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mrfalling12345:

OMG WHAT DID I DO!?

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hyenaspotz:

I DID meet a fake geek girl once. Turned out she was in fact an assortment of squirrels in a trenchcoat.

Those squirrels sure did know a lot about Batman, though.

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I cried in English, I cried in French, I cried in all the languages, because tears are the same all around the world.
Miranda JulyNo One Belongs Here More Than You
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REBLOG IF YOU’RE A NIGHT VALE CITIZEN.

world-government:

It’s time for our yearly census! World Government is asking all whom identify as a Night Vale Resident to reblog this! This research will help make wonderful happenings in our lovely town. World Government thanks you for your cooperation!

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kuroru-shizuka:

Zdzisław Beksiński

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New Striking Self Portraits by Kyle Thompson

Thompson continues to play with the elements—submerging himself in lakes and muddy puddles, exposing random limbs poking out from the earth, and setting himself on fire. His images have a beautiful sense of movement to them, especially in the recurring presentation of the fluidity of windswept fabric, which often complements his serene expression. Many of the photographer’s images alternate between presenting a visual interpretation of inhaling a breath of fresh air and being suffocated by some unnatural force. However, both of these approaches offer something surreally exquisite.

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themightierthor:

elwoodroy:

Philip Obermarck brings us the mummified heart of a Norse giant.
While going through his famous grandfather’s belongings after his passing in 1937, violinist Lars Sigerson discovered this casket with its gruesome contents. It appears to have been passed from generation to generation within his family for hundreds of years. The explanation and whatever story that goes with it has been lost to the ages.
The inscription on the casket is written in old Norse runes and reads: “Behold! Within this casket lies the heart of the fierce and terrible giant known as Hrungnir, slain this day by Fafrd the Red whose bravery and cunning shall live forever!”



For Katie.

themightierthor:

elwoodroy:

Philip Obermarck brings us the mummified heart of a Norse giant.

While going through his famous grandfather’s belongings after his passing in 1937, violinist Lars Sigerson discovered this casket with its gruesome contents. It appears to have been passed from generation to generation within his family for hundreds of years. The explanation and whatever story that goes with it has been lost to the ages.

The inscription on the casket is written in old Norse runes and reads:
“Behold! Within this casket lies the heart of the fierce and terrible giant known as Hrungnir, slain this day by Fafrd the Red whose bravery and cunning shall live forever!”

For Katie.

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10knotes:

The accuracy of this gifset frustrates me.

Lisa Simpson knows what’s up.

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katherinestasaph:

alexandraerin:

mumblingsage:

norcalnoise:

jemimaaslana:

mapsanddesirefrustrated:

widdershinsgirl:

thesem:

Oh wow it’s a d20 from 2nd Century Rome
Best part? The lot notes:

Several polyhedra in various materials with similar symbols are known from the Roman period. Modern scholarship has not yet established the game for which these dice were used. 


WANT. 

QVIRINVS, YOV CAN’T CAST MAGIC MISSILE “AT THE DARKNESS”, YOV NEED AN ACTVAL TARGET. FVCK’S SAKE. - actual Pompeiian graffiti

LMAO Obviously they spent much time playing Mazes & Minotaurs (TM).

Attack Caesar, roll for damage. Natural 20, critical hit.

They didn’t need the natural 20 to attack Caesar; they had a flanking bonus.

“Alea iacta est!”
“Why are you casting the die? There’s nothing to attack here.”

“YOU CAN’T ATTACK IT, IT IS A POMPEIIAN GAZEBO!”

katherinestasaph:

alexandraerin:

mumblingsage:

norcalnoise:

jemimaaslana:

mapsanddesirefrustrated:

widdershinsgirl:

thesem:

Oh wow it’s a d20 from 2nd Century Rome

Best part? The lot notes:

Several polyhedra in various materials with similar symbols are known from the Roman period. Modern scholarship has not yet established the game for which these dice were used. 

WANT. 

QVIRINVS, YOV CAN’T CAST MAGIC MISSILE “AT THE DARKNESS”, YOV NEED AN ACTVAL TARGET. FVCK’S SAKE. - actual Pompeiian graffiti

LMAO Obviously they spent much time playing Mazes & Minotaurs (TM).

Attack Caesar, roll for damage. Natural 20, critical hit.

They didn’t need the natural 20 to attack Caesar; they had a flanking bonus.

“Alea iacta est!”

“Why are you casting the die? There’s nothing to attack here.”

“YOU CAN’T ATTACK IT, IT IS A POMPEIIAN GAZEBO!”

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Francesca Woodman committed suicide at the age of 22, but left behind a huge collection of photography, over 10,000 negatives. Woodman’s images are untitled and are known only by a location and date.

I love how eerie these are. My goth heart approves.

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