questionableadvice:

~ Modern Etiquette in Public and Private, 1893via Internet Archive

My head itches just thinking about this. And no don’t go all shampoo-free on me. Lordy.

questionableadvice:

~ Modern Etiquette in Public and Private, 1893
via Internet Archive

My head itches just thinking about this. And no don’t go all shampoo-free on me. Lordy.

Reblogged from Questionable Advice
pathadley:

fidgetry:

allthingseurope:

York, England (by Barry Young1950)

Shambles!

Nuh uh. Lady Peckett’s Yard. :)

Busted.

pathadley:

fidgetry:

allthingseurope:

York, England (by Barry Young1950)

Shambles!

Nuh uh. Lady Peckett’s Yard. :)

Busted.

Reblogged from Short Thorts
allthingseurope:

York, England (by Barry Young1950)

Shambles!

allthingseurope:

York, England (by Barry Young1950)

Shambles!

Reblogged from All things Europe

semperannoying:

A friendly walrus on a Russian submarine.

Reblogged from They Call Me the Bees
mpdrolet:

 Anaïs Boileau


How can I go here?

mpdrolet:

 Anaïs Boileau

How can I go here?

Reblogged from Nerd by Nerdwest
mimbeau:

Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir
La Coupole
Paris 1969
Bruno Barbey

mimbeau:

Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir

La Coupole

Paris 1969

Bruno Barbey

Reblogged from Nerd by Nerdwest
onestarbookreview:

“The novel was like Ali Lohan to Lindsay, where as Lindsay is ‘1984’ by George Orwell.”

She’s not wrong tho

onestarbookreview:

The novel was like Ali Lohan to Lindsay, where as Lindsay is ‘1984’ by George Orwell.”

She’s not wrong tho

Reblogged from One-Star Book Reviews
mpdrolet:

Chris Bernabeo
Reblogged from MPD
aotus:

Happy Birthday, Annie Oakley!
Letter to William McKinley offering to raise a troop of 50 lady sharpshooters to fight the Spanish American War.  They would provide their own rifles and ammunition.  Unfortunately, women were not allowed to serve at that point in our history. 
Image: Letter to President William McKinley from Annie Oakley. April 5, 1898. National Archives Identifier 300369

aotus:

Happy Birthday, Annie Oakley!

Letter to William McKinley offering to raise a troop of 50 lady sharpshooters to fight the Spanish American War.  They would provide their own rifles and ammunition.  Unfortunately, women were not allowed to serve at that point in our history. 

Image: Letter to President William McKinley from Annie Oakley. April 5, 1898. National Archives Identifier 300369