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oeias:

we reblog the clothes we think we deserve

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fahbulus:

sleep is for the people without internet access

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newfoundgrace:

I T   I S   T I M E

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diarycrux:

diarycrux:

i thought i was in love but then he said he never read harry potter

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largecoin:

i need to get invited to things im getting sick of using up all my best outfits to go grocery shopping

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paperflower86:

From the archives of the Smithsonian Institute, on view for the first time at the exhibiton ‘Captain Amarica - the living legend and symbol of courage’, opening on Friday, July 4, 2013.

I recently visited an exhibition on war propaganda and was inspired to make some posters not only for Cap but also for Bucky, Peggy and the rest of the Howling Commandos. Some of the artists I referenced are Edward Penfield, Norman Rockwell and Joseph C. Leyendecker. Thanks to agentbartomanoff for beta-ing the slogans.

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earth mightiest heroes

earth mightiest heroes

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e-m-e-t-t:

I only made this because I needed somewhere to put this pun.  

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I thought this was leading to something deep…I wasn’t disappointed.

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"Write back to Lord Frey. Thank him for his service and command him to send Robb Stark’s head. I’m going to serve it to Sansa at my wedding feast."

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fannyann:

i would follow you to the ends of the earth with only mild complaining 

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"Outside the lab, Piff found that the rich donated a smaller percentage of their wealth than poorer people. In 2011, the wealthiest Americans, those with earnings in the top 20%, contributed 1.3% of their income to charity, while those in the bottom 20% donated 3.2% of their income. The trend to meanness was worst in plush suburbs where everyone had a high income, and never laid eyes on a poor person. Insulation from people in need, Piff concluded, dampened charitable impulses. Poorer people were also more likely to give to those charities servicing the genuinely needy. The rich gave to high-status institutions such as already well-endowed art galleries, museums and universities, while Feeding America, which deals with the nation’s poorest, got nothing."
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super-slurpees:

Excuse me?

super-slurpees:

Excuse me?

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