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emmagrant01:

The lemon is in play!

We are totally doing this during the cap art show next year.

emmagrant01:

The lemon is in play!

We are totally doing this during the cap art show next year.


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"Too often we see female characters pitted against each other for jobs or for men. While the ladies on Brooklyn Nine-Nine are certainly competitive, they do not tear each other down or view each other as rivals. [They] are all wildly different characters, but they come together to support each other as friends and colleagues." (x)

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gayindustrialcomplex:

fag3000:

gayindustrialcomplex:

Spiders eat their parents all the time and no one cares when they do it so what the fuck

did you eat your parents

How about you mind your own business

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pentaholic4life:

RIGHT IN THE FEELS.


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itsmoony:

on a scale from sebastian stan in the winter soldier trailer to sebastian stan in once upon a time how good is my eyeliner

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larpcouture:

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This post has been interrupted to inform you that smoking hot lesbians in New York and London in the 1920s often wore monocles (source).
*beeeeeeeeeeeeeeep*
So, yes. Ahem. Aside from being a blush-inducing bit of sapphic sartorial history, monocles are another piece of eye wear made like jewelry to allow fashionable, overly wealthy young people to distinguish themselves from their elders. The technology required to make them isn’t any more complicated than glasses- in fact, with their lack of hinges and so forth, they are a touch easier. They’re more impractical, however; unless they’ve been custom fitted to your face, they tend to fall out easily. If you’re the sort of dandy for whom that is hardly an inconvenience, then you can get one for as little as $10 from etsy!
Shown Above: Monocle Necklace Vintage Optical Lens. Ships worldwide. $10 USD

larpcouture:

*Beep*

*Beep*

This post has been interrupted to inform you that smoking hot lesbians in New York and London in the 1920s often wore monocles (source).

*beeeeeeeeeeeeeeep*

So, yes. Ahem. Aside from being a blush-inducing bit of sapphic sartorial history, monocles are another piece of eye wear made like jewelry to allow fashionable, overly wealthy young people to distinguish themselves from their elders. The technology required to make them isn’t any more complicated than glasses- in fact, with their lack of hinges and so forth, they are a touch easier. They’re more impractical, however; unless they’ve been custom fitted to your face, they tend to fall out easily. If you’re the sort of dandy for whom that is hardly an inconvenience, then you can get one for as little as $10 from etsy!

Shown Above: Monocle Necklace Vintage Optical Lens. Ships worldwide. $10 USD


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incogneat-oh:

jason todd makes grilled cheeses for his friends and family when they are sad

Now all I can hear is Damien going “TODD.  GRILL ME A CHEESE.   IMMEDIATELY.”

(I live in a strange fantasy land)


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