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He pressed his forehead against mine, clasped me round the waist, and said that henceforth we were married; meaning, in his country’s phrase, that we were bosom friends; he would gladly die for me, if need be.

He pressed his forehead against mine, clasped me round the waist, and said that henceforth we were married; meaning, in his country’s phrase, that we were bosom friends; he would gladly die for me, if need be.

carangi:

Louis Garrel by Hedi Slimane

Avocado sandwich with green harissa

willitbeard:

Beard and Flowers
As requested by…well, pretty much everyone

willitbeard:

Beard and Flowers

As requested by…well, pretty much everyone

Ellen Page & Laverne Cox | GLAAD Media Awards 2014

koffrey:

Many who follow entertainment in Hollywood will have a tough time wrapping their head around you–

Deal with it. [x]

leaveyourkeyinthemailb0x:

see that girl you just called a lesbian? is she? can you help me get her number?

List of petty revenge schemes to enact during therapy, by Will Graham

houndedingotham:

  1. Figure out which cologne Hannibal hates most. Bathe in it before all appointments.
  2. Put greasy lotion on hands and smear on leather chairs.
  3. Randomly rearrange books when Hannibal’s not looking.
  4. Step in dog shit. Surreptitiously wipe on conveniently located desk chair.
  5. "Accidentally" knock his pretentious and symbolic stack of drawings to the floor. "Accidentally" step on them while picking them up.
  6. Make the pens on his desk crooked.
  7. Show up exactly one minute late to three appointments in a row, then show up four minutes late.
  8. Interrupt him whenever he starts to give a speech about God or death or whatever, then continue to interrupt him with apologies when he tries to continue.
  9. Dog hair. Dog hair everywhere.
  10. Just shoot the son of a bitch. (Too subtle. Can’t let him die without having a long conversation about the nature of morality and the subjective nature of the sanctity of life.)
fleurdulys:

Ria Munk on Her Deathbed - Gustav Klimt
1912

fleurdulys:

Ria Munk on Her Deathbed - Gustav Klimt

1912

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