dont-stop-dancing:

Listen to your heart ❤️

dont-stop-dancing:

Listen to your heart ❤️

tamorapierce:

Nina Paley is a brilliant filmmaker who, if you ever saw it, came to my friends’ and my attention with a great short film called “Sita Sings the Blues,” a modern re-telling of an excerpt from the Hindu romance of Rama and Sita. 

This short is something else again, a rapid-but-thorough depiction of the history of the chunk of land between Jordan and the Mediterranean.  The song is the theme song to the Sixties movie “Exodus,” about the creation of the state of Israel.

Enjoy! (If it doesn’t hurt too much.)


Anton Van Hertbruggen

Anton Van Hertbruggen

radjew:

if you buy me cute underwear i’ll model it for you

laflaneuse8:

Pablo Picasso, Nude, 1931

laflaneuse8:

Pablo Picasso, Nude, 1931

Culture Club - Karma Chameleon
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ufocottoncandy:

throwbacksongs:

Culture Club - Karma Chameleon

Loving would be easy if your colors were like my dream
Red, gold and green
Red, gold and green

I’m sorry you were not truly loved and that it made you cruel.
Warsan Shire   (via soulrebelwolf)
veritatem:

thebrainscoop:

Northern eyelash boa (Trachyboa boulengeri). A small and unusual boa species, one of two recognized within the genus. They are known to completely freeze when handled or threatened, which is probably more confusing than it is entirely effective. 

TELL ME THAT DIAPHONIZATION IS NOT THE COOLEST THING EVER HUH
GO AHEAD TRY

veritatem:

thebrainscoop:

Northern eyelash boa (Trachyboa boulengeri). A small and unusual boa species, one of two recognized within the genus. They are known to completely freeze when handled or threatened, which is probably more confusing than it is entirely effective. 

TELL ME THAT DIAPHONIZATION IS NOT THE COOLEST THING EVER HUH

GO AHEAD TRY

phototoartguy:

Clinging on with sticky toes, a green tree frog sits bravely on its unlikely friend - a large tree python. 
Picture: Fahmi Bhs/Solent News

phototoartguy:

Clinging on with sticky toes, a green tree frog sits bravely on its unlikely friend - a large tree python. 

Picture: Fahmi Bhs/Solent News