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thatswhywelovegermany:

literally: to tie a bear onto someone

to hoax somebody, to feed somebody a line, to pull somebody’s leg

Tarot Asks
  • The Fool: Something you've always wanted to try
  • The Magician: Something you're very good at
  • The High Priestess: One thing you wish you knew
  • The Empress: A woman you really admire
  • The Emperor: A man you really admire
  • The Hierophant: Something you believe in
  • The Lovers: A person who makes you very happy
  • The Chariot: A prize or award you've won
  • Strength: Something you struggle with
  • The Hermit: Favourite way to spend a day alone
  • The Wheel Of Fortune: Something you wish you could change
  • Justice: A decision you wish you could do over
  • The Hanged Man: A time when you wished someone would listen to you
  • Death: Someone you really miss
  • Temperance: Your ideal day
  • The Devil: Who you talk to when you're dealing with big issues
  • The Tower: Something that changed your life
  • The Star: Someone you consider perfect
  • The Moon: Something you fear
  • The Sun: Your happiest memory
  • Judgement: Your favourite song(s)
  • The World: Your dream job
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Sakanaction // なんてったって春

A wind singing from the south-southwest
Tears streaming down my face for some reason
Of course. It’s spring 

(出典: sen-to-rei)


perennial-princess:

The Gardener’s House at the Palace of Versailles, France

missesmorgan:

ohmarjorie:

So upset that Ken is moving out of my town that I want to just break my damn 3ds

TAKE MINE. HES SUCH A JERK. HIS CATCHPHRASE IS “As if”

Ken is such a sweetheart, though! I would actually take him if you’re serious.

So upset that Ken is moving out of my town that I want to just break my damn 3ds


unhistorical:

…the Saints are displayed in a cathedral in Eastern Germany close to the Czech border and were acquired in the 17th century when there was a big trade in relics. They are said to be the remains of Martyred saints that were stored in the catacombs of Rome before being removed and traded. They were reassembled and dressed in their fine regalia and displayed in ornate cabinets.

Toby de Silva