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dreamsinthyme:

What does a Scotsman wear under his kilt?Two answers I like most:"On a good day only lipstick."And :"Nothing is worn, it is all in perfectly good working order."

"…only lipstick."  !!!!!!!!!

dreamsinthyme:

What does a Scotsman wear under his kilt?

Two answers I like most:
"On a good day only lipstick."

And :
"Nothing is worn, it is all in perfectly good working order."

"…only lipstick."  !!!!!!!!!

(Source: straightkiltcock)

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books0977:

In the Wings at the Opera House (1889). Jean-Georges Béraud (French, 1849-1935). Oil on canvas. Musee de la Ville de Paris, Musee Carnavalet, Paris.
Renowned for his visual preservation of Paris’ decadent Belle Époque era, artist Jean-George Béraud captured the daily life of the bon vivant. Here, gentlemen of means appear to have free access to the dancers backstage.

books0977:

In the Wings at the Opera House (1889). Jean-Georges Béraud (French, 1849-1935). Oil on canvas. Musee de la Ville de Paris, Musee Carnavalet, Paris.

Renowned for his visual preservation of Paris’ decadent Belle Époque era, artist Jean-George Béraud captured the daily life of the bon vivant. Here, gentlemen of means appear to have free access to the dancers backstage.

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screaming-till-im-numb:

I want someone to write a book where Mermaids are the women thrown off ships when the sailors got afraid because having a woman on the boat is bad luck. And as they sink to the bottom legs tied together they change slowly until they can breath, until they can use their tied up legs to swim. And they drown sailors in revenge, luring them in by singing in their husky voices still stinging from the salt water they breathed. 

someone please write this

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