productovhate:

i will reblog this until the day i die.

productovhate:

i will reblog this until the day i die.

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kill-la-future-kuroko-story-r2:

God this show’s music and characters really are great..

This song begins with a feel of Satsuki that we’re fed from the beginning, nothing more than the dictator of the school, but then right when the music starts to slow on Satsuki seems to be out of it, she unveils her plan at 1:25, and god this song just represents her so perfectly, and even more so that it slows and has another powerful moment later showing how she never gives up and will find a way to win no matter what.

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paveo:

Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright - Bob Dylan

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losergallagher:

Shameless Meme » Non-romantic/non-sexual relationships [1/5]

Ian and Fiona Gallagher

"Hey, Fiona? I’m gay."
"I know."
"I should have told you a long time ago, I don’t know why I didn’t."
"You’re still on my shit list."

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shopping-and-shit:

Lipstick Pepper Spray (more colors)
$7.99 USD

I like to think there’s more to a person than just one thing.

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Juliet Martin + Being Really Freaking Cute.

R I N G E R

fckyeahringer:

[gif] Ringer - S01E20 - Juliet talking to Catherine at the hospital.

J  u l i e t    

Carice van Houten by Janey van Ierland 

Carice van Houten by Janey van Ierland 

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Queens

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Harriet Goodhue Hosmer, Clasped Hands of Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning, 1853 (source).
One of America’s first professional female sculptors, Harriet Hosmer met Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning in Rome in 1853. The Brownings, both well-known English poets, had eloped to Italy seven years earlier. Shortly after meeting the couple, Hosmer approached them about modeling their hands. Mrs Browning consented to the sculptor’s idea on the condition that Hosmer do the casting herself

Harriet Goodhue Hosmer, Clasped Hands of Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning, 1853 (source).

One of America’s first professional female sculptors, Harriet Hosmer met Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning in Rome in 1853. The Brownings, both well-known English poets, had eloped to Italy seven years earlier. Shortly after meeting the couple, Hosmer approached them about modeling their hands. Mrs Browning consented to the sculptor’s idea on the condition that Hosmer do the casting herself

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