1. Meow 😸

  4. oriental-sunrise:

    This illustration appeared in one of the american magazines in 1994, 7 years before World Trade Center attacks. 

    (via theycallmegrimetime)

  6. kjerstifaret:

    A comic about why witches are stereotyped as riding broom: 

    Apparently once upon a time there was an ointment one could rub on a broom - that was most popular amongst herbalists (such as many witches) - that was a hallucinogenic. One would ride the broom for masturbating purposes and the ointment would be absorbed through the mucus membrane of the vagina and give the rider a sensation of flying.

    Now you will never look at Quidditch the same way again. 

    (via theycallmegrimetime)

  7. all-things-fcked:

    Join the cult, don't drink the Kool-Aid.

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  9. foie:


    back home there’s a famous inn renowned for it’s ridiculously kitschy “themed” rooms that haven’t changed since like the 1960’s-70’s & i’ve always wanted to stay in one really bad (esp that last one like hello, giant round blue bed??? amazin)

    and I really wanna go here

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  10. This is Mercury! He is available for adoption through Animal Friends Rescue Project. He’s 2 years old and so sweet! He only has three legs but that doesn’t stop him! He is faster them Murdock and loves to play! If anyone is interested let me know or contact AFRP.


  12. "I am sad and have a passion for unknown, distant places. I want to see the world. And I would love it, if I just had the chance to get away for a little while. But sadly, things aren’t that easy; desire won’t change a thing."
    — Abraham M. Alghanem, A Dying Flower (via perfect)

    (Source: wordsthat-speak, via floralbites)


  13. mylourrydiary:


    Can u believe there are plants that are illegal

    Can you believe there is love that is illegal

    (Source: hhlil, via floralbites)

  14. humanoidhistory:

    The planet Saturn, photographed by the Voyager 1 space probe on October 18, 1980. (NASA)

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