thisishangingrockcomics:

actual diary entry from when i was in 5th grade oh my god

Casas con vista al campo semántico.

boyirl:

David Szauder - Story of an attractive woman, 2013

(via aestheticess)

Recreación y tiempo libre:

worldofthecutestcuties:

I took my cat on his first walk yesterday

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oldloves:

Porfirio Rubirosa married his fourth wife, American heiress Barbara Hutton, in 1953. Hutton wore black and carried a scotch and soda down the aisle. 
Rubirosa’s ex-girlfriend Zsa Zsa Gabor told newspaper reporters she gave the marriage six months and that in a couple of weeks “this man will be after me again.”
Rubirosa and Hutton separated after 53 days.  
In the settlement Rubirosa received a coffee plantation in the Dominican Republic, polo ponies, 2.5 million dollars in cash, and a B-52 plane.
Rubirosa promptly flew the plane West to win back Gabor. 
(Vanity Fair)
oldloves:

Porfirio Rubirosa married his fourth wife, American heiress Barbara Hutton, in 1953. Hutton wore black and carried a scotch and soda down the aisle. 
Rubirosa’s ex-girlfriend Zsa Zsa Gabor told newspaper reporters she gave the marriage six months and that in a couple of weeks “this man will be after me again.”
Rubirosa and Hutton separated after 53 days.  
In the settlement Rubirosa received a coffee plantation in the Dominican Republic, polo ponies, 2.5 million dollars in cash, and a B-52 plane.
Rubirosa promptly flew the plane West to win back Gabor. 
(Vanity Fair)

oldloves:

Porfirio Rubirosa married his fourth wife, American heiress Barbara Hutton, in 1953. Hutton wore black and carried a scotch and soda down the aisle. 

Rubirosa’s ex-girlfriend Zsa Zsa Gabor told newspaper reporters she gave the marriage six months and that in a couple of weeks “this man will be after me again.”

Rubirosa and Hutton separated after 53 days.  

In the settlement Rubirosa received a coffee plantation in the Dominican Republic, polo ponies, 2.5 million dollars in cash, and a B-52 plane.

Rubirosa promptly flew the plane West to win back Gabor. 

(Vanity Fair)

Sanity is a cozy lie.

juju-be-art:

Otto Dix, Self-Portrait, 1912, tempera and oil on panel, 49.5 x 73.6 cm, Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, MI, USA

juju-be-art:

Otto Dix, Self-Portrait, 1912, tempera and oil on panel, 49.5 x 73.6 cm, Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, MI, USA

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