Me singing “It’s Oh So Quiet” by Bjork

There’s a couple of mistakes but I also need to be able to sing this a lot louder than I probably should do in my flat.

(Source: publicphilosophy)

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ferretography:

Jack being adorable.
We got Jack from Petco for free - he was returned because he has an enlarged heart and needs medication. My brother worked there at the time and we found out he was being kept in a back room all alone so we took him in. We expected him to only live for a month tops, but he is still with us almost a year later - jumping around being crazy like the rest of them. :) 

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AQUILANO.RIMONDI SPRING 2011 RTW
PORTRAIT OF ADELE BLOCH-BAUER 1, 1907, GUSTAV KLIMT 

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thisbelongsinamuseum:

Miners Amputation Kit - National Waterfront Museum, Swansea.
This amputation kit was issued to Dr. Arthur Jones, a medical officer with the National Coal Board, who would have used it on the occasions when men were trapped by large pieces of debris. The situation could have been made worse if one of the pieces was disturbed, which would cause more parts to collapse. Trapped, in such a way that they were unable to be moved, victims would have to be amputated by their rescuers or their own workmates in order to save their lives.
(Source: Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales)

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Peter Aurisch

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laughingsquid:

Accidental Archives, Photographer Groups Her Collections by Color

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laughingsquid:

Produce Jump To Their Doom in a Pro-Vegetarianism Mural by Blu

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yu-ck:

Jeffrey Campbell Coltrane

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And no Grand Inquisitor has in readiness such terrible tortures as has anxiety, and no spy knows how to attack more artfully the man he suspects, choosing the instant when he is weakest, nor knows how to lay traps where he will be caught and ensnared, as anxiety knows how, and no sharpwitted judge knows how to interrogate, to examine the accused, as anxiety does, which never lets him escape, neither by diversion nor by noise, neither at work nor at play, neither by day nor by night. Soren Kierkegaard (via psychotherapy)

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