especially in western Germany. The response of the team was intelligent, humorous and essentially Bavarian: they put their Lederhosen and wore with pride on the field before the start of the match. 

This defiance was known as “Mia san mia”, “we are who we are” in the Bavarian dialect. This mantra supports a solid confidence as stone and belief in their own strength, the primary ingredients for the famous “winner DNA” Bayern. But it also means independence, tolerance and justice, which go hand in hand with typical Bavarian life. 

Since then, “Mia san mia” became our motto because, above all, we are very proud of who we are and represent to the world.”

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ghoulinski:

pro of watching football: very athletic men
con of watching football: lots of plot holes & very little character development

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"that corpse you planted last year in your garden,
has it begun to sprout? will it bloom this year?
or has the sudden frost disturbed its bed?"

t.s. eliot, the waste land  (via mirroir)

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