discoursi sopra la prima deca della reforma

"j'ai dix-huit ans. j'ai mal fait. je pourrai fait mieux."

fleurdulys:

The End of the Story - Marcus Stone

fleurdulys:

The End of the Story - Marcus Stone

(via ami-du-peuple)

the-hardest-of-hearts-survive:

Anselm Friedrich Feuerbach, Iphigenia (Detail), 1871

the-hardest-of-hearts-survive:

Anselm Friedrich Feuerbach, Iphigenia (Detail), 1871

(via stalinistqueens)

detailsofpaintings:

Giuliano Burgiadini, Portrait of a Lady (detail)
16th century

detailsofpaintings:

Giuliano Burgiadini, Portrait of a Lady (detail)

16th century

(via jaded-mandarin)

“Piccolo solo?
Piccolo solo.”

—   The Fault in Our Stars and Stripes Forever, John Philip Sousa (via historical-hipster)

(via navigatorasia)


Portrait of a Young Woman, Detail.
by Alessandro Allori (Italian, 1535–1607)
Dated: c. 1580s
alcoholicgifts:

ecofrat:

me gettin stabbed as usual

"lol what can you do"

alcoholicgifts:

ecofrat:

me gettin stabbed as usual

"lol what can you do"

(Source: shovel2, via buckydixon)

zidannibal:

First and last look, they Broke us pretty Bad.

(via 45214)

“1:all fungi are edible.
2: some fungi are only edible once”

—   Terry Pratchett (via bableman)

(via brount)

tiny-librarian:

“She lives for herself and refuses to associate with any of her sisters…She has a lot of talents and knows how to take advantage of the Empress’s weak spots. She commiserates with her, agrees with her, is with her at all hours and all the time, writes her notes constantly, and in this way she has won her over fully and does with her what she wishes, answering and often talking back to her, demanding a lot, and the Empress gives her what asks for so as not to agitate her, because then she shows her worst side and because she doesn’t want to lose her…She treats everyone with great haughtiness, and in the course of things, despite some occasional courtesies, she is hated and feared by everyone, because she has a sharp tongue and repeats everything to the Empress…”
The future Leopold II on his sister, Maria Christina

tiny-librarian:

She lives for herself and refuses to associate with any of her sisters…She has a lot of talents and knows how to take advantage of the Empress’s weak spots. She commiserates with her, agrees with her, is with her at all hours and all the time, writes her notes constantly, and in this way she has won her over fully and does with her what she wishes, answering and often talking back to her, demanding a lot, and the Empress gives her what asks for so as not to agitate her, because then she shows her worst side and because she doesn’t want to lose her…She treats everyone with great haughtiness, and in the course of things, despite some occasional courtesies, she is hated and feared by everyone, because she has a sharp tongue and repeats everything to the Empress…”

The future Leopold II on his sister, Maria Christina

(via jaded-mandarin)