owldee:

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But I’m going to be running someone’s professional Tumblr. A thing I can do. I can be a professional. Much professionalism. Very pro. Wow. Look at this, capitals and everything.

Vincent Van Gogh; detail of The Rocks.

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so-tellmedarling:

"Pour me a heavy dose of atmosphere…."

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fuckyesdamejulieandrews:

Julie Andrews for Cinderella

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vladeeda:

forestvibrations:

emotsye:

pixyled:

onlylolgifs:

 Puppy Reacts to Girl’s Crying

INTERESTING DOG THING, they’ve actually done studies to test the ability of a dog’s empathy and if they only react to their owners grief or if they’re capable of empathizing with some one they never met.

and so they had an owner with their dog and a stranger come in , and the stranger would make crying sounds and recognizable distress movements. and EVERY TIME, the cuite little doggies left the safety of their owners side to go and try and cheer up this  crying stranger :W:

Dogs really do love EV ERYONE

whenever im sick or have really bad period cramps my puppy (who is always insanely hyper and never sits still) curls up on my lap and she’s a perfect little heating pad for my tummy

My (massive) dog used to climb on me every time I cried and was visibly upset. I miss her so damn much

my cat used to do this and it was the awesomest thing ever i miss my cat.

mingsonjia:

the50-person:

mingsonjia:

Chinese knotting (TC:中國結; SC:中国结;pinyin: Zhōngguó jié) is a decorative handicraft art that began in the Tang and Song Dynasty (960-1279 AD) in China. It is used as a decoration for rooms, fans, folding screens, musical instruments etc. and an accessory for clothing (mostly go with jewelries like jades). 

Chinese knots are usually lanyard type arrangements where two cords enter from the top of the knot and two cords leave from the bottom. The knots are usually double-layered and symmetrical.

Some of the earliest evidence of knotting have been preserved on bronze vessels of the Warring States period (481–221 BCE), Buddhist carvings of the Northern Dynasties period (317–581) and on silk paintings during the Western Han period. Further references to knotting have also been found in literature, poetry and the private letters. In the 18th century, one novel that talked extensively about the art was “Dream of the Red Chamber”. It is mentioned that the knots were used as gifts for relatives and friends, also as a token of love depending on different types of knots.


do you have any links to good tutorials?

I don’t have any video.. But I have these pics showing how to tie 18 types of knots. They might be helpful to you. 

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scifi-fantasy-horror:

knight-female by Jay-c

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compoundchem:

An attempt to answer one of life’s big questions with today’s graphic - why does bacon smell so good? http://wp.me/p4aPLT-dm

(Also, setting aside some time to respond to asks in the next few days, as I’ve been a bit busy this week. If you’ve sent one through, don’t worry - they’ll all get a response.)

Also also… kudos to freshphotons for the idea for this aroma chemistry series!

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undeadcosmicunicorn:

Opaque Matte Lipstick - $6.99

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all4movie:

Princess Mononoke (1997)

In ancient times, the land lay covered in forests, where, from ages long past, dwelt the spirits of the gods. Back then, man and beast lived in harmony, but as time went by, most of the great forests were destroyed. Those that remained were guarded by gigantic beasts who owed their allegiances to the Great Forest Spirit. For those were the days of gods and of demons…

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