atme den wahnsinn;

holysimba:

Hairdresser: do you like it?
Me: yes thank you

*goes home and cries*

(via not-thefunniestblog)

englishsnow:

Southwold, England by Tess Smith-Roberts

(via englishsnow)

Emmy Rossum // Vanity Fair - The Substance of Style

(Quelle: noelroeim, via lanaslipscar)

generalelectric:

To raise awareness of the effects of plastic waste in our world’s oceans, all the pieces in G-STAR RAW collection contain recycled plastics. Plastic is a major threat to the health of our oceans due to the rotating water currents in each of the major ocean systems, which accumulate debris fragments into expansive patches. Plastics break down into smaller segments upon long-term exposure to water as well as ultra-violet radiation. Unfortunately, these segments are unusable within the environment, as no natural organism can break down these synthetic molecules. Modifications to the chemical composition of newly manufactured plastic may change this, but until then, conservation initiatives like this G-STAR collection may be the only plan of action to clean our oceans.

- Chris Ing, freshphotons.com | #iOnFashion, NYFW 2014 

(via bonesthatrattle)

(Quelle: ygrltte, via lastisle)

Concept art for 101 Dalmatians

(Quelle: mickeyandcompany, via lanaslipscar)

(Quelle: effingstiles, via tepid-tea)

thehappysorceress:

Not the most graceful, dogs, but I love ‘em.

(Quelle: fit-nnitsa, via tepid-tea)

The Great Masters had used the pit as a prison. It was large enough to hold five hundred men… and more than ample for two dragons. For how long, though? What will happen when they grow too large for the pit? Will they turn on one another with flame and claw? Will they grow wan and weak, with withered flanks and shrunken wings? Will their fires go out before the end? What sort of mother lets her children rot in darkness?

(Quelle: dracomartell, via lycantrophies-moved)

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