I know, I know - freeze. 

allthingseurope:

Uzhhorod, Ukraine (by ilookandsee)

allthingseurope:

Uzhhorod, Ukraine (by ilookandsee)

0ce4n-g0d:

Lost World by Mark Gvazdinskas

0ce4n-g0d:

Lost World by 

melon-lord-official:

Police Chief Toph Beifong stomping the ground and feeling the vibrations run up the giant intricate metal statue just erected in her honour and saying “so THAT’S what I look like?” and smiling.

thebaddestfemaleradfem:

huntyqueen:

Today one of my friends was dress coded for her bra strap showing and so she wrote on the gym shirt that they gave her. It reads “Dress Code: promotes the objectification and sexualization of young bodies, blames the wearer for the onlooker’s perceptions/actions, perpetuates rape culture, and is bullshit” On the back she wrote “You can’t shame me for something I’m not ashamed for”. It was really cool seeing all of the people’s reactions who saw it and I thought what she did was pretty cool.

YES YOUNG WOMEN STANDING UP FOR THEMSELVES
ENDLESS APPLAUSE

thebaddestfemaleradfem:

huntyqueen:

Today one of my friends was dress coded for her bra strap showing and so she wrote on the gym shirt that they gave her. It reads “Dress Code: promotes the objectification and sexualization of young bodies, blames the wearer for the onlooker’s perceptions/actions, perpetuates rape culture, and is bullshit” On the back she wrote “You can’t shame me for something I’m not ashamed for”. It was really cool seeing all of the people’s reactions who saw it and I thought what she did was pretty cool.

YES YOUNG WOMEN STANDING UP FOR THEMSELVES

ENDLESS APPLAUSE

alcoholicgifts:

ecofrat:

me gettin stabbed as usual

"lol what can you do"

alcoholicgifts:

ecofrat:

me gettin stabbed as usual

"lol what can you do"

victoriousvocabulary:

GLEDE
[noun]
1. burning coal; an ember.
2. cinder.
Etymology: from Old English glēd. Not to be confused with Glede the bird of prey.
[Talbot Hughes - Cinderella]

victoriousvocabulary:

GLEDE

[noun]

1. burning coal; an ember.

2. cinder.

Etymology: from Old English glēd. Not to be confused with Glede the bird of prey.

[Talbot Hughes - Cinderella]


dorkly:

Your Nerd Heroes Get Samurai-Era Redesigns

To see more, click here!

Wow, Takao Nagakawa. Just wow. Thank you for this awesome fan art.


fantasmics:

Threatened species featured in Disney films

Information found on The IUCN Red List of Theatened Species and The World Wildlife Fund. Please support and raise awareness for these organizations that help protect endangered wildlife and conserve the diversity of nature.
rhamphotheca:

Three stages of the a Common Poppy (Papaver rhoeas):
bud, flower and fruit (capsule). The species, which grows up to 70 cm (28 in) in height, has large showy flowers which measure 50 to 100 mm (2.0 to 3.9 in). The flower stem is usually covered with coarse hairs that are held at right angles to the surface. The later capsules are hairless, obovoid in shape, and less than twice as tall as they are wide, with a stigma at least as wide as the capsule.

Poppies are soil seed bank plants which germinate when the soil is disturbed. After the extensive ground disturbance caused by the fighting in World War I, poppies bloomed in between the trench lines and no man’s lands on the Western Front. They have since become commonly used in western countries on and before Remembrance Day each year, as a symbol of remembrance.
 Photograph: Alvesgaspar
(via: Wikipedia)

rhamphotheca:

Three stages of the a Common Poppy (Papaver rhoeas):

bud, flower and fruit (capsule). The species, which grows up to 70 cm (28 in) in height, has large showy flowers which measure 50 to 100 mm (2.0 to 3.9 in). The flower stem is usually covered with coarse hairs that are held at right angles to the surface. The later capsules are hairless, obovoid in shape, and less than twice as tall as they are wide, with a stigma at least as wide as the capsule.

Poppies are soil seed bank plants which germinate when the soil is disturbed. After the extensive ground disturbance caused by the fighting in World War I, poppies bloomed in between the trench lines and no man’s lands on the Western Front. They have since become commonly used in western countries on and before Remembrance Day each year, as a symbol of remembrance.

Photograph: Alvesgaspar

(via: Wikipedia)

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