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YOUNG, WILLING, AND EAGER

ladykate63:

Great scene, and based on an actual historical incident in medieval Germany:

When King Conrad III defeated the Duke of Welf (in the year 1140) and placed Weinsberg under siege, the wives of the besieged castle negotiated a surrender which granted them the right to leave with whatever they could carry on their shoulders. The king allowed them that much. Leaving everything else aside, each woman took her own husband on her shoulders and carried him out. When the king’s people saw what was happening, many of them said that that was not what had been meant and wanted to put a stop to it. But the king laughed and accepted the women’s clever trick. “A king” he said, “should always stand by his word.”

Medieval women were BAMFs.


lcdpix:

Unintended double exposure

lcdpix:

Unintended double exposure



shredtheaqua:

You know a girl is mad when she starts off her sentence saying “I just find it funny how ” because there’s a 99.9% chance she did not find it funny.


jtotheizzoe:

explore-blog:

Isaac Asimov in conversation with Bill Moyers about science, dogma, education, and creativity – a must-read.

Science: Verb or noun?
What say you?

jtotheizzoe:

explore-blog:

Isaac Asimov in conversation with Bill Moyers about science, dogma, education, and creativity – a must-read.

Science: Verb or noun?

What say you?


aliciatorellonails:

Lunar phases by alicia torello

aliciatorellonails:

Lunar phases by alicia torello


collections that are raw as fuck rami kadi s/s 2012


jacobtheloofah:

no but the best part is how he got the name:
his name was originally “potatoes,” and his owner, willoughby bertie, told the stable lad who helped him to write the horse’s name on a feed bin. the boy misheard it as, literally “pot-eight-o’s” and wrote it with 8 o’s. bertie found it so funny that he kept that as the horses name.

jacobtheloofah:

no but the best part is how he got the name:

his name was originally “potatoes,” and his owner, willoughby bertie, told the stable lad who helped him to write the horse’s name on a feed bin. the boy misheard it as, literally “pot-eight-o’s” and wrote it with 8 o’s. bertie found it so funny that he kept that as the horses name.