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john-robbie:

vietnamzee:

since I’ve never seen someone actually post the song on tumblr

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LITERALLY MY FAVORITE VERSION OF THIS SONG








tallulahblues:

I literally crave affection. It’s not about sex. I crave somebody to cuddle with me, and to lay their head on my lap. I crave kisses, holding hands and running my thumb across theirs. Just looking at someone and thinking “how did I get this lucky”.







neptunain:

"GENTLEMEN, WE ARE AT WAR WITH TROY AND MUST NOT DROP OUR GUARD AT ALL"

"sir, the enemy gave us a giant wooden horse"

"oh rad bring it in"







reblog if fenris

#always fenris    






jaclcfrost:

"but that character is straight" you say

i put my hand on your shoulder

"nah" i reply













skrullslover:

omg Dorian you sexy beast







vondell-swain:

vondell-swain:

missyzu:

Fire from a burning building being sucked into a tornado.

wh

get out of there fireman what are you doing

there’s a tornado

I can’t stop laughing at this fireman

he’s just standing there going

“well darn, look at that.

fire tornado.

huh.”







Played: 2763 times

brightephemera:

The absolute best sound bite in all of Dragon Age 2: Hawke asks Fenris the question we’ve all spent the last six or seven years wondering.


#da    #da2    






robindudley:

Elizabeth + Robert: The missing paintings by Federico Zuccaro

In early 1575 Robert Dudley invited to England the Italian Mannerist painter, Federico Zuccaro. These paintings were intended to be displayed at the great festival at Kenilworth Castle in July 1575. Zuccaro arrived in England in March 1575 and got to work. In 1584 his contemporary, Raffaello Borghini, noted that Zuccaro had indeed painted life-sized, full-length portraits of both the queen and “Milord Lostre”. Today only two preparatory sketches in black and red chalk survive in the British Museum.

The sketch of Elizabeth has been described by Sir Roy Strong as probably her closest likeness. When first sitting for a portrait by Nicholas Hilliard, in 1572, Elizabeth had expressed her appreciation of Italian artists, “who had the name to be cunningest and to draw best”, as she thought. 

A full-length oil painting of Leicester that was clearly based on the Zuccaro sketch survived until the Second World War. Other than the lost portrait, which may have been a copy, Zuccaro’s sketch is of exceptional quality and surely gives a perfect impression of Robert Dudley’s presence and his irresistible charm. (x)

#elizabeth I    #robert dudley    #history    
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