Circus Fire Tragedy

The circus never left town.
Fetch the shovels. Time to bury the clowns.

deadpoolbugle:

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deadpoolbugle:

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Agron + loving Nasir… Hugely.

Jupiter himself would find cause to tremble if he laid hand upon you.“You would battle a god for me?”I would slay all that would lay attempt to wrest you from my arms.

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mikotoawase:

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twistedfate108:

ehehehiddles:

laterovaries:

jshillingford:

No wonder he’s so vain!

All of Loki’s costumes across all three films: Thor the Dark World Armor and Prison Garb; Avengers Formal & Casual Armor, plus the Stuttgart Suit; Thor Formal, Casual and Jotunheim Armor, plus the New Mexico Suit.

Look at the pretty….

*pets the pretty*

Much pretty

I thought it said ‘Stuttgart slut’ and I felt so confused

Fine, Loki. I’m reblogging this, happy now?

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keepitcreepy:

life

Felix + Sarah’s men.

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charminglyantiquated:

a little love story about mermaids and tattoos

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Doomed New Orleans: Hurricane Katrina

I remember this too vividly. Nightmares shouldn’t come true.

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les-sources-du-nil:

Glasgow School of Art glass plate negative showing students in costume. Early 1900’s

les-sources-du-nil:

Glasgow School of Art glass plate negative showing students in costume. Early 1900’s

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invisiblestories:

"The recruits of 1914 have the look of ghosts. They are queuing up to be slaughtered: they are already dead." - Geoff Dyer, The Missing of the Somme
[Image: Austrian soldier at the wooden trenches during WWI, Eastern Europe, 1915, via deathandmysticism]

invisiblestories:

"The recruits of 1914 have the look of ghosts. They are queuing up to be slaughtered: they are already dead." - Geoff Dyer, The Missing of the Somme

[Image: Austrian soldier at the wooden trenches during WWI, Eastern Europe, 1915, via deathandmysticism]

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mortisia:

Folk rhyme
The case was memorialised in a popular skipping-rope rhyme. Folklore says the rhyme was made up by an anonymous writer as a tune to sell newspapers. Others attribute it to the ubiquitous, but anonymous “Mother Goose”. In reality, Lizzie’s stepmother suffered 18 or 19 blows; her father, 11 blows.

mortisia:

Folk rhyme

The case was memorialised in a popular skipping-rope rhyme. Folklore says the rhyme was made up by an anonymous writer as a tune to sell newspapers. Others attribute it to the ubiquitous, but anonymous “Mother Goose”. In reality, Lizzie’s stepmother suffered 18 or 19 blows; her father, 11 blows.

Favorite quotes from Sam Winchester.

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