Seitan's Minion

strxxcorp:

That’s some deep shit right there.

strxxcorp:

That’s some deep shit right there.

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creeproll:

I’ve literally been laughing at this for the past five minutes

creeproll:

I’ve literally been laughing at this for the past five minutes

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itscolossal:

Installed earlier this month in the Bahamas, “Ocean Atlas" by Jason deCaires Taylor depicts a young Bahamian girl carrying the weight of the seas. It is the largest sculpture ever deployed underwater and is built from special concrete that promotes the growth of coral and marine life in an attempt to draw diving tourists away from more sensitive areas nearby.

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abbydraws:

a cozy art for a stormy weather.

abbydraws:

a cozy art for a stormy weather.

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pixelbabes:

when a mutual unfollows you first

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so then you unfollow them right back

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“That’s the problem with putting others first; you’ve taught them you come second.”

read that, again. 

things I need to beat into my brain

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Anonymous said: So I'm watching the 2005 movie right now and was thinking about the bit in the beginning when Elizabeth tells Darcy that poetry kills love and then says she recommends dancing to encourage affection, well then at the next ball he asks her to dance, obviously to show affection. So I'm 100% convinced that if she hadn't said that he would have written her poems and I'm DYING to know what a Darcy love poem sounds like.

lovingprideandprejudice:

garrulus:

lovingprideandprejudice:

OH MY GOSH you’re right!!!!!!!!!!!! Someone, anyone, help us out!!!! LBD!Darcy would be so cute and robotic and cheesy, but I have no idea what regency!darcy would sound like. AHHHH!!!!!

Roses are red,

Violets are blue,

Honey is sweet,

This is a charming house.

Spot on and perfect.

“Isn’t it time to acknowledge the ugly side? I’ve grown quite weary of the spunky heroines, brave rape victims, soul-searching fashionistas that stock so many books. I particularly mourn the lack of female villains — good, potent female villains. Not ill-tempered women who scheme about landing good men and better shoes (as if we had nothing more interesting to war over), not chilly WASP mothers (emotionally distant isn’t necessarily evil), not soapy vixens (merely bitchy doesn’t qualify either). I’m talking violent, wicked women. Scary women. Don’t tell me you don’t know some. The point is, women have spent so many years girl-powering ourselves — to the point of almost parodic encouragement — we’ve left no room to acknowledge our dark side. Dark sides are important. They should be nurtured like nasty black orchids.”
— Gillian Flynn (via rabbitinthemoon)

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