editoress:

"SIT LIKE A LADY"

NO

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kissnecks:

knitmeapony:

My next million dollar idea: reluctant exercise videos with people who aren’t perky.

"Just five more… I know, I kind of want to die right now too, but let’s just power through it."

"Okay, new yoga pose.  It’s going to ache like a bastard until your hamstrings release, I’m not gonna lie."

"Stretch a little deeper… it’s okay to yell ‘fuck’ at this point, I won’t tell anyone."

yes

(via je-suisdesole)

mustnt-be-afraid-to-dream:

In honor of Shark Week and the irrational fear of being killed by a shark. It is estimated that 11,417 sharks are killed by humans every hour of every day or about 100,000,000 per year.

mustnt-be-afraid-to-dream:

In honor of Shark Week and the irrational fear of being killed by a shark. It is estimated that 11,417 sharks are killed by humans every hour of every day or about 100,000,000 per year.

(Source: ryot.org, via bumbleshark)

beautifullywarped:

Corryvreckan Whirlpool, Argyll, Scotland
"It gets its name from the `cauldron of the plaid’ ..said to be where the Cailleach washes her plaid spreading it out over the mountains to dry … hence the heralding of the first winter snow…
The Corryvreckan, the remarkable whirlpool on the west coast of Scotland between the islands of Scarba and Jura, is said to be where the Cailleach washed her plaid (traditional garment of the Highlands, generally tartan) in late autumn and then spread it out over the mountains to dry.
As she was the oldest creature her plaid was pure white: so the story explains both the period of heaviest activity of the whirlpool and the first serious snow fall of the year.”
Source and more information at:  http://matarikidimension.wordpress.com/2011/11/22/corryvrekan-and-the-cailleach/

beautifullywarped:

Corryvreckan Whirlpool, Argyll, Scotland

"It gets its name from the `cauldron of the plaid’ ..said to be where the Cailleach washes her plaid spreading it out over the mountains to dry … hence the heralding of the first winter snow…

The Corryvreckan, the remarkable whirlpool on the west coast of Scotland between the islands of Scarba and Jura, is said to be where the Cailleach washed her plaid (traditional garment of the Highlands, generally tartan) in late autumn and then spread it out over the mountains to dry.

As she was the oldest creature her plaid was pure white: so the story explains both the period of heaviest activity of the whirlpool and the first serious snow fall of the year.”

Source and more information at:  http://matarikidimension.wordpress.com/2011/11/22/corryvrekan-and-the-cailleach/

(via aemenne)

noten:

I really can’t wait for winter because then I can start wearing the other 97% of my clothes 

(via je-suisdesole)

mediumaevum:

(Flailing!)

Re-enactment groups, collectors, historians and serving soldiers helped photographer Thom Atkinson assemble the components for each shot. ‘It was hard to track down knowledgeable people with the correct equipment,’ he says. ‘The pictures are really the product of their knowledge and experience.’

  1. 1066 huscarl, Battle of Hastings
  2. 1244 mounted knight, Siege of Jerusalem
  3. 1415 fighting archer, Battle of Agincourt
  4. 1485 Yorkist man-at-arms, Battle of Boswort

(The photo shoot contains 13 kits total. Make sure to view them all here)

wannabeanimator:

Studio Ghibli | 1985 - 2014

After recent rumors of Studio Ghibli closing their animation department and the low box office numbers for When Marnie Was There, it was time to make an appreciation post for a company that has created true movie magic again and again. So, thank you, Studio Ghibli. Hopefully it isn’t good-bye just yet. Studio Ghibli is no longer producing animated films. So here’s to you, Ghibli, and everything you’ve given us.

(via jangojips)

yzma:

sailor moon animator 1: wanna go 4 a drink?
sailor moon animator 2:
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(Source: maryjblige, via doujinsushi)

madlori:

I have decided that I will reblog this every time it comes across my dash because it makes me laugh until I think I’m going to puke.

madlori:

I have decided that I will reblog this every time it comes across my dash because it makes me laugh until I think I’m going to puke.

(Source: spoclcers-archive, via charminglyantiquated)

(Source: emildeville, via jecifer)

If Mean Girls was set in Middle Earth

(Source: aoife1108, via je-suisdesole)

anonymousnerdgirl:

eattheclones:

i hope one day there is a halloween party where daniel radcliffe goes as frodo baggins and elijah wood goes as harry potter 

imagine the havoc

imagine the photos

Only if Ian Mckellen goes as Dumbledore and Michael Gambon goes as Gandalf.

(via cherry-leigh)

omegaling:

I can vouch that all morticians have the same sense of humor.

omegaling:

I can vouch that all morticians have the same sense of humor.

(via bumbleshark)