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sluttyoliveoil:

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mapletheleonberger:

Maple one year ago, and Maple present day!

wow that pumpkin has not aged one bit! amazing

I got hate messages about the pumpkin in thjs comment

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ucciucci:

ivory teeth with images of a tooth worm and suffering in Hell (ca. 1780), from southern France

ucciucci:

ivory teeth with images of a tooth worm and suffering in Hell (ca. 1780), from southern France

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phantomdoodler:

phantomdoodler:

seriously though what was up with europe that bathing was such a rare thing like every history I’ve read of other continents talks about how bathing was a daily ritual and how everyone from native americans to japanese were totes grossed out by smelly white guys

now that I think about it smelly white guys are still grossing everyone out some things never change

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forceofconviction:

sweet-bitsy:

Congratulations on your new cat

This is the second time I have heard about a cat just taking over a house. I long for the day that I too will be cat-chosen.

why not me

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kite117:

And I would have gotten away with it too if it weren’t for you meddling kids and your talking dog

kite117:

And I would have gotten away with it too if it weren’t for you meddling kids and your talking dog

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jupiter2:

These two crows are having way too much fun playing in the snow

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turnofthecentury:

A Female Reportage Photographer Surveys Berlin (c. 1910) Women in journalistic professions were a rarity in Wilhelmine Germany. Nonetheless, some women did succeed in establishing themselves as journalists – initially, they did so by working for the women’s newspapers and magazines that had been around since the middle of the nineteenth century; later on, they also worked for large newspapers. In this photograph (c. 1910), a female photographer surveys metropolitan Berlin from a crane being used in the construction of the Stadthaus [City Hall] on Molkenmarkt. The City Hall was built as an extension of the Rotes Rathaus [Red City Hall], whose large tower can be seen at the right. The Berliner Dom [Berlin Cathedral] can be seen in the background off to the left. 
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turnofthecentury:

A Female Reportage Photographer Surveys Berlin (c. 1910) Women in journalistic professions were a rarity in Wilhelmine Germany. Nonetheless, some women did succeed in establishing themselves as journalists – initially, they did so by working for the women’s newspapers and magazines that had been around since the middle of the nineteenth century; later on, they also worked for large newspapers. In this photograph (c. 1910), a female photographer surveys metropolitan Berlin from a crane being used in the construction of the Stadthaus [City Hall] on Molkenmarkt. The City Hall was built as an extension of the Rotes Rathaus [Red City Hall], whose large tower can be seen at the right. The Berliner Dom [Berlin Cathedral] can be seen in the background off to the left.
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encephalous:

Eye of Horus and Pineal gland cross-section comparison.

encephalous:

Eye of Horus and Pineal gland cross-section comparison.

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