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its great that I’m losing weight but then I see more stretchmarks and I want to die so thanks

fdny:

The FDNY swore in 318 new probationary firefighters on July 29. The class is the most diverse in the Department’s history, with 66 percent identifying as people of color. The new firefighters will now take part in an 18-week training program at the Fire Academy on Randalls Island.

fdny:

The FDNY swore in 318 new probationary firefighters on July 29. The class is the most diverse in the Department’s history, with 66 percent identifying as people of color. The new firefighters will now take part in an 18-week training program at the Fire Academy on Randalls Island.

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night-birds:

楳図かずお - 「恐怖 魔性の目」ほか全5篇 (ソニー・デジタルエンタテインメント・サービス) [2013]

night-birds:

楳図かずお - 「恐怖 魔性の目」ほか全5篇 (ソニー・デジタルエンタテインメント・サービス) [2013]

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unstablefragments:

NIKE TECH WINDRUNNER BY FRAGMENT
Buy it @nike.com

unstablefragments:

NIKE TECH WINDRUNNER BY FRAGMENT

Buy it @nike.com

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nyctaeus:

Mathieu Tremblin, ‘Parking tickets bouquet’ (2013)

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Like this new job is cool but I have killer anxiety over everything. Fuck

I really don’t want to work anywhere

mediumaevum:

During the Middle ages, and even in the Renaissance and until the 18th century, eyelashes were not styled. Women, in general, removed eyelashes and eyebrows in order to give more importance to the forehead, which was the most important feature in females’ faces at that time.
Women were not supposed to exhibit their hair in public, and by several ecclesiastical edicts, the Catholic Church condemned that practice as an offense to God and the church, and a sin. It obviously included eyebrows and eyelashes.
image: Petrus Christus, Portrait of a Young Woman (detail), Netherlandish, c. 1470

mediumaevum:

During the Middle ages, and even in the Renaissance and until the 18th century, eyelashes were not styled. Women, in general, removed eyelashes and eyebrows in order to give more importance to the forehead, which was the most important feature in females’ faces at that time.

Women were not supposed to exhibit their hair in public, and by several ecclesiastical edicts, the Catholic Church condemned that practice as an offense to God and the church, and a sin. It obviously included eyebrows and eyelashes.

image: Petrus Christus, Portrait of a Young Woman (detail), Netherlandish, c. 1470

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