Hi I'm Stephanie this is my blog RECENTLY READ: Reading S or "Ship of Theseus" If anyone else has read it or is reading it please message me I need to discuss this with someone

fartgallery:

they say milk helps babies grow but ive poured 3 cartons of it over this baby and so far all it has done is cry

goddamn-batgirl:

prismplague:

arctoidea:

there are too many pictures of mermaids in sexy poses and not enough of them drowning and eating men. whats up with that

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Monday, October 20, 2014

riseoftheguardian:

i honestly can’t even hear the words “tri-state area” without thinking of phineas & ferb

kingmunsterxvii:

stunningpicture:

I was at a horse race yesterday when some kid lost his balloon…

There he go

kingmunsterxvii:

stunningpicture:

I was at a horse race yesterday when some kid lost his balloon…

There he go

dirudo:

Teacher : So what did you bring for show and tell today

Me :

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twentydeepsteps:

hbunot:

how would you even start sex like kiss kiss oh ok look im inside you

thats literally how it is tho

femme-de-lettres:

Large (Wikimedia)
Looking at Anders Zorn’s Sommarnöje, painted in 1886, what would you guess to be the medium?
I took one glance at the clarity and depth of the water, one at the rosy delicacy of the woman’s skin, and a third at the creamy softness of her dress, and determined that—obviously—Zorn used oil.
I was wrong.
Look at the stippled, bled-out wood of the dock; the patchy grey of the man’s shirt and the cloudy sky; the loose blobs of the trees in the distance.
This is a watercolor.
Now, there’s a Guardian article rather tellingly titled, “Why Do You All Dislike Watercolors?” (The answer being, of course, that it’s a time-honored tradition of the art world.)
But this—this is a watercolor.
It’s also, as far as I know (my school German isn’t sufficient for me to be fully confident in my reading of this SvD article in Swedish), the most expensive Swedish painting ever sold.
Go figure.

femme-de-lettres:

Large (Wikimedia)

Looking at Anders Zorn’s Sommarnöje, painted in 1886, what would you guess to be the medium?

I took one glance at the clarity and depth of the water, one at the rosy delicacy of the woman’s skin, and a third at the creamy softness of her dress, and determined that—obviously—Zorn used oil.

I was wrong.

Look at the stippled, bled-out wood of the dock; the patchy grey of the man’s shirt and the cloudy sky; the loose blobs of the trees in the distance.

This is a watercolor.

Now, there’s a Guardian article rather tellingly titled, “Why Do You All Dislike Watercolors?” (The answer being, of course, that it’s a time-honored tradition of the art world.)

But this—this is a watercolor.

It’s also, as far as I know (my school German isn’t sufficient for me to be fully confident in my reading of this SvD article in Swedish), the most expensive Swedish painting ever sold.

Go figure.

 
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