heirofmind:

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I think I’m going to go back to reading before the phone dies. You’re all wonderful, good night :3

babycuts:

thattallsummonerguy:


We have tons of these kinda houses in my town and the are just really awesome, the houses are actually classified as “Painted Ladies” and the are probably some of the best examples of Asymmetrical, non linear architecture ever created

babycuts:

thattallsummonerguy:

We have tons of these kinda houses in my town and the are just really awesome, the houses are actually classified as “Painted Ladies” and the are probably some of the best examples of Asymmetrical, non linear architecture ever created

mythology meme:  [4/7] heroes

↳ suphankanlaya

Although Suphankanlaya is a historical figure, there aren’t many concrete historical facts about her life, and personal information is mostly speculations or legends. A Siamese princess, she agreed to marry the Burmese king Bayinnaung in exchange for her brothers’ safe return home and the fortification of the alliance between her father and Burma. After her husband’s death, she was married to Bayinnaung’s son and successor Nandabayin. When her father died and her younger brother became king, the oath of allegiance was broken. In response to Nandabayin’s son dying by the hand of her brother, Suphankanlaya was tortured and killed.

However, even though these events took place almost five centuries prior, Suphankanlaya’s story re-emerged in the late 20th century, and she became both a national heroine and a symbol for self-sacrifice and national assertiveness in Thailand. 

bennyslegs:

youtube’s ‘watch it again’ feature is amazing. there was a period of my life where i watched this short video atleast once a day for a good two weeks solid, because it made me so happy. i had forgotten entirely about it. the cycle begins again.

Michel de Montaigne again! I forgot how much I liked reading this book of essays. I mean. He just talked about cats. I feel a connection.

Be back later maybe, going to check the RP accounts and maybe read more? Love you all, have a great rest of your day!