Wholly Unnecessary

operafantomet:

Rachel Anne Moore in the Spider Dance costume ( X )

gothiccharmschool:

The library at Mafra National Palace in Portugal. Where, to keep books from being damaged by insects, they uses 500 bats! The bats are kept in boxes during the day but at night they are let out and eat up to double their own body weight in insects. (Info taken from this article at bookwire. Thanks to amygarvey for telling me about it!)
I think I need to go there. Do you think they’d notice if I moved in?

gothiccharmschool:

The library at Mafra National Palace in Portugal. Where, to keep books from being damaged by insects, they uses 500 bats! The bats are kept in boxes during the day but at night they are let out and eat up to double their own body weight in insects. (Info taken from this article at bookwire. Thanks to amygarvey for telling me about it!)

I think I need to go there. Do you think they’d notice if I moved in?

voxapocrypha:

baby-u-r-mine:

Glasgow Necropolis

Someone buy me a plane ticket. NOW.

voxapocrypha:

baby-u-r-mine:

Glasgow Necropolis

Someone buy me a plane ticket. NOW.

thehappysorceress:

schrodingersdingledangle:

I…..I made a constantine Christmas cookie
I’m very ashamed

I shouldn’t have laughed. 
But I did.

thehappysorceress:

schrodingersdingledangle:

I…..I made a constantine Christmas cookie

I’m very ashamed

I shouldn’t have laughed. 

But I did.

princessaryastark:

 and he’ll leave you alone. (x)

aslan-the-moose:

themadhatter-steacup:

lumos5000:

tennants-hair:

iscrewlogic:

ensign-chevvy:

“You can’t sing to that, it’s instrumental.”

Fucking watch me.

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[aggressively sings Hedwig’s Theme]

At least you have a theme song sincerely the supernatural fandom

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Imma just leave this here.

In which two executive producers and one writer sing the words to the (always instrumental) Stargate SG-1 theme song.

ruckawriter:

art-of-swords:

Transitional Rapier

  • Dated: 17th century
  • Culture: French or Italian
  • Measurements: overall length 42”; blade 36”

An early rapier dating from mid to late 1600’s and most likely Italian or French in origin, wearing a double edged oval section blade with a central blood groove to each side. The maker’s marks are not visible anymore due to heavy patina. The iron hilt mounts have chiseled faces and floral motives, the grip is made of finely braided steel or silver wire. 

Source: eBay

Ah, the evolution of the rapier…