Serendipity

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I'm Maggie~
20, UWM

englishsnow:

 tetsumaru


Cover of the gift book ‘Forget-me-nots for Remembrance’ - Cupples and Leon. New York. Published with permission of E.P. Dutton & Co.
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Cover of the gift book ‘Forget-me-nots for Remembrance’ - Cupples and Leon. New York. Published with permission of E.P. Dutton & Co.

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counterpunches:

hetagarnet:

qichi:

linguisticsyall:

Where does your tongue stay when you’re not speaking? If you’re an English-speaker, it’s behind the top front teeth. If you’re a Russian-speaker, it’s on the bottom of your mouth, lying flat.

#what #for real

I JUST FREAKING CONSCIOUSLY CHECKED AND TRIED TO MAKE IT LAY FLAT BUT NO, IT’S SERIOUSLY AT THE TOP OF MY MOUTH. I DON’T LIKE THIS

 

efranftw tell me whhhhyyyyyyyyyy

seasonofsnow:

ivorysorrows:

I am not entirely sure that this man exists. He is so wise and calm that I feel that he may be one of his own characters.

I want to be just like him when I grow up.

Professor: Does everyone know what alchemy is?
Me: Alchemy - the science of understanding, deconstructing and reconstructing matter. However, it is not an all-powerful art. It is impossible to create something out of nothing.
Professor: Right, exactly.
Me: If one wishes to obtain something, something of equal value must be given. This is the law of equivalent exchange, the basis of all alchemy. In accor-
Professor: Okay, thank you.
Me: There is a taboo among alchemists! Human transmutation is strictly forbidden, for what-
Professor: We got it!
Me: FOR WHAT COULD EQUAL THE VALUE OF A HUMAN SOUL?
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foxmouth:

Places of Solitude, 2013 | by Laura Tidwell