1. frankbenefield:

    Browgirlinterrupted portrait, from start to finish, wish I had more in progress shots of this piece.

    www.frankbenefield.com

    Reblogged from: duod
  2. cumberbuddy:

    gvacamolly:

    petitbear:

    skittleoakley:

    Daughter tells her Dad he’s going to be a Grandpa [x]

    When he says “really” ;’)

    Never leave this un-reblogged

    What a dear human being he is. 

    Reblogged from: teawithghosts
  3. appropriately-inappropriate:

    green-witch-uprooted:

    crayonic:

    For people who are actually interested in how viking music might have sounded, “Drømde mik en drøm i nat" (/I dreamt a dream last night) is the earliest music (and lyrics) known in Scandinavia preserved on the last page of the (~1200-1300) Codex Runicus as rune notes.

    The song and melody is still known and used today in most of Scandinavia, as a sort of folk-standard. This version, deceivingly slow in the beginning, is presented as close to the original sound of the years 900-1000 as historians think they can come.

    This song might have survived because it was a gigantic hit, like the viking’s very own “Billie Jean”. A total pop slayer that stayed around long enough for music notes to be invented.

    The more you know.

    Cool as hell

    It’s actually very interesting that near the end, in the up-tempo section, the cadence and strumming sounds a LOT like Galician and Basque Cantiga style, and that’s from the northern Iberian peninsula.

    Even back then, I guess everyone ripped from everyone else.

    Reblogged from: appropriately-inappropriate
  4. unamusedsloth:

    Nude Portraits series by photographer Trevor Christensen.

    Reblogged from: best-of-tumblr
  5. afternoonsnoozebutton:

Tip for all my student readers: if you’re too lazy to use a bibliography creator like NoodleBib or RefWorks, let Google generate your bibliography entries for you. All you have to do is google the article/book title in Google Scholar, click “cite” at the bottom of the search result, and copy either the MLA, APA, or Chicago cite into your word document. 

    afternoonsnoozebutton:

    Tip for all my student readers: if you’re too lazy to use a bibliography creator like NoodleBib or RefWorks, let Google generate your bibliography entries for you. All you have to do is google the article/book title in Google Scholar, click “cite” at the bottom of the search result, and copy either the MLA, APA, or Chicago cite into your word document. 

    Reblogged from: snogandagrope
  6. thiasthedark:

    axellikestoast:

    goodbyecaroline:

    mal-luck:

    I love the smell of citrus in the morning.

    I have wanted to see this for such a long time, it’s beautiful.

    Somewhere in the world, Cave Johnson is punching the air

    "DO YOU KNOW WHO I AM? I’M THE GUY WHO’S GONNA BURN YOUR HOUSE DOWN! WITH THE LEMONS! I’M GONNA GET MY ENGINEERS TO INVENT A COMBUSTIBLE LEMON THAT BURNS YOUR HOUSE DOWN!"

    Reblogged from: thatsthat24
  7. Sir Digby Chicken Caesar meets The Queen

    Reblogged from: thepurplekoala
  8. melodramatic-geldings:

leath—hedger:

Photo from equifit
    Reblogged from: dressageclassics
  9. cephalopodvictorious:

    roarkshop:

    natvarmac:

    datunofficialdisneyprincess:

    theassofremylebeau:

    Best lesson from a Disney movie

    This is an underrated movie

    This is a grossly underrated movie.

    Can I take a minute to rant? Good. Cuz I’m gonna.

    I FLOVE this movie. And I HATE all the stupid hatred it gets. For a long time the buzz was “finally a black princess yay!” and now everyone is like “Fuck this movie, first black princess and she spends the whole movie a frog.”

    You know what? Fuck that. Because Ariel spent a good majority of the movie not talking. Mulan spent the majority of the move pretending to be a man. Aurora and Snow White? Asleep (Hardly in the movie at all). They’re all just plot devices, not designed to take away from the traits of the women. 

    And you know what else? Unlike some of the other princesses, Tiana is in control of her destiny every step of the way. When she turns into the frog does she lose hope and need rescuing? Hell naw. She busts Naveen over the head and gets the job done. She is consistently responsible and capable even after having her dreams crushed and turning into a freaking frog. 

    So don’t tell me that Tiana is “less than” just because she gets turned into a frog. She’s still one of the most hardworking, badass, and capable chicks in animated history and I love her like crazy cakes. 

    the end. 

    Also? She’s based on a real person. A real woman who is 91 and is still cooking in her kitchen. She’s still widely respected in the culinary community, she’s fed presidents, she’s had songs written about her and her restaurants. She’s 91, and she still wakes up every morning to run things, because she still believes in hard work and good food. And if you don’t think that’s truly fantastic, then you can just fuck right off.

    Reblogged from: thatsthat24
  10. reallyreallyreallytrying:

    yo i ain’t saying she’s a gold-digger but she does carry a weird pan everywhere and keep mumbling stuff about “gold in them there hills” idk so yeah she is probably a gold digger

    Reblogged from: optimusprimecake
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