mejoradadj:

"The scientific way to cut a cake"
Written by a cousin of Charles Darwin

mejoradadj:

"The scientific way to cut a cake"

Written by a cousin of Charles Darwin

m-ermaid-motel:

whores:

jocknoir:

stormcloaca:

lokiarrty:

suckmypoppunk:

unshaped:

wasn’t expecting this

but arent you glad it hapened

its ears ITS EARS ITS EARS ITS EARS

floomph

oh my god

oh my god

someone needs to make this transparent 

m-ermaid-motel:

whores:

jocknoir:

stormcloaca:

lokiarrty:

suckmypoppunk:

unshaped:

wasn’t expecting this

but arent you glad it hapened

its ears ITS EARS ITS EARS ITS EARS

floomph

oh my god

oh my god

someone needs to make this transparent 

pretentiouslimericks:

infinidegree:

jiizzzlle:

victoriatheunicorn:

i think i want to see a cartoon about these guys

Omg.. The way the cat slows down to allow the bun to catch up, probably because it knows how much the bun likes to stop and look at stuff

has anyone noticed THAT THE BUNNY IS TRYING TO WALK LIKE THE CAT.

BUNNIES HOP

"Walking is so tedious, how do you do it?"
"Leaping about is undignified and exhausting. It’s beneath me."
"Unless you’re chasing the red dot."
"I KEEP MY HOME LIFE AND PROFESSIONAL LIFE SEPARATE."

madamecuratrix:

blackpaint20:

An Incomplete History of the Art of Funerary Violin Hardcover
by Rohan Kriwaczek
During the Protestant revolution in Europe, a new kind of music emerged, one that ultimately sought to recognize the deceased and to individuate the sense of loss and grief. But the tradition was virtually wiped out by the Great Funerary Purges of the 1830s and 40s. Kriwaczek tells the fascinating story of this beautiful music, condemned by the Catholic Church for political as much as theological reasons, and of the mysterious Guild of Funerary Violinists that, yes, defends its secrets in our time. This is unquestionably one of the strangest books any publisher has ever risked publishing. Discussing the evolution of European culture, musical forms and society’s changing attitudes to mortality and the emotional effects of music upon the soul, this is a dark and magical history. - source

Erik would totally have this in his library

madamecuratrix:

blackpaint20:

An Incomplete History of the Art of Funerary Violin Hardcover

by Rohan Kriwaczek

During the Protestant revolution in Europe, a new kind of music emerged, one that ultimately sought to recognize the deceased and to individuate the sense of loss and grief. But the tradition was virtually wiped out by the Great Funerary Purges of the 1830s and 40s. Kriwaczek tells the fascinating story of this beautiful music, condemned by the Catholic Church for political as much as theological reasons, and of the mysterious Guild of Funerary Violinists that, yes, defends its secrets in our time. This is unquestionably one of the strangest books any publisher has ever risked publishing. Discussing the evolution of European culture, musical forms and society’s changing attitudes to mortality and the emotional effects of music upon the soul, this is a dark and magical history. - source

Erik would totally have this in his library

reapergrellsutcliff:

<3((The original art can be found here - 死神派遣協會 by 羽恩 - Please go show the artist some love! - Do not remove the artist-source information!))

reapergrellsutcliff:

<3

((The original art can be found here - 死神派遣協會 by 羽恩 - Please go show the artist some love! - Do not remove the artist-source information!))

reapergrellsutcliff:

Tea and Crumpets

(( I finally finished it!!

This is a commission piece, done for the lovely daredreemer
I put 84 hours in on this one! ))

cat-pic:

落ち込んでるのかしら (^∇^) RT クソ上司め、覚えていやがれ!

cat-pic:

落ち込んでるのかしら (^∇^) RT クソ上司め、覚えていやがれ!

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"I’m not good or real. I’m evil, and imaginary."
✗ Karen Walker (Will and Grace)

Death + Life

Death + Life

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thesummerofmoths:

Nais Tiger Moth

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foxyfala:

Thunderstorms are scary!

foxyfala:

Thunderstorms are scary!

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