Bandages with cloths, plate XIII.
From First aid to the injured; with special reference to accidents occuring in the mountains, by Oskar Bernhard, London, 1900.
You don’t know fanciness until you’ve seen a snake with a top hat and moustache
hELLO MY BABY, hELLO MY HONEY, hELLO MY RAGTIME GAL,
well it started out inspirational
so i’m watching some idiot show on syfy about nerd weddings
and there’s this woman going on about how she wants a GoT themed wedding
and i’m just like
are you sure
are you really sure about that
Map of European leaders.
this is highly disturbing
I like this trend. I hereby decree that all maps be replaced with this highly intuitive system.
men took my little pony away from us girls so us teen girls are takin pro wrestling fuck yall just try n stop us
have fun fetishizing the shit out of *real life* celebrities. it actually makes the people who sexualize the shit out of children’s cartoons seem normal.
did you just imply being attracted to actual real human males isn’t normal but wanting to fuck cartoon horses is
I need to reblog this again because it still makes me laugh
dont ask me to smile in pictures because i will look like this 100% of the time
Taken from reddit but it can’t be stressed enough
Making fun of fat people at the gym is like making fun of sick people at the hospital.
"Lol wow you’re doing chemotherapy? Clearly you suck at it if you still have cancer."
EASTER IS GONNA BE ON 420 BLAZE THE LORD
Chinatown Sartorialist - The Bold Italic - San Francisco
Written by Valerie Luu · Photographs by Andria Lo
Chinatown fashion combines urban utilitarianism with smart, unexpected combinations of prints and a use of color that just made me feel uplifted whenever I saw it. They’re fashionistas – worthy of any street-style blog.
If you were to replace the 80-year-old senior with, say, myself, I would look so undoubtedly hip. Unfortunately, I don’t possess that same knack for fashion, but I wanted to meet these fashion-forward seniors and document their style.
This photo essay is a month’s worth of excursions with photographer Andria Lo and translators Tricia Choi, Kat Wong, and Michelle Yeung. It was a month of cold and hot tea and dim sum meals, of many seniors being open with us, sharing their outfits and telling us their stories, from the feet up.
This makes me so incredibly happy. Power to all the grannies and grandpas out there!
the “no sleveless tops” american public school dress code policy is impeding on our 2nd amendment right to bare arms
more than half of all girls report dissatisfaction with their body by age nine, one study shows.
'i wanted to be a dragon', reports kiara miller, age eight and a half. 'this sucks.'
her friends concur.
Are you okay, Tumblr?