Two teenage girls attempted to go in front of me for a photo and The Evil Queen said, “Excuse you, I do believe this young lady was here before you. Now step aside”. My love for her is endless.

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This is a very attractive AND practical design. How nice that someone figured out how to do BOTH.

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GREEK MYTHOLOGY: NYX // Primordial Deity of Night
Nyx was an ancient goddess of the night. Her appearances in mythology are sparse, but they reveal her as a figure of exceptional power and beauty. She is found in the shadows of the world and only ever seen in glimpses. She is also represented as simply the substance of night: a veil of dark veil of mist drawn forth from the underworld which blotted out the light of Aither.

Homer calls her the subduer of gods and men, and relates that Zeus himself stood in awe of her. In the ancient cosmogonies Nyx is one of the very first created beings, for she is described as the daughter of Chaos, and the sister of Erebus, by whom she became the mother of Aither and Hemera.

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Clever way of getting his features in there

cr:  thqys

Utilizing the critical thinking skills and greater levels of maturity assumed by my college degree, I deduced that I could make butt pancakes.



OMFG i can see why Nat would TOTALLY reblog this ROFLOLLL 

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DIY Halloween Makeup Inspiration from Sandra Holmbom here. No tutorial but a list of makeup used is listed at the link with more photos.

truebluemeandyou: I love Sandra Holmbom’s FX and “real life” makeup. It’s always new and unexpected.

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Often described as deer-like or bearing the head of a stag, the wendigo (also known as windigoweendigowindagowaindigowindigawitikowihtikow, and numerous other variants)[1] is a creature appearing in the legends of theAlgonquian peoples.

It is thought of variously as a malevolent cannibalistic spirit that could possess humans or a monster that humans could physically transform into. Those who indulged in cannibalism were at particular risk,[2] and the legend appears to have reinforced this practice as a taboo.

Wendigo psychosis is the name conventionally given to a disputed culture-bound disorder featuring an intense craving for human flesh and the fear that the sufferer would turn into a cannibal. This was alleged to have occurred among Algonquian native cultures.[3]

Recently the wendigo has also featured in modern horror fiction. There are also many camp stories about the Wendigo.

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MYTHOLOGY MEME ~ [2/8] Legendary Creatures ~ Vampires

Listen to them - children of the night. What music they make. (x)

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