transistoradio:

Mary L. Macomber (1861-1916), Night and Her Daughter Sleep (1902), oil on canvas, 63.2 x 76.2 cm. Collection of Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC, USA. Via Smithsonian.
lesundancekid:

Botticelli’s Venus

I always thought of her more as an apparition than a woman.
im-the-same-as-them:

 hope this never happens to anyone
sprinkleofglitr:

haitianderulo:

musicalmurderscene:


Dog: Hello koi!
Koi: HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG! HELLO DOG!

this just makes me happy for some reason.

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For Jack
  • dandelionboyy:

    The world has bigger problems than boys who kiss boys