andrewsadrian:

some ship ask memes are just a little bit lacking so heres a new one

  • who controls the netflix account and what have they dominated the suggestions with by watching
  • who snores
  • who has an embarrassing ringtone that the other calls them in public just to get to go off
  • who sleeps on the top bunk if given the chance
  • who plays the piano at 6 in the morning to wake up the other 
  • who has accidentally set something on fire by attempting to cook a birthday meal 


melancholyrainbowgirl:

"I have named you queen" (ɔˆ ³(ˆ⌣ˆc)

melancholyrainbowgirl:

"I have named you queen" (ɔˆ ³(ˆ⌣ˆc)





flowergirlrobichiko:

thecatsmustbecrazy:

special delivery

BRING ME SCHRÖDINGER’S HEAD

flowergirlrobichiko:

thecatsmustbecrazy:

special delivery

BRING ME SCHRÖDINGER’S HEAD



Character Profiles for Hetalia World ☆ Stars
Original
Translation: donamoeba
Typesetting: pandabaozi


asatru-ingwaz:


The Mammen Style (c. 950 – 1030)
Silver-inlaid axehead in the Mammen style, AD 900s. Bjerringhoj, Mammen, Jutland, Denmark. Photo: The National Museum of Denmark


The Mammen style grew out of the Jellinge style, and it can sometimes be difficult to tell them apart. The name comes from a small, decorated axe-head from a grave in Mammen, Denmark. Recent dendrochronological dating has suggested a date of c. 970 for the grave.
The Axe is inlaid with silver wires: on one side is a foliate pattern; on the other side (shown here) is a bird. The body of the bird is thicker than the ribbon-like bodies of the Jellinge style animals: it is decorated with dots, and there is a large spiral hip. The wings and tail are drawn into long, curving tendrils. At the top of the axe is a human face mask with round eyes, a large nose and a spiral beard.

asatru-ingwaz:

The Mammen Style (c. 950 – 1030)

Silver-inlaid axehead in the Mammen style, AD 900s. Bjerringhoj, Mammen, Jutland, Denmark. Photo: The National Museum of Denmark

The Mammen style grew out of the Jellinge style, and it can sometimes be difficult to tell them apart. The name comes from a small, decorated axe-head from a grave in Mammen, Denmark. Recent dendrochronological dating has suggested a date of c. 970 for the grave.

The Axe is inlaid with silver wires: on one side is a foliate pattern; on the other side (shown here) is a bird. The body of the bird is thicker than the ribbon-like bodies of the Jellinge style animals: it is decorated with dots, and there is a large spiral hip. The wings and tail are drawn into long, curving tendrils. At the top of the axe is a human face mask with round eyes, a large nose and a spiral beard.





Nikolaj Coster Waldau, InStyle Magazine (April 2014)



sully-s:

Churchill often called his depression his black dog. And it was his depression that helped shape/build him to face the darkest days of the war. So I think he would be very sympathetic to a down England who I personally always seem to view as struggling with depression issues himself. 

sully-s:

Churchill often called his depression his black dog. And it was his depression that helped shape/build him to face the darkest days of the war. So I think he would be very sympathetic to a down England who I personally always seem to view as struggling with depression issues himself. 



bearsatan:

AWA motherfuckers
TURN DOWN FOR WHAT

bearsatan:

AWA motherfuckers

TURN DOWN FOR WHAT