Herpderp the Unicorn.

Herpderp the Unicorn.

booklikes:

One more reason to keep on reading.

booklikes:

One more reason to keep on reading.

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My dog is cuter than you. #germanshepard #mix #Charlie #adoptdontshop #weeklyfluff #fluffy #dog #mybaby

My dog is cuter than you. #germanshepard #mix #Charlie #adoptdontshop #weeklyfluff #fluffy #dog #mybaby

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kellysue:

Let’s pretend I’m reblogging this for the “menswear.”

Pretend all you want. I’m reblogging this because he’s beautiful.

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Avoiding work on this beautiful day :)

Avoiding work on this beautiful day :)

On our merry way to the magical city of New Orleans! @melissaisradyo

On our merry way to the magical city of New Orleans! @melissaisradyo

tastefullyoffensive:

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tastefullyoffensive:

[mictwitty]

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sarakobus:

Had this cutie at work tonight. He just learned how to pick up his ears 😍

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i-observe-dean-with-my-eyes:

Dean is 100% done.

ah yes the stop-and-blink

this is honestly one of my favorite Dean Expressions

Need some more.

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richard-miles-archaeologist:

Ancient Worlds - BBC Two
Episode 1 “Come Together”

Uruk - “the mother of all cities”.

Uruk was one of the most important cities in ancient Mesopotamia; an ancient city of Sumer -and later Babylonia, situated east of the present bed of the Euphrates river.  According to the Sumerian King List, it was founded by King Enmerkar sometime around 4500 BCE.

Uruk is considered the first true city in the world. It was home to 40.000 or perhaps 50.000 people, a population density unprecedented in human history.

In myth and literature, Uruk was famous as the capital city of Gilgamesh. The great epic poem The Legend of Gilgamesh contains a proud description of his city:

Go up, pace out the walls of Uruk.
Study the foundation terrace and examine the brickwork.
Is not its masonry of kiln - fired brick?
And did not seven masters lay its foundations?
One square mile of city, one square mile of gardens,
One square mile of clay pits, a half square mile of Ishtar’s dwelling,
Three and a half square miles is the measure of Uruk

PART I

Uruk, Iraq

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followingpeople-bloggingthings:

Let’s just take a moment to appreciate this gorgeous shot and this gorgeous man

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kendaspntwd:

Dean Winchester +Plaid Shirts ( season 8 )

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