~ Friday, July 25 ~
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When sex becomes a production or performance that is when it loses its value. Be mutual. Be loud. Be clumsy. Make noises, be quiet, and make a mess. Bite, scratch, push, pull, hold, thrust. Remove pressure from the moment. Love the moment. Embrace it. Enjoy your body; enjoy your partners’ body. Produce sweat, be natural, entice your senses, give into pleasure. Bump heads, miss when you kiss, laugh when it happens. Speak words, speak with your body, speak to their soul. Touch their skin, kiss their goose bumps, and play with their hair. Scream, beg, whimper, sigh, let your toes curl, lose yourself. Chase your breath; keep the lights on, watch their eyes when they explode. Forget worrying about extra skin, sizes of parts and things that are meaningless. Save the expectations, take each second as it comes. Smear your make up, mess up your hair, rid your masculinity, and lose your ego. Detonate together, collapse together, and melt into each other.
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daimonphania:

Nepalese depiction of the Hindu goddess Kālī in sexual union with Bhairava, the wrathful form of Śiva, on a funeral pyre in the burning ground. In her hands she holds a Khadga (scimitar) and a human head; She is menstruating and two blood streams come out of her mouth. Bhairava holds a sword and a shell. Under the Wrathful is the white form of Śiva, with four arms and wearing a tiger skin, holding in his hands a Trishula and a Dhamaru drum.
— follow DAIMONPHANIA, all the beauty in the Underworld!

daimonphania:

Nepalese depiction of the Hindu goddess Kālī in sexual union with Bhairava, the wrathful form of Śiva, on a funeral pyre in the burning ground.
In her hands she holds a Khadga (scimitar) and a human head; She is menstruating and two blood streams come out of her mouth.
Bhairava holds a sword and a shell. Under the Wrathful is the white form of Śiva, with four arms and wearing a tiger skin, holding in his hands a Trishula and a Dhamaru drum.

— follow DAIMONPHANIA, all the beauty in the Underworld!


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~ Wednesday, July 23 ~
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mineralia:

Rhodochrosite from Peru
by Dan Weinrich

mineralia:

Rhodochrosite from Peru

by Dan Weinrich


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~ Tuesday, July 22 ~
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humanwomanband:

Garth Merenghi’s Dark Place, vastly underrated comedy

humanwomanband:

Garth Merenghi’s Dark Place, vastly underrated comedy


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~ Monday, July 21 ~
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oldbookillustrations:

Starling (sturnus vulgaris).
John Gerrard Keulemans, from Coloured figures of the birds of the British Islands vol. 2, issued by Thomas Littleton Powys (Lord Lilford), London, 1885-1897.
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oldbookillustrations:

Starling (sturnus vulgaris).

John Gerrard Keulemans, from Coloured figures of the birds of the British Islands vol. 2, issued by Thomas Littleton Powys (Lord Lilford), London, 1885-1897.

(Source: archive.org)


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~ Sunday, July 20 ~
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grrspit:

rocprinceray:

White People: - “Black people are always pulling the race card!”

Every time I see Shanesha Taylor’s mugshot my heart breaks into pieces.

grrspit:

rocprinceray:

White People: - “Black people are always pulling the race card!”

Every time I see Shanesha Taylor’s mugshot my heart breaks into pieces.

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~ Saturday, July 19 ~
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It’s just a band
— people who will never understand (via spyrex)

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~ Friday, July 18 ~
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~ Thursday, July 17 ~
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Tomorrow night!

Tomorrow night!

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~ Wednesday, July 16 ~
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someoneatethis:

BRB GONNA GO HAVE NIGHTMARES FOREVER

someoneatethis:

BRB GONNA GO HAVE NIGHTMARES FOREVER


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~ Tuesday, July 15 ~
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When you are attracted to people, it’s because of the details. Their kindness. Their eyes. The fact that they can get you to laugh when you need it the most.
— Jodi Picoult, Sing You Home (via psych-facts)

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floozys:

thirp:

I don’t know why but this looks to me like I’m on an operation table receiving surgery from cats

"dr.whiskers their heart rate is rapidly increasing what should we do?" "pass me the squeaky mouse toy stat" 

floozys:

thirp:

I don’t know why but this looks to me like I’m on an operation table receiving surgery from cats

"dr.whiskers their heart rate is rapidly increasing what should we do?" "pass me the squeaky mouse toy stat" 

(Source: catasters)


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~ Sunday, July 13 ~
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Weiner/Wiener

Why is weiner a variant of wiener? Why is it weird but not weird? Isn’t it i before e except after c?

Like most rules for English spelling, there are exceptions, and weiner and weird display this. In school, you heard: Write i before e except after c or when it sounds like an a as in neighbor and weigh. Exceptions include: beige, codeine, conscience, counterfeit, deify, deity, eight, either, feign, feint, foreign, forfeit, heifer, height, heir, heist, leisure, neither, rein, science, seize, society, sovereign, species, sufficient, surfeit, weight, weiner, weird. (And the list goes on!) Why? The rule only applies to digraphs, so words like deity and science do not count. The rule only applies to digraphs that have the /i:/ (ee) pronunciation, as in “piece.” The rule does not apply to words that are recent imports from foreign languages, such as gneiss, dreidel, and enceinte. As far as weiner/wiener, “wiener” is the original spelling (c. 1889, from wiener schnitzel) and weiner is an (erroneous) spelling variant (c. 1961), mainly used in North America.


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~ Friday, July 11 ~
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