cumgirl1:

that pelvic thrust is so vicious

cumgirl1:

that pelvic thrust is so vicious

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kaishabackwards:

schizoauthoress:

Persephone as a dark and off-putting goddess who worries her mother by hanging out with satyrs and making weird stuff like pitcher plants and Venus flytraps. Hades being charmed and intimidated all at once.

better story tbh

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foxville:

guys just imagine

a punk-rock concert takes places on a beach and a group of mermaids swim to the surface, wondering what that noise is because it’s the most incredible thing they’ve ever heard

and see land-walkers wearing peculiar outfits and hair in spikes and these mermaids are absolutely in love

so they start their own brand of punk culture with squid ink tattoos, seaweed tartan, fish-hook earrings and pierced tails

and they scavenge for thrown out music memorabilia and submerged leather jackets (their prized treasure is a waterproof radio they found on the beach)

and the real problem is trying to find a way to spike their hair, so for the moment they just use seashells and continue being hella cool

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plagueofducklings:

I know they were drunk, Brian a little more so than Jimmy, but you can’t argue with their actions and the smile on Jimmy’s face. These two had the most loving best friends in the world—each other. I love the last one. Brian’s rubbing the back of Jimmy’s head.

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shampoo:

fucking goals oh my fucking god

shampoo:

fucking goals oh my fucking god

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azryal00:

admiralhip:


[x]

I see they’re sticking with the ridiculous clothes. I wonder what the jacket was that went with this outfit (if there is one, I suspect there is)

Oh, the 17th century is overflowing with ridiculousness! Louis XIV was crowned during the high baroque and he was its greatest fashion designer/promoter. He used every ruffle, gather, embellishment, lace cuff and collar as a tool in his political schemes. Seriously, there’s multiple theses on how he controlled the political climate of France in the latter half of the 17th century by decreeing different fashions for different periods, events, etc. He turned fairy tales into propaganda and marketing tools. He kept the nobility so tied up in knots about staying fashionable they had not time and no money to cook up any rebellions. Having any sort of filim about him without big sleeves, ruffles, and poofy pants would be missing a huge part of his story. 

azryal00:

admiralhip:

[x]

I see they’re sticking with the ridiculous clothes. I wonder what the jacket was that went with this outfit (if there is one, I suspect there is)

Oh, the 17th century is overflowing with ridiculousness! Louis XIV was crowned during the high baroque and he was its greatest fashion designer/promoter. He used every ruffle, gather, embellishment, lace cuff and collar as a tool in his political schemes. Seriously, there’s multiple theses on how he controlled the political climate of France in the latter half of the 17th century by decreeing different fashions for different periods, events, etc. He turned fairy tales into propaganda and marketing tools. He kept the nobility so tied up in knots about staying fashionable they had not time and no money to cook up any rebellions. Having any sort of filim about him without big sleeves, ruffles, and poofy pants would be missing a huge part of his story. 

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