cool beans \kül bēn\

A slang term that actually began it's use in the late 60's/early 70's. Popularized by the pop culture of the time. Used to describe something very favorable or pleasing. Great. Very nice.


marauders

padfoot // moony // snivellus // prongs


questions much appreciated!

my neopets account


I also run a blog called pikachuaroundtheworld

poke-problems:

kingcheddarxvii:

Don’t say it

!!!! F R E E  T H E M !!!!

poke-problems:

kingcheddarxvii:

Don’t say it

!!!! F R E E  T H E M !!!!


bangstilinski:

my parents thought they were naming me something unique, but really they just signed me up for a life with a misspelled, mispronounced, never finding on a coke bottle name

(via eopseoyo)


erikkwakkel:

Adorable sparkle face
I encountered this great drawing while browsing some 12th-century books in the library this morning. You are looking at the face of a monk: note the hairline and the bald top of his head. It is drawn inside the letter Q to provide the reader some entertainment. The red paint shows signs of corrosion, which gives the letter its silvery appearance, the lovely sparkles on both sides of the face. Because of the large smoky tail of the letter it seems to be on the move, as if given speed by a mini jet engine inside. The pilot, looking spooked, has mixed feelings about the empty margin his sparkly Q-plane is heading for, the wordless abyss that nobody ever returns from. It all makes for an entertaining moment on the medieval page, for readers then and now.
Pic: Leiden, Universiteitsbibliotheek, MS VULC 46 (12th century).

erikkwakkel:

Adorable sparkle face

I encountered this great drawing while browsing some 12th-century books in the library this morning. You are looking at the face of a monk: note the hairline and the bald top of his head. It is drawn inside the letter Q to provide the reader some entertainment. The red paint shows signs of corrosion, which gives the letter its silvery appearance, the lovely sparkles on both sides of the face. Because of the large smoky tail of the letter it seems to be on the move, as if given speed by a mini jet engine inside. The pilot, looking spooked, has mixed feelings about the empty margin his sparkly Q-plane is heading for, the wordless abyss that nobody ever returns from. It all makes for an entertaining moment on the medieval page, for readers then and now.

Pic: Leiden, Universiteitsbibliotheek, MS VULC 46 (12th century).


karenararagi:

 by: ✧ ⎜⎜ colors: ✦

karenararagi:

 by:  ⎜⎜ colors: 

(via its-electric-lady)


yubilee:

Get to know me meme → [1/10] favorite movies: Pan’s Labyrinth

And it is said that the princess returned to her father’s kingdom. That she reigned there with justice and a kind heart for many centuries. That she was loved by her people. And that she left behind small traces of her time on earth, visible only to those who know where to look.

(via lady-lucrezia)


an-inadequate-tumble:

I used this design by SayurixSama as the template for these sugar cookies. So yeah, blah blah blah, I do not own this and that and pretty much went the route of tracing the cookie’s shape from this design because, well, it was perfect.

This is the sugar cookie recipe I used and these are the posts (here and here) for everything you need to know about the stain glass parts.

(via purpleskittless)


kromze:

ふりろぐ by _

Haru is too cute, I can’t 

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ilikeasianfood:

Macarons, Pierre Hermé collaborated with Emanuel Ungaro, Shinjuku Isetan by yuichi.sakuraba on Flickr.

blog-anglophonic:

Ain’t that the motherfucking truth.

blog-anglophonic:

Ain’t that the motherfucking truth.

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