fawnvelveteen:

Evelyn Nesbit photo by Napoleon Sarony, 1901

fawnvelveteen:

Evelyn Nesbit photo by Napoleon Sarony, 1901

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/ Posted on Sep 13 2014 at 8:45pm via domishauntel with 11,105 notes
domishauntel:

I’m in love with this picture!!
Sammy Davis Jr. & Eartha Kitt

domishauntel:

I’m in love with this picture!!

Sammy Davis Jr. & Eartha Kitt

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/ Posted on Sep 13 2014 at 8:44pm via catisacat with 49,921 notes

catisacat:

I’m really surprised at how much people trash on the Total Drama style and designs because it seriously has one of the most impressive ranges of female characters I’ve ever seen in any cartoon in my life.

Not a single one of these girls looks too much like another (aside from the identical twins).

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/ Posted on Sep 13 2014 at 8:44pm via generic-art with 357,145 notes
professorgo:

The guy on the left, since he shows clear disgust with having his picture taken suddenly without permission. The guy on the right has had so little sleep that his grip on reality and emotions has left him

professorgo:

The guy on the left, since he shows clear disgust with having his picture taken suddenly without permission. The guy on the right has had so little sleep that his grip on reality and emotions has left him

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/ Posted on Sep 13 2014 at 8:34pm

After a whole day of going being sans underwear I have to put on some panties and I’m like ughh


 Scans from ❤

 Scans from

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There’s no point to a guy yelling, “Hey sexy baby” at me out of the passenger window of a car as it speeds past. Even if I was into creepy misogynists and wanted to give him my number, I couldn’t. The car didn’t even slow down. But that’s okay, because he wasn’t actually hitting on me. The point wasn’t to proposition me or chat me up. The only point was to remind me, and all women, that our bodies are his to stare at, assess, comment on, even touch. “Hey sexy baby” is the first part of a sentence that finishes, “this is your daily message from the patriarchy, reminding you that your body is public property”.

/ Posted on Sep 13 2014 at 8:22pm via pleasebboy with 41,882 notes

pleasebboy:

Her Minajesty

Nicki Minaj by Jeff Bark

Styled by Robbie Spencer

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potootagath:

wingleader:

wakeupslaves:

the-goddamazon:

LOL man.

never forget white people did nothing first neither the best, they sleep and eat false propaganda,

Ugh, why the shit does that have to turn into a race thing? Why does EVERYTHING have to turn into a race thing?

because white people have made sure that everything is about race
as proved by the fact that when you say explorer, you think of a bunch of white guys walking the world and discovering it ~exotic wonders~ even though Zheng He travelled through Asia, to the Middle East, and even East Africa. But you’d likely never heard of him before.
Same reason you never heard of Ahmad Ibn Fadlan, an Arab traveller who, as early as the 10th century, went to the Volga area for diplomatic reasons. He wrote about it, much as Marco Polo would do later for his own travels, and is one of our sources on what viking were like (and by all accounts, he wrote about them more accurately than western scholars of the same period did)
Oh, or Ibn Battuta who travelled throughout Africa long before europeans did, and even went to Europe himself.
And that’s just some example of Muslim medieval travel writers
Everything is about race because white people keep telling everyone that their race is the only one who every got anything done.

potootagath:

wingleader:

wakeupslaves:

the-goddamazon:

LOL man.

never forget white people did nothing first neither the best, they sleep and eat false propaganda,

Ugh, why the shit does that have to turn into a race thing? Why does EVERYTHING have to turn into a race thing?

because white people have made sure that everything is about race

as proved by the fact that when you say explorer, you think of a bunch of white guys walking the world and discovering it ~exotic wonders~ even though Zheng He travelled through Asia, to the Middle East, and even East Africa. But you’d likely never heard of him before.

Same reason you never heard of Ahmad Ibn Fadlan, an Arab traveller who, as early as the 10th century, went to the Volga area for diplomatic reasons. He wrote about it, much as Marco Polo would do later for his own travels, and is one of our sources on what viking were like (and by all accounts, he wrote about them more accurately than western scholars of the same period did)

Oh, or Ibn Battuta who travelled throughout Africa long before europeans did, and even went to Europe himself.

And that’s just some example of Muslim medieval travel writers

Everything is about race because white people keep telling everyone that their race is the only one who every got anything done.

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/ Posted on Sep 13 2014 at 8:21pm via notsuki with 16,009 notes

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chammi91:

"In honor of the series’ 15th anniversary, a pair of anime projects have been announced. A sequel to the original Digimon Adventure featuring a 17-year-old Tai/Taichi with a high school age cast has been revealed. Along with that upcoming anime, the 15th anniversary event also announced plans to release a Japanese Blu-ray set of the original Adventure."

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HOLY FUCKING SHIT MY FEELS

I feel so OLD OMG. BUT SO HAPPY OLD OMG

OH MY GOD THERE IS NOTHING MORE ON THIS EARTH I’VE WANTED MORE IN MY ENTIRE EXISTENCE I WANT TO CRY

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/ Posted on Sep 13 2014 at 8:21pm via sixpenceee with 5,142 notes
sixpenceee:

THE WORKS OF EDGAR ALLEN POE: Here’s a link to all his stories and poems. His macabre and dark approach to writing has touched many across the globe
THE WORKS OF H.P LOVECRAFT: Another gothic writer whose style is both suspenseful and vivid
THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW: Another classic, beware of the headless horseman 
THE TURN OF THE SCREW: A tale about a governess who becomes convinced that she and her charges are being stalked by ghosts.
THE MONKEY’S PAW: You probably have heard of this one. Be careful what you wish for. 
THE LOTTERY: It might not seem like a horror story, but once you realize what’s happening you will definitly be horrified. If you don’t understand here’s a site that will clear some things up
WHERE ARE YOU GOING, WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN: About a 15 year old girl’s encounter with a threatening but charismatic stranger. A popular dark tale.
THE SIGNAL MAN: By Charles Dickon’s, a railroad worker tells the story of a ghost that seems to appear to him as a premonition of some horrible railway tragedy
THE MORTAL IMMORTAL: Mary Shelley may have been known for Frankenstein, but here’s another dark tale by her. It’s the story of a man who wants to play God, but finds his sanity is the price
THE WOMAN IN BLACK: You probably have heard of the movie, but read the classic story behind it. Whenever she is seen, a child dies. 
BONUS: Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier: I read this for my Gothic Literature class in high school. I loved it. A dark novel with plenty of twists to keep you on the edge. 
YOU MAY ALSO LIKE: Masterpost of Gothic Novels

sixpenceee:

  1. THE WORKS OF EDGAR ALLEN POEHere’s a link to all his stories and poems. His macabre and dark approach to writing has touched many across the globe
  2. THE WORKS OF H.P LOVECRAFTAnother gothic writer whose style is both suspenseful and vivid
  3. THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOWAnother classic, beware of the headless horseman 
  4. THE TURN OF THE SCREW: tale about a governess who becomes convinced that she and her charges are being stalked by ghosts.
  5. THE MONKEY’S PAWYou probably have heard of this one. Be careful what you wish for. 
  6. THE LOTTERY: It might not seem like a horror story, but once you realize what’s happening you will definitly be horrified. If you don’t understand here’s a site that will clear some things up
  7. WHERE ARE YOU GOING, WHERE HAVE YOU BEENAbout a 15 year old girl’s encounter with a threatening but charismatic stranger. A popular dark tale.
  8. THE SIGNAL MANBy Charles Dickon’s, a railroad worker tells the story of a ghost that seems to appear to him as a premonition of some horrible railway tragedy
  9. THE MORTAL IMMORTALMary Shelley may have been known for Frankenstein, but here’s another dark tale by her. It’s the story of a man who wants to play God, but finds his sanity is the price
  10. THE WOMAN IN BLACKYou probably have heard of the movie, but read the classic story behind it. Whenever she is seen, a child dies. 

BONUS: Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier: I read this for my Gothic Literature class in high school. I loved it. A dark novel with plenty of twists to keep you on the edge. 

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE: Masterpost of Gothic Novels

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/ Posted on Sep 13 2014 at 7:47pm via blank-reality with 268 notes
blank-reality:

Ghost Bat (Macroderma Gigas)

blank-reality:

Ghost Bat (Macroderma Gigas)

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/ Posted on Sep 13 2014 at 7:45pm via brudesworld with 221 notes
brudesworld:

“L’Enticement de L’Ondine”  by Leo Fontan
The Cats and the Berries

brudesworld:

“L’Enticement de L’Ondine”  by Leo Fontan

The Cats and the Berries

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/ Posted on Sep 13 2014 at 7:44pm via alexstrangler with 297 notes
alexstrangler:

@taylorstreettattoo

alexstrangler:

@taylorstreettattoo

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