constant-instigator:

annabelle-rose:

http://www.pinterest.com/pin/164240717634789275/
These nail polish flowers are absolutely amazing!

Oh cool! What a great use for polish colors I never wear.

constant-instigator:

annabelle-rose:

http://www.pinterest.com/pin/164240717634789275/

These nail polish flowers are absolutely amazing!

Oh cool! What a great use for polish colors I never wear.

(via upperstories)

nthhn:

ninelivespussy:

FIRST KISS: We asked twenty strangers to kiss for the first time…

"What’s your name again?"

I love this a lot

(via sunpat)

tuggysaurusrex:

finally a bandaid product for me

tuggysaurusrex:

finally a bandaid product for me

(Source: nostopdasgay, via owlapin)

virtual-artifacts:

Dagger with zoomorphic hilt, made in India in the 2nd half of the 16th century. (Source 1 2)

(via swagtasticswaggiemcswaggyswag)

baruyon:

(゚Д゚≡゚Д゚)

baruyon:

(゚Д゚≡゚Д゚)

dangerhamster:

desertislanddream:

beckie0:

This headline and article had me fuming. They focus the readers attention on appearance again - rather than the good the person (in this case, Anne) is doing. I think it’s disgusting how newspapers pick us up on little details such as our makeup - rather that just report good deeds. Does anyone remember seeing the articles about the actress who saved people from drowning, yet all they focused on was her nipples that slipped out as she pulled them from the water?
Stop focusing on appearance and forming your articles in such a fashion to gain attention, it belittles the good that others do.

We really need to mention her lack of make-up? Really? She flew to Tennessee to spend the day with patient’s in a children’s hospital. Let’s focus on that.

That’s a Daily Mail headline so I’m not in the least bit surprised anymore. DM are the good folks who have brought you headlines such as “Too Few Women in top jobs mean firms are forced to promote females” and “why women become less bitchy as they get older” (both actual headlines)

dangerhamster:

desertislanddream:

beckie0:

This headline and article had me fuming. They focus the readers attention on appearance again - rather than the good the person (in this case, Anne) is doing. I think it’s disgusting how newspapers pick us up on little details such as our makeup - rather that just report good deeds. Does anyone remember seeing the articles about the actress who saved people from drowning, yet all they focused on was her nipples that slipped out as she pulled them from the water?

Stop focusing on appearance and forming your articles in such a fashion to gain attention, it belittles the good that others do.

We really need to mention her lack of make-up? Really? She flew to Tennessee to spend the day with patient’s in a children’s hospital. Let’s focus on that.

That’s a Daily Mail headline so I’m not in the least bit surprised anymore. DM are the good folks who have brought you headlines such as “Too Few Women in top jobs mean firms are forced to promote females” and “why women become less bitchy as they get older” (both actual headlines)

(via creaturology)

ART HISTORY MEME || [2/6] themes or series or subjects: Venice, Italy

(via madamateur)

genaphur:

High in the mountains of southwest China live the members of the Mosuo Tribe, widely-thought to be the last matriarchal society in the world. With 40,000 residents residing in villages alongside the pristine Lugu Lake, the people of this “Kingdom of Women” have no words in their language for “husband” or “father”. Women make all major decisions, own all land and dwellings, and maintain sole custody of the children born into their society.Most importantly, the women of the Mosuo tribe practice a zuo hun, or “walking marriage,” which means that after they are initiated at the age of 13 women may take as many lovers as they wish throughout their lifetime. Any resulting children are raised by the women of the tribe and men are all referred to as “Uncles.” Paternity is never discussed or questioned.

genaphur:

High in the mountains of southwest China live the members of the Mosuo Tribe, widely-thought to be the last matriarchal society in the world. With 40,000 residents residing in villages alongside the pristine Lugu Lake, the people of this “Kingdom of Women” have no words in their language for “husband” or “father”. Women make all major decisions, own all land and dwellings, and maintain sole custody of the children born into their society.

Most importantly, the women of the Mosuo tribe practice a zuo hun, or “walking marriage,” which means that after they are initiated at the age of 13 women may take as many lovers as they wish throughout their lifetime. Any resulting children are raised by the women of the tribe and men are all referred to as “Uncles.” Paternity is never discussed or questioned.

(via tsunpoop)

mucholderthen:

Incredible view of Antarctica with sea ice at its maximum, in the month of September [on September 21, 2005], made from the data taken by the AMSR-E instrument, a device designed to capture temperatures and sea ice concentration onboard NASA’s Aqua satellite.

(source)

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Large Vase with Flowers (1880-1888)
Josep Mirabent

Large Vase with Flowers (1880-1888)

Josep Mirabent

(Source: detailsdetales, via angelwangs)

onirism:

Marianne Stokes
The Young Girl and Death, c.1900 

onirism:

Marianne Stokes

The Young Girl and Death, c.1900 

(Source: v3l3nomortale, via angelwangs)

elosers:

when the teacher goes too fast when you’re writing

(Source: barrackolli, via its-fcked-up)

bahbumplug:

when u put on a song u like at a party that no one knows

image

(Source: wowchicken, via its-fcked-up)

molebucks:

lovely-dna:

molebucks:

treat me like a college textbook. spend lots of money on me but never touch or look at me

no. treat me like your favorite book. keep me by your side, touch my every page, learn all my twists and turns, remember every word I say, even the ones that make you cry

*4-second-long fart noise*

(via tabbyborym)

erikjonesart:

WIP shot of the newest piece for the thinkspace-gallery show March 1st

erikjonesart:

WIP shot of the newest piece for the thinkspace-gallery show March 1st

(Source: erikjonesart, via yeule)

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