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k-lionheart:

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allmymisery:

Every single one of your actions suddenly becomes epic when you listen to this

I play this in my car while I’m driving.

I’m getting married and walking down the aisle to this song

I decided this a long time ago

Try petting the cats to this.

Ima just gon reblog this a seventh time okay

Everytime I hear this I want to spontaneously jump on a table and begin a battle


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SOMEONE BRING ME MY SWORD. BECAUSE TODAY, LADS *EXTREME ZOOM IN* WE GO TO WAR!!

*brushing hair dramatically*

*Sits at computer with sweatshirt on head dramatically* 

(Source: obrienroden, via durnesque-esque)

starkidfanaticnumber394:

So imagine a Harry Potter TV series but BETTER than Game of Thrones because seasons 1 and 2 would be Founders, 3-5/6 would be Marauders, 6/7-13/14 would be the books, and then 13/14-forever would be post-Hogwarts Golden Trio and Next-Gen and it would be absolutely brilliant.

(via burdge)

hyperallergic:

(via How a Turn-of-the-Century Painter Influenced Military Camouflage)
The newest exhibition at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in New York examines the influence of nature on military camouflage. One object included in Masters of Disguise: The World of Camouflage is Concealing-Coloration in the Animal Kingdom, a 1909 book by a father-son team, with the father being one of the early 20th century’s prominent American artists.
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hyperallergic:

(via How a Turn-of-the-Century Painter Influenced Military Camouflage)

The newest exhibition at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in New York examines the influence of nature on military camouflage. One object included in Masters of Disguise: The World of Camouflage is Concealing-Coloration in the Animal Kingdom, a 1909 book by a father-son team, with the father being one of the early 20th century’s prominent American artists.

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Pictured here is the famous Death Band, given to the wife of Mr. Corfinn Carrow, the lady Euryale Carrow (nee Plum.) The death band was a cursed ring, which would cause the wearer to literally rot. The ring could not be removed until the wearer was dead. The band was given to Mrs. Carrow on Christmas, 1786, by an unknown person.
To this day, many suspect that Mr. Mance Lestrange, the lord of the family at the time, hired an agent to give the cursed ring to the lady Carrow, in order for his daughter, Wilhelma to take over as the wife of Corfinn.

Pictured here is the famous Death Band, given to the wife of Mr. Corfinn Carrow, the lady Euryale Carrow (nee Plum.) The death band was a cursed ring, which would cause the wearer to literally rot. The ring could not be removed until the wearer was dead. The band was given to Mrs. Carrow on Christmas, 1786, by an unknown person.

To this day, many suspect that Mr. Mance Lestrange, the lord of the family at the time, hired an agent to give the cursed ring to the lady Carrow, in order for his daughter, Wilhelma to take over as the wife of Corfinn.

(Source: memento-mori-inaeternum, via amortentiafashion)