madundertaker:

Kuroshitsuji: Undertaker by ~MissShouty

Be kind to the artist and leave credit where it is due, please.

madundertaker:

Kuroshitsuji: Undertaker by ~MissShouty

Be kind to the artist and leave credit where it is due, please.

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1. Do not kill yourself. Killing yourself is very messy and your mother will cry over you. It is not beautiful or brave, and even if it was, you will not be around to see that.

2. Washing your hair is going to be a chore. But you should do it anyway. Because you will feel better about yourself.

3. Get up late. Have a lay in. Sleep past your alarm. You have a very long life ahead of you and for now you should appreciate the cold side of your pillow.

4. He is going to break your heart but he’s just another male human who finds it hard to deal with Mondays, too. So in a month you’ll wake up and you won’t even remember that little scar on his knuckle you kissed.

5. Don’t spend hours looking up what your name means on google. Your name is your name and you should go out there and do heroic and good deeds and give your name your own meaning.

6. Don’t fight your demons. Your demons are here to teach you lessons. Sit down with your demons and have a drink and a chat and learn their names and talk about the burns on their fingers and scratches on their ankles. Some of them are very nice.

7. Music is good for your soul. Rap music will energise you and boost your ego and pop music will cheer you up. Indie music will make you think and emotional songs will make you cry and think about that boy again. It’s healthy.

8. Victim complexes are not attractive. Boys and girls will not date you because you are sad. They are not going to date you and kiss your aching bones and cure you of your dragging depression. Wake up. Take a bath. Do your hair. Be attractive.

9. Sadness is not poetic. Depression is not beautiful. Laying in bed all day and eating too much is lazy and disgusting and it is not tragic or pretty. Get up. Go outside. Let the sun warm your bones. Live.

10. If it makes you happy, buy twenty of it. Dedicate your life to it. Print it on tv shirts and collect things and draw art of it. Do not care what people think. They are the unhappy people you need to avoid. The abuse they will hurl at you is painless compared to how sad they are. Pity them. Remain happy.

11. You are allowed to he angry. But the world is not working against you. The flowers do not bloom for you and when your mother shouts ask her if she is okay instead of thinking she hates you. She never will. The world walks beside you and is silent. It does not trip you up or carry you.

12. Day and night cycles are natural. Humans only sleep at night because we used to avoid predators in the dark because of our poor eyesight. Stay awake until 5am watching bad reality shows. Wake up at 7pm and have breakfast.

13. Eat when you are hungry. Being bored does not constitute a chocolate bar. Sleep with you are tired. Do not mindlessly obey the sleep at night rule. If you are not tired, do not sleep.

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gracehelbig:

buzzfeed:

This is Foo-Chan, the Japanese equivalent of Grumpy Cat. But instead of being grumpy, he just looks like he’s disappointed all of the time. 

OH NO

reapergrellsutcliff:

A flower girl in Victorian London (1872), selling flowers to two gentlemen in top hats, intending to purchase flowers for the button-hole of their suit coats.

reapergrellsutcliff:

A flower girl in Victorian London (1872), selling flowers to two gentlemen in top hats, intending to purchase flowers for the button-hole of their suit coats.


viα dartranna-alurath: "I Koimomeni" (The Sleeping Girl), on the tomb of Sofia Afentaki, made by the famous Greek Sculptor Yannoulis Chalepas, mid 1800s
Sofia Afentaki was a greek girl born in Athens, but died quite young, at the age of 18. Some say that she committed suicide because she couldn’t be with the man she loved (the same version of her life story also says that he also committed suicide later after he learned of her passing). Some others say that she was just a girl who died due to tuberculosis. Both versions of her life story though say that she was the daughter of a very rich man and very very beautiful. The statue is an amazing piece of art - yet some people have no respect for anything whatsoever. There have been cases of the statue being attacked, having paint over it or even having been doused with heavy toxic cleaning products, that have damaged the surface of the marble. A person from the Afentaki family wanted the statue removed from the tomb and placed under protection in the sculptor’s birth place, the island of Tinos. The court however prohibited that action, no heirs or distant relatives of the family have the right to remove the statue from the tomb and cemetery. The statue still stands today in the First Cemetery of Athens.
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viα dartranna-alurath"I Koimomeni" (The Sleeping Girl), on the tomb of Sofia Afentaki, made by the famous Greek Sculptor Yannoulis Chalepas, mid 1800s

Sofia Afentaki was a greek girl born in Athens, but died quite young, at the age of 18. Some say that she committed suicide because she couldn’t be with the man she loved (the same version of her life story also says that he also committed suicide later after he learned of her passing). Some others say that she was just a girl who died due to tuberculosis. Both versions of her life story though say that she was the daughter of a very rich man and very very beautiful. The statue is an amazing piece of art - yet some people have no respect for anything whatsoever. There have been cases of the statue being attacked, having paint over it or even having been doused with heavy toxic cleaning products, that have damaged the surface of the marble. A person from the Afentaki family wanted the statue removed from the tomb and placed under protection in the sculptor’s birth place, the island of Tinos. The court however prohibited that action, no heirs or distant relatives of the family have the right to remove the statue from the tomb and cemetery. The statue still stands today in the First Cemetery of Athens.

MY PHOTO. DO NOT REMOVE CREDIT, CROP, EDIT OR REPOST.

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meowoofau:

the magic button

Watch as this kitten turns to putty.


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