godtie:

it’s really funny bc like listening to english majors talk about their classes or projects theyre really articulate and they use complex words and stuff and it’s very prestigious sounding and then you listen to science majors and if theyre just talking amongst themselves it sounds more like “yeah i put the compound in the thing and honestly i was hoping for a little boom but all i got was a sizzle i dont know what i did wrong.”

viamadlucem:

hostduraravros:

positronmorbid:


ironychan:


greekceltic:


centaurcentral:


“A Centaur in Disguise” by Michelle Tolo


This is the most precious Centaur art I’ve ever seen.


What really makes it is the fact that the dude and the horse are both going “something here ain’t right…”


And I could see any hard core horse riding enthusiast going “What are you doing!?  That’s not how you ride!”


I guess he’s trying to blend in and not be the
centaur of attention

viamadlucem:

hostduraravros:

positronmorbid:

ironychan:

greekceltic:

centaurcentral:

“A Centaur in Disguise” by Michelle Tolo

This is the most precious Centaur art I’ve ever seen.

What really makes it is the fact that the dude and the horse are both going “something here ain’t right…”

And I could see any hard core horse riding enthusiast going “What are you doing!?  That’s not how you ride!”

I guess he’s trying to blend in and not be the

centaur of attention

willkommen-in-germany:

Würzburg is a city in the region of Franken in Bayern, Southern Germany. Located on the Main river, it lies at about equal distance (120 km) between Frankfurt am Main and Nürnberg. Notable artists who lived in Würzburg include poet Walther von der Vogelweide (12th-13th century), philosopher Albertus Magnus, and painter Mathias Grünewald. Sculptor Tilman Riemenschneider (1460–1531) served as mayor. The Baroque architect Balthasar Neumann (1687–1753) was one builder of the Würzburg Residence, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Giovanni Battista Tiepolo and his son, Domenico decorated the interior of the palace. Some of the city’s “100 churches” survived intact. In style they range from Romanesque (Würzburg Cathedral), Gothic (Marienkapelle), Renaissance (Neubaukirche), Baroque (Stift Haug Kirche) to modern (St Andreas).

willkommen-in-germany:

Würzburg is a city in the region of Franken in Bayern, Southern Germany. Located on the Main river, it lies at about equal distance (120 km) between Frankfurt am Main and Nürnberg. Notable artists who lived in Würzburg include poet Walther von der Vogelweide (12th-13th century), philosopher Albertus Magnus, and painter Mathias Grünewald. Sculptor Tilman Riemenschneider (1460–1531) served as mayor. The Baroque architect Balthasar Neumann (1687–1753) was one builder of the Würzburg Residence, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Giovanni Battista Tiepolo and his son, Domenico decorated the interior of the palace. Some of the city’s “100 churches” survived intact. In style they range from Romanesque (Würzburg Cathedral), Gothic (Marienkapelle), Renaissance (Neubaukirche), Baroque (Stift Haug Kirche) to modern (St Andreas).

trolllbogies:

A Ravenclaw uses Alohomora

A Slytherin uses a lockpick

A Gryffindor charges to ram the door down

A Hufflepuff tries the doorknob and finds it wasn’t locked in the first place.

Finds

wittsandtitts:

Shout out to muscular men that are still kinda chubby

Y’all are slept on so much but idk why

That lumberjack build does things to me

I like knowing I can cuddle with you but you can still fuck someone up

Je weniger die Leute davon wissen, wie Würste und Gesetze gemacht werden, desto besser schlafen sie.

Otto von Bismarck

The less people know about how sausages and laws are made, the better they’ll sleep.

(via germanlanguagerocks)