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galya ♦ 22 ♦ russia
random is my second name. i reblog what i like and now it's: 2am, shinhwa, stock, b1a4, beijing, seoul, and food food food. i have soft spot for visas and sockets
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allthingseurope:

Trier, Germany (by ivvy million)

allthingseurope:

Trier, Germany (by ivvy million)

빵빵빵빵 ♡

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adorkablefamily:

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cassbones:

whatacartouchebag:

oliviabensons:

it’s not an obsession until you search for fanfiction

It’s not a true obsession until you run out of fanfiction to read.

and shit gets real when you start writing fanfiction

i just saw the last two years of my life flash before my eyes

Hell yeah

so i almost always START with getting the shit real…

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I  ’  M    O  N    M  Y    O  W  N    N  O  W

"Raven!"
"That’s  n o t  my name."

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Ten/Rose requested by: anonymous

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jae-no:

THIS JUST IN: JAEHYO’S BROTHER OWNS & RAISES HELLA TARANTULAS 

“I may have fangirled more than I expected.”

—   Every person in every fandom in every universe (via not-another-life)

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archivesfoundation:

Happy National Teddy Bear Day! Political cartoonist Clifford Berryman is credited with introducing the teddy bear into the American vernacular after President Theodore Roosevelt famously refused to shoot an old, haggard bear during a hunting trip. Berryman changed the old bear into a cute, cuddly “teddy bear”—named for the President—and it became a common symbol in Berryman’s cartoons.  This self-portrait shows Berryman’s “signature style” in the exhibit “Making Their Mark: Stories Through Signatures,” on display in the National Archives Museum’s O’Brien Gallery through January 4, 2015.“Making Their Mark: Stories Through Signatures” is made possible in part by the Foundation for the National Archives with the generous support of Lead Sponsor AT&T. Major additional support provided by the Lawrence F. O’Brien Family and members of the Board of the Foundation for the National Archives.  Image: "Self-Portrait of Clifford Berryman, 1904"

archivesfoundation:

Happy National Teddy Bear Day! Political cartoonist Clifford Berryman is credited with introducing the teddy bear into the American vernacular after President Theodore Roosevelt famously refused to shoot an old, haggard bear during a hunting trip. Berryman changed the old bear into a cute, cuddly “teddy bear”—named for the President—and it became a common symbol in Berryman’s cartoons.

This self-portrait shows Berryman’s “signature style” in the exhibit Making Their Mark: Stories Through Signatures,” on display in the National Archives Museum’s O’Brien Gallery through January 4, 2015.

“Making Their Mark: Stories Through Signatures” is made possible in part by the Foundation for the National Archives with the generous support of Lead Sponsor AT&T. Major additional support provided by the Lawrence F. O’Brien Family and members of the Board of the Foundation for the National Archives.

Image: "Self-Portrait of Clifford Berryman, 1904"

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미친거 아니야?

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burntlikethesun:

The whole world is stinking. How can anything be worse than this?

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