Bloggety blog blog
This is my collection of things i like, things iv'e made or stuff I think :) Joy
Bloggety blog blog
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outoftimeone:

sara-the-madam:

Massive want 
1. 2&3 . 4  5. 6&7

THE HAVE NEW ONES?!


Yes
outoftimeone:

sara-the-madam:

Massive want 
1. 2&3 . 4  5. 6&7

THE HAVE NEW ONES?!


Yes
outoftimeone:

sara-the-madam:

Massive want 
1. 2&3 . 4  5. 6&7

THE HAVE NEW ONES?!


Yes
outoftimeone:

sara-the-madam:

Massive want 
1. 2&3 . 4  5. 6&7

THE HAVE NEW ONES?!


Yes
outoftimeone:

sara-the-madam:

Massive want 
1. 2&3 . 4  5. 6&7

THE HAVE NEW ONES?!


Yes
outoftimeone:

sara-the-madam:

Massive want 
1. 2&3 . 4  5. 6&7

THE HAVE NEW ONES?!


Yes
outoftimeone:

sara-the-madam:

Massive want 
1. 2&3 . 4  5. 6&7

THE HAVE NEW ONES?!


Yes
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x-q-site:

http://x-q-site.tumblr.com/

perfect
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jacoblivengood:

Collage I made of things that have inspired me.

ace great idea :)
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nicolaformichetti:

on fire (at Jack Studios)

oh lord mercy for creating this material
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Wee
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Malibu
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Arrrrrghh
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Black hairs
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The natural brown hair
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Wee
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genderoftheday:

Today’s Gender of The Day Is: Angel Aura Quartz
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hideback:

Charles Altamont Doyle (English, 1832 – 1893)
Saint Giles: Residual ghosts evoked by bells at the cathedral in Edinburgh
The father of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Charles Doyle was plagued by depression and alcoholism throughout his life. He was committed to a mental asylum in 1881. He was miserable and longed for his freedom. He planned a violent escape but was re-captured. Then Doyle created intricate paintings of fairies to try to prove his sanity.
Nothing worked, and he died in the asylum in 1893.
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lelaid:

Paco Rabanne S/S 2004

wow what is this made of???!?!?!