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frvt:

this is how i would want my wikipedia article to end

frvt:

this is how i would want my wikipedia article to end

laughhard:

This is religion in a nut shell

laughhard:

This is religion in a nut shell

I would like Martin Scorsese to be interested in a female character once in a while, but I don’t know if I’ll live that long.
Meryl Streep pulling weeds (via shehulksout)

(Source: tarntino)

unclefather:

this is the scene of the crime

unclefather:

this is the scene of the crime

(Source: memewhore)

The Prince of Egypt songs (in order of appearance).

(Source: mvlans)

brainstatic:

Just remember that The Amazing Atheist is a guy whose misogyny got him driven out of Reddit. I’ll say that again: this is a man who displayed a level of misogyny that caused Redditors to go “you’ve crossed a line and you should leave.”

zozi-in-wonderland:

twin-city-ankh-and-morpork:

(x)

Discworld Meme; Three/Three Romantic Relationships

Lady Sybil Ramkin and Commander Samuel Vimes

The city wasa, wasa, wasa wossname. Thing. Woman. Thass what it was. Woman. Roaring, ancient, centuries old. Strung you along, let you fall in thingy, love, with her, then kicked you inna, inna, thingy. Thingy, in your mouth. Tongue. Tonsils. Teeth. That’s what it, she, did. She wasa … thing, you know, lady dog. Puppy. Hen. Bitch. And then you hated her and, and just when you thought you’d got her, it, out of your, your, whatever, then she opened her great booming rotten heart to you, caught you off bal, bal, bal, thing. Ance. Yeah. Thassit. Never knew where where you stood. Lay. Only thing you were sure of, you couldn’t let her go. Because, because she was yours, all you had, even in her gutters… (…)

And then it arose and struck Vimes that, in her own special category, she was quite beautiful; this was the category of all the women, in his entire life, who had ever thought he was worth smiling at. She couldn’t do worse, but then, he couldn’t do better. So maybe it balanced out. She wasn’t getting any younger but then, who was? And she had style and money and common-sense and self-assurance and all the things that he didn’t, and she had opened her heart, and if you let her she could engulf you; the woman was a city.

And eventually, under siege, you did what Ankh-Morpork had always done - unbar the gates, let the conquerors in, and make them your own.”

                - Terry Pratchett, “Guards! Guards!”

best

pointless-letters:

Tom: a man lost in a changed world. Who still has access to a pen and some stamps.
(with many thanks to AmyLynam2 over on Twitter for sending this one in!)

pointless-letters:

Tom: a man lost in a changed world. Who still has access to a pen and some stamps.

(with many thanks to AmyLynam2 over on Twitter for sending this one in!)

How manipulative is Margaery? Is it all about playing the angles or is there like, some deep heart in there, too? What’s her motivation? (x)

(Source: rubyredwisp)

inspired by (x)

(Source: katnissverdeen)

maggieblueberry:

dead-people-cant-stand:


Hi, my dad’s cousin showed me this picture taken of my great great grandmother (in the middle holding the kid) and her children, taken around 1910. We’re not sure whether the baby they’re surrounding is alive or not (funeral or baptism??) and I was wondering if you could shed some light! Thanks!

Hello! The picture is grainy, but from what I can make out of the child, it appears to be wearing a floral crown, which is usually associated with funerals. As well, they didn’t hold baptisms outside, so that is another reason for it being a funeral.
If there is anyway to clean up the picture a bit, it would be a good idea. But seek a professional, and see if they will do it digitally, as opposed to touching the actual, physical picture.
Thanks for submitting it :)

Thanks for the response! That’s so cool. =)
(For those tuning in at home, woman in the middle is my great great grandmother Emma Homoczcowski, and the tall woman to her left is my great grandmother Emily, who was the oldest of twelve children.)

maggieblueberry:

dead-people-cant-stand:

Hi, my dad’s cousin showed me this picture taken of my great great grandmother (in the middle holding the kid) and her children, taken around 1910. We’re not sure whether the baby they’re surrounding is alive or not (funeral or baptism??) and I was wondering if you could shed some light! Thanks!

Hello! The picture is grainy, but from what I can make out of the child, it appears to be wearing a floral crown, which is usually associated with funerals. 
As well, they didn’t hold baptisms outside, so that is another reason for it being a funeral.

If there is anyway to clean up the picture a bit, it would be a good idea. But seek a professional, and see if they will do it digitally, as opposed to touching the actual, physical picture.

Thanks for submitting it :)

Thanks for the response! That’s so cool. =)

(For those tuning in at home, woman in the middle is my great great grandmother Emma Homoczcowski, and the tall woman to her left is my great grandmother Emily, who was the oldest of twelve children.)

meloetta:

why do they always showcase ‘bullies’ in cartoons as being some punk with a mohawk like

when was the last time you saw a cool guy in a leather jacket not minding his own business it’s usually some basic asshole in a graphic tee that has something to say

attack-of-the-feels:

have you ever started reading a book and just put it down and thought “i have read better fiction by fifteen-year-olds with microsoft word and a fanfiction.net account”

(Source: astrotheology)

awkwardnarturtle:

i-mahu:

There’s two types of anger one is dry and the other wet and basically wet anger is when your eyes water and your voice shakes and I hate that cause I feel weak when I’m crying while angry I like dry anger when your face is like stone and your voice is sharp I guess wet anger shows that you care too much and dry anger means you’re done.

This is the best description ever