nightvales-voice:

angryinternnoises:

I can’t remember if they outlawed blood curses or not.

Does it really matter whether or not they were outlawed..? 

blackspaceandstars:

Pamela Meyer: How To Spot A Liar

This is so great, for eg:

  • Contempt is the only asymmetrical facial expression?!

"Character is who you are in the dark."

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brigdh:

blackhistoryalbum:

The Black Victorians | Circa Late 1800s
Source: My Ancestor’s Name

     A woman had been standing beside him for some time, a wet cloak hanging from her square, slender shoulders and a look of sickened horror on her face. […] “Do you need help, Madame?”     She raised her eyes to his. Not far—she was a tall woman. Her eyes seemed dark in the shadows, behind thick slabs of gold-rimmed spectacle lenses, but when she turned toward the lamps, they showed their true color, cindery gray flecked with green.     “I need a doctor,” she said. She wore a free woman’s tignon, and in the dusky half-light she had a free woman’s complexion. Her face was a long oval with a mouth too prim and a chin too pronounced for real beauty. All arms and legs, she moved as if she were always going to trip, but never did. […] There was a wry little fold in the corner of her mouth and, even in this time, a dry capacity for amusement.
-Fever Season, Barbara Hambly

brigdh:

blackhistoryalbum:

The Black Victorians | Circa Late 1800s

Source: My Ancestor’s Name

     A woman had been standing beside him for some time, a wet cloak hanging from her square, slender shoulders and a look of sickened horror on her face. […] “Do you need help, Madame?”
     She raised her eyes to his. Not far—she was a tall woman. Her eyes seemed dark in the shadows, behind thick slabs of gold-rimmed spectacle lenses, but when she turned toward the lamps, they showed their true color, cindery gray flecked with green.
     “I need a doctor,” she said. She wore a free woman’s tignon, and in the dusky half-light she had a free woman’s complexion. Her face was a long oval with a mouth too prim and a chin too pronounced for real beauty. All arms and legs, she moved as if she were always going to trip, but never did. […] There was a wry little fold in the corner of her mouth and, even in this time, a dry capacity for amusement.

-Fever Season, Barbara Hambly

blackfashion:

www.lovelifepearls.com
IG: @lovelifepearls

blackfashion:

www.lovelifepearls.com

IG: @lovelifepearls

Tags: Fashion

Trapped by this thing called love

(Source: hiddleston-daily, via dbvictoria)

queerliness:

Emile Levy, The Love Letter, 1872

queerliness:

Emile Levy, The Love Letter, 1872

(Source: Flickr / gatochy, via londoninquisitor)

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(Source: scorpiondagger)


The Moulin Rouge music hall, Paris c. 1914 (via)

The Moulin Rouge music hall, Paris c. 1914 (via)

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dontbearuiner:

hellray:

Mom French braided my mohawk. ♥

Oh hell yes.

I miss my mohawk.

(via lettersfromtitan)

Tags: goth Fashion

pandulce11:

epicallyfunny:

You can easily find all these ice cube trays atmost20.com/IceCubes

I want this because of reasons

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Tags: IceCubes

inutrimentiterrestri:

242-types-of-tobacco-ash:

mvmnm:

Xavier Dolan in Candy Magazine 2013

@inutrimentiterrestri
ciao seconde partie.

I GOT 99 PROBLEMS AND ALL OF THEM ARE XAVIER DOLAN. 

(via captainofalltheships)

Tags: Xavier Dolan

(Source: cutegvys, via mensromance)

Tags: Kiss