...as I walk from earth into eternity

Just a collection of pictures, art, music, and other stuff I obsess over. Like dead poets and men who speak Spanish. Rawr. And ancient aliens and its adorably ridiculous spokesman. Maybe some nostalgia for the good old days that I was born just a touch to late to actually experience. Etc, etc. And so on; so forth.
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Anoche soñé que sus padres habían llegado.  Y mientras ver una película su padre me dijo, “Porque creías que me gustarías, ya que no tienes nada para darle a mi hijo, ya que no vales nada.” 

aetheling:

“Pooh and his friends were given as gifts by author A. A. Milne to his son Christopher Robin Milne between 1920 and 1922. Pooh was purchased in London at Harrods for Christopher’s first birthday. Christopher later gave them to publisher E. P. Dutton, who in turn donated them to the New York Public Library.”

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23silence:

Gustav Klimt (1862-1918) - Mother and Child

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unimportant:

thats one way to pass time in class wow

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arthistorita:

Jean-Honore Fragonard, Music Lesson, 1755, Louvre

Probably the most well known example of the developed Rococo style and mentality is Jean-Honore Fragonard. While his most famous works depict verdant garden settings, populated by beautiful and romanticized country-dwellers, this interior scene may be a more accurate representation of the artist’s clientele. 

ghostbees:

That happened only once.

ghostbees:

That happened only once.

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So I was walking out of Ralph’s one day and I saw these kids trying to sell these cookies and I was like yeah, I’ll take them all. So I bought hundreds and hundreds of boxes. I didn’t realise how many boxes I was going to have. I had a car full of them. I didn’t know what to do so I started just like throwing them out the window to people on the street.

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doormat-ethic:

Today my English substitute teacher told me that the hippopotamus can open its mouth to a 270-degree angle.

I expressed my doubt. I even drew a picture.

He still thought he was right. I think he meant 150 or 180 degrees.

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