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washes hair 3 times

peperomint:

nail polish on fingernails: 2 days
nail polish on toenails: 200 years. ur ghost will have glittery toes. ur descendants will come out of the womb w/ revlon 791 midnight affair perfectly applied. infinite

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retronauthq:

WWI: Pigeon being released from tank 


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During WWI, when tanks were cornered into hopeless situations, in a desperate last ditch effort they would sometimes release a pigeon. All tanks were outfitted with normally one, sometimes two pigeons, of various breeds, specifically for this purpose. The pigeon would use unfathomable power to destroy absolutely everything around it, but often would also destroy the tank it was released from and kill its occupants in the process, which is why tank operators were so hesitant to resort to releasing their pigeons. Over 10,000 people were killed during WWI from pigeon related combat alone.

The most infamous pigeon related incident during the war was at the Third Battle of Ypres in 1917, when British colonel Reginald William Edwards released an extremely powerful Szegediner Highflier pigeon from the Mark IV tank he was operating, which had become immobilized in mud and surrounded by several German Leichter Kampfwagen I tanks. The Highfligher immediately flew up to an altitude surpassing Earth’s mesosphere, then plunged back down, diving into one of the LK I tanks and creating a massive shockwave that killed over 1,500 and injured tens of thousands of soldiers and civilians alike.

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JD leans on something wooden. 

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Is that Tyler the Creator

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previouslysane:

nipples……………..hacked
clitoris………………hacked
butthole……………… im in

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when i was 3 i insisted on having this picture taken

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luchshevtroyem:

Vodyanoi 
The Vodyanoi (literally “the one in the water”) is widely featured in folklore, because Russia is a country of rivers, lakes and seas, which were the main trade routes in times gone by. The cult of the vodyanoi was stronger in the northern part of Russia, close to the White Sea. Searching for Russia’s ‘Loch Ness’ A vodyanoi is much more than a simple merman (mermen and mermaids were his servants and children) – he is the king of the underwater realm, and should be revered and feared as such. Black or blue-skinned, with a fin and a fishtail, he appears mostly at night, combing his tangled seaweed-colored hair on the river bank. The rules of communication with a vodyanoi are simple. At night, any interactions with rivers and lakes were forbidden – be it fetching water, crossing or fishing. As for swimming, it was outlawed on big holidays, when many people were drunk; and it’s totally wrong to brag of your swimming skills and endurance at all times – the vodyanoi likes boasters most of all. He doesn’t kill those who drown; he just takes them to his realm to serve him forever. That is why victims of drowning (as well as suicides) were not buried at Orthodox cemeteries – it might upset vodyanoi and cause drought or hail.
Source: Russia Beyond the Headlines - http://rbth.com/arts/2014/06/13/scary_monsters_russias_creatures_of_folklore_live_on_36659.html)

luchshevtroyem:

Vodyanoi

The Vodyanoi (literally “the one in the water”) is widely featured in folklore, because Russia is a country of rivers, lakes and seas, which were the main trade routes in times gone by. The cult of the vodyanoi was stronger in the northern part of Russia, close to the White Sea. Searching for Russia’s ‘Loch Ness’ A vodyanoi is much more than a simple merman (mermen and mermaids were his servants and children) – he is the king of the underwater realm, and should be revered and feared as such. Black or blue-skinned, with a fin and a fishtail, he appears mostly at night, combing his tangled seaweed-colored hair on the river bank. The rules of communication with a vodyanoi are simple. At night, any interactions with rivers and lakes were forbidden – be it fetching water, crossing or fishing. As for swimming, it was outlawed on big holidays, when many people were drunk; and it’s totally wrong to brag of your swimming skills and endurance at all times – the vodyanoi likes boasters most of all. He doesn’t kill those who drown; he just takes them to his realm to serve him forever. That is why victims of drowning (as well as suicides) were not buried at Orthodox cemeteries – it might upset vodyanoi and cause drought or hail.


Source: Russia Beyond the Headlines - http://rbth.com/arts/2014/06/13/scary_monsters_russias_creatures_of_folklore_live_on_36659.html)

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wasthatnotsideblog:

just gonna say this: if someone has social anxiety and they ask you something akin to ‘are you mad at me’ or ‘do you hate me’, it isn’t because they don’t trust you, it’s because their brain literally tells them that all the time

it’s not a personal slight, it’s insecurity caused by mental illness

thanks

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