1. findchaos:

    whowasntthere:

    Some fun (and cheap) make-up hacks for those people that like playing around with make-up, or even just using a tiny bit on special occasions! These are just my tried and true go-tos for my own make-up routine, and they certainly aren’t the only way to go about things! I have plenty more to add in the future, so let me know how you liked these!

    These are awesome, especially when you’re someone like me who uses make-up maybe twice a year, so you don’t exactly have everything you want on hand. My wife is a MacGuyver of make-up (and comics, wtf, I looked away for a second and she pops out this awesomeness).

  2. Reblog if you’d like 1 message from a curious anon.

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  3. blitzpony:

    tenfootpolesociety:

    shavingryansprivates:

    why he lick me

    THIS IS SUPER COOL THOUGH IF YOU UNDERSTAND HORSES. LIKE THAT NIPPING IS A GROOMING BEHAVIOR HORSE’S DO TO BOND AND TO MAINTAIN AND IMPROVE SOCIAL BONDS. SO THAT HORSE IS BASICALLY TREATING THE CAT AS PART OF THE HERD AND SUSTAINING THE FRIENDLY BOND.

    IT IS SAYING, “this tiny horse is very tiny but we are friends. Look at my tiny friend.”

    I seen it a million times but now that it has that comment attached I have to have it on my blorg.

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  4. 2014 Bad Joke No. 105

    365badjokes:

    What’s a horse’s favourite period of history?

    The re-neigh-ssance.

  5. art-of-swords:

    Ritual Dagger (Phurpa)

    • Dated: 15th century
    • Culture: Western or Central Tibetan
    • Medium: iron and brass
    • Measurements: 27 x 2 x 2 inches (68.58 x 5.08 x 5.08 cm)

    Source: Copyright 2014 © LACMA Museum

  6. mughalshit:

Dagger
India, Mughal, early 17th century

Rock crystal, gold, ruby, emerald, diamond, textiles


An early seventeenth century Mughal dagger with a rock crystal hilt inlaid with rubies in a gold tracery design; with later sheath with gold mounts. Recorded in the North Corridor Inventory of Windsor Castle c.1870 as no 803 a ‘Nepalese’ dagger and later noted in the collection of King Edward VII in the early 20th century.
These ear daggers can be seen in Mughal miniature paintings from the reign of the Emperor Jahangir, notably the well known painting attributed to 1618 in the Freer Gallery, Washington D.C., of an imaginary encounter between the Mughal Emperor Jahangir and the Persian Shah Abbas, where the Emperor and his cup bearer both wear them. A number of these daggers with straight quillons in Persian style survive.

    mughalshit:

    Dagger

    India, Mughal, early 17th century

    Rock crystal, gold, ruby, emerald, diamond, textiles

    An early seventeenth century Mughal dagger with a rock crystal hilt inlaid with rubies in a gold tracery design; with later sheath with gold mounts. Recorded in the North Corridor Inventory of Windsor Castle c.1870 as no 803 a ‘Nepalese’ dagger and later noted in the collection of King Edward VII in the early 20th century.

    These ear daggers can be seen in Mughal miniature paintings from the reign of the Emperor Jahangir, notably the well known painting attributed to 1618 in the Freer Gallery, Washington D.C., of an imaginary encounter between the Mughal Emperor Jahangir and the Persian Shah Abbas, where the Emperor and his cup bearer both wear them. A number of these daggers with straight quillons in Persian style survive.

  7. art-of-swords:

    Piha Kaetta Dagger

    • Dated: 18th century
    • Place of Origin: Ceylon (Sri Lanka)
    • Measurements: overall length: 15 inches (380mm). Blade length: 13 inches (330mm)

    This is a very elaborate and beautiful example with ivory grips that are intricately carved and fitted in silver. The grip strap is copper and equally as intricate. The upper part of blade appears to be gilt brass, with a central rosette surrounded by floral patterns. The dagger has a short, heavy, and stubby blade. The original wooden scabbard has a large copper throat piece wonderfully patinated, bordered by a silver band.

    Source: Copyright © 2014 Akaal Arms

  8. hologrif:

    do you ever just get

    viciously jealous

    about people

    like

    no

    that’s my friend

    mine

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  9. darkpancakelord:

    deckster:

    REBLOG: go to your blog and click the egg to see what hatches

    image

    I got Sonic the Hedgehog.

    Sonic the fucking Hedgehog.

    Maybe I cracked the egg too fast.

    (Source: blackpowwer)

  10. anonymousnerdgirl:

godstilldontlikeugly:

lindsaychrist:

jollymermaid:

qveenly:

twelve-thirteen-eleven:

Look at her phone omg

The shoes tho

i loved the 90s

cadet kelly premiered in 2002

everyone knows the 90s didn’t end until about 2004

Reblogging for accuracy of the last comment.

    anonymousnerdgirl:

    godstilldontlikeugly:

    lindsaychrist:

    jollymermaid:

    qveenly:

    twelve-thirteen-eleven:

    Look at her phone omg

    The shoes tho

    i loved the 90s

    cadet kelly premiered in 2002

    everyone knows the 90s didn’t end until about 2004

    Reblogging for accuracy of the last comment.

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  11. tierradentro:

“Medea”, 1868, William Wetmore Story.

    tierradentro:

    Medea”, 1868, William Wetmore Story.

  12. theholmesofbakerstreet:

    metatron and the spn writers spelling cas like ‘cass’