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6:23pm
Reblogged from fuckyeahfelines
fuckyeahfelines:

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fuckyeahfelines:

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6:14pm
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kidno0b:

This should be how We treat Anon hate.

(Source: tsundere-dragon)

6:04pm
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that-blue-is-getting-me-high:

WHEN MY FRIENDS DONT LIKE THE THINGS I LIKE BUT SHOW INTEREST BECAUSE THEY KNOW I LIKE TO TALK ABOUT IT

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thenaebyrd777:

egberts:

wikeni:

kanmae-west:

nymph-in-the-yellow-dress:

egberts:

spooktre:

egberts:

minute and minute shouldn’t be spelled the same

im not content with this content

i object to that object

I need to read what I read again

Excuse me but there’s no excuse for this

Someone should wind this post up and throw it in the wind

i hope you dont mind but you just fucked with my mind

fuck all of you

thefabulousfabulist:

tsundere-dragon:

….

Still a better love story than Harry Potter!

5:25pm
Reblogged from sourcedumal

(Source: midknights)

5:16pm
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5:06pm
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bag-of-dirt:

Captain Nieves Fernandez, the only known Filipino female guerilla leader and formerly a school teacher, shows U.S. Army Pvt. Andrew Lupiba how she used her long knife to silently kill Japanese soldiers during the Japanese occupation of Leyte Island. Pvt. Lupiba was a bellhop at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, California before entering service. Mabuhay Las Piñas, Leyte Island, Philippines. 7 November 1944. Image taken by Stanley Troutman.

bag-of-dirt:

Captain Nieves Fernandez, the only known Filipino female guerilla leader and formerly a school teacher, shows U.S. Army Pvt. Andrew Lupiba how she used her long knife to silently kill Japanese soldiers during the Japanese occupation of Leyte Island. Pvt. Lupiba was a bellhop at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, California before entering service. Mabuhay Las Piñas, Leyte Island, Philippines. 7 November 1944. Image taken by Stanley Troutman.

4:56pm
Reblogged from pinoy-culture

akopito:

Visayan Tattoo design (The marking of snake and lizard or any other design)

"when they say snake and lizard they actually meant Python and Crocodile :D

http://akopito.weebly.com/1/post/2014/02/visayan-tattoo-design.html

4:47pm
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4:37pm
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breakinglestrade:

"You used to ride me like that" :(

breakinglestrade:

"You used to ride me like that" :(

A savage is not one who lives in the woods, but the one who destroys it.