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raincoatsgeorge:

高口里純先生の「伯爵と呼ばれた男」 (1984)

Satosumi Takaguchi's “The Man Who Was Called Count” (1984)

(If anybody has raws for this title, I’m interested in looking them over and seeing if it’s something I could potentially translate one day.)

(Source: de-maupin, via divinedorothy)

sweet-transvestite:

1nd2rd3st:

republicanthot:

iggy azalea filming a new music video

But who’s the chick lying on top of her?


Executed.

sweet-transvestite:

1nd2rd3st:

republicanthot:

iggy azalea filming a new music video

But who’s the chick lying on top of her?

Executed.

(Source: sneakymonster, via anotherstorytotellyourfriends)

Anonymous said: Okay, so I've been on the nexplanon implant since march, and happily am in the group who has no bleeding whatsoever. However around 7-10 days before my period arrived ( prior to implant). i would get what i can only describe as crippling pain like a horrendous stitch, usually on my right side (noting it's not happening now i'm on the implant) according to my mum it's something that runs in the family, and i was wondering if you'd come across anything like that?

themidwifeisin:

That could very well be mittelschmerz, the one-sided pain that comes during ovulation.  It is actually the pain of your ovary releasing an egg.

And that’s an actual photo of ovulation (the releasing of the egg) - really freaking cool, right?

Mittelschmerz happens during ovulation, so that means anywhere from 10-14 days before your period starts.  Since you only ovulate from one ovary at a time, it only happens on one side.  And it doesn’t happen more than once in a cycle.  It makes sense that you’re not having it anymore because the Nexplanon implant has been stopping you from ovulation.

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Ellen Mueller

Burning Ice

The earth has been shaped, both physically and socially, by a striking landscape carved out by glaciers. However, with the acceleration of global climate change, these glaciers are shrinking at a rapid pace, causing environmental and social upheaval. It is the shrinking borders of glaciers — and the forces causing this change — that I am focusing on in this body of work.

This series consists of a graphite renderings of satellite imagery of Icelandic glaciers and mountain-top removal sites in West Virginia. The creation of these works was funded in part by a Puffin Foundation grant, and completed at Nes Artist Residency in Skagaströnd, Iceland, summer 2013.

The drawings are also published in a short book, Burning Iceavailable online.

Monty Python Live (mostly) — July 20, 2014

(Source: fuckyeahmichaelpalin, via fuckyeahbritishcomedy)

cross-connect:

Kristy Gordon born in Nelson, B.C., Kristy has been a full-time, professional painter since 2004, exhibiting her work internationally and earning numerous awards. Her work is a frank and intimate reflection of her curiosity about other people, transformations and self-discovery. 

Read more about the artist on Hi-Fructose Magazine

delicately-interconnected:

der-prinz-aus-stahl:

christian-glibertarian:

tumblr.

Monty Python predicted our generation.

Oh my god

(Source: vandelay, via theramblingsofemily)

shingekinokyojinheaven:

awwww-cute:

The face she gives me when she wants to get on the couch

let her on the damn couch you monster

shingekinokyojinheaven:

awwww-cute:

The face she gives me when she wants to get on the couch

let her on the damn couch you monster

(via theramblingsofemily)

rocketssurgery:

Time Ladies aaw yeaah <3

(via tartanprincess)

iguanamouth:

youre gonna look so godamn cool

(via brozoi)

missionlameturtle:

tilathebun:

tastefullyoffensive:

[via]

missionlameturtle I feel like this would amuse you. I’m not sure why… it’s books and… history, kinda, I guess? old stuff? and the 1873 book-trolling reminds me of your mischievous streak :D 

heee, this is GREAT! I’ve been laughing over this for like a couple minutes now, and it’s still wonderful

(via sadhoneybadger)

(Source: maudit, via disgustinghuman)

raincoatsgeorge:

高口里純先生の「伯爵と呼ばれた男」 (1984)

Satosumi Takaguchi's “The Man Who Was Called Count” (1984)

(If anybody has raws for this title, I’m interested in looking them over and seeing if it’s something I could potentially translate one day.)

(Source: de-maupin, via divinedorothy)

sweet-transvestite:

1nd2rd3st:

republicanthot:

iggy azalea filming a new music video

But who’s the chick lying on top of her?


Executed.

sweet-transvestite:

1nd2rd3st:

republicanthot:

iggy azalea filming a new music video

But who’s the chick lying on top of her?

Executed.

(Source: sneakymonster, via anotherstorytotellyourfriends)

Anonymous said: Okay, so I've been on the nexplanon implant since march, and happily am in the group who has no bleeding whatsoever. However around 7-10 days before my period arrived ( prior to implant). i would get what i can only describe as crippling pain like a horrendous stitch, usually on my right side (noting it's not happening now i'm on the implant) according to my mum it's something that runs in the family, and i was wondering if you'd come across anything like that?

themidwifeisin:

That could very well be mittelschmerz, the one-sided pain that comes during ovulation.  It is actually the pain of your ovary releasing an egg.

And that’s an actual photo of ovulation (the releasing of the egg) - really freaking cool, right?

Mittelschmerz happens during ovulation, so that means anywhere from 10-14 days before your period starts.  Since you only ovulate from one ovary at a time, it only happens on one side.  And it doesn’t happen more than once in a cycle.  It makes sense that you’re not having it anymore because the Nexplanon implant has been stopping you from ovulation.

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Ellen Mueller

Burning Ice

The earth has been shaped, both physically and socially, by a striking landscape carved out by glaciers. However, with the acceleration of global climate change, these glaciers are shrinking at a rapid pace, causing environmental and social upheaval. It is the shrinking borders of glaciers — and the forces causing this change — that I am focusing on in this body of work.

This series consists of a graphite renderings of satellite imagery of Icelandic glaciers and mountain-top removal sites in West Virginia. The creation of these works was funded in part by a Puffin Foundation grant, and completed at Nes Artist Residency in Skagaströnd, Iceland, summer 2013.

The drawings are also published in a short book, Burning Iceavailable online.

Monty Python Live (mostly) — July 20, 2014

(Source: fuckyeahmichaelpalin, via fuckyeahbritishcomedy)

cross-connect:

Kristy Gordon born in Nelson, B.C., Kristy has been a full-time, professional painter since 2004, exhibiting her work internationally and earning numerous awards. Her work is a frank and intimate reflection of her curiosity about other people, transformations and self-discovery. 

Read more about the artist on Hi-Fructose Magazine

delicately-interconnected:

der-prinz-aus-stahl:

christian-glibertarian:

tumblr.

Monty Python predicted our generation.

Oh my god

(Source: vandelay, via theramblingsofemily)

shingekinokyojinheaven:

awwww-cute:

The face she gives me when she wants to get on the couch

let her on the damn couch you monster

shingekinokyojinheaven:

awwww-cute:

The face she gives me when she wants to get on the couch

let her on the damn couch you monster

(via theramblingsofemily)

rocketssurgery:

Time Ladies aaw yeaah <3

(via tartanprincess)

iguanamouth:

youre gonna look so godamn cool

(via brozoi)

missionlameturtle:

tilathebun:

tastefullyoffensive:

[via]

missionlameturtle I feel like this would amuse you. I’m not sure why… it’s books and… history, kinda, I guess? old stuff? and the 1873 book-trolling reminds me of your mischievous streak :D 

heee, this is GREAT! I’ve been laughing over this for like a couple minutes now, and it’s still wonderful

(via sadhoneybadger)

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