art-of-swords:

Moro Keris Sword

  • Dated: 18th century
  • Culture: Javanese
  • Medium: steel, silver, wood

Source: Copyright © 2014 Historical Arms and Armor

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hod-the-blind:

dx11:

mancermechro:

not sure why people don’t automatically say “shapeshifting” when asked what they want their superpower to be. you could become anyone you want. even fictional characters. anyone. cosplay would always be spot-on. dysphoria wouldn’t exist. perfection

rob a bank and disguise yourself as a stray pen lying on a shelf when the cops come

A pen with a shit ton of money lying next to it.

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ellieincolour:

gryffindorgay:

“According to Greek mythology, humans were originally created with four arms, four legs, and a head with two faces. Fearing their power, Zeus split them into two separate beings condemning them to spend their lives in search for their other halves.”

~Plato’s The Symposium.

How many times will I reblog this? “Always.”

I will always reblog. 

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nprfreshair:

New York Times photojournalist Tyler Hicks spoke to Fresh Air about his Pulitzer Prize-winning photographs of the terrorist siege at a Nairobi mall in September 2013. In today’s interview Hicks tells Terry Gross about taking this photo:

"It’s a very exposed vantage point so I didn’t spend a lot of time there. But I looked down and saw this incredible scene of a young woman with two children hiding on the floor of a café. You could see shell casings all around them from bullets and they were just petrified, they were completely still and … to me, that photograph really sums up what happened there. Outside of the frame, all around them and on the floor of this mall were bodies, a man next to an ATM machine, a woman still holding a shopping bag who had been killed, and they somehow managed to avoid that."

The webpage includes more of his prize-winning photos. Interview extras can be found on Soundcloud. 
Photo Tyler Hicks/New York Times 

magical-meow:

Irina Shvayakova ~ This Maine Coon cutie’s name is Orgami

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reaction-designs-metalwork:

Treasure Chest Pendant: We all had one. A Lego treasure trove that represented the most valuable things our young minds could imagine. Gold, jewels, lost artifacts, rare minerals, or alien technology. Anything we wanted, anything Lego people would fight and die for, securely hidden inside an unassuming chest.

Now you can recapture your lost treasure and wear it proudly as a symbol of your vibrant creativity and irrepressible inner child!

Lovingly arranged by a caring hand, this pendant combines all the classic treasures of the Lego kingdom! Gold nuggets, coins, ingots, and colorful gems. This pendant amasses a wealth that would be the envy of any Lego adventurer.

Handmade from actual Lego pieces, held in place by jeweler’s epoxy and sealed to protect against wear and fading. Comes on your choice of a gold filled chain or black jeweler’s cord.

djabal:

"Way to heaven …" ~ Explore by Kat-i on Flickr.

krushak-dagra:

OCH-art - author’s jewelry

Website of OCH-art - http://och-art.com
Facebook page of OCH-art - https://www.facebook.com/pages/OCH-art/1420116654910599

youwontwin:

aprisity:

blackcatbelle:

view from work today. 

the dream

perfect
tastybaconface:

does anyone remember this?

foodffs:

Polenta Skillet Eggs with Chorizo

Really nice recipes. Every hour.

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hreny:

this cartoon was real

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nickfuckface:

parents: “u should be more active”
me: image

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taikonaut:

I FUCKED UP.
DON’T LOOK AT ME.