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hitlervevo:

i wanna know the story behind this

thatsonofamitch:

hitlervevo:

i wanna know the story behind this

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tattooworkers:

Tattoo by @flonuttall

tattooworkers:

Tattoo by @flonuttall

tattooworkers:

Tattoo by @flonuttall

tattooworkers:

Tattoo by @flonuttall

I'm sorry to here that you're not feeling so great. I doubt it was an easy decision to make, but only you know what's best for you. I hope you don't feel down for too long and just keep swimming 🐠🐳 (I hope you can see the emojis) take care 😙😙😙

Anonymous

I can’t see the emojis, but thank you for the message, I’ll tough it out just aaaaaaaaa too many things happening at once 

  #Anonymous  
You just broke up? I'm in a tough situation and I might end up doing the same thing. I'm occupying myself by burning all the anime I can think of so I can lay in bed and watch it..

Anonymous

Yeah, I’ve been marathoning Nodame Cantabile, its really hard. We were together for a long time, and it was a really healthy and happy relationship, we were just getting more distanced from each other, and we were going to go long distance again so I decided to call it off…

  #Anonymous  

“Što Te Nema?” (“Why Are You Not Here?” in Bosnian) is a public monument created as a response to Europe’s worst atrocity since World War II: the systematic killing of more than 8, 000 Bosniak men and boys in the UN-protected safe area of Srebrenica and the surrounding areas in Bosnia and Herzegovina in July of 1995.

“Što Te Nema?” translates into English as both, “Why are you not here?” and “Where have you gone?”. The title is borrowed from an old Bosnian song about waiting and longing for a loved one.

“Što Te Nema?” is collectively assembled and disassembled by people on city plazas and squares on the anniversary of Srebrenica genocide each year. The public participates by placing small, porcelain coffee cups on the ground and filling them with Bosnian coffee prepared on the spot throughout the day. The thousands of small porcelain coffee cups called fildžani are continuously collected and donated by Bosnian families all over the world. Their number increases each year, roughly corresponding to the growing number of bodies found, identified and buried to date.

"A Feast For The Eyes" Naomi Campbell by Steven Meisel for US Vogue December 1996

"A Feast For The Eyes" Naomi Campbell by Steven Meisel for US Vogue December 1996

urbankoi:

気分が悪いちゃん

urbankoi:

気分が悪いちゃん

I LOVE YOUR BLOG SOOOO SO MUCH OMG COULD YOU DRAW A COMIC INVOLVING MERMAIDS AND MAYBE A DRAGON FOR ME


floccinaucinihilipilificationa:

I HAVE THE HEADCANON THAT DRAGONS THINK THAT MERMAIDS ARE SUPER COOL BECAUSE THEY LIVE IN WATER AND STUFF

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madamecuratrix:

cimetiere-chanson:

European Men’s Coat. 1815.

I need a replica of this, stat.

madamecuratrix:

cimetiere-chanson:

European Men’s Coat. 1815.

I need a replica of this, stat.

zorak2:

boyfrirend: “im going to take you to the sexiest restaurant in town…”

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rosanitida:

BABY store, Paris.Just because I am almost 2m tall with these shoes on, haha.The dress is self-made + wearing a Moitie choker around my waist.

rosanitida:

BABY store, Paris.
Just because I am almost 2m tall with these shoes on, haha.
The dress is self-made + wearing a Moitie choker around my waist.

grubsludge:

funk-dabble:

littleleahlamb2k14:

grubsludge:

bury me in armor so I’ll be ready for the skeleton war

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ready

why is his fricking chest uncovered? that’s ppor planning right there

what are you gonna do?

stab a skeleton in the heart?