Universe of fluffy
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what do you do when yo have to be up in 6 hours but you aint sleepy?

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whitebeltwriter:

i will never not reblog this

whitebeltwriter:

i will never not reblog this

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yamino:

Every Sister Claire reader: FUCKING FINALLY!!! GOD!! I HAVE WAITED SIX YEARS FOR THIS DAY

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pretty much hahahahaha

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datunofficialdisneyprincess:

*boss ass bitch plays in the distance*

Three of my favorite people are on this. 

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equalistmako:

NOOO THE CUTE BABY KITTY THING IS HURT

THIS MOTHERFUCKER SHOULD’VE STAYED HURT

The True Madoka Experience 

isaia:

equalistmako:

equalistmako:

NOOO THE CUTE BABY KITTY THING IS HURT

THIS MOTHERFUCKER SHOULD’VE STAYED HURT

The True Madoka Experience 

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*cries*
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pwnparty:

Based on a true story/my life.

[Original]

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no worries! :) I look forward to seeing what you do with them!

Oh! I did this for my fb header hahahahahaha

not the HQ ones but Ill fix it soon 

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hoodbypussy:

Évolution inversée

these dont even look like him

Well, when Picasso was starting out, cameras were becoming really popular, and traditional portraits of people were becoming really obsolete because of this. So a lot of painters at this time were trying to figure out how to keep people’s attention (this is how we got the impressionists and popartists). I’m pretty sure the story goes that Picasso went to some museum or show that displayed art from different countries and he was absolutely fascinated by the harsh angles and exaggerated features African masks. So he took inspiration from that and began to work on his own style- Cubism.

And there’s your art history of the day ^.^

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