THEME BY SARAHCATHS+
educated insolence
On his Death Bed, in the Bitterness of his Heart at the Malicious Power of his Enemies Desired these Words to be engraven on his Tomb Stone: Here lies One Whose Name was writ in Water.

milliardo:

milliardo:

when your white friends defend you

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when you defend your white friends

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musings-of-a-philhellene:

A gentleman, having ordered a meal at a fine London restaurant, decided that he would like some wine to accompany his meal. So he summoned the waiter and asked for a bottle of hock.


“Hock, sir?” asked the waiter.


“Yes, hock, man. You know: hic, hunc, huius, huic, hoc.”


“Hmm … very good, sir.”


The food duly arrived, but without the wine. This perturbed the gentleman slightly, as he was accustomed to a higher standard of service. He began to dine, and at the next opportunity he beckoned the waiter again.


“Didn’t I order a bottle of hock?”


“Yes, sir, you did - but then you declined it.”

posted 11 minutes ago with 98 notes

thefalloutvault:

vault-tec-industries:

Fallout 3 advertisements in the Washington DC metro, 2008

It’s a warning of the hell that metro will be 200+ years in the future.

posted 13 minutes ago with 3,373 notes

ghostlyteen:

i always wonder why no one likes me and then i remember i dont even like me

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livefastdieyounghegelian:

treebeardoffangorn:

sexpigeon:

"I drove a tank in World War II, isn’t that interesting? I drove a tank and I loved that tank and everyone in it. I drove it over people and right through houses, and I did it out of love."
Love of country?
"No, love of my tank and of everyone in it. There are no finer conversations than those had in the grinding innards of an iron tank. You have a lot to learn. You will find your tank. It just takes time."

I read this all in a heavy slavic accent and it sounds natural

Destruction and passion come naturally to my people.

livefastdieyounghegelian:

treebeardoffangorn:

sexpigeon:

"I drove a tank in World War II, isn’t that interesting? I drove a tank and I loved that tank and everyone in it. I drove it over people and right through houses, and I did it out of love."

Love of country?

"No, love of my tank and of everyone in it. There are no finer conversations than those had in the grinding innards of an iron tank. You have a lot to learn. You will find your tank. It just takes time."

I read this all in a heavy slavic accent and it sounds natural

Destruction and passion come naturally to my people.

posted 15 minutes ago with 490 notes

jeannepompadour:

Court dress of Empress Maria Feodorovna of Russia, 1780s

posted 20 minutes ago with 43 notes
polandballcomics:

A Tale of Two Sicilies Source: reddit

polandballcomics:

A Tale of Two Sicilies

Source: reddit

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art-and-things-of-beauty:

Léo Louppe (1869-?) - Carnations, oil on canvas, 73 x 52 cm.

art-and-things-of-beauty:

Léo Louppe (1869-?) - Carnations, oil on canvas, 73 x 52 cm.

posted 22 minutes ago with 15 notes

Dylan Moran on Irish temper x

posted 23 minutes ago with 13,763 notes