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c-oquetry:

this hurts for some reason

c-oquetry:

this hurts for some reason

entregulistanybostan:

Willy Römer: Hannah Höch with the puppets representing her daughters Pax and Botta, ca 1920
chagalov

Hannah Höch with the puppets representing her daughters Pax and Botta, ca 1920 -by Willy Römer   [+]
BPK, Berlin via RMN


Nope. Nope. Fuck the puppets. I hate it. 

entregulistanybostan:

Willy Römer: Hannah Höch with the puppets representing her daughters Pax and Botta, ca 1920

chagalov

Hannah Höch with the puppets representing her daughters Pax and Botta, ca 1920 -by Willy Römer   [+]

BPK, Berlin via RMN

Nope. Nope. Fuck the puppets. I hate it. 

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edenliaothewomb:

Elisabeth Moss, photographed by Steven Pan for GQ, April 2013.

I fucking love Elisabeth Moss.

edenliaothewomb:

Elisabeth Moss, photographed by Steven Pan for GQ, April 2013.

I fucking love Elisabeth Moss.

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aseaofquotes:

Roald Dahl, Danny the Champion of the World

aseaofquotes:

Roald Dahl, Danny the Champion of the World

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It is impossible to live pleasantly without living wisely and honorably and justly, and it is impossible to live wisely and honorably and justly without living pleasantly. Whenever any one of these is lacking (when, for instance, one is not able to live wisely, though he lives honorably and justly) it is impossible for him to live a pleasant life.
— The Principle Doctrines of Epicurus 

theflavourofyourlips:

We asked twenty strangers to kiss for the first time….
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High up on that Mountain

"High up on that mountain

I picked a cane, I picked a carnation.

A farmer, 

my beloved must be a farmer.

I do not want a miller 

who places me in his mill.

I want a farmer

who will take his donkey and go ploughing 

and who will come courting at midnight.

Enter, farmer, if you come to see me.

If you come to see me enter through the court-yard,

climb up the orange tree in order to be sure.

Enter, farmer, if you come to see me.”

—Spanish Folk poem

—Trans. N. Schoeffter

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