This is what goes on in my head. 24/7. It never stops. I love to read. I love pictures that make you think, ones that don't. But I love books so much. I love quotes that have meaning. Or something may just seem very badass to me and I like it. Simple as that. Never look for a pattern to what I post, just for the fact I thinking about it that day.


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deathpoolquinn:


Avengers assemble

Robert’s fucking chair

deathpoolquinn:

Avengers assemble

Robert’s fucking chair

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nativeamericannews:

Differences between the REAL Pocahontas and the Disney’s version http://bit.ly/IoKQbl

nativeamericannews:

Differences between the REAL Pocahontas and the Disney’s version http://bit.ly/IoKQbl


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rakatakat:

LOOK AT THESE COLOSSAL FUCKIN LEMONS FROM THE TREE MY BROTHER HAS PEED ON EVERY DAY SINCE HE WAS LIKE 5 YEARS OLD

im laughing/crying i dont want any more messages about this listen up you fucks apparently pee makes citrus plants grow well he learned this from a movie called the world’s fastest indian it is a very good movie starring sir anthony hopkins a highly inspirational film you will be compelled to purchase a lemon tree sapling and see a man about a dog on it every day for the rest of your life and you will be blessed with lemons the size of footballs. yes we ate the pee lemons.

rakatakat:

rakatakat:

LOOK AT THESE COLOSSAL FUCKIN LEMONS FROM THE TREE MY BROTHER HAS PEED ON EVERY DAY SINCE HE WAS LIKE 5 YEARS OLD

im laughing/crying i dont want any more messages about this listen up you fucks apparently pee makes citrus plants grow well he learned this from a movie called the world’s fastest indian it is a very good movie starring sir anthony hopkins a highly inspirational film you will be compelled to purchase a lemon tree sapling and see a man about a dog on it every day for the rest of your life and you will be blessed with lemons the size of footballs. yes we ate the pee lemons.

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when you’re sitting alone in class

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All men must die, but we are not men. 

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They say pain is an illusion, this is just a bruise and you are just confused, but I am only h u m a n.”

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Romanov Birthdays → Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna of Russia, October 17

The Grand Duchess was born on 17 October 1853 to Alexander II, the Emperor of Russia, and his wife, Empress Maria Alexandrovna of Russia. After losing their first daughter just four years before, her parents were thrilled when they had a second daughter, Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna of Russia, because they had so missed having a little girl. While devoted to both parents, she was particularly close with her father.
Grand Duchess Maria was introduced to Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh, the second son of Queen Victoria, by the Princess of Wales and the Tsesarevna of Russia during a family holiday in Denmark in 1871. The Princess and Tsesarevna were sisters and Danish princesses. Maria and Alfred married on 23 January 1874 at the Winter Palace, St. Petersburg. The marriage, however, was not to become a happy one, and the bride was thought haughty by London Society. 
Marie had a dislike of life in England. She never got on with Queen Victoria, finding her court dull, in contrast to court of St. Petersburg. In retaliation for the quarrel over precedence, Marie attempted to upstage her mother-in-law by wearing jewels that surpassed those of the queen. She also had a dislike of English weather, and deeply distrusted the British Parliament, convinced that the institution was dangerous and radical.
Marie was in England when she received the news on March 1st, 1881, that her father had been assassinated by a terrorist group on his way home to the Winter Palace, and that consequently her eldest surviving brother had become Tsar Alexander III. Alfred and Marie traveled to St. Petersburg for the funeral. Upon her husband’s ascension to the Ducal throne, the Grand Duchess Marie Alexandrovna became Duchess of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, in addition to being Duchess of Edinburgh. She thoroughly enjoyed being in Coburg, having yearned to leave England.
In 1894, Marie’s eldest brother, Tsar Alexander, died tragically of nephritis, aged forty-nine, leaving his twenty-six year-old son as Tsar Nicholas II. Alfred and Marie, yet again, traveled to Russia for an imperial funeral. Alfred and Marie’s only son, also named Alfred, attempted suicide in 1899. Although the attempt failed, he died of complications a couple of weeks later. The elder Alfred died of cancer in July of 1900. World War I broke out in August of 1914. In February of 1917, Marie’s Romanov relatives in her Russian homeland were overthrown. Marie died just three years later in October 1920 in Zürich, Switzerland.

historyofromanovs:

Romanov Birthdays → Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna of Russia, October 17

The Grand Duchess was born on 17 October 1853 to Alexander II, the Emperor of Russia, and his wife, Empress Maria Alexandrovna of Russia. After losing their first daughter just four years before, her parents were thrilled when they had a second daughter, Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna of Russia, because they had so missed having a little girl. While devoted to both parents, she was particularly close with her father.

Grand Duchess Maria was introduced to Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh, the second son of Queen Victoria, by the Princess of Wales and the Tsesarevna of Russia during a family holiday in Denmark in 1871. The Princess and Tsesarevna were sisters and Danish princesses. Maria and Alfred married on 23 January 1874 at the Winter Palace, St. Petersburg. The marriage, however, was not to become a happy one, and the bride was thought haughty by London Society.

Marie had a dislike of life in England. She never got on with Queen Victoria, finding her court dull, in contrast to court of St. Petersburg. In retaliation for the quarrel over precedence, Marie attempted to upstage her mother-in-law by wearing jewels that surpassed those of the queen. She also had a dislike of English weather, and deeply distrusted the British Parliament, convinced that the institution was dangerous and radical.

Marie was in England when she received the news on March 1st, 1881, that her father had been assassinated by a terrorist group on his way home to the Winter Palace, and that consequently her eldest surviving brother had become Tsar Alexander III. Alfred and Marie traveled to St. Petersburg for the funeral. Upon her husband’s ascension to the Ducal throne, the Grand Duchess Marie Alexandrovna became Duchess of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, in addition to being Duchess of Edinburgh. She thoroughly enjoyed being in Coburg, having yearned to leave England.

In 1894, Marie’s eldest brother, Tsar Alexander, died tragically of nephritis, aged forty-nine, leaving his twenty-six year-old son as Tsar Nicholas II. Alfred and Marie, yet again, traveled to Russia for an imperial funeral. Alfred and Marie’s only son, also named Alfred, attempted suicide in 1899. Although the attempt failed, he died of complications a couple of weeks later. The elder Alfred died of cancer in July of 1900. World War I broke out in August of 1914. In February of 1917, Marie’s Romanov relatives in her Russian homeland were overthrown. Marie died just three years later in October 1920 in Zürich, Switzerland.

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i can’t tell if this is a girl doing female to male makeup and just put on lipstick and eyemakeup or if this is a guy who put on makeup

Either way you look at it, they have a sweet stache and deserve a high five

I am so lost

fernacular:

attack-on-cheekbones:

righteouskungfu:

officersneepsnop:

i can’t tell if this is a girl doing female to male makeup and just put on lipstick and eyemakeup or if this is a guy who put on makeup

Either way you look at it, they have a sweet stache and deserve a high five

I am so lost

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bloomin-eck:

efferescent:

remember when a girl from my school wore a dress the same color as the green screen at prom

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oh yes

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her date did too

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That is actually kind of awesome. 

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