Randoms, I like

Aug 21, 2014

lifehacks247:

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Aug 19, 2014

iamnotover:

hungoverandhard-up:

robynjaja:

This is one of the most adorable comics I’ve ever read

I’ve been waiting for this to pop back up on my dashboard.. we are way too hard on ourselves.

YES, EVERYONE!! Read this! You’re wonderful!

(Source: dutchster, via officialfrenchtoast)

Aug 14, 2014

shoulderblades:

tofutits:

This is so FUCKING SCARY

holy shit

(via baelor)

Aug 14, 2014

childrenmilk:

kuuderekitten:

givenchybackpack:

might be the rawest pic I ever seen. and he got a bag of chips in his hand

THIS IS SO FUCKING METAL

With his dreads and his american flag shirt, this is everything

(via casismyman91)

Aug 12, 2014

Be the person Uncle Iroh knows you can be

(Source: mintleaftea, via moriartypie)

Aug 12, 2014

kikaijima:

a redditor recounts the day he met robin williams.

kikaijima:

a redditor recounts the day he met robin williams.

(via casismyman91)

Aug 12, 2014

zumoku:


Ballamoa

I get choked up every time I see art of Team 9.

zumoku:

Ballamoa

I get choked up every time I see art of Team 9.

(via barryusesurf)

Aug 12, 2014

coolchicksfromhistory:

Philippa of Lancaster (1359-1415)
Art by Hannah (tumblr, deviantart1, deviantart2)
The elder sister of Henry IV of England, Philippa was a remarkably well educated woman for her day.  Her tutors included Geoffrey Chaucer, Jean Froissart, and John Wycliffe.  At the age of 26 she married John (João) I of Portugal and became Queen Consort of Portugal.  Their marriage cemented the Anglo-Portuguese Alliance, a pact of friendship that is today the world’s oldest alliance still in force.  
The children of Philippa and John are known collectively as the Illustrious Generation (Ínclita Geração).   Philippa’s oldest surviving child, Edward (Duarte), was a poet and intellectual who succeeded his father and ruled Portugal from 1433 to 1488.  Peter (Pedro das Sete Partidas) travelled extensively through Europe and the Middle East before returning to Portugal to serve as regent for Edward’s son Alfonso.  Henry (Henrique) the Navigator sponsored expeditions that established Portugal as a colonial power.  Isabella married the Duke of Burgundy and was influential in politics.  John (João, O Infante Condestáve) served as Constable of Portugal and secured the throne for his nephew after Edward’s death. Ferdinand became a popular saint in the Portuguese tradition after he died in a Moorish prison, although he was never officially beatified or canonized by the Roman Catholic Church. 
Scholarly and pious, Philippa’s influence reformed the previously licentious Portuguese court.  At the same time that she encouraged peace at home, Philippa encouraged Portugal’s expansion through warfare abroad.  Specifically, she supported the conquest of Ceuta in North Africa, a major port in the spice and gold trades.  Philippa died a month before the conquest of Ceuta.  On her deathbed, she presented her three adult sons with jewel encrusted swords and blesses them for battle.  

coolchicksfromhistory:

Philippa of Lancaster (1359-1415)

Art by Hannah (tumblr, deviantart1, deviantart2)

The elder sister of Henry IV of England, Philippa was a remarkably well educated woman for her day.  Her tutors included Geoffrey Chaucer, Jean Froissart, and John Wycliffe.  At the age of 26 she married John (João) I of Portugal and became Queen Consort of Portugal.  Their marriage cemented the Anglo-Portuguese Alliance, a pact of friendship that is today the world’s oldest alliance still in force. 

The children of Philippa and John are known collectively as the Illustrious Generation (Ínclita Geração).   Philippa’s oldest surviving child, Edward (Duarte), was a poet and intellectual who succeeded his father and ruled Portugal from 1433 to 1488.  Peter (Pedro das Sete Partidas) travelled extensively through Europe and the Middle East before returning to Portugal to serve as regent for Edward’s son Alfonso.  Henry (Henrique) the Navigator sponsored expeditions that established Portugal as a colonial power.  Isabella married the Duke of Burgundy and was influential in politics.  John (João, O Infante Condestáve) served as Constable of Portugal and secured the throne for his nephew after Edward’s death. Ferdinand became a popular saint in the Portuguese tradition after he died in a Moorish prison, although he was never officially beatified or canonized by the Roman Catholic Church. 

Scholarly and pious, Philippa’s influence reformed the previously licentious Portuguese court.  At the same time that she encouraged peace at home, Philippa encouraged Portugal’s expansion through warfare abroad.  Specifically, she supported the conquest of Ceuta in North Africa, a major port in the spice and gold trades.  Philippa died a month before the conquest of Ceuta.  On her deathbed, she presented her three adult sons with jewel encrusted swords and blesses them for battle.  

Aug 11, 2014

rufiozuko:

My August Vlogathon will be on hold today due to the tragic news of the passing of my friend, Robin Williams. You will be missed… 

See you in Neverland.

Aug 11, 2014

faantasmic:

"i’m free."

rest in peace, robin williams.

(via and-at-last-i-see-the-light)

Aug 11, 2014

Randoms, I like

madarbae said: Tobirama + 19 :)

madarbae:

nataly-leyton:

Tobirama (sexy Hokage) for you! 

DAMMMMMNNN THIS IS SO GOOD. I LOVE YOU OMG

Aug 11, 2014

thewintersoldiersbutt:

Marvel in a Nutshell: Iron Man

View More: Captain America, The Avengers, Thor, Thor 2

(via loki-stole-the-blue-box)

Aug 11, 2014

espurrfectt:

Pretty Itachi + 4 for buttachi

(via flowerslut)

Aug 11, 2014

tastefullyoffensive:

'Guardians of the Galaxy' Facts and Trivia [callmeforge]

Previously: 'Guardians of the Galaxy' vs. 'The LEGO Movie'

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Aug 9, 2014

archiemcphee:

Amsterdam-based artist Cedric Laquieze (previously featured here) recently completed a fascinating new series of his exquisite taxidermy Fairies. These delicate sculptures are primarily composed of parts from many different insect species, but if you look closely you’ll notice bones, seeds and even a few scorpion parts as well.

Visit Cedric Laquieze’s blog for many additional images and to check out some of his other enchanting creations.

[via Cedric Laquieze]

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