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piertotum-locomottor:

little-red-riding-cock:

brispeak:

Post-It Notes from a Stay-At-Home Dad.

These were all very entertaining :P

I love how he calls his wife “permanent roommate”

at least my coworker is hot

(Source: lohanofficial, via tealeaps)

crystalsoulslayer:

grayskiesfashion:

Gareth Pugh - Black Leather Sleeves Silk Chiffon Coat

oh god it’s like the matrix had beautful sex with a fantasy costumer I LOVE IT

(via bloodberryandblazers)

Fairy Pools, Isle of Skye- Western Scotland

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electricsed:

aliceismywonderland:

haleybaley901:

justkody:

pinkcupcake123:

Jacob’s Well - Wimberley, Texas

hey kids let’s all go jump into the pits of hell

This is the scariest thing I’ve ever seen.

People have actually died in Jacob’s Well, but not just from jumping, you’re too buoyant to really go down far.

But Jacob’s Well draws a lot of scuba divers, and some of them have gotten lost and run out of air. Some of the bodies have never even been found, because the underground river that feeds Jacob’s Well is so complex. I find that terrifying.

I’ve been there. You have to be careful because coming back up from too far and you get stuck under rocks trying to find the surface.

Wow look at that giant hole of NOPE.

(via satanlendmeadollar)

tree-talk:

gothiccharmschool:

Pieces from Bloodmilk that I covet so, so much.

Lovely

tree-talk:

gothiccharmschool:

Pieces from Bloodmilk that I covet so, so much.

Lovely

(Source: wylona-hayashi, via satanlendmeadollar)

dovahkief:

One of the most influential game developers of all time everyone

(Source: tessa-matsuoka, via tealeaps)

victoriousvocabulary:

SERENADE
[noun]
1. Music: a complimentary performance given to honour or express love for someone, typically by a man at night under the window of his lover; romantic love songs.
2. Music: an instrumental composition written for a small ensemble and having characteristics of the suite and the sonata.
[verb]
3. to perform a serenade (for).
Etymology: from French sérénade, from Italian serenata, from sereno, “peaceful”, from Latin serēnus, “calm”; also influenced in meaning by Italian sera, “evening”, from Latin sērus, “late”.
[Rodel Gonzalez]

victoriousvocabulary:

SERENADE

[noun]

1. Music: a complimentary performance given to honour or express love for someone, typically by a man at night under the window of his lover; romantic love songs.

2. Music: an instrumental composition written for a small ensemble and having characteristics of the suite and the sonata.

[verb]

3. to perform a serenade (for).

Etymology: from French sérénade, from Italian serenata, from sereno, “peaceful”, from Latin serēnus, “calm”; also influenced in meaning by Italian sera, “evening”, from Latin sērus, “late”.

[Rodel Gonzalez]