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|Stephanie| This is my little shindig on the internet.

Alone, naturally.

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blackpaint20:

Caravaggio, detail from Head of Medusa

blackpaint20:

Caravaggio, detail from Head of Medusa

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— 3 days ago with 889 notes
#art 
"What a fucking nerd"
Me talking about someone I love (via cowprince)

(via buildingbuildings)

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fire-dad:

itseasytoremember:

WHENEVER I’M UPSET I REMEMBER THAT THIS EXISTS AND NOTHING SEEMS SO BAD

Found this in my tumblr bookmarks. I am NOT upset.

— 3 days ago with 143251 notes
tokomon:

dumbesttweets:

She has failed at life. I hope authorities show up at her door.


yikes

tokomon:

dumbesttweets:

She has failed at life. I hope authorities show up at her door.

yikes

(via thefuuuucomics)

— 3 days ago with 65779 notes
#seriously though what an idiot  #HA 
artschoolglasses:


Madame de Pompadour was her own greatest creation. It was Louis XV who turned Jeanne-Antoinette Poisson into madame la marquise de Pompadour; but it was Jeanne Poisson who made Madame de Pompadour the dazzling personage known to history. She was, after all, an actress, and she assumed the role of mistress to the king with aplomb, as she did its subsequent evolutions. Whatever the heartache and disillusionment, the exhaustion and disgust, she stayed in character. She died convinced of the purity of her intentions, with a clear conscience, and with a control of iron over her life’s last act.

Christine Pevitt Algrant, Madame de Pompadour: Mistress of France

artschoolglasses:

Madame de Pompadour was her own greatest creation. It was Louis XV who turned Jeanne-Antoinette Poisson into madame la marquise de Pompadour; but it was Jeanne Poisson who made Madame de Pompadour the dazzling personage known to history. She was, after all, an actress, and she assumed the role of mistress to the king with aplomb, as she did its subsequent evolutions. Whatever the heartache and disillusionment, the exhaustion and disgust, she stayed in character. She died convinced of the purity of her intentions, with a clear conscience, and with a control of iron over her life’s last act.

Christine Pevitt Algrant, Madame de Pompadour: Mistress of France

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joshsaveitforthebedroom:

im single by choice

its just not my choice

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thatzak:

I’m a little like Tom

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adweeb:

apocalypse-aradia:

glorious-randomness:

anderlynn:

I always think of Canada as the lovechild of England and France after they had a drunken one night stand and England just left it to grow up with its big brother America who was like the rebel of the family.

this is 100% definitely what happened.

and canada wanted to be exactly like america but ended up being the nicer one who makes friends with everyone easily

Sam: Canada
Dean: America.

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