tallulahblues:

I literally crave affection. It’s not about sex. I crave somebody to cuddle with me, and to lay their head on my lap. I crave kisses, holding hands and running my thumb across theirs. Just looking at someone and thinking “how did I get this lucky”.

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bluetoothtoaster:

pathwalker:


rasputin:
This Blood Lamp doesn’t look that bloody, but the way you turn it on can be considered gruesome. It only works once, and you need to add of a drop of your blood to activate it! The idea is to stop and think about how badly you need light before you use it. Designer Mike Thompson created the lamp in order to draw attention to how much energy we waste.

we can finally power the world with periods

oh god reblogging for that comment.


One way for women to control the power

bluetoothtoaster:

pathwalker:

rasputin:

This Blood Lamp doesn’t look that bloody, but the way you turn it on can be considered gruesome. It only works once, and you need to add of a drop of your blood to activate it! The idea is to stop and think about how badly you need light before you use it. Designer Mike Thompson created the lamp in order to draw attention to how much energy we waste.

we can finally power the world with periods

oh god reblogging for that comment.

One way for women to control the power

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ritasv:

The horses by Nick Thompson

12.4.2010: the magnificent bronze horses of St. Mark’s basilica. These have been moved into a museum just beside the central loggia and replicas cast in 1978 have stood in their old place since the early 1980s. They are of pre-Christian Greek or Roman manufacture, but they were installed in the Hippodrome in Constantinople by Theodosius II. They were nicked by the Venetians during the fourth crusade and installed in front of San Marco in 1254. Napoleon made off with them in 1797, but they were returned in 1815.

ritasv:

The horses by Nick Thompson

12.4.2010: the magnificent bronze horses of St. Mark’s basilica. These have been moved into a museum just beside the central loggia and replicas cast in 1978 have stood in their old place since the early 1980s. They are of pre-Christian Greek or Roman manufacture, but they were installed in the Hippodrome in Constantinople by Theodosius II. They were nicked by the Venetians during the fourth crusade and installed in front of San Marco in 1254. Napoleon made off with them in 1797, but they were returned in 1815.

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that-stupid-tardis-sound:

that-stupid-tardis-sound:

one time when my dad was in college these guys found a carpet on the sidewalk and they needed furniture for their dorm so they were like “hell yeah free carpet” and they carried the carpet upstairs and it was really wet and heavy so they unrolled it to let it dry and a dead body fell out

I’M NOT SHITTING YOU

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