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a pair of solar-powered whistling sunglasses

“Trapped, the wolf was slain, and its carcass paraded through the city marketplace. It was dressed in a man’s clothing and, after severing its muzzle, the crowd placed a mask, wig, and beard upon its head, giving it the appearance of the former Bürgermeister.”
— http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wolf_of_Ansbach
“The heads were originally dug up by two boys, Colin and Leslie Robson, who found them in the garden in 1971; a number of sources incorrectly give the year as 1972. After the discovery, the Robson family reported strange phenomena, with the heads allegedly being moved when no one was in the room and bottles being mysteriously thrown across rooms. The Dodd family next door also reported phenomena, with one boy’s hair pulled in the night and his mother Nelly seeing a half-man, half-sheep figure leaving the house shortly afterwards.[1]”
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hexham_Heads

The heads were originally dug up by two boys, Colin and Leslie Robson, who found them in the garden in 1971; a number of sources incorrectly give the year as 1972. After the discovery, the Robson family reported strange phenomena, with the heads allegedly being moved when no one was in the room and bottles being mysteriously thrown across rooms. The Dodd family next door also reported phenomena, with one boy’s hair pulled in the night and his mother Nelly seeing a half-man, half-sheep figure leaving the house shortly afterwards.[1]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hexham_Heads

mishapies:

What the fuck is going on in the sonic fandom

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illustrationsideration:

Alex Ries [site | tumblr | dA]

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Untitled 08 (2002)
oil on board | 98 x 132 cm.
by Zdzisław Beksiński
blameaspartame:

Burders

blameaspartame:

Burders

(Source: soft--reset)

demonagerie:

British Library, Additional 24189, f.7 (discovery of the tomb of Hermes Trismegistus). Sir John Mandeville, Illustrations for Mandeville’s Travels. Bohemia, 1st quarter of the 15th century. Artist: Master of the Mandeville Travels.

demonagerie:

British Library, Additional 24189, f.7 (discovery of the tomb of Hermes Trismegistus). Sir John Mandeville, Illustrations for Mandeville’s Travels. Bohemia, 1st quarter of the 15th century. Artist: Master of the Mandeville Travels.

(via sexycodicology)

O Sessentista Tema da Bomba

Quando a bomba se desnudou,
E, sendo bomba, imune à critica,
Expôs os ossos das repartições públicas
E órgãos vários dos passantes
À carícia primeira do vento,
Parei pra olhar de perto
A pele que é minha e que ignoro:

Apertei-a entre os dedos,
Observando as dobras
Na superfície macia
E as marcas
Que as minhas unhas deixavam
Ao pressionar por algum tempo.

Segui com o dedo uma veia depressa,
Que sobressaía em relâmpago
E sumia nas costas da mão,

Desta mão que um dia acenou
Quando tu me voltaste as costas
Quando riste, já bem longe
Cada vez mais longe de mim.

always reblog Shigurui

(Source: 10uhclock, via sergioferrari)

red-lipstick:

 Jindřich Pileček (Czech, 1944-2002) - A Performance For Luna, 1998 Intaglio Engravings

red-lipstick:

 Jindřich Pileček (Czech, 1944-2002) - A Performance For Luna, 1998 Intaglio Engravings

(Source: gallery.cz, via luminousinsect)

always. she once stole my underwear.

always. she once stole my underwear.

(Source: memewhore, via prguitarman)

oh my stars