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im glad god made you.


will always reblog.

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Vintage Labels by Yaniv Kamak

Collection of awesome 8 vintage insignias/badges that designed to use for logos stamps stickers badges and more. Download the fully editable psd here.

You either like me or you don’t. It took me twenty-something years to learn how to love myself, I don’t have that kinda time to convince somebody else.
— Daniel Franzese (via durianquotes)


untitled by Nives B. on Flickr.

In the 18th and 19th centuries, wealthy British and European lovers exchanged “eye miniatures”, love tokens so clandestine that even now it is almost impossible to identify their recipients or the people they depict. They were meant to be worn inside the lapel, near the heart.

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Glitchy GIFs by Hateplow

I had to do a bit of detective work to find who made these because the site which I saw them on gave no credit or artist information. I was however pleasantly surprised to find that they are created by an artist here on tumblr. There’s a link to their blog below and I strongly suggest checking out their tumblr page because it’s full interesting and creative GIFs.

Artists: | Tumblr | [via: Buamai]

You know, I think one of the worst feelings is finding out that you didn’t mean as much to someone as you thought you did, and you just feel stupid, and because you looked desperate, about caring too much.

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To love is to undress our names.
Octavio Paz (via marigriffin)


He stitched adoration through the cracks in my winter lips. 


Sara Teasdale, “Deep in the Night”

Submitted by thehiddenabyss.

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-Anne Campbell

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marc jacobs | s/s 2010 | worn on kamila filipcikova

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List of Note: Einstein was a Dick


One of my favorite little websites, Lists of Note, published this gem. It gives the “rest of us” a peek into the mind of a genius. He may have looked at his personal life in a similar way to his work.

By 1914, Albert Einstein’s marriage to his wife of 11 years, Mileva Marić, was fast deteriorating. Realizing there was no hope for their relationship on a romantic level, Einstein proposed that they remain together for the sake of their children, but only if she agree to the following list of conditions.

Mileva accepted them, but to no avail. A few months later, she left her husband in Berlin and moved, with their sons, to Zurich. They eventually divorced in 1919, having lived apart for five years.

(Source: Einstein: His Life and Universe; Image: Mileva Marić & Albert Einstein, via elcorreo.)


  1. You will make sure:
    1. that my clothes and laundry are kept in good order;
    2. that I will receive my three meals regularly in my room;
    3. that my bedroom and study are kept neat, and especially that my desk is left for my use only.
  2. You will renounce all personal relations with me insofar as they are not completely necessary for social reasons. Specifically, You will forego:
    1. my sitting at home with you;
    2. my going out or travelling with you.
  3. You will obey the following points in your relations with me:
    1. you will not expect any intimacy from me, nor will you reproach me in any way;
    2. you will stop talking to me if I request it;
    3. you will leave my bedroom or study immediately without protest if I request it.
  4. You will undertake not to belittle me in front of our children, either through words or behavior.

more Einstein stuff….

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With each eyelash I find
That I claim as mine,
Fallen upon your face,
I make a wish so fervently
That they will never fall upon another face