-eliesaab:

Dilek Hanif Haute Couture S/S 2012.

posted 1 hour ago via calonari · © -eliesaab with 3,607 notes

angel-chu:

I have no reason to love her and she has no reason to love me BULLSHIT.

posted 1 hour ago via angel-chu · © arriku with 4,961 notes

angel-chu:

starrequiem:

[L'Amour Impitoyable]

I had hoped that could posted earlier, but,I’m slower than a snail OTL

A/N: This pic I mean to be taken in a symbolic way of course, not it by not means indicates that Sasuke put his hand through her chest //drops mic

Did you feel her LOVE, Sasuke? Beautiful art as always, with powerful imagery, starrequiem!
posted 1 hour ago via angel-chu · © starrequiem with 457 notes

johnnysjetpack:

tchy:

dark-vowelled:

sclez:

durendals:

there is literally no difference between academic scholars discussing their interpretations of a text and a bunch of people yelling YOUR HEADCANON IS WRONG at each other

As a Masters student I can vouch for this.

The difference is citations.

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saku-23:

Your eyes, they shine so bright
I want to save their light
I can’t escape this now
Unless you show me how.


{Sooo I was supposed to do my English homework this afternoon but… I guess i got lost on the road xD }

saku-23:

Your eyes, they shine so bright
I want to save their light
I can’t escape this now
Unless you show me how.


{Sooo I was supposed to do my English homework this afternoon but… I guess i got lost on the road xD }

posted 5 hours ago via saku-23 with 21 notes

jadeandonyx:

sasusakuparadise:

jadeandonyx:

as long as we live under the same platonic sky, silently and platonically for that day i wait

sakura filled sasuke’s lonely existence with the emotion called PLATONICAL love

sakura’s heart, platonically thinking of sasuke, devours the wicked power


biniall:

it’s okay ❀ a feel better mix for girls      girls have it rough sometimes. whether it’s society, people, or just life getting you down, this mix is a gentle reminder that you are not alone, that better times are on their way and, in the meantime, it’s okay to not be okay. // or, ten upbeat songs sung by girls for girls  ✿

o1. pony (it’s ok) - erin mccarleyo2. gonna get over you - sara bareilleso3. merry happy - kate nasho4. fidelity - regina spektoro5. boyfriend (cover) - marina and the diamondso6. lost girls - tilly and the wallo7. much too long now - the soundso8. secrets - mary lamberto9. golden baby - cœur de pirate1o. place for us - the mummers

listen ▸

biniall:

it’s okay ❀ a feel better mix for girls
      girls have it rough sometimes. whether it’s society, people, or just life getting you down, this mix is a gentle reminder that you are not alone, that better times are on their way and, in the meantime, it’s okay to not be okay. // or, ten upbeat songs sung by girls for girls  ✿

o1. pony (it’s ok) - erin mccarley
o2. gonna get over you - sara bareilles
o3. merry happy - kate nash
o4. fidelity - regina spektor
o5. boyfriend (cover) - marina and the diamonds
o6. lost girls - tilly and the wall
o7. much too long now - the sounds
o8. secrets - mary lambert
o9. golden baby - cœur de pirate
1o. place for us - the mummers

listen

posted 13 hours ago via sansastark · © biniall with 473 notes

keep-calm-stay-healthy:

This woman has a lot of good shit to say.


thewritingcafe:

A lot of people are trying to write more diverse worlds, but a lot of people are also perfectionists who need to know every detail and reason in their world. Here are some ways and explanations for creating a diverse world. This is geared toward pre-industrial and early industrial societies.
Trade: Trade can do wonders. Trade is how your characters get rare fabrics, different foods, knowledge of other cultures, knowledge of other languages, cultural diffusion, and more. Trade can occur over land or over water. You can get characters to travel halfway around the world. You can have trade posts near major cities. Groups of traders who travel over land can go through cities, towns, and tiny villages. Entire cultures can be centered around trade and they can have influence on many parts of your world.
Exile: This can make for some interesting stories for characters. Using exile can put entire families or even whole groups of people (ethnic groups, religious groups, a village, etc.) in faraway lands where they’ll probably stay for a long time. Means of exile can vary. They might have been banished from their land or a natural disaster could have forced them to move.
Hiding: Like exile, you can uproot characters and place them in another place while also coming up with an interesting back story for why they are hiding. This can also reveal a bit about your world. If there are several people in hiding from one particular place, what does that say about the relationship between these two places or these places themselves (i.e., corruptness, law, freedom, etc.)?
Politics: Political rulers are not confined to their homes. They can travel to other nations for political or personal reasons. They might need to discuss political matters with another ruler or they might be guests at a party. There are also political marriages or children of political leaders who live elsewhere as a ward.
War: War, past or present, can bring people to your setting. Some people might be refugees, some might be descendants of prisoners of war, and some might be allies. Or, a past war could have acquired more land and the people who were there, making them citizens of the new nation post-war (depending on the rules of citizenship). Whether they’re citizens or not, they’re still in the same nation and it’s likely some will travel to major cities or elsewhere within the nation’s borders. There can also be forts and camps for a military of another nation.
Education: Does your setting have some type of prestigious school? If schools are few, ones like these can attract the rich, powerful, and/or connected from several surrounding areas. Even if there are several schools a prestigious one can still attract many people.
Religion: Some religions have a goal of spreading their beliefs, so you can bring that into your world. Other times, if there is something of religious significance in your setting, religious people may travel there on a regular basis. Those who spread religion might travel on similar routes of traders (or they might be the traders) to talk about their religion. Or there might be places where religious leaders gather and live.
Exploration: You can get some explorers, or even just wandering travelers, to go to faraway places in search of resources, people, enlightenment, religion, important objects, and more. Another option would be researchers.
Festivals and Ceremonies: These can be tied to religion, history, politics, and many other things. Large celebrations can bring tons of people to one place, whether it’s in a city or not. If you’ve got something like this in your story, take advantage of it to introduce new people and cultures.

thewritingcafe:

A lot of people are trying to write more diverse worlds, but a lot of people are also perfectionists who need to know every detail and reason in their world. Here are some ways and explanations for creating a diverse world. This is geared toward pre-industrial and early industrial societies.

Trade: Trade can do wonders. Trade is how your characters get rare fabrics, different foods, knowledge of other cultures, knowledge of other languages, cultural diffusion, and more. Trade can occur over land or over water. You can get characters to travel halfway around the world. You can have trade posts near major cities. Groups of traders who travel over land can go through cities, towns, and tiny villages. Entire cultures can be centered around trade and they can have influence on many parts of your world.

Exile: This can make for some interesting stories for characters. Using exile can put entire families or even whole groups of people (ethnic groups, religious groups, a village, etc.) in faraway lands where they’ll probably stay for a long time. Means of exile can vary. They might have been banished from their land or a natural disaster could have forced them to move.

Hiding: Like exile, you can uproot characters and place them in another place while also coming up with an interesting back story for why they are hiding. This can also reveal a bit about your world. If there are several people in hiding from one particular place, what does that say about the relationship between these two places or these places themselves (i.e., corruptness, law, freedom, etc.)?

Politics: Political rulers are not confined to their homes. They can travel to other nations for political or personal reasons. They might need to discuss political matters with another ruler or they might be guests at a party. There are also political marriages or children of political leaders who live elsewhere as a ward.

War: War, past or present, can bring people to your setting. Some people might be refugees, some might be descendants of prisoners of war, and some might be allies. Or, a past war could have acquired more land and the people who were there, making them citizens of the new nation post-war (depending on the rules of citizenship). Whether they’re citizens or not, they’re still in the same nation and it’s likely some will travel to major cities or elsewhere within the nation’s borders. There can also be forts and camps for a military of another nation.

Education: Does your setting have some type of prestigious school? If schools are few, ones like these can attract the rich, powerful, and/or connected from several surrounding areas. Even if there are several schools a prestigious one can still attract many people.

Religion: Some religions have a goal of spreading their beliefs, so you can bring that into your world. Other times, if there is something of religious significance in your setting, religious people may travel there on a regular basis. Those who spread religion might travel on similar routes of traders (or they might be the traders) to talk about their religion. Or there might be places where religious leaders gather and live.

Exploration: You can get some explorers, or even just wandering travelers, to go to faraway places in search of resources, people, enlightenment, religion, important objects, and more. Another option would be researchers.

Festivals and Ceremonies: These can be tied to religion, history, politics, and many other things. Large celebrations can bring tons of people to one place, whether it’s in a city or not. If you’ve got something like this in your story, take advantage of it to introduce new people and cultures.


dymx:

What the hell am I doing щ(゚Д゚щ)

dymx:

What the hell am I doing щ(゚Д゚щ)

posted 1 day ago via ss-chemistry · © dymx with 2,822 notes