You're gone so soon



has this joke been made yet

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angel-of-britannia:

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scarred-fallenangel:

thiefqueen:

scarred-fallenangel:

Humans keep the antlers of the deer that they kill as a prize.

Angels keep the horns of demons.

Demons keep the wings of angels.

IS IT SCREWED UP THAT I WANT THOSE WINGS

Are you a demon?

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jokerusuk:

【腐向け】米英オンリ新刊サンプル【ヘタリア】

Pixiv ID: 31510913

Member: えりこ*lotus

This person’s artwork makes cry tears of joy.

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hetalia-where-it-shouldn-t-be:

Romano: come over

Spain: I’m working at the cafe right now

Romano: my brother’s not home

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aphamurrica:

unclefather:

clubpenguindoneright:

WOW

is that naruto in the background

even naruto couldn’t believe it

fantastically-british:

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remember me for centuries…

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I was reading that post about the difference between knowledge and wisdom with Frankenstein but I don't quite understand what it means. Can you explain it?

kelbora:

Contrary to popular belief, the character of Frankenstein in Mary Shelley’s story was the doctor, not The Monster, who was officially known by no other name but “The Monster”.

So, knowledge is knowing that Frankenstein (who people commonly associate with being The Monster) really isn’t the monster (as he wasn’t inherently evil or filled with malice intent). It was Frankenstein (the doctor who created The Monster), who was the monster of the story for what he did.

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from89:

The beauty of science and art are embodied in what’s known as the astronomical compendium, a multipurpose, all-in-one instrument that carries numerous devices for telling the time and performing astronomical calculations. Many astronomical compendia, such as the ones housed at the Museo Galileo in Florence, Italy, were constructed in German lands in the 16th and 17th centuries.

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