bury me in armor so I’ll be ready for the skeleton war
why is his fricking chest uncovered? that’s ppor planning right there
what are you gonna do?
stab a skeleton in the heart?
Is the skeleton giving the finger?
can’t say i approve of those dreads, but i’m envious of that grim bag
Manx Sheep skull, high five!
a) I don’t give two fucks what you think of my hairstyle; also you don’t know what you’re talking about;
b) It’s not a Manx sheep it’s a Jacob sheep get your fucking old world Ovidae straight you puerile little shits.
People who make cultural appropriation comments about white people with dreads are uneducated idiots. Saxons, Celts, Picts, Vikings and many other european cultures had dreadlocks centuries before rastafarian was invented. Not to mention several other races/cultures including native americans and egyptians also had dreadlocks. Plus im pretty sure no divine being came down and gave a copyright on dreadlocks or any other hairstyle to any specific group or race… also your hair looks amazing so who cares.
^ finally someone said it.
*clap clap clap*
"Scarlett is built like a classic Hollywood movie star, with the never ending curves, and the pouty lips, and the golden locks, and a smile that would drop you to your knees. However, it is only betrayed by her no nonsense attitude, her sharp wit, and self-deprecating sense of humor that truly defines her alluring charm.” Jeremy Renner on Scarlett Johansson
This Haunting Graveyard Of Cars Has Abandoned In The Forest For Decades
Deep in a forest near the small Belgian village of Chatillon is a graveyard of abandoned rusty cars. Urban legend says that they once belonged to US soldiers stationed in the region in the 50s and 60s following WWII. When the troops were sent home, they hid them in a forest until they could come back and retrieve them - but that never happened.
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Persepolis (2007) - Marjane Satrapi and Vincent Paronnaud
Story of a rebel and outspoken young Iranian girl during the Islamic Revolution.
5 things about this movie:
1- It’s in french.
2- You can learn Islamic history and a lot about women rights.
3- It’s as great as the book.
4- It’s based on the life of Marjane Satrapi, the writer of the movie and the book.
5- It’s an animated movie, yeah, but it’s for adults. (I’m not saying that adults can’t watch disney films)
I fucking loved this book and film