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lightthefuze:

fleshandbloodbrother:

fuck that chris evans guy

i’m tryin

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burritno:

spongebob hitting people where it hurts

burritno:

spongebob hitting people where it hurts

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leanonstephen:

cat-pictures-blog:

The face your kitten makes after you rescue him from an alley downtown.

#I HAVE WAy MORE FEELINGS ABOUT THIS CAT THAN I DO THE TITANIC OR THE NOTEBOOK OR THAT BULLSHIT

sarawildish:

glampora:

leanonstephen:

cat-pictures-blog:

The face your kitten makes after you rescue him from an alley downtown.

#I HAVE WAy MORE FEELINGS ABOUT THIS CAT THAN I DO THE TITANIC OR THE NOTEBOOK OR THAT BULLSHIT

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"A religion without a goddess is halfway to atheism."

Dion Fortune (via b-bunnyshye)

Amen

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beautiful-wildlife:

Together by Nick Kalathas - Nature’s Moments

beautiful-wildlife:

Together by Nick Kalathas - Nature’s Moments

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From comic to concept art to film.

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acehamlet:

LITERATURE MEME | 1/1 EPIC 

The wrath of Peleus’ son, the direful springOf all the Grecian woes, O Goddess, sing! That wrath which hurled to Pluto’s gloomy rainThe souls of mighty chiefs untimely slain, Whose limbs, unburied on the naked shore, Devouring dogs and hungry vultures tore: Since great Achilles and Atrides strove, Such was the sovereign doom, and such the will of Jove!

The Iliad, attributed to Homer.  (Above except taken from the 1715 translation by Alexander Pope.)

acehamlet:

LITERATURE MEME | 1/1 EPIC 

The wrath of Peleus’ son, the direful spring
Of all the Grecian woes, O Goddess, sing! 
That wrath which hurled to Pluto’s gloomy rain
The souls of mighty chiefs untimely slain, 
Whose limbs, unburied on the naked shore, 
Devouring dogs and hungry vultures tore: 
Since great Achilles and Atrides strove, 
Such was the sovereign doom, and such the will of Jove!

The Iliad, attributed to Homer.  
(Above except taken from the 1715 translation by Alexander Pope.)

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"Μέσα στα μάτια σου βλέπω τα πάντα."

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