"Taking one step, the  d i s t a n c e between us begins to change.”

Izumi as a bride (´∀`)♡

baby: a....a
mom: airplane? :)
baby: *deep voice* aoba

theory-of-beauty:

oliviawhen:

oliviawhen:

All I wanna do during storms is draw rain. And tiny lost penguins I guess.

Okay just kidding, i’m sorry. :’>

LEAKED FOOTAGE OF ES 5 AMIRITE

angryblackman:

2damnfeisty:

prettyboyshyflizzy:

theafrocentrics:

classicassi:

out0ftheblue:

thepoeticlovechild:

im-lil-g:

what is shoot up schools?

What Is “Pay For Nudes”?

What is “ride bikes in the rain”

What is “fuck their pets”

What is “dance offbeat”?

what is not combing or washing your hair for 7 years and calling it dreads

what is not season their food?

What is “going exploring in the woods at 2am in the morning”

angryblackman:

2damnfeisty:

prettyboyshyflizzy:

theafrocentrics:

classicassi:

out0ftheblue:

thepoeticlovechild:

im-lil-g:

what is shoot up schools?

What Is “Pay For Nudes”?

What is “ride bikes in the rain”

What is “fuck their pets”

What is “dance offbeat”?

what is not combing or washing your hair for 7 years and calling it dreads

what is not season their food?

What is “going exploring in the woods at 2am in the morning”

nurmengardx:

natasaromanoff:

imagine if you were born with the knowledge of your soulmate’s name but it was a really common name like chris

what a chrisis


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stability:

aresnakesreal:

donatellavevo:

an emotional roller coaster from start to finish

I hate this so much more than anything

a cinematic masterpiece

hasamiha:

(◡‿◡✿)

[west side story’s ‘i feel pretty’ playing in the background]

nannaia:

Fashion of Black Teeth in Old Japan

A Yedo chemist’s recipe for black teeth dye from Tales of Old Japan by A.B. Mitford (1871):

"Take three pints of water, and, having warmed it, add half a teacupful of wine. Put into this mixture a quantity of red-hot iron; allow it to stand for five or six days, when there will be a scum on the top of the mixture, which should then be poured into a small teacup and placed near a fire. When it is warm, powdered gallnuts and iron filings should be added to it, and the whole should be warmed again. The liquid is then painted on to the teeth by means of a soft feather brush, with more powdered gallnuts and iron, and, after several applications, the desired colour will be obtained." (Mitford 203)