zenigata:

2chan.net [ExRare]

zenigata:

2chan.net [ExRare]

penguinsandcupcakes:

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I still have 3 days left on my vacation! It’s very hot outside, so I’m spending my free time at home sleeping, reading (I’m currently reading Eleanor and Park) and baking. Sleeping in is something that I hadn’t done for a long time, but my body is not used to it anymore and voluntarily…

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"くしゃみをするとき体の全機能が一時停止するらしい"

「へえ」ってなる雑学を一つ書いてけ:哲学ニュースnwk (via yasunao)

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gastrogirl:

chocolate chip cookie bites.
"警察発表の「自称◯◯」は納税の有無で決定する。おれは確定申告用紙の職業欄に「石油王」と記入したので逮捕されたら「石油王 高木壮太」とオフィシャルに発表される。"

Twitter / TakagiSota (via eatfshi)

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ruineshumaines:

Ship by Allison Schulnik.

72” x 60”, oil on canvas, 2005.

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vintageluxe:

caitlin + caitlin

7at1stroke:

オフィスのエレベータ横にあるステンレスのゴミ箱が、光学迷彩化している…。

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"決意したぐらいでなんでも出来るなら誰も二度寝しないんですよ"

Twitter / t33f: … (via n-enot)

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magictransistor:

Painted signboards from barber shops and hair-dressers in Ghana, Mali, Benin, Burkina Faso, Cote d’Ivoire and Togo.

magictransistor:

Carington Bowles, The Barber Riding to Margate (Hand-coloured mezzotint), ca. 1782.

magictransistor:

Carington Bowles, The Barber Riding to Margate (Hand-coloured mezzotint), ca. 1782.

labellefilleart:

 Gathering Mushrooms in the Forest, Sergei Arsenevich Vinogradov

labellefilleart:

 Gathering Mushrooms in the Forest, Sergei Arsenevich Vinogradov

egressions:

Nicola Samori

I. Nubifregio

II. Irene scopre l’Informale

(Source: egressions-archive, via ancient-serpent)

sierrahiker8:

themauveroom:

96 years ago Emperor Nicholas II, his family and their four servants were brutally murdered in the cellar of the Ipatiev House.

Through their suffering in exile, the Imperial family maintained their love of one another and their faith in God.

Today they are revered as Passion Bearers in the Russian Orthodox Church. The Emperor, Empress, three of their daughters and their four servants rest together in the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul in St. Petersburg. The remains of the two youngest children have yet to receive a state burial.

Rest in peace.

They were first canonized as martyrs by the Russian Orthodox Church Abroad in 1981 in NYC.
Later the Soviet Church canonized them as “passion bearers” in 2000 in Moscow.

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