cheekrub:

When interesting characters or the ones you love barely get any screen time.

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boltonsrepairshop:

IS THAT A GIF IN A GIF IN A GIF

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fiorellacogliandro:

Some sketches about “The Bremen town musicians” I did weeks ago. Drawing the brigand’s dinner was pretty fun!

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waveofemotions:

I NEVER WANT THIS POST TO END

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rosewindow:

*scans sky for flying men*

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neckiedeep:

gottagofast666:

no description needed

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connor-sexonlegswithahat-temple:

escapingthefarm:

spookyweenie:

the cat’s expression

HUMAN! You have finally learned how to hunt!  After I had given up all hope - you have finally learned!  This is the best gift ever!  WE SHALL FEAST TONIGHT. 

WE SHALL FEAST TONIGHT. 

connor-sexonlegswithahat-temple:

escapingthefarm:

spookyweenie:

the cat’s expression

HUMAN! You have finally learned how to hunt!  After I had given up all hope - you have finally learned!  This is the best gift ever!  WE SHALL FEAST TONIGHT. 

WE SHALL FEAST TONIGHT. 

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Here we have it; my dream crossover!! (Tagging shorelle because look I did the thing!!)

My casting: Ishamael - Joe, Demandred - “Nice Guy” Eddie, Asmodean - Mr. Pink, Lanfear - Mr. White, Semirhage - Mr. Blonde, Be’lal - Mr. Blue, Balthamel - Mr. Brown, and for special reasons, Rand - Mr. Orange.

fashionsfromhistory:

State Bed

c.1689

British 

In the style of Daniel Marot, this bed was made for Thomas, Baron Coningsby (1656–1729), for Hampton Court, Herefordshire, where it remained until 1925. The curtains, counterpane, headcloth, and some of the trims are modern copies of the originals. (MET)

MET

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Tags: me likey stuff

drwholvr:

101st-analborne:

fallbeil:

mugenstyle:

eccecorinna:

wrathofprawn:

for those not in the know, night witches were russian lady bombers who bombed the shit out of german lines in WW2. Thing is though, they had the oldest, noisiest, crappest planes in the entire world. The engines used to conk out halfway through their missions, so they had to climb out on the wings mid flight to restart the props. the planes were also so noisy that to stop germans from hearing them combing and starting up their anti aircraft guns, they’d climb up to a certain height, coast down to german positions, drop their bombs, restart their engines in midair, and get the fuck out of dodge.
their leader flew over 200 missions and was never captured.

how the fuck is this not taught in every single history class ever



pilots (◡‿◡✿) 
girl pilots (◕‿◕✿)
girl pilots killing nazis ✧・゚: *✧・゚:* \(◕ヮ◕✿)/ *:・゚✧*:・゚✧

But, remember, women never did anything in history.

I’m reblogging this again. Always reblogging. Always

drwholvr:

101st-analborne:

fallbeil:

mugenstyle:

eccecorinna:

wrathofprawn:

for those not in the know, night witches were russian lady bombers who bombed the shit out of german lines in WW2. Thing is though, they had the oldest, noisiest, crappest planes in the entire world. The engines used to conk out halfway through their missions, so they had to climb out on the wings mid flight to restart the props. the planes were also so noisy that to stop germans from hearing them combing and starting up their anti aircraft guns, they’d climb up to a certain height, coast down to german positions, drop their bombs, restart their engines in midair, and get the fuck out of dodge.

their leader flew over 200 missions and was never captured.

how the fuck is this not taught in every single history class ever

pilots (◡‿◡✿) 

girl pilots (◕◕✿)

girl pilots killing nazis ✧・゚: *✧・゚:* \(◕◕✿)/ *:・゚✧*:・゚✧

But, remember, women never did anything in history.

I’m reblogging this again. Always reblogging. Always

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"Suddenly Perrin saw what Berelain had dropped. The blanket had fallen away to reveal Rand’s sword and the belt with the Dragon buckle. Would Rand have left that behind? Perrin liked to think things, through; when you were hasty, you could hurt people without meaning to. But that sword lying there was like a strike of lightning. Fast was foolish, and sloppy, in forge work, but Perrin’s hackles rose, and a growl rumbled deep in his throat.

"They have taken him!" Sulin wailed suddenly, shockingly. Head thrown back, eyes squeezed shut, she moaned at the ceiling, and the sound of her voice was enough to make Perrin shiver. "The Aes Sedai have taken my first-brother!" Her cheeks glistened with tears."

Lord of Chaos (chapter 53, “The Feast of Lights”)

It’s well established by this point that the Maidens treat Rand like a son or their brother. This influences the way they talk to him and fuss about his wellbeing. But rereading this passage, I realised that for Sulin - and likely for the others, too - this doesn’t just mean that she interacts with Rand like he’s her brother, but also that she feels about him the way she would about a brother.

Sulin’s devastated at Rand’s kidnapping, not due to political reasons or because the fate of the world depends upon him, but simply because he’s family. The Aes Sedai have taken my first-brother! This is personal.

I can’t hear the sound of her voice, but her words alone are enough to make me shiver.

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crownedrose:

Today is so exciting for a ton of fellow palaeontologists, students, researchers, and myself… Dreadnoughtus has finally been published!

The video above gives you guys a bit of history to where this titanosaur was discovered back in 2005. Almost ten years later and it’s finally gone public! With a name like Dreadnoughtus, it’s hard not to want to run around saying its awesome name.

These fossils spent a lot of time being excavated out of the matrix they were found in; around 4 years with multiple labs working tirelessly to clean and repair them. We had to get it done at least in some sort of quick time, right? With such a huge specimen, a lot of man power is required!

I’m so proud and happy for everyone involved that we can now share this gorgeous dinosaur to the public! It’s MASSIVE. The fossils are just mind blowing to look at, and now we continue to move forward with its preservation, education, and further research. It’ll be going back to Argentina next year.

You can read the article about Dreadnoughtus here on Drexel University’s website, and the scientific paper on Nature.com (which some super awesome people I know worked on).

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