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herospy:

There is a suspicious lack of squeaking going on when Hannibal is wearing his cute little plastic murder suit…

I feel sorry for the sound tech peeps who probably have to remove all the squeaking from the recorded tracks.

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anneboleyns:

jeskyaleem asked; margaery tyrell or irene adler/jamie moriarty [x]

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"I think you need to fall in love with the wrong person. I think you need to fight and cry and sweat and bleed and fail. I think you need to have bad relationships and bad breakups. I think you need all of that so that when the right person and the right relationship comes along you can sigh with relief and say, “Ah yes. That is how it’s supposed to feel.”"

— Excerpt from “Conversations with my Mother” (via ashheapsandmillionaires)

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fullofstoryshapes:

christinelinnell:

I hate it when writers of love stories go out of their way to tell me There’s No Such Thing As Fairytale Endings In This Sad World.

It’s like, yes, thank you for that depressing, cynical slap of reality, it is totally why I read love stories in the…

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hellotailor:

however, even if someone else in that room had been a human boy at some point, they 100% would not have played with ships in bottles because unlike captain picard, they did not emerge into the world fully-formed as an erudite 19th century gentleman.

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ancientart:

Kuttam Pokuna (“Twin Pools/Ponds”), built in the ancient kingdom of Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka.

The twin pond is undoubtedly the best surviving example of landscape architecture in ancient Sri Lanka” -Professor Anuradha Seneviratne.

An outstanding example of hydrological engineering, the Kuttam Pokuna are ritual baths used by Buddhist monks, and are thought to date to the 8th or 9th centuries. ‘Kuttam pokuna’ is the name given to these pools in the 20th century, their ancient name is not known. Water was transferred to these pools through underground ducts.

The second pool is located directly behind the one shown, better displayed in this photo. Although referred to as “twins”, the northern pool is significantly larger than southern one, the northern being 40m long, and the southern, 28m.

Of the two ponds the one in the north, seems to have been constructed before the southern one. Fine architectural differences confirm this point. It seems that after the construction of the southern pond an attempt has been made to connect them. The two ponds varying in size and architectural details areharmonised to create to make up a composite place of artistic creation

During excavations, a metal box was discovered at the bottom of a pool. Within this box were small replicas of water dwelling animals, such as of a fish and crab, now displayed at the Anuradhapura Museum.

Photos courtesy & taken by Vasse Nicolas Antoine. The quoted sections are from Professor Anuradha Seneviratne’s book Ancient Anuradhapura (1994).

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iamnotswarley:

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