lorazoronicktrance:

Road To El Dorado Valentine Cards part 1!

In honor of The Great Valentine Exchange on deviantart! Check out the rest of the cards here: http://lorazoronicktrance.deviantart.com/gallery/35217927

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gum? Iw ish

The furniture in my daughter’s room desperately needed cleaning so I decided I would send her to grandma’s so I could get down to business.

I was wiping down her little table top when I thought I might as well clean the underneath of it as well. I flipped it over and…

Boogers.

Boogers, everywhere.

You know how the underneath of tables at restaurants with lax cleaning habits tend to be covered in gum? Yeah, it was just like that. Except.

Boogers.

Top 2012 French History books
French history is full of monarchs, mistresses, and madness! These top  2012 French History book releases are sure to fill your reading year  with plenty of oh-la-la.
Image: Anne of France by Master of Moulins. Via Wikimedia Commons.

Top 2012 French History books

French history is full of monarchs, mistresses, and madness! These top 2012 French History book releases are sure to fill your reading year with plenty of oh-la-la.

Image: Anne of France by Master of Moulins. Via Wikimedia Commons.

Portrait of the young Friedrich II of Prussia by Antoine Pesne (1736)
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Portrait of the young Friedrich II of Prussia by Antoine Pesne (1736)

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Portrait of Marie Louise Élisabeth d’Orléans (1695-1719) by an unknown artist (possibly Pierre Gobert) (circa 1700)Image Source: Via Wikimedia Commons.

Portrait of Marie Louise Élisabeth d’Orléans (1695-1719) by an unknown artist (possibly Pierre Gobert) (circa 1700)

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La Simplicité (Simplicity) by Jean-Baptiste GreuzeImage Source: Via Wikimedia Commons

La Simplicité (Simplicity) by Jean-Baptiste Greuze

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Girl with a Book by Almeida Júnior (19th century)Image Source: Wikimedia Commons

Girl with a Book by Almeida Júnior (19th century)

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noordzee:

Ancient Greek Lady-Monster Valentines, because I love the morbid sense of humor I develop around these gals. HERE is a full-resolution printable sheet of all four, the page is 8x10.5 inches.

Featuring a Siren, Sphinx, Medusa, and also Eris. She isn’t exactly a monster but shhhh. I referenced their appearances from ancient art, though I have to admit I kind of took artistic license with Medusa’s face and hair. The original Gorgons had scary-ugly faces and normal hair with a couple snakes. A head full of snakes is just so much more fun to draw…!

I have buckets more ideas for these, so I might do more! Because if a joke’s worth making it’s worth running into the ground, that’s what I say :D

elladaa:

Under the weather…..

elladaa:

Under the weather…..

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superkianagalaxy:

coelasquid:

I told google to give me the fanciest pigeon and this is what I got.

he’s got his own little umbrella

superkianagalaxy:

coelasquid:

I told google to give me the fanciest pigeon and this is what I got.

he’s got his own little umbrella

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