Hieronymus Bosch, The Garden of Earthly Delights, 1503-1504
This is a blog dedicated to how much I hate Ania.
Ha ha. Not.
I think John may be handily out-pacing Neil’s entire career by now.
Bo misses you.
I miss you.
You’re tearing this family apart.
OMG ROSALI. Stop it! hahahahaha
This is so beautiful.
Amazing, completely accurate submission from softhead on Norse mythology. I think I see a pattern.
I can understand Snape love to a certain extend but this just sort of pisses me off.
Severus Snape is one of my absolute favorite characters in the Harry Potter series, but in no way is he likable.
The only good part of Severus Snape was the part that loved, and the only thing Severus Snape ever loved was Lily. Everything good he ever accomplished he did for her or to somehow avenge her death or protect her only descendant, and everything else he did was mean spirited or right down evil. The part where he studied the dark arts by his own free will, was a death eater working for Voldemort (and I assume killing people) and was a complete asshole to a bunch of 11-year-old kids, doesn’t suddenly become justified because he also did some nice things. To dismiss his flaws, and simply label him as “justified” is to dismiss most of the things that make his character interesting in the first place.
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Hey! I just got my first tattoo today and couldn’t wait to share it with you guys. I’m a graphic designer and I’ve loved the show Lost since it first started back in 2004. I pretty much knew that when I got my first tattoo I’d want it to be Lost related, but not “in-your-face” related. So I designed a simple forearm band that includes the Dharma Logo, those dreaded numbers, and there’s morse code in there too. I left the inside of the Dharma Logo blank, because I’m still not sure which symbol I want in it. That will be my next tattoo!
I got this in Kingston, Ontario, Canada at Buddha’s Belly. My artist was Todd, and made my first tattoo a wonderful experience. Those photos were taken about three hours after the tattoo, which took a little under two hours.
This is my friend Jason’s tattoo! I was there with him when he got it. It’s awesome.