photosynthesexual:

running-hunting-deducing:

sherdoor:

smallnico:

if you were a twin in ancient rome they would name the firstborn and then name the secondborn after the firstborn

except 

if your older twin’s name was geminus, your name would be anti-geminus

that is the equivalent of naming your children steve and not steve

so what happened when triplets were born 

Steve, Not Steve, Definitely Not Steve.

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skypestripper:

hoodbypussy:

Évolution inversée

these dont even look like him

(via ella-sugerwoman)

gamecuboid:

I was doing some gaming and my iTunes decided to interrupt me like a little french bitch

gamecuboid:

I was doing some gaming and my iTunes decided to interrupt me like a little french bitch

(via liamdryden)

omgthatdress:

Evening Dress
Shannon Rogers, 1968
The Metropolitan Museum of Art

omgthatdress:

Evening Dress

Shannon Rogers, 1968

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

omgthatdress:

Dress
George Halley, 1969
Whitaker Auctions

omgthatdress:

Dress

George Halley, 1969

Whitaker Auctions

feeln0thing:


thefeelingofitall:

I needed this.

I deadass love this art guy he’s so fucking positive it’s amazing


Bob Ross!

feeln0thing:

thefeelingofitall:

I needed this.

I deadass love this art guy he’s so fucking positive it’s amazing

Bob Ross!

(via ench4nt)

bvckyybarness:

Who the hell is Bucky? (x)

There’s so much about this scene that needs to be talked about separately because each time you see this scene again, something new pops into your head.

In some recent post-TWS fics, there are scenes where Steve calls him Bucky, but Bucky/WS adamantly refuses to be referred to as Bucky because as far as he’s concerned, that’s not him.

You know, in 616, we weren’t afforded this extremely interesting and character developing opportunity. The Winter Soldier never got to rediscover who he was. (The way the comics handled Bucky remembering was fine by the way. MCU just didn’t set it up that way, because film and other storytelling things, and also like it’s it’s own universe).

It’s interesting because it forces us to think of them as two different people, even though eventually they become one person (this combination of the cocky Brooklyn boy and the desensitized assassin). But at the end of CATWS, The Winter Soldier has one name to go on. And he seeks out this name, seeks out James Buchanan Barnes, learns of this person that Captain America insists is him. And what does he feel? A connection? Disconnection? We don’t know.

I mean, he’s allowed to be his own person now. He’s allowed to create an identity whether it be something completely knew or falling back on who he was. Is he angry? Does he feel a loss? Or is the only thing guiding him Steve? Like, we really don’t know.

It’s just so interesting. The Winter Soldier always became a blank slate after missions. This is a new kind of blank slate entirely. 

(via whisperingcloud)

So finish it. ‘cause I’m with you until the end of the line.

(Source: wintersoldierrs, via whisperingcloud)

Man ruins Game of Thrones with series of novels full of spoilers

the-altar:

HAR!

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scott-peterson:

white girls

(Source: pussylipgloss, via alphas-anchor)