marchingthehobbitstoisengard:

Thank you, BuzzFeed! This made my day! 

sixpenceee:

You probably have heard of post-mortem Victorian photography, but did you also know that Victorians combined images from multiple negatives to create portraits known as "Headless Photographs."

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horizons:

still one of my favorite tweets by one of my favorite people about one of my favorite people

horizons:

still one of my favorite tweets by one of my favorite people about one of my favorite people

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straightgirl:

you’d think at 32 years old ryan gosling would be ryan goose by now

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chromeofficial:

college application: worth 10 goats on howmanygoats.com

college: ur in

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thatseanguyblogs:

collections that are raw as fuck ➝ saiid kobeisy s/s 2014

Jesus.

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viva-la-pluto-f-ck-you:

viva-la-pluto-f-ck-you:

Hey guys. Guess what? i finally hit 400 followers! yay! I’m extremely happy to present my first giveaway!
Rules:
1) you must be following me here (i will check)
2) likes do not count only reblogs
3) you must have your ask box open and be willing to give me your adress
4) U.S. only
5)Giveaway ends September 30, 2014
Prizes Prizes PRIZES
There will be 3 winners
First place wins a sweater and a t-shirt of the corps and year of your choice
Second place wins just a sweater of the corps and year of your choice
Third place get a t-shirt of the corps and year of your choice
Some of the sweater and t-shirt designs are as follows. But if you win i will ask you which corps and year you want so don’t worry about it not being on this list.

hey guys today is the last day to reblog this before i pick the winners so have at it 

viva-la-pluto-f-ck-you:

viva-la-pluto-f-ck-you:

Hey guys. Guess what? i finally hit 400 followers! yay! I’m extremely happy to present my first giveaway!

Rules:

1) you must be following me here (i will check)

2) likes do not count only reblogs

3) you must have your ask box open and be willing to give me your adress

4) U.S. only

5)Giveaway ends September 30, 2014

Prizes Prizes PRIZES

There will be 3 winners

First place wins a sweater and a t-shirt of the corps and year of your choice

Second place wins just a sweater of the corps and year of your choice

Third place get a t-shirt of the corps and year of your choice

Some of the sweater and t-shirt designs are as follows. But if you win i will ask you which corps and year you want so don’t worry about it not being on this list.

hey guys today is the last day to reblog this before i pick the winners so have at it 

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watsonly:

badly written fanfics on a plot you’re interested in

image

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musicpsysstuff:

neurosciencestuff:

15 Studied Effects of Classical Music on Your Brain
Classical music, whether you love it or hate it, has been a powerful cultural force for centuries. While it no longer dominates the music scene, the argument for continued appreciation of the genre goes far beyond pure aural aesthetics. Classical music has been lauded for its ability to do everything from improve intelligence to reduce stress, and despite some exaggeration of its benefits, science shows us that it actually does have a marked effect on the brain in a number of positive ways.
With September being Classical Music Month, there’s no better time to learn a bit more about some of the many ways classical music affects the brain. Over the past few decades, there have been numerous studies on the brain’s reaction to classical music, and we’ve shared the most relevant, interesting, and surprising here, some of which may motivate you to become a classical aficionado yourself.

yawn~~

musicpsysstuff:

neurosciencestuff:

15 Studied Effects of Classical Music on Your Brain

Classical music, whether you love it or hate it, has been a powerful cultural force for centuries. While it no longer dominates the music scene, the argument for continued appreciation of the genre goes far beyond pure aural aesthetics. Classical music has been lauded for its ability to do everything from improve intelligence to reduce stress, and despite some exaggeration of its benefits, science shows us that it actually does have a marked effect on the brain in a number of positive ways.

With September being Classical Music Month, there’s no better time to learn a bit more about some of the many ways classical music affects the brain. Over the past few decades, there have been numerous studies on the brain’s reaction to classical music, and we’ve shared the most relevant, interesting, and surprising here, some of which may motivate you to become a classical aficionado yourself.

yawn~~

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relahvant:

thatsmoderatelyraven:

wakaflackalypse:

my house

i would have this house and then the inside would be freakin colorful and awesome on the inside and no one would ever know

So it’s real

relahvant:

thatsmoderatelyraven:

wakaflackalypse:

my house

i would have this house and then the inside would be freakin colorful and awesome on the inside and no one would ever know

So it’s real

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cinderellsa:

infamymonster:

fuckyeahfemaleyoutubers:

Disney’s Queen Elsa Frozen - Inspired Makeup Tutorial & Disney’s Princess Anna Frozen - Inspired Makeup Tutorial by Ellend Muzzakky

ARE WE NOT GOING TO DISCUSS HOW SHE  FOLDED HER HIJABS TO LOOK LIKE THE HAIR OF THE CHARACTER, THAT IS SUCH A LOVELY AND GREAT IDEA. OHMYGOD

This is so cool

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