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From 1818, the first printed guide to knotting one’s cravat
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fashioninfographics:

From 1818, the first printed guide to knotting one’s cravat

More Visual Glossaries (for Him): Backpacks / Bowties / Brogues / Cowboy Hats  / CuffsEyeglass frames / Hangers / Hats / Jackets/CoatsJacket Pockets / Man Bags / Moustaches / Necktie KnotsPant Breaks / Shirt Anatomy / Shirt Collar Anatomy / Shirt Collars / ShoesStripesTartans / Trench Coat Anatomy / Vests / Vintage Hats / Wool

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Just me and a goat on Esplanade.

Just me and a goat on Esplanade.

soaringthroughskies:

nymphamortem:

faineemae:

flyingmintbunny0:

asexualveganmystic:

dorkinthefreakkingdom:

faineemae:

if i had a dollar…

If I had a brick

sorry if I’m off topic but I’m so sick of people characterizing violent crime as “musta been mental illness” it throws us mentally ill people under the bus by perpetuating the stereotype that we’re dangerous

cant we just say there was something going on with that one guy?

ur totally right, many men don’t react violently when faced with rejection.
it was only this one guy.












And that’s why I will forever spite anyone who judges women for lying about having a boyfriend or being gay to avoid just plain out rejecting men.
Even that can get us violence, the girl talked about in the tweet actually HAD a boyfriend.

this reminds me very strongly of the comedian who pointed out that he used to wonder why girls didn’t have any funny crazy ex stories and then realised that girls with crazy exes often end up dead

soaringthroughskies:

nymphamortem:

faineemae:

flyingmintbunny0:

asexualveganmystic:

dorkinthefreakkingdom:

faineemae:

if i had a dollar…

If I had a brick

sorry if I’m off topic but I’m so sick of people characterizing violent crime as “musta been mental illness” it throws us mentally ill people under the bus by perpetuating the stereotype that we’re dangerous

cant we just say there was something going on with that one guy?

ur totally right, many men don’t react violently when faced with rejection.

it was only this one guy.

And that’s why I will forever spite anyone who judges women for lying about having a boyfriend or being gay to avoid just plain out rejecting men.

Even that can get us violence, the girl talked about in the tweet actually HAD a boyfriend.

this reminds me very strongly of the comedian who pointed out that he used to wonder why girls didn’t have any funny crazy ex stories and then realised that girls with crazy exes often end up dead

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broadcastarchive-umd:

In 1928, Felix the Cat was one of the first images ever broadcast by television when RCA chose a papier-mâché (later Bakelite) Felix doll for an experimental broadcast on W2XBS. The doll was chosen for its tonal contrast and its ability to withstand the intense lights needed in early television. Felix was placed on a rotating phonograph turntable and televised for about two hours each day. The doll remained on the turntable for nearly a decade as RCA fine-tuned the picture’s definition, and converted to electronic television. (Wikipedia)

broadcastarchive-umd:

In 1928, Felix the Cat was one of the first images ever broadcast by television when RCA chose a papier-mâché (later Bakelite) Felix doll for an experimental broadcast on W2XBS. The doll was chosen for its tonal contrast and its ability to withstand the intense lights needed in early television. Felix was placed on a rotating phonograph turntable and televised for about two hours each day. The doll remained on the turntable for nearly a decade as RCA fine-tuned the picture’s definition, and converted to electronic television. (Wikipedia)

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teenjetset:

Susanna Lewis OZ socks. Circa 1978.

teenjetset:

Susanna Lewis OZ socks. Circa 1978.

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Masturbation, or touching one’s own genitals for pleasure, is something that babies do from the time they are in the womb. It’s a natural and normal part of healthy sexual development.

From “Happy news! Masturbation actually has health benefits,” via The Conversation, December 4, 2013.

May is Masturbation Month! Not only is masturbation natural, it also helps prevent cervical infections, UTIs, and prostate cancer—and it boosts the immune system! We’re sure you can think of a good way to celebrate the happy news;)

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afro-textured-art:

Headdress
Date: 19th–20th century
Geography: Nigeria, Lower Cross River region
Culture: Ejagham peoples
Located at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

afro-textured-art:

Headdress

Date: 19th–20th century

Geography: Nigeria, Lower Cross River region

Culture: Ejagham peoples

Located at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

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erikkwakkel:

Entertaining music
These 15th-century images are from four different musical books used in a church setting. The individuals who decorated these pages - the top three were likely done by the same person - obviously had a blast doing so. They show us someone taking a bite from his own nose; a red-lipped man singing with his mouth wide open; a person licking the staffs; and someone eating the last note of the tune. The heads are entertaining as they are, but their interaction with the musical setting adds to the amusement. Particularly entertaining is the person eating the last note on the page: with his perfect teeth he is about to make the song incomplete. Will he beat the book’s reader to the punch?
Pics: Aix-en-Provence, Bibliothèque municipale, MSS 1342, 1386, 1540 and 1549.
erikkwakkel:

Entertaining music
These 15th-century images are from four different musical books used in a church setting. The individuals who decorated these pages - the top three were likely done by the same person - obviously had a blast doing so. They show us someone taking a bite from his own nose; a red-lipped man singing with his mouth wide open; a person licking the staffs; and someone eating the last note of the tune. The heads are entertaining as they are, but their interaction with the musical setting adds to the amusement. Particularly entertaining is the person eating the last note on the page: with his perfect teeth he is about to make the song incomplete. Will he beat the book’s reader to the punch?
Pics: Aix-en-Provence, Bibliothèque municipale, MSS 1342, 1386, 1540 and 1549.
erikkwakkel:

Entertaining music
These 15th-century images are from four different musical books used in a church setting. The individuals who decorated these pages - the top three were likely done by the same person - obviously had a blast doing so. They show us someone taking a bite from his own nose; a red-lipped man singing with his mouth wide open; a person licking the staffs; and someone eating the last note of the tune. The heads are entertaining as they are, but their interaction with the musical setting adds to the amusement. Particularly entertaining is the person eating the last note on the page: with his perfect teeth he is about to make the song incomplete. Will he beat the book’s reader to the punch?
Pics: Aix-en-Provence, Bibliothèque municipale, MSS 1342, 1386, 1540 and 1549.
erikkwakkel:

Entertaining music
These 15th-century images are from four different musical books used in a church setting. The individuals who decorated these pages - the top three were likely done by the same person - obviously had a blast doing so. They show us someone taking a bite from his own nose; a red-lipped man singing with his mouth wide open; a person licking the staffs; and someone eating the last note of the tune. The heads are entertaining as they are, but their interaction with the musical setting adds to the amusement. Particularly entertaining is the person eating the last note on the page: with his perfect teeth he is about to make the song incomplete. Will he beat the book’s reader to the punch?
Pics: Aix-en-Provence, Bibliothèque municipale, MSS 1342, 1386, 1540 and 1549.
erikkwakkel:

Entertaining music
These 15th-century images are from four different musical books used in a church setting. The individuals who decorated these pages - the top three were likely done by the same person - obviously had a blast doing so. They show us someone taking a bite from his own nose; a red-lipped man singing with his mouth wide open; a person licking the staffs; and someone eating the last note of the tune. The heads are entertaining as they are, but their interaction with the musical setting adds to the amusement. Particularly entertaining is the person eating the last note on the page: with his perfect teeth he is about to make the song incomplete. Will he beat the book’s reader to the punch?
Pics: Aix-en-Provence, Bibliothèque municipale, MSS 1342, 1386, 1540 and 1549.
erikkwakkel:

Entertaining music
These 15th-century images are from four different musical books used in a church setting. The individuals who decorated these pages - the top three were likely done by the same person - obviously had a blast doing so. They show us someone taking a bite from his own nose; a red-lipped man singing with his mouth wide open; a person licking the staffs; and someone eating the last note of the tune. The heads are entertaining as they are, but their interaction with the musical setting adds to the amusement. Particularly entertaining is the person eating the last note on the page: with his perfect teeth he is about to make the song incomplete. Will he beat the book’s reader to the punch?
Pics: Aix-en-Provence, Bibliothèque municipale, MSS 1342, 1386, 1540 and 1549.
erikkwakkel:

Entertaining music
These 15th-century images are from four different musical books used in a church setting. The individuals who decorated these pages - the top three were likely done by the same person - obviously had a blast doing so. They show us someone taking a bite from his own nose; a red-lipped man singing with his mouth wide open; a person licking the staffs; and someone eating the last note of the tune. The heads are entertaining as they are, but their interaction with the musical setting adds to the amusement. Particularly entertaining is the person eating the last note on the page: with his perfect teeth he is about to make the song incomplete. Will he beat the book’s reader to the punch?
Pics: Aix-en-Provence, Bibliothèque municipale, MSS 1342, 1386, 1540 and 1549.
erikkwakkel:

Entertaining music
These 15th-century images are from four different musical books used in a church setting. The individuals who decorated these pages - the top three were likely done by the same person - obviously had a blast doing so. They show us someone taking a bite from his own nose; a red-lipped man singing with his mouth wide open; a person licking the staffs; and someone eating the last note of the tune. The heads are entertaining as they are, but their interaction with the musical setting adds to the amusement. Particularly entertaining is the person eating the last note on the page: with his perfect teeth he is about to make the song incomplete. Will he beat the book’s reader to the punch?
Pics: Aix-en-Provence, Bibliothèque municipale, MSS 1342, 1386, 1540 and 1549.

erikkwakkel:

Entertaining music

These 15th-century images are from four different musical books used in a church setting. The individuals who decorated these pages - the top three were likely done by the same person - obviously had a blast doing so. They show us someone taking a bite from his own nose; a red-lipped man singing with his mouth wide open; a person licking the staffs; and someone eating the last note of the tune. The heads are entertaining as they are, but their interaction with the musical setting adds to the amusement. Particularly entertaining is the person eating the last note on the page: with his perfect teeth he is about to make the song incomplete. Will he beat the book’s reader to the punch?

Pics: Aix-en-Provence, Bibliothèque municipale, MSS 1342, 1386, 1540 and 1549.

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tamburina:

Paul Gauguin, Beach at Le Pouldu, 1889

tamburina:

Paul GauguinBeach at Le Pouldu, 1889

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