matthewsagan:

This is a lion making a kill in the wild. I know it’s very graphic but I think it’s important to show just how brutal nature can be.

matthewsagan:

This is a lion making a kill in the wild. I know it’s very graphic but I think it’s important to show just how brutal nature can be.

My problem is that I fall in love with words, rather than actions. I fall in love with ideas and thoughts, instead of reality. And it will be the death of me.

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jah13love:

victoriousvocabulary:

NÉNUPHAR
[noun]
water lily; lily, a flowering aquatic plant from the Nymphaeaceae family.
Etymology: French for “water lily”, from Mediaeval Latin, from Arabic نلوفر (nilūfar), Persian نیلوفر (nīlūfar), from Sanskrit नीलोतपल (nīlotpala), from नील (nīla, “blue”) + उतपल (utpala, “lotus, water-lily”).
[Oscar-Claude Monet]

I had a feeling this was Monet
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jah13love:

victoriousvocabulary:

NÉNUPHAR
[noun]
water lily; lily, a flowering aquatic plant from the Nymphaeaceae family.
Etymology: French for “water lily”, from Mediaeval Latin, from Arabic نلوفر (nilūfar), Persian نیلوفر (nīlūfar), from Sanskrit नीलोतपल (nīlotpala), from नील (nīla, “blue”) + उतपल (utpala, “lotus, water-lily”).
[Oscar-Claude Monet]

I had a feeling this was Monet
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jah13love:

victoriousvocabulary:

NÉNUPHAR
[noun]
water lily; lily, a flowering aquatic plant from the Nymphaeaceae family.
Etymology: French for “water lily”, from Mediaeval Latin, from Arabic نلوفر (nilūfar), Persian نیلوفر (nīlūfar), from Sanskrit नीलोतपल (nīlotpala), from नील (nīla, “blue”) + उतपल (utpala, “lotus, water-lily”).
[Oscar-Claude Monet]

I had a feeling this was Monet
Zoom Info
jah13love:

victoriousvocabulary:

NÉNUPHAR
[noun]
water lily; lily, a flowering aquatic plant from the Nymphaeaceae family.
Etymology: French for “water lily”, from Mediaeval Latin, from Arabic نلوفر (nilūfar), Persian نیلوفر (nīlūfar), from Sanskrit नीलोतपल (nīlotpala), from नील (nīla, “blue”) + उतपल (utpala, “lotus, water-lily”).
[Oscar-Claude Monet]

I had a feeling this was Monet
Zoom Info
jah13love:

victoriousvocabulary:

NÉNUPHAR
[noun]
water lily; lily, a flowering aquatic plant from the Nymphaeaceae family.
Etymology: French for “water lily”, from Mediaeval Latin, from Arabic نلوفر (nilūfar), Persian نیلوفر (nīlūfar), from Sanskrit नीलोतपल (nīlotpala), from नील (nīla, “blue”) + उतपल (utpala, “lotus, water-lily”).
[Oscar-Claude Monet]

I had a feeling this was Monet
Zoom Info
jah13love:

victoriousvocabulary:

NÉNUPHAR
[noun]
water lily; lily, a flowering aquatic plant from the Nymphaeaceae family.
Etymology: French for “water lily”, from Mediaeval Latin, from Arabic نلوفر (nilūfar), Persian نیلوفر (nīlūfar), from Sanskrit नीलोतपल (nīlotpala), from नील (nīla, “blue”) + उतपल (utpala, “lotus, water-lily”).
[Oscar-Claude Monet]

I had a feeling this was Monet
Zoom Info
jah13love:

victoriousvocabulary:

NÉNUPHAR
[noun]
water lily; lily, a flowering aquatic plant from the Nymphaeaceae family.
Etymology: French for “water lily”, from Mediaeval Latin, from Arabic نلوفر (nilūfar), Persian نیلوفر (nīlūfar), from Sanskrit नीलोतपल (nīlotpala), from नील (nīla, “blue”) + उतपल (utpala, “lotus, water-lily”).
[Oscar-Claude Monet]

I had a feeling this was Monet
Zoom Info
jah13love:

victoriousvocabulary:

NÉNUPHAR
[noun]
water lily; lily, a flowering aquatic plant from the Nymphaeaceae family.
Etymology: French for “water lily”, from Mediaeval Latin, from Arabic نلوفر (nilūfar), Persian نیلوفر (nīlūfar), from Sanskrit नीलोतपल (nīlotpala), from नील (nīla, “blue”) + उतपल (utpala, “lotus, water-lily”).
[Oscar-Claude Monet]

I had a feeling this was Monet
Zoom Info
jah13love:

victoriousvocabulary:

NÉNUPHAR
[noun]
water lily; lily, a flowering aquatic plant from the Nymphaeaceae family.
Etymology: French for “water lily”, from Mediaeval Latin, from Arabic نلوفر (nilūfar), Persian نیلوفر (nīlūfar), from Sanskrit नीलोतपल (nīlotpala), from नील (nīla, “blue”) + उतपल (utpala, “lotus, water-lily”).
[Oscar-Claude Monet]

I had a feeling this was Monet
Zoom Info
jah13love:

victoriousvocabulary:

NÉNUPHAR
[noun]
water lily; lily, a flowering aquatic plant from the Nymphaeaceae family.
Etymology: French for “water lily”, from Mediaeval Latin, from Arabic نلوفر (nilūfar), Persian نیلوفر (nīlūfar), from Sanskrit नीलोतपल (nīlotpala), from नील (nīla, “blue”) + उतपल (utpala, “lotus, water-lily”).
[Oscar-Claude Monet]

I had a feeling this was Monet
Zoom Info

jah13love:

victoriousvocabulary:

NÉNUPHAR

[noun]

water lily; lily, a flowering aquatic plant from the Nymphaeaceae family.

Etymology: French for “water lily”, from Mediaeval Latin, from Arabic نلوفر (nilūfar), Persian نیلوفر (nīlūfar), from Sanskrit नीलोतपल (nīlotpala), from नील (nīla, “blue”) + उतपल (utpala, “lotus, water-lily”).

[Oscar-Claude Monet]

I had a feeling this was Monet

greatjaggi:

yanahma:

greatjaggi:

What the fuck is the “super” in superwholock supposed to represent

Sigh. Look at this plebian. Lets get this cleared up once and for all:

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"Super" = Superbad

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"Who" = The Hoobs

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"Lock" = John Locke from Lost

Now can we please never have a misunderstanding about this again

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Well im glad that’s cleared up


I do have an affinity for damaged people, in life, in roles. I don’t know why. We’re all damaged in our own way. Nobody’s perfect. I think we are all somewhat screwy, every single one of us.

I do have an affinity for damaged people, in life, in roles. I don’t know why. We’re all damaged in our own way. Nobody’s perfect. I think we are all somewhat screwy, every single one of us.