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lizzykitten:

Kyaaaaaa!

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ri-science:

Pettigrew Mummy
This illustration shows the whole length view of a Graeco-Egyptian mummy, unrolled 6 April 1833 and showing the areas of the body which still held the original gilding.
This mummy was contained within Pettigrew’s own collection.
A History of Egyptian Mummies by Thomas Pettigrew, 1834
Royal Institution Rare Book Collection

ri-science:

Pettigrew Mummy

This illustration shows the whole length view of a Graeco-Egyptian mummy, unrolled 6 April 1833 and showing the areas of the body which still held the original gilding.

This mummy was contained within Pettigrew’s own collection.

A History of Egyptian Mummies by Thomas Pettigrew, 1834

Royal Institution Rare Book Collection

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thatisnotahat:

I’ve been watching this for 5 minutes and giggling like an idiot.

thatisnotahat:

I’ve been watching this for 5 minutes and giggling like an idiot.

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monalisasvagina:

JungleJim4322@yahoo.com in proper beach attire

monalisasvagina:

JungleJim4322@yahoo.com in proper beach attire

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spiritdck:

I want to know why

spiritdck:

I want to know why

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contra-punt:

I fucking love British TV

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beatonna:

discardingimages:

butt-licking cat
see original here
Book of Hours, Lyon, ca. 1505-1510.
Lyon, BM, Ms 6881, fol. 30r

Come for the butt licking cat, stay for all else.  Follow Discarding Images, you will enjoy.

beatonna:

discardingimages:

butt-licking cat

see original here

Book of Hours, Lyon, ca. 1505-1510.

Lyon, BM, Ms 6881, fol. 30r

Come for the butt licking cat, stay for all else.  Follow Discarding Images, you will enjoy.

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unamusedsloth:

Nude Portraits series by photographer Trevor Christensen

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cubebreaker:

Former Marine turned photographer Joel Parés’ series Judging America used real people dressed as stereotypes to remind us to not judge a person based on their tattoos, clothing, ethnicity, profession, or sexual orientation, but on their merits.

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