LITTLE. YELLOW. DIFFERENT. BETTER.

Wow! Thank you so much titaniumginger for all the goodies you brought back for me from your diving trip to Bonaire! You are so sweet girl and I am so fortunate to have met such a great friend!

bunsnotbombs:

“I love sleep. My life has the tendency to fall apart when I’m awake, you know?” - Ernest Hemingway

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“I don’t know, Faustus, what you write to so many girls.
I do know this, that no girl writes to you.”

Martial, Epigrams XI.LXIV (via thoodleoo)
Lol Martial, he was the original insult comic. This one makes me chuckle:

Labienus, that you pluck your chest and your legs and your arms, that your shaved dick is surrounded with clipped pubes, everyone knows that you do this for your girlfriend. But Labienus, who do you pluck your ass for?

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kafkasapartment:

A knight rode on (n.d.). John Bauer (1882-1918). Watercolor and white heightening

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kitamere:

I think it would be something to do with loyalty. “Loyal unto death”

Yes!  Of the ideas I’ve heard, I think I like this one best.  I also like “truth above honor.”  The suggestion that came out of a conversation with my boyfriend was “Act or get out of the way.”

Yours is better, hehe.

I’ve been thinking about House Clegane a lot, lately.

I’ve been thinking about House Clegane a lot, lately.

I approve of your life choices ;)

zsra187 replied to your photo “A game of thrones 09 ISSUU, which is an emagazine platform, has all…”

Thanks for this! I love the illustrations, even though nearly all the women look like they got their lips caught in a pool drain. I especially like the Hound in his ‘Tourney of the Hand’ scene with Sansa.

Ah haha! I had a good chuckle - your description of the lips is spot on. Some panels had the lips going in one direction and the rest of the face in another. 

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ghostrelic:

themoonmothwrites:

ghostrelic:

kimberlite8:

Do yourself a favor and see this movie from the director of The Host (that awesome Korean monster movie) and starring Chris Evans. The best action movie I’ve seen in years with genuine nail biting action sequences that had me gripped. Its quite Korean in sensibility despite the Hollywood actors which brought a freshness to the characterizations and plotting. While I was let down by the nilhilism of ending (so asian cinema) nevertheless the movie was awesome overall. I never once felt the urge to check my phone, it was totally engrossing and that’s praiseworthy given the current state of action/scifi movies.

Now available on amazon VOD so you can legally support the filmaker and crew of this awesome flick!

As Kim says, catch the VOD and support this awesome flick!

I found the pace of the film key. It moves quickly thanks to the Asian cinema influence - and yes, the nihilism is thanks to this influence, but that can also be attributed to the central European production aspect as well.

However, overall, even though it paints a bleak picture, I didn’t leave it with the type of gloom I’ve felt with other dystopia genre films. This has everything to do with the casting. Each actor was a piece well-played. No matter the screen time, each meant something in the end, and it’s a puzzle you can’t look away from for want of putting it together.

In short: highly recommended, and well worth the favour to yourself.

Ladies.

I don’t know what to say.

Yav, the hubs and I have just been to see this based on your two recs and all I have to say is WE TRUSTED YOU WHY WOULD YOU DO THAT TO US D: D: D:

Because Moony. Because violent, train-bound dystopia, that’s why.

(Also - shitty you didn’t dig it :/ )

themoonmothwrites & yavannies - aww, sorry you didn’t like it. I got a ladyboner for violent, dystopian scifi I admit. At least we can agree Chris Evans should have taken his shirt off!

jtotheizzoe:

Forty-five years ago today, two human beings first set foot on the moon. On July 20, 1969, the lunar module of Apollo 11 touched down in the Sea of Tranquility, and forever changed how we view our place in the universe. When I think about the fact that four and a half decades ago, at the very moment I am writing this, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin were walking on the freakin’ moon, I am humbled and inspired.

I’ve combined some of my favorite photos from Apollo 11 with some of the actual words spoken by Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins.

If you’d like to relive the historic mission moment by moment, word by word, and photo by photo, head over to SpaceLog

ladyoftarth-posts:

"Little Bird" for anonymous

The colour pallet challenge: 

Colour Meme

Sansa Stark #4

This one kicked my ass.  Hardest pallet yet!

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A game of thrones 09

ISSUU, which is an emagazine platform, has all the A Game of Thrones comics available for free. Here’s Comic #9 which is the most Sansan heavy, dealing with the Tourney of the Hand (x).

But you can find all 12 of the A Game of Thrones comics published to date collected here (x).

The artistic depiction of Sansa is not to my liking as she looks like a Bratz doll. But some of the artwork, in particular from Dany’s POV, were impressive in their vividness and sense of motion. I also enjoyed how the comics are not overly influenced by the HBO show and the character depictions are consistent with book canon.

ISSUU works best reading on a tablet like the ipad.

I was telling my coworker about how much I loved the visuals for this movie, Francis Ford Coppola’s Dracula. 
He said when it first came out, he tried to convince his wife to go and see it in the theaters with him.

"Who’s in it?" she asked.
"Gary Oldman. He’s Dracula" my coworker replied.
"What? Why? Why would Francis Ford Coppola cast the actor from Diff’rent Strokes to play Dracula?" 

I just laughed and laughed at her mistake. Now whenever I see a Gary Oldman movie, like the new Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, I replace him mentally with Gary Coleman. 

I was telling my coworker about how much I loved the visuals for this movie, Francis Ford Coppola’s Dracula. 

He said when it first came out, he tried to convince his wife to go and see it in the theaters with him.

"Who’s in it?" she asked.

"Gary Oldman. He’s Dracula" my coworker replied.

"What? Why? Why would Francis Ford Coppola cast the actor from Diff’rent Strokes to play Dracula?" 

I just laughed and laughed at her mistake. Now whenever I see a Gary Oldman movie, like the new Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, I replace him mentally with Gary Coleman. 

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