Last Nowhere on the Right

angelicdiaspora:

butseriouslyy:

koenisser:

gentle reminder that cleopatra’s beauty is rumored to have started wars in ancient history

gentle reminder that people are evolving to be more and more attractive

gentle reminder that your beauty probably would have started at least 2 wars by now if you lived in 30 BC

wat a gently delivered compliment thank u

Especially with our almost-full mouths of teeth, relatively few poxmarks, and low levels of lead in our bloodstreams.

commonwealthofpennsylvania:

Pennsylvania Dutch Hex Signs
(I’m going to type what’s on the photo. Just in case yous don’t want to click to zoom. uwu lazy butts))
The Pennsylvania Dutch were actually Germans. Their “hex signs” were painted on barns, carved into furniture, and hammered on to utensils. They were thought to bring luck, love, and abundance. and ward off misfortune such as fire and lightening. Hex signs were originally called “sech circles,” because the first ones all included six-pointed star in a circle. The Pennsylvania Dutch call them “Hexerie” or “Jinks”. They are usually painted in bright colors. These designs are just a few.
The Unicorn Hex:  Strength and courage to strive for your goals; virtue; love; faith, hope and charity.
The Six-Pointed Lobe Hex: All the kinds of love, and protection of them.
The Lucky Star Hex: Each color symbolizes luck, in many things: lucky in love, lucky in fortune, lucky in friendship, lucky in your job, etc. Also protection against fire. 
The Oak Leaf Hex: Strength in body, mind, and character. The scalloped border represents smooth sailing in life.
The Health Hex: Protection of your health from all disease. The various diseases are represented by different colors in the rosette.
The Distlefink Hex: Good Luck, love, and happiness. Often put on new houses: insures a happy household, especially if it has a blue background. The tulips mean faith, hope, and charity.
The Triple, Five-Pointed Star of Luck, Love, and Happiness Hex: Also strong protection against fires.

commonwealthofpennsylvania:

Pennsylvania Dutch Hex Signs

(I’m going to type what’s on the photo. Just in case yous don’t want to click to zoom. uwu lazy butts))

The Pennsylvania Dutch were actually Germans. Their “hex signs” were painted on barns, carved into furniture, and hammered on to utensils. They were thought to bring luck, love, and abundance. and ward off misfortune such as fire and lightening. Hex signs were originally called “sech circles,” because the first ones all included six-pointed star in a circle. The Pennsylvania Dutch call them “Hexerie” or “Jinks”. They are usually painted in bright colors. These designs are just a few.

  • The Unicorn Hex:  Strength and courage to strive for your goals; virtue; love; faith, hope and charity.
  • The Six-Pointed Lobe Hex: All the kinds of love, and protection of them.
  • The Lucky Star Hex: Each color symbolizes luck, in many things: lucky in love, lucky in fortune, lucky in friendship, lucky in your job, etc. Also protection against fire. 
  • The Oak Leaf Hex: Strength in body, mind, and character. The scalloped border represents smooth sailing in life.
  • The Health Hex: Protection of your health from all disease. The various diseases are represented by different colors in the rosette.
  • The Distlefink Hex: Good Luck, love, and happiness. Often put on new houses: insures a happy household, especially if it has a blue background. The tulips mean faith, hope, and charity.
  • The Triple, Five-Pointed Star of Luck, Love, and Happiness Hex: Also strong protection against fires.
so-i-did-this-thing:

killerweasel:

Newt’s costume to be auctioned off.
I bet that’s going to be expensive, but at least I can get a better look at it.

THE REFERENCE IMAGE WE ALL NEEDED LIKE A YEAR AGO

so-i-did-this-thing:

killerweasel:

Newt’s costume to be auctioned off.

I bet that’s going to be expensive, but at least I can get a better look at it.

THE REFERENCE IMAGE WE ALL NEEDED LIKE A YEAR AGO

allinablur:

LE LABYRINTHE DES RÊVES : a collection of melodies inspired by the novel The Night Circus. [listen]

Time: 49 min

* Cover art: [1] [2] [3]

naariel:

Eris?? Goddess of chaos strife and discord?? more like Goddess of animated hairporn jesus lord just look at it.

missblackwood:

sexual preference: men in expensive suits with protective instincts

officialannakendrick:

when you feel the first cramp

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mariejacquelyn:

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Hoooooly smokes

piranhapunk:

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Twenty-five years and three days later, reality takes a tip from fiction and charts “Weird Al” Yankovic’s new album Mandatory Fun at number one, with over 100,000 sales during it’s first week. In his 31 year long career, with 14 studio albums to his name, this is the first time he’s hit the top- and the first comedy album by ANY artist to hit #1 since 1960! Congratulations, Al! image

James Newton Howard - Ouverture
281 plays

gea-gaia:

Lady in the Water - Ouverture

James Newton Howard - The Great Eatlon
121 plays

filmscore:

The Great Eatlon” by James Newton Howard

Lady In The Water

philcoulson:

CREEP. - spooky covers. and I know it’s true, that visions are seldom all they seem.

stand by me (ben e. king cover) - mona
everybody wants to rule the world (tears for fears cover) - lorde
devil town (daniel johnston cover) - bright eyes
all along the watchtower (bob dylan cover) - bear mccreary
bad moon rising (creedence clearwater revival cover) - mourning ritual
imagine (beatles cover) - a perfect circle
creep (radiohead cover) - scala & kolancy brothers
love is blindness (u2 cover) - jack white
once upon a dream (disney cover) - lana del rey
all you need is love (beatles cover) - the flaming lips
anyone’s ghost (the national cover) - silver swans
the man who sold the world (david bowie cover) - nirvana
feeling good (nina simone cover) - muse
hurt (nine inch nails cover) - johnny cash

dragonzair:

This is for Jess, who’s pretty much been a co-pilot of sorts the past few weeks and whom I’ve known since the Parks fandom. She surprised me by getting me the Pacific Rim novel, and I am forever grateful <3

dragonzair:

This is for Jess, who’s pretty much been a co-pilot of sorts the past few weeks and whom I’ve known since the Parks fandom. She surprised me by getting me the Pacific Rim novel, and I am forever grateful <3