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2:29am July 24, 2014

tfhumor:

My favorite people are robots because they aren’t people.

2:28am July 24, 2014

strivingking:

When you’re feeling down and out, REAL friends be like

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2:28am July 24, 2014
bemoretea:

Gather some inspiration and berries with this Lipton #teatime recipe.

bemoretea:

Gather some inspiration and berries with this Lipton #teatime recipe.

2:24am July 24, 2014

charlestan:

I just opened a Storenvy! These are the prints that I have available at the moment, please check them out and share them with your friends! Thanks!

2:23am July 24, 2014

nivalingreenhow:

when McGonagall finds out that Ginny is pregnant, and that the Weasley and Potter bloodlines will converge, she marks on her calender the day the child will turn 11 and that is the day she retires 

2:22am July 24, 2014

futuresounds-overdrive:

Nero // Fugue State

2:20am July 24, 2014
robotnicc:

Red fan art for Supergiant Games’s Transistor. 8)

robotnicc:

Red fan art for Supergiant Games’s Transistor. 8)

2:19am July 24, 2014
victoriousvocabulary:

LOVELY
[adjective]
1. charmingly or exquisitely beautiful.
2. having a beauty that appeals to the heart or mind as well as to the eye, as a person or a face.
3. delightful; highly pleasing: to have a lovely time.
4. of a great moral or spiritual beauty.
[noun]
5. Informal: a beautiful woman, especially a show girl.
6. any person or thing that is pleasing, highly satisfying, or the like.
[adverb]
7. very well; splendidly.
Etymology: from Middle English luvelich, Old English luflīc, “amiable”.
[Jen Mann]

victoriousvocabulary:

LOVELY

[adjective]

1. charmingly or exquisitely beautiful.

2. having a beauty that appeals to the heart or mind as well as to the eye, as a person or a face.

3. delightful; highly pleasing: to have a lovely time.

4. of a great moral or spiritual beauty.

[noun]

5. Informal: a beautiful woman, especially a show girl.

6. any person or thing that is pleasing, highly satisfying, or the like.

[adverb]

7. very well; splendidly.

Etymology: from Middle English luvelich, Old English luflīc, “amiable”.

[Jen Mann]