The Random Me

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gabite:

cradily:

sophlaa:

cradily:

irish is such a shady language because hello is “dia duit” but directly translated it means “god be with you” and when someone says hello back they say “dia is muire duit” which means “god and mary be with you” .. its like “i see your god and i raise you the holy virgin whatcha gonna do bout it bitch”

irish isnt a language…

Ith mo thóin

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Neversink Pit by Brian Masney

x-enial:

Neversink Pit by Brian Masney


we must be nothing. what can we possibly be?

we must be nothing. what can we possibly be?

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Surreal Sunset (source)

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Surreal Sunset (source)

artsandcrafts28:

“Black-Breasted Plovercrest”
Martin Johnson Heade 
c. 1864-1865

artsandcrafts28:

“Black-Breasted Plovercrest”

Martin Johnson Heade 

c. 1864-1865

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malformalady:

Photo credit: Igor Fufriancky

malformalady:

Photo credit: Igor Fufriancky

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Who Needs Coffee Wake Up Call
The eyes have it on this one. Rest of him isn’t half bad either.

Who Needs Coffee Wake Up Call

The eyes have it on this one. Rest of him isn’t half bad either.

Who Needs Coffee Wake Up Call European Edition

Who Needs Coffee Wake Up Call European Edition

zombienormal:

Alphonse Mucha, Le Pater, 1889. Le Pater, printed by  F. Champenois and published by Henri Piazza in Paris, 1899, consisted of seven illustrations by Mucha juxtaposed with seven verses of the Lord’s prayer.
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zombienormal:

Alphonse Mucha, Le Pater, 1889. Le Pater, printed by  F. Champenois and published by Henri Piazza in Paris, 1899, consisted of seven illustrations by Mucha juxtaposed with seven verses of the Lord’s prayer.

Via  The Set.

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