My Sincerest Apologies

spazztichero:

funslayer:

spazztichero:

Thank you, Tumblr, for finding yet another easter egg I would have missed. 

That appears to be a Fairbairn-Sykes style fighting knife. Hardly a “pocket knife”

In Soviet Russia…

Hey, I’m sure it’s pretty badass compared to your average pocket knife, but this is what German soldiers carried as pocket knives:

Mercator Pocket Knives, K55K Kat


These pocket knives were the unofficial standard pocket knife of the German soldier during WW2 and became very well known here in the United States after the war, when many of these knives were brought back by American GI’s as war souvenirs.

[…]

They may have started out as souvenirs, but they quickly became prized for their balance, durability, and ability to hold an amazing sharp edge

:)

mckelvie:

alwaysalreadyangry:

(moon knight #2)

If you’re not reading this comic, you should be. 

mckelvie:

alwaysalreadyangry:

(moon knight #2)

If you’re not reading this comic, you should be. 

stand-up-comic-gifs:

I look around, there’s baby pictures of me everywhere. - Sheng Wang (x)

Wear something…black.

leseanthomas:

Mind-blowing oil paintings by Austrian/Jewish painter, LUDWIG DEUTSCH, LEON GEROME & RUDOLF ERNST in the late 1800s:
 The subject, “The Palace Guard” were depictions of North African medieval Muslims, THE MOORS, who settled in & ruled Northern Africa and invaded and conquered many parts of what we would now consider “Southern Europe (Spain, Portugal, France & Southern Italy-ala Sicily)” for nearly 800 years, from as early as the 7th to the 15th century. Their profound, cultural legacy, influence & what they left behind( Such as the great monuments, the Alhambra and the Mezquita) is evident on modern day spanish architecture, art, music and traditions. All but ignored now largely by both Arab and European world history, The Moors played a significant role during the shaping of prehistory in their early settlement.


davidmillerphotoworks:


This is an assemblage of 3 Fuji Instax shots into one larger image, taped together on the back so they appear as you see them. Instax are essentially the Fuji version of Polaroids.  The assemblage is approximately 5” x 7.75” in size.  I shot this in early 2010 with a model in Laguna Beach, CA. The costume is not meant to represent any particular heroine.
These are the original Instax images. There is no watermark/ dust on the actual photographs.  $20 on Etsy!

davidmillerphotoworks:

This is an assemblage of 3 Fuji Instax shots into one larger image, taped together on the back so they appear as you see them. Instax are essentially the Fuji version of Polaroids.  The assemblage is approximately 5” x 7.75” in size.  I shot this in early 2010 with a model in Laguna Beach, CA. The costume is not meant to represent any particular heroine.

These are the original Instax images. There is no watermark/ dust on the actual photographs.  $20 on Etsy!

theashleyclements:

belovedcreation:

I’ve got my @lizziebennetdiaries DVDs and I’ve got my transmedia booklet (via sociallyawkwarddarcy), so I am ready to do my first series binge watch!!

Aaaaah this is just so freaking cool! 

How have I not heard of a modern transmedia retelling of Pride and Prejudice before?

It seems like the sort of thing many of my friends would have flipped over.

theashleyclements:

belovedcreation:

I’ve got my @lizziebennetdiaries DVDs and I’ve got my transmedia booklet (via sociallyawkwarddarcy), so I am ready to do my first series binge watch!!

Aaaaah this is just so freaking cool! 

How have I not heard of a modern transmedia retelling of Pride and Prejudice before?

It seems like the sort of thing many of my friends would have flipped over.

sxyblkmn:

fishcustardandthecumberbeast:

tsundereslasher:

E.T., what about E.T.?

That moment when Jeremy realises he’s in his 40’s.

me trying to talk pop culture with all my friends who are in their 20s :p

daeneryus:

In which Jaime required coffee in order to sit through the wedding vows. [x]

Ha! I’m going to guess they thought the shot would be cut such that it wouldn’t show. Wonder how that wasn’t caught. :)