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bailymayonnaise:

Finally finished my first ever cross stitch! A quote from Caroline Bingley in Jane Austen’s “Pride & Prejudice”.

bailymayonnaise:

Finally finished my first ever cross stitch! A quote from Caroline Bingley in Jane Austen’s “Pride & Prejudice”.

Tagged: cross stitchjane

Tagged: cross stitch

exedsgn:

eXetrees

exedsgn:

eXetrees

Tagged: cross stitch

currentsinbiology:

(via Female Anatomy Cross Section Cross Stitch - NEEDLEWORK)

currentsinbiology:

(via Female Anatomy Cross Section Cross Stitch - NEEDLEWORK)

Tagged: cross stitch

lamelatios:

not being at comic con like 

lamelatios:

not being at comic con like 

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funnyordie:

via Mary Poppins Quits with Kristen Bell

Tagged: kristen belldisney

One More Time
— every band director/ instructor ever (which never means one more time)

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Tagged: ahs

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okay-ibelieveyou:

When people ask me to lead them in prayer

Tagged: bo burnham

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Tagged: animals

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best of gilda part two ★

Tagged: snl

Source: feychele

Tagged: snl

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bl00diedhell:

listoflifehacks:

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SCREAMING WITH LAUGHTER AT THE DISHCLOTH ONE OH MY FUCKING CHRIST

goddxesses:


Edvard Munch’s The Scream (1893)
In his diaries, the artist Edvard Munch admits that he struggled with insanity not only on a personal level during his life, but also through his family. In fact, his sister was hospitalized for insanity at the time The Scream was painted in 1893. If given a thorough enough analysis, the personal lives of most artists are not perfect portraits of happiness. What makes Edvard Munch a different kind of artist is that he shows us an honest, even ugly, glimpse of his inner troubles and feelings of anxiety through his painting The Scream, putting more importance on personal meaning than on technical skill or “beauty,” a traditional goal of art.

goddxesses:

Edvard Munch’s The Scream (1893)

In his diaries, the artist Edvard Munch admits that he struggled with insanity not only on a personal level during his life, but also through his family. In fact, his sister was hospitalized for insanity at the time The Scream was painted in 1893. If given a thorough enough analysis, the personal lives of most artists are not perfect portraits of happiness. What makes Edvard Munch a different kind of artist is that he shows us an honest, even ugly, glimpse of his inner troubles and feelings of anxiety through his painting The Scream, putting more importance on personal meaning than on technical skill or “beauty,” a traditional goal of art.

Tagged: artsyfartsycross stitch

milliardo:

when you say frozen wasnt that good white people be like

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