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lost-tales-of-middle-earth:

Legolas being pretty in Lothlorien because of reasons

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bjorkb:

Björk by warren du preez
2000

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nuditea:

last night a guy said to me “you are very, very pretty” and i said “i know” and he said like patronisingly “you KNOW?” and i said “you think you’re the first person to ever compliment me?” and he didn’t know where to go from there

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matoba-sama:

friendlierterms:

lunarflowerhymn:

alukaforyou:

daddyerwinsmith:

imagine if these were the straps for 3MG in SNK

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yes.

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It happened. 

Party Corps, move out.

first and last snk cos

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get to know me meme | [8/10] favorite movies: Death Becomes Her (1992)

"This is life’s ultimate cruelty. It offers us a taste of youth and vitality, and then it makes us witness our own decay."

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{Indian Couture} Part VIII | Tarun Tahiliani

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fyspringfield:

37 now…

fyspringfield:

37 now…

ohcomelymagazine:

Violet Lemonade
You will need:
The juice of one lemon3 tbsp of violet syrup1 tbsp of simple sugar syrup (2 parts sugar to 1 part water, boiled until the sugar is dissolved and cooled to room temperature)½ cup of cold waterLots of ice
Head over to our blog for Erin Spens’ recipe of how to make this - plus how to make Violet Ice Cubes!

ohcomelymagazine:

Violet Lemonade

You will need:

The juice of one lemon
3 tbsp of violet syrup
1 tbsp of simple sugar syrup (2 parts sugar to 1 part water, boiled until the sugar is dissolved and cooled to room temperature)
½ cup of cold water
Lots of ice

Head over to our blog for Erin Spens’ recipe of how to make this - plus how to make Violet Ice Cubes!

dianaandpansson:

Before school ended I tried my hand at making violet syrup based on Sarah Lawless’ recipe.

After handpicking violets for hours into the jar, I filled it most of the way with water then added a couple splashes of vodka. I let it sit for 48 hours, shaking it a few times each day, and it infused into a gorgeous purple hue easily. Too much alcohol will bleach the flowers instead, so be careful to follow Sarah’s instructions. I found much better results picking off most of the sepals and stem-stubs before infusing (contrary to the first two photos, above). The next few steps were to strain, bring it to a boil and add equal parts sugar, strain again after the sugar had melted and the syrup cooled, then refrigerate!

What a fun spring experiment. Thank you Sarah Lawless!