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6woofs:

Sometimes, you’re just not in the mood

lovingfoss666:

fuji09:

How many did you eat?

olive them

lovingfoss666:

fuji09:

How many did you eat?

olive them

valentinethehedgehog:

Oh my goodness! All these new followers! Hello everyone! Thanks for following me.

valentinethehedgehog:

Oh my goodness! All these new followers! Hello everyone! Thanks for following me.

6woofs:

Timber, lodging a few complaints.

D’awww love that Timbit~

beautifulmythos:

OK that’s all for today.

beautifulmythos:

OK that’s all for today.

"Engrave this in your brain: EVERY WRITER GETS REJECTED. You will be no different."

- John Scalzi (via promptly-written)

art-of-swords:

European Small-Sword

  • Dated: circa 1790-1800
  • Place of Origin: Switzerland, Geneva (blade: Germany, Solingen, early 18th)
  • Medium: hilt: gold with blue translucent enamel; blade: etched, blued and gilded steel
  • Measurements: Overall length 97.00 cm (38 3/16 inches); weight 0.43 kg; blade length 81.00 cm (31 7/8 inches); hilt length 16.50 cm (6 7/16 inches)

This example shows the small-sword at its latest and most refined stage of development. Though highly reflective of French taste, it was probably fashioned in a Swiss workshop under French influence or by a French craftsman working in Switzerland. Worn publicly as an emblem of social rank, this sword was likely custom-made for an affluent individual to use on formal or court occasions.

So-called because of its short blade, the small-sword emerged as the light and quick weapon of choice for aristocratic civilians during the 1700s. Such a sword was traditionally suspended at about mid-thigh from the left side of a belt, the hilt exposed through the opening of the gentleman’s coat.

Highly visible, the hilt invited lavish decoration through precious materials such as gold and enamels, as seen here. Considered a type of masculine jewelry at that time, small-swords featured a variety of hilt styles that went in and out of fashion. Many were decorated to match personal costume, and jewelers worked on the finest small-swords of the day.

Source: Copyright © 2014 Cleveland Museum of Art

theniftyfifties:

Bobby Day — Rockin’ Robin - 1958

officertoast:

officertoast:

I JUST SWALLOWED THE WIRE FROM MY BRACE 

PLEASE HELP

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DO NOT

tatehorror:

When you’re at a friend’s house and they have a dog

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rosesandolives-o:

fangirl-supreme:

rosesandolives-o:

Wow my manga is going to cause so much controversy

That’s how you can tell it’s going to be extra good. :D

NO LIKE YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND well maybe you do a little

Hee hee~!

allthingshyper:

i think you need a prescription to have this level of cuteness in your life

Things I wish I knew when I started tumbling

gallifreyansquid:

karatam:

colsandbradders:

i am so slow

you can look at the posts on a certain day?

jfc

url.tumblr.com/day/2012/12/25 <- what you posted last christmas

omfg chRIST WHY DIDN’T I KNOW THIS BEFORE????

makes my fckn life EASIER

#WHY ISN’T THIS SHIT IN THE HELP SECTION

BECAUSE ABSOLUTELY NOTHING OF USE IS EVER IN THE HELP SECTION

I MUST SPREAD THE WORD TO MY FOLLOWERS