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smokingcrackcocaine:

bandsareprettyrad:

courgegirl-messed-up:

One of my favorite quote of Malcolm in the middle.

Happy birthday to me

My bday every year

smokingcrackcocaine:

bandsareprettyrad:

courgegirl-messed-up:

One of my favorite quote of Malcolm in the middle.

Happy birthday to me

My bday every year

“Sometimes I can hear my bones straining under the weight of all the lives I’m not living.”

Jonathan Safran Foer, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (via exoticwild)

contra-indication:

ultrafacts:

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"Cole once hosted a party in which the attendees discovered that they all had the word "bottom" in their surname."
This man is my hero.
He’s like a Monty Python character.

contra-indication:

ultrafacts:

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"Cole once hosted a party in which the attendees discovered that they all had the word "bottom" in their surname."

This man is my hero.

He’s like a Monty Python character.

toastyhat:

23devil:

ultrafacts:

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marriage is fucked up

slightlyfrumiousbandersnatch

dondaario:

the only news from poland you will ever need

dondaario:

the only news from poland you will ever need

sixpenceee:

In 1889, the year of Adolf Hitler’s birth, Franz von Stuck painted “The Wild Chase”, which depicts Wotan (major god of Germanic polytheism) on horseback leading a procession of the dead. The painting has become infamous for its disturbing resemblance to Hitler.




It’s said Adolf Hitler saw this painting at thirteen and he was fascinated by Wotan, and later had this painting taken from the museum and placed in a special gallery.
Franz von Stuck was Hitler’s favorite painter from childhood on and the art of Franz von Stuck dominated Hitler’s childhood imagery (according to Robert Waite’s book The Psychopathic God: Adolph Hitler).
Robert Waite wrote: “Hitler was said to have copied his mustache, hair style, and oratorical style from the painting.”

sixpenceee:

In 1889, the year of Adolf Hitler’s birth, Franz von Stuck painted “The Wild Chase”, which depicts Wotan (major god of Germanic polytheism) on horseback leading a procession of the dead. The painting has become infamous for its disturbing resemblance to Hitler.

It’s said Adolf Hitler saw this painting at thirteen and he was fascinated by Wotan, and later had this painting taken from the museum and placed in a special gallery.

Franz von Stuck was Hitler’s favorite painter from childhood on and the art of Franz von Stuck dominated Hitler’s childhood imagery (according to Robert Waite’s book The Psychopathic God: Adolph Hitler).

Robert Waite wrote: “Hitler was said to have copied his mustache, hair style, and oratorical style from the painting.”

renownedmonarchthequeen:

ancientpeoples:

Terracotta plate 
The man is riding a Rooster and touches the bird on the neck. This plate was meant as a love gift. 18.7cm in diameter (7 3/8 inch.) 
Greek, Attic, Archaic period, 520 - 510 BC. 
Source: Metropolitan Museum

if there’s one thing I know my dash appreciates it’s a man riding a massive cock

renownedmonarchthequeen:

ancientpeoples:

Terracotta plate 

The man is riding a Rooster and touches the bird on the neck. This plate was meant as a love gift. 18.7cm in diameter (7 3/8 inch.) 

Greek, Attic, Archaic period, 520 - 510 BC. 

Source: Metropolitan Museum

if there’s one thing I know my dash appreciates it’s a man riding a massive cock

dermythosdessisyphos:

wewillavenge-it:

nickiminiall:

isn’t it weird that we pay money to see other human beings?

Are you talking about prostitution, the movies, or airplane tickets?

glasses

platoapproved:

I know that Voldemort made Harry his horcrux by accident, but he did Nagini on purpose, so you CAN do living-thing horcruxes intentionally, which got me thinking.  Isn’t the idea of two dark wizards who are siblings or friends or lovers or whatever who kill two people and become one another’s horcruxes, so they dream the same dreams and can possess one another and if either of them dies, they don’t, because a part of them is in the other?