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It would be nice to feel beautiful. Not think that maybe. It would be nice to know with an absolute certainty that yes, I’m beautiful.

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mosellegreen:

alegbra:

have you ever gotten to that certain point in the school year where you just

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Ah, yes. The second day.

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bombing:

whored-oeurves:

bombing:

i’m awake

Yet another failed assassination attempt

you people never learn

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moistnoodles:

i-march-mello:

danim4ux:

THE SHEET IS MADE OUT OF WOOD TOO
Wendell Castle, Ghost Clock. 1985

THAT IS MAHOGANY

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moistnoodles:

i-march-mello:

danim4ux:

THE SHEET IS MADE OUT OF WOOD TOO

Wendell Castle, Ghost Clock. 1985

THAT IS MAHOGANY

I thought this was a joke until I read the description

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tarynsullivan:

A famous Celtic legend about owls tells of  Blodeuwedd. The hero Lleu Llaw Gyffes  is told by his mother Arianrhod that he may never marry an ordinary human wife. To counteract her declaration, the magicians Math and Gwydion (his uncle) gather flowers of broom, meadowsweet, and oak then create from them a beautiful woman and named her Blodeuwedd (meaning ‘flower face’). Blodeuwedd has an affair, she and her lover conspire to murder Lleu. However, Lleu cannot be killed at day or night, indoors or outdoors, riding or walking, clothed or naked, nor by any weapon lawfully made. Blodeuwedd tricks Lleu into revealing that he can be killed at dusk, wrapped in a net with one foot on a cauldron and one on a goat and with a spear forged for a year during the hours of mass. Using this information, Blodewedd arranges Lleu’s death. When Lleu is struck by the spear, he transforms into an eagle and flies away. The magician Gwydion finds Lleu and manages to return him to his human form. As part of Lleu’s revenge, he transforms Blodeuwedd into an owl because the owl is despised by other birds and that is why the owl hunts at night while other birds rest.There are several spellings of her name, and another version of the story in which she is transformed into a tree and watches Lleu prosper with his new wife.  The spelling depends on Irish, Gaelic, Welsh, or Celtic.

tarynsullivan:

A famous Celtic legend about owls tells of  Blodeuwedd. The hero Lleu Llaw Gyffes  is told by his mother Arianrhod that he may never marry an ordinary human wife. To counteract her declaration, the magicians Math and Gwydion (his uncle) gather flowers of broom, meadowsweet, and oak then create from them a beautiful woman and named her Blodeuwedd (meaning ‘flower face’). Blodeuwedd has an affair, she and her lover conspire to murder Lleu. However, Lleu cannot be killed at day or night, indoors or outdoors, riding or walking, clothed or naked, nor by any weapon lawfully made. Blodeuwedd tricks Lleu into revealing that he can be killed at dusk, wrapped in a net with one foot on a cauldron and one on a goat and with a spear forged for a year during the hours of mass. Using this information, Blodewedd arranges Lleu’s death. When Lleu is struck by the spear, he transforms into an eagle and flies away. The magician Gwydion finds Lleu and manages to return him to his human form. As part of Lleu’s revenge, he transforms Blodeuwedd into an owl because the owl is despised by other birds and that is why the owl hunts at night while other birds rest.

There are several spellings of her name, and another version of the story in which she is transformed into a tree and watches Lleu prosper with his new wife.  The spelling depends on Irish, Gaelic, Welsh, or Celtic.

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