1. 21:58 16th Apr 2014

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    Reblogged from brolinskeep

    Tags: YESBLESS

    getyourpussiesout:

    when you ship a ship so hard you don’t even care about the smut; you just want a billion page book about their entire lives beginning to end and how their lives are intertwined with one another’s and how beautiful their love is

    (Source: thatssowritingdesk)

     
  2. 21:57

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    Reblogged from weasleyandpotter

    Tags: LOLOL

    miscaitlin:

    in grade 2 a boy made me go into the boys toilet and made me look at his poo that looked like a heart

     
  3. 21:57

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    Reblogged from weasleyandpotter

    Tags: lololbabycarbs

    lilpusherlovergirl:

    horror movies that begin with “based on a true story”

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  4. 21:57

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    Reblogged from weasleyandpotter

    Tags: LOLbabycarbs

    baelor:

    SCARY MOVIES SET IN HOUSES ARE THE WORST

    LIVE IN A HOUSE

     
  5. 21:57

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    Reblogged from younopoo

    Tags: LOLbless

     
  6. 21:56

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    Reblogged from weasleyandpotter

    Tags: BLESSSSSSSO PRESH

     
  7. 21:56

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    Reblogged from killthefez

    Tags: neato!history

    erikkwakkel:

    Medieval kids’ doodles on birch bark

    Here’s something very special. In the 1950s archeologists made a great discovery near the city of Novgorod, Russia: they dug up hundreds of pieces of birch bark with all sorts of texts written on them. The 915 items are mostly letters, notes and receipts, all written between the 11th and 15th century. Among the more notable scraps is a marriage proposal from a man called Mikita to his beloved Anna: “marry me - I want you and you want me, and the witness to that is Ignat Moiseev” (item 377).

    The most special items, however, are the ones shown above, which are from a medieval classroom. In the 13th century, young schoolboys learning to write filled these scraps with alphabets and short texts. Bark was ideal material for writing down things with such a short half-life. Then the pupils got bored and started to doodle, as kids do: crude drawings of individuals with big hands, as well as a figure with a raised sword standing next to a defeated beast (lower image). The last one was drawn by Onfim, who put his name next to the victorious warrior. The snippets provide a delightful and most unusual peek into a 13th-century classroom, with kids learning to read - and getting bored in the process.

    More information - On the scraps in general, see here. Here is a full inventory, in Russian. On the excavation, see here and here. More kids’ doodles here and here. Some letters in this Flickr stream. The Leiden scholar Jos Schaeken published a book in Dutch on this material, which can be downloaded for free here (English translation to follow next year). 

     
  8. childliketendencies:

    Part IV: On the set of Testament of Youth, April 9th 2014 (Credit to pink-unicorn7 and @team_merlin)

     
  9. 22:59

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    Reblogged from ghostsofcamelot

    Tags: UH YEAH

    silenteternity:

    have you ever loved a fictional character so much that whenever you see a picture of them your heart tingles and your vocal cords produce this awkward screeching noise that sounds a bit like a dying cat

     
  10. 22:59

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    Reblogged from weasleyandpotter

    Tags: LOLit's like why am i alivebabycarbs

    (Source: jesdoit)