flightcastiel:

why are there some lipsticks like $30 please calm down you glorified red crayon

(Source: demonstiell)


contemporaryelfinchild:

Emma Florence Harrison was an English Art Nouveau and Pre-Raphaelite illustrator (my two favorite art styles) and I feel that she could have illustrated the Silmarillion


ablogwithaview:

THE SNARK


ayeforscotland:

poffinbakery:

make this selfie of me n the first minister of scotland the most reblogged image on tumblr dot com

Only if you are voting Yes ;-)

ayeforscotland:

poffinbakery:

make this selfie of me n the first minister of scotland the most reblogged image on tumblr dot com

Only if you are voting Yes ;-)


literaryreference:

equivocationandredherring:

His and Her Royal Highness

Is this real?  

No, it’s a mass hallucination on the part of American children of the ’90s.

(Or a 1995 made-for-TV version of Rogers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella, if you prefer.)

(Source: nobbiedanger)


John Waters’ Cry-Baby (1990)


ART HISTORY MEME; 4 colors:
Mint Green [1/4]

me: halloween is coming soon
mom: it's july
me:
me: halloween is coming soon

scottishcnd:

A convoy of more than 20 military vehicles drove through the centre of Glasgow on the M74 shortly after midnight last night. The convoy included four special lorries which transport Trident nuclear bombs. The convoy was stopped for one hour near Loch Lomond by protestors from Faslane Peace Camp. One climbed on top of a nuclear transporter. Four peace campers were arrested. 
Scottish CND coordinator, John Ainslie, followed the convoy as it drove along the M74 from Hamilton, through the South of Glasgow, then over the Erskine Bridge. Mr Ainslie said, “This is an insult to the people of Glasgow and the rest of Scotland. Only 10 weeks before we vote on whether to be independent, the UK Government have sent this massive convoy of Weapons of Mass Destruction through the centre of Scotland’s largest city. The convoy was probably carrying six Trident bombs, each one seven times more powerful than the bomb which destroyed Hiroshima in 1945. This should be taken as a clear reminder of why people need to vote Yes - to rid Scotland of these horrific nuclear weapons.” 

scottishcnd:

A convoy of more than 20 military vehicles drove through the centre of Glasgow on the M74 shortly after midnight last night. The convoy included four special lorries which transport Trident nuclear bombs. The convoy was stopped for one hour near Loch Lomond by protestors from Faslane Peace Camp. One climbed on top of a nuclear transporter. Four peace campers were arrested. 

Scottish CND coordinator, John Ainslie, followed the convoy as it drove along the M74 from Hamilton, through the South of Glasgow, then over the Erskine Bridge. Mr Ainslie said, “This is an insult to the people of Glasgow and the rest of Scotland. Only 10 weeks before we vote on whether to be independent, the UK Government have sent this massive convoy of Weapons of Mass Destruction through the centre of Scotland’s largest city. The convoy was probably carrying six Trident bombs, each one seven times more powerful than the bomb which destroyed Hiroshima in 1945. This should be taken as a clear reminder of why people need to vote Yes - to rid Scotland of these horrific nuclear weapons.” 


Kate Bush - Suspended In Gaffa
269 plays!


buttspectre:

why would you want to be an offensive stereotype for Halloween

when u can be

this

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(Source: pinkhairedgoddess)


lord-kitschener:

ssxvxtricky:


“I haven’t read Harry Potter, I have read Pullman who is the other leading children’s author that one might mention and I love his books. I don’t know what to think about magic and fairy tales.”


Prof Dawkins said he wanted to look at the effects of “bringing children up to believe in spells and wizards”.


“I think it is anti-scientific – whether that has a pernicious effect, I don’t know,” he told More4 News.


“I think looking back to my own childhood, the fact that so many of the stories I read allowed the possibility of frogs turning into princes, whether that has a sort of insidious affect on rationality, I’m not sure. Perhaps it’s something for research.”

lord-kitschener:

ssxvxtricky:

“I haven’t read Harry Potter, I have read Pullman who is the other leading children’s author that one might mention and I love his books. I don’t know what to think about magic and fairy tales.”

Prof Dawkins said he wanted to look at the effects of “bringing children up to believe in spells and wizards”.

“I think it is anti-scientific – whether that has a pernicious effect, I don’t know,” he told More4 News.

“I think looking back to my own childhood, the fact that so many of the stories I read allowed the possibility of frogs turning into princes, whether that has a sort of insidious affect on rationality, I’m not sure. Perhaps it’s something for research.”

(Source: nosdrinker)


that was actually the nicest job interview ever today. It was split into the 1 on 1 interview and two group activities which were helping people on the shop floor and make a glITTERY BOX LIKE THE CHILDREN IN THE SHOP WERE JEALOUS OF US AND SO THEY SHOULD BE 


bonerfart:

soaply:

*upper middle class fucker voice* But you have [one nice thing] so how are you poor 

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