superbestiario:

True Romance: The Heartache of Wartime Farewells, April 1943 by Alfred Eisenstaedt at the height of the Second World War.

  • Teacher: "Can you please tell the class why you're so late?"
  • Me: Someone told me to go to hell
  • Me: Couldn't find it at first
  • Me: But now I'm here

grofjardanhazy:

More scary faces: The Most Grotesque Humanoid Monsters of the Early Modern Age

As the human race emerged from the Middle Ages into the start of modernity, we learned more about the world around us. We also took some wild flights of fancy, however. The humanoid creatures we imagined living around us were bizarre, and in some cases horrifying. See the most disturbing creatures of the early modern age for yourself.

Warning: Some of these pictures may be NSFW!


2headedsnake:

Michelle Blade


gloriouspond:

#eleven would find it difficult on that planet #considering he has no eyebrows

yeah but ten speaks it fluently.

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