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centuriespast:

AMMANATI, Bartolomeo
Fountain of Juno (upper and lower figures)
1555-63
Marble
Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Florence


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fishstickmonkey:

Zukinnari Kabuto

Date: 16th century
Culture: Japanese
Medium: Iron, lacquer
Metropolitan Museum of Art

fishstickmonkey:

Zukinnari Kabuto

Date: 16th century
Culture: Japanese
Medium: Iron, lacquer

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jaredleto:

Hi. 

jaredleto:

Hi. 

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Goth-Icky by the Charles S. Anderson Design Co. (via)

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evilsupplyco:

Did someone say “Today is a great day to bake gingerbat cookies”? Yes. It was Atticus, taking care of his crew.

evilsupplyco:

Did someone say “Today is a great day to bake gingerbat cookies”? Yes. It was Atticus, taking care of his crew.


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so there’s this black and white neighborhood cat

bettyblac:

that has been harassing my Jeff.

lately he’s has been coming home with little scrapes and injuries.

this morning i looked out of my window and there was Jeff’s oppressor talking mad shit in cat language. 

is it wrong that i took such delicious joy in pointing a spray bottle filled with water out of the window and spraying the crap out of that cat?

i imagine Jeff looking out the window after and being like “what now bitch?” Nobody fucks with Jeff…nobody.


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womensweardaily:

Temperley London Pre-Fall 2014
Courtesy Photo

womensweardaily:

Temperley London Pre-Fall 2014

Courtesy Photo


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stealthylikeajackal:

lil-lady-hiddleston:

kyrstin:

bless this writer and this entire episode

Bless Mark Sheppard for delivering that flawlessly

bless the creators for creating Crowley

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unexplained-events:

Rokurokubi
Found in Japanese folklore, they appear to look like normal human beings during the day, but at night they gain the ability to stretch their necks to great lengths.
Some legends say that the rokurokubi were once Buddhist who broke various precepts of Buddhism and were transformed into these demons. They are often sinister and feed off the blood of others who broke the precepts or human men.

unexplained-events:

Rokurokubi

Found in Japanese folklore, they appear to look like normal human beings during the day, but at night they gain the ability to stretch their necks to great lengths.

Some legends say that the rokurokubi were once Buddhist who broke various precepts of Buddhism and were transformed into these demons. They are often sinister and feed off the blood of others who broke the precepts or human men.


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