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    allthingseurope:

Batalha Monastery, Portugal (by leroygp)

    allthingseurope:

    Batalha Monastery, Portugal (by leroygp)

    — 3 days ago with 1886 notes
    tmagazine:

Colorful patterns and striking objects are all one needs to refine an interior space this fall.
Continued…

    tmagazine:

    Colorful patterns and striking objects are all one needs to refine an interior space this fall.

    Continued…

    — 3 days ago with 411 notes

    sixohthree:

    tastefullyoffensive:

    Dogs Who Look Like Other Things [imgur]

    Previously: Bears Doing Human Things

    reblogged specifically for the fried chicken picture. perfect.

    (via peggysueaside)

    — 6 days ago with 96834 notes

    amoyed:

    is this what heaven looks like

    (Source: sizvideos, via cyber-seasons)

    — 1 week ago with 314462 notes

    If My Dog Could Talk

    Dog:WAT DOING
    Me:Nothing. I just stood up.
    Dog:WHERE GO
    Me:I'm literally walking 3 feet away. I'm not even leaving the room.
    Dog:CAN I COME
    Me:I mean sure but I'm literally just-
    Dog:I COME TOO
    Dog:WAT DOING
    Me:I need to open this door.
    Dog:I HALP
    Me:No but you're in front of the door. Move please.
    Dog:I HALP
    Me:Sigh.
    Dog:WHERE GOING
    Me:I am going right back to the exact place I was sitting a second ago.
    Dog:CAN I COME
    Me:Sure.
    Dog:I SIT IN LAP
    Me:No please don't you are-
    Dog:I SIT IN LAP
    Me:No there's no room and-
    Dog:LAP
    Me:No, sit on the floor and I'll pet you.
    Dog:RIGHT HERE
    Me:That's literally on top of my leg.
    Dog:IT'S PERFECT PET ME
    Me:I am petting you. One second, let me just grab my glass-
    Dog:PET ME PET ME PET ME PET ME
    Me:I literally am petting you, I just needed a drink-
    Dog:PET ME PET ME PET ME PET ME
    Me:I AM
    Dog:I SIT IN LAP
    Dog:PET ME PET ME PET ME
    Dog:HOLD SLOBBER TOY
    Dog:SNEEZE IN UR FACE
    Me:.......
    — 1 week ago with 145921 notes

    nightmarishthings:

    Witches

    Witchcraft (also called witchery or spellcraft) is the use of magical faculties, most commonly for religious, divinatory or medicinal purposes.

    The belief in and the practice of magic has been present since the earliest human cultures and continues to have an important religious and medicinal role in many cultures today.

    "Magic is central not only in ‘primitive’ societies but in ‘high cultural’ societies as well…"  X

    (via mmaiikii)

    — 1 week ago with 34013 notes

    cokeflow:

    make your child stop screaming or I will

    (Source: fingerblaster113, via positiveevegan)

    — 1 week ago with 255872 notes
    mediumaevum:

Richard III Suffered Severe Head Wounds in Battle
“The most likely injuries to have caused the King’s death are the two to the inferior aspect of the skull—a large sharp force trauma possibly from a sword or staff weapon, such as a halberd or bill, and a penetrating injury from the tip of an edged weapon. Richard’s head injuries are consistent with some near-contemporary accounts of the battle, which suggest that Richard abandoned his horse after it became stuck in a mire and was killed while fighting his enemies,” Guy Rutty, a co-author of the study, said in a statement. 
Read more - Smithsonian

    mediumaevum:

    Richard III Suffered Severe Head Wounds in Battle

    “The most likely injuries to have caused the King’s death are the two to the inferior aspect of the skull—a large sharp force trauma possibly from a sword or staff weapon, such as a halberd or bill, and a penetrating injury from the tip of an edged weapon. Richard’s head injuries are consistent with some near-contemporary accounts of the battle, which suggest that Richard abandoned his horse after it became stuck in a mire and was killed while fighting his enemies,” Guy Rutty, a co-author of the study, said in a statement.

    Read more - Smithsonian

    — 1 week ago with 184 notes