cordeliafoxxofficial:

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You can’t escape followers, i’ve already glued the door shut

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Nice try followers, but I replaced all the glass with rubber.

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Too late followers, I’ve already cloooggged all the toooiiiiillleeeetttts

cvilbrandt:

clairefarronsbutt:

NOT A QUEEN, A KHALEESI

i died

cvilbrandt:

clairefarronsbutt:

NOT A QUEEN, A KHALEESI

i died


Scandinavian tales and creatures

Blåkulla is a legendary meadow where the Devil holds his earthly court during a witches’ sabbath that coincident with Easter. The only way of getting there is by flying, usually on a broom or some other enchanted tool. During this sabbath the witches eat and drink and dance for days, stopping only to have sex with each other, the demons and the Devil himself.  

Scandinavian tales and creatures

Blåkulla is a legendary meadow where the Devil holds his earthly court during a witches’ sabbath that coincident with Easter. The only way of getting there is by flying, usually on a broom or some other enchanted tool. During this sabbath the witches eat and drink and dance for days, stopping only to have sex with each other, the demons and the Devil himself.  
perel:

you got it dude!!!

perel:

you got it dude!!!

fromthedeskofatlas:

catfromwonder:

Svetoslav Petrov

Holy sheeeeet

My heart is an unmade bed;
it might look messy, but I swear
it’s a safe place to rest.

Moriah Pearson  (via thelostdeer)

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polmos:

Salvador Dali Taking His Anteater for a Walk, Paris 1969

polmos:

Salvador Dali Taking His Anteater for a Walk, Paris 1969

(Source: psicreepy)


Scandinavian tales and creatures

Havsmannen (the man of the sea) is a handsome young man who can be found wandering along shores in misty weather. He would seek out a lonely sailor’s wife and transform himself into her husband, which often resulted in the wife giving birth to a green-skinned child with gills and fin-like feet. As an apology, Havsmannen would give the sailor good winds and calm seas, ensuring that his boat never ran aground.  

Scandinavian tales and creatures

Havsmannen (the man of the sea) is a handsome young man who can be found wandering along shores in misty weather. He would seek out a lonely sailor’s wife and transform himself into her husband, which often resulted in the wife giving birth to a green-skinned child with gills and fin-like feet. As an apology, Havsmannen would give the sailor good winds and calm seas, ensuring that his boat never ran aground.