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spiritsdancinginthenight:

♥♥♥  ○My boy with Bastet○  ♥♥♥


ladymoondesigns:

New additions to my left upper arm, thanks to Leigh at Hellfire Tattoo Studio, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.


natgeofound:

Welts, scars of beauty, pattern the entire back of a Nuba woman in Sudan, 1966.Photograph by Horst Luz, National Geographic Creative


comic-chick:

wombattea:

sizvideos:

How to catch an emu - Video

LET ME TELL YOU A THING

THIS IS A LEGIT THING

THIS IS LITERALLY WHAT PEOPLE DO TO GET EMUS TO COME CLOSE

Apparently you lie on the ground on your back and move your arms and legs.

And the emus are very curious and come over like, “The fuck is that.”

And that’s literally what it is. They come over wondering what the fuck you’re doing

This might be my favorite piece of information I have ever learned.



yummyinmytumbly:

Beer Battered Fish and Chips w/ Spicy Remoulade




iam-swag-yusra:

Elegancebeautt



colourthysoul:

Gustave-Claude-Etienne Courtois - Hercules at the Feet of Omphale (1912)


defunctfashion:

Court Dress | c. 1860-65

The combination of court dress and the 1860s crinoline makes for a most splendid garment. Dress worn to court was the most elaborate and expensive ensemble in a lady’s wardrobe. This example characterises the rich embellishment of this type of dress, decorated with hand and machine embroidery, ribbons and silk gauze. Although presentations at court took place during the day, the arms and shoulders were bare as in evening dress. In addition to a skirt worn over a very large crinoline, a train extending for several metres was an essential feature of court dress. Young debutantes would spend hours practising how to curtsey and walk backward in such an elaborate ensemble before their first presentation at court.


People will stare. Make it worth their while → Krikor Jabotian Haute Couture | S/S ‘14



thedevilstongue:

AHHHHHHHHHHH



I'll put the kettle on then...
I'm a veterinary student in Hungary, and this is a taste of all that interests me.





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