Thursday, August 28, 2014
marizetta:

ryuki-chinto:

dyamirityofthelord:

three-little-hellsings:

There is a story behind these mugs

there is not an artist who haven’t accidentaly drink their paint water

or put a brush into their tea or coffee

amen

lol

marizetta:

ryuki-chinto:

dyamirityofthelord:

three-little-hellsings:

There is a story behind these mugs

there is not an artist who haven’t accidentaly drink their paint water

or put a brush into their tea or coffee

amen

lol

(Source: princusbeau)

moriartysskull:

fyantagonist:

Benedict Cumberbatch helps Madame Tussauds artists out with the early sculpting for his new wax figure[HQ]

It’s fantastic!

anothermindpalace:

Benedict Cumberbatch helps Madame Tussauds artists out with the early sculpting for his new wax figure [x]

没褶子不科学

anothermindpalace:

Benedict Cumberbatch helps Madame Tussauds artists out with the early sculpting for his new wax figure [x]

没褶子不科学

sevenmusicalboysinabox:

Tag der öffenen Tür bei Elisabeth das Musical in Essen

Sunday, July 13, 2014

romanvs:

love it

wwwwwww

unexplained-events:

La Pascualita

Urban Legend

This mannequin has been in a store window in Chihuahua, Mexico for the past 75 years. Pascualita also has a very unique urban legend behind her. Many believe that she is not a mannequin, but the perfectly preserved corpse of the previous owner’s daughter.

Sonia Burciaga, a shop worker says, “Every time I go near Pascualita my hands break out in a sweat. Her hands are very realistic and she even has varicose veins on her legs. I believe she’s a real person.”

Other stories include Pascualita chaning positions on her own, her eyes following you around and the usual superstitions that come with haunted maannequins.

Source

p-chi:

lil peanut john doodle for michi!! <3 <3

花生!

p-chi:

lil peanut john doodle for michi!! <3 <3

花生!

actuallyclintbarton:

protectcharles:

[x / more]

THAT LAST ONE THO

“My past made me who I am today. I can’t just pretend it never happened. But the biggest lesson I learnt from that, is that I can be an example for others who are still struggling! There’s always hope and help for everyone. I think it’s my responsibility to do that, to help. I always refer to this as the “moment of clarity”. It’s hard to explain what really happened, but it was a once in a lifetime kind of moment. I had reached my lowest point and I just knew things had to change quickly because there was just no other way, you know.”

May your soul rest in peace, Cory Monteith.

(May 11st, 1982 - July 13th, 2013)

(Source: afterzhocks)