• october 1st: i'm cOMIN OUTTA MY GRAVE AND I BEEN DOIN JUST FINE

blackthornestick:

DO YOU EVER THINK “HEY I’M PRETTY GOOD AT THIS SPORT” AND THEN YOU GET ON TUMBLR AND SEE VIDEOS AND ACTION SHOTS AND YOU’RE LIKE “NEVER MIND I SHOULD JUST QUIT NOW I DON’T EVEN KNOW WHAT LEVEL THAT IS HOW COULD I EVEN GET ON IT”

because if so, ditto.

(Source: glorioles)

sossidge:

me 11:59 September 30th

me 12:00 October 1st

mlracles:

ottermatopoeia:

mattniskanenseyebrows:

OCTOBER IS NEXT WEEK

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OCTOBER IS THIS WEEK
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OCTOBER IS TOMORROW

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mylifebelikeadream:

Mia Robinson - 8th place, 7 years girls, Australian Nationals 2014

keepcalm-trebleon:

Do teachers not understand that Oireachtas is 66 days away like I don’t have time to do homework I have bigger priorities

glitzandwigs:

anrilarlar:

blueeyedrascal76:

thepiper76:

braveuniverse:

"Describe yourself in one word."

can all majors wristbands be like this?

No because CLRG doesn’t like colorful and sparkly things

I know! Let’s add flashing lights!

^^

sossidge:

me 11:59 September 30th

me 12:00 October 1st

ancientart:

Depictions of the Abu Simbel temples, from 1843 to present.
Of the most magnificent monuments in the world, the two temples at Abu Simbel date to about 1260 BCE, and have long captured the interest and imaginations of many.
Ramesses II dedicated the so-called Small Temple of Abu Simbel to the goddess Hathor, and his wife Nefertari. Slightly further south is the larger temple, which Ramesses dedicated to the gods Ptah, Amun-Re, Re-Horakhty, as well as his own divine self. 4 colossal seated figures of Ramesses take up the facade of the latter.
The Great Temple of Ramesses II by kairoinfo4u.
Temple of Hathor/Nefertari, published in 1902, Internet Archive Book Images.
The Great Temple of Ramesses II, published in 1921, Internet Archive Book Images.
The Great Temple of Ramesses II, published in 1896, Internet Archive Book Images.
'Interior of the excavated Temple of Abu Simbel in Nubia,' published in 1843, The British Library. ancientart:

Depictions of the Abu Simbel temples, from 1843 to present.
Of the most magnificent monuments in the world, the two temples at Abu Simbel date to about 1260 BCE, and have long captured the interest and imaginations of many.
Ramesses II dedicated the so-called Small Temple of Abu Simbel to the goddess Hathor, and his wife Nefertari. Slightly further south is the larger temple, which Ramesses dedicated to the gods Ptah, Amun-Re, Re-Horakhty, as well as his own divine self. 4 colossal seated figures of Ramesses take up the facade of the latter.
The Great Temple of Ramesses II by kairoinfo4u.
Temple of Hathor/Nefertari, published in 1902, Internet Archive Book Images.
The Great Temple of Ramesses II, published in 1921, Internet Archive Book Images.
The Great Temple of Ramesses II, published in 1896, Internet Archive Book Images.
'Interior of the excavated Temple of Abu Simbel in Nubia,' published in 1843, The British Library. ancientart:

Depictions of the Abu Simbel temples, from 1843 to present.
Of the most magnificent monuments in the world, the two temples at Abu Simbel date to about 1260 BCE, and have long captured the interest and imaginations of many.
Ramesses II dedicated the so-called Small Temple of Abu Simbel to the goddess Hathor, and his wife Nefertari. Slightly further south is the larger temple, which Ramesses dedicated to the gods Ptah, Amun-Re, Re-Horakhty, as well as his own divine self. 4 colossal seated figures of Ramesses take up the facade of the latter.
The Great Temple of Ramesses II by kairoinfo4u.
Temple of Hathor/Nefertari, published in 1902, Internet Archive Book Images.
The Great Temple of Ramesses II, published in 1921, Internet Archive Book Images.
The Great Temple of Ramesses II, published in 1896, Internet Archive Book Images.
'Interior of the excavated Temple of Abu Simbel in Nubia,' published in 1843, The British Library. ancientart:

Depictions of the Abu Simbel temples, from 1843 to present.
Of the most magnificent monuments in the world, the two temples at Abu Simbel date to about 1260 BCE, and have long captured the interest and imaginations of many.
Ramesses II dedicated the so-called Small Temple of Abu Simbel to the goddess Hathor, and his wife Nefertari. Slightly further south is the larger temple, which Ramesses dedicated to the gods Ptah, Amun-Re, Re-Horakhty, as well as his own divine self. 4 colossal seated figures of Ramesses take up the facade of the latter.
The Great Temple of Ramesses II by kairoinfo4u.
Temple of Hathor/Nefertari, published in 1902, Internet Archive Book Images.
The Great Temple of Ramesses II, published in 1921, Internet Archive Book Images.
The Great Temple of Ramesses II, published in 1896, Internet Archive Book Images.
'Interior of the excavated Temple of Abu Simbel in Nubia,' published in 1843, The British Library. ancientart:

Depictions of the Abu Simbel temples, from 1843 to present.
Of the most magnificent monuments in the world, the two temples at Abu Simbel date to about 1260 BCE, and have long captured the interest and imaginations of many.
Ramesses II dedicated the so-called Small Temple of Abu Simbel to the goddess Hathor, and his wife Nefertari. Slightly further south is the larger temple, which Ramesses dedicated to the gods Ptah, Amun-Re, Re-Horakhty, as well as his own divine self. 4 colossal seated figures of Ramesses take up the facade of the latter.
The Great Temple of Ramesses II by kairoinfo4u.
Temple of Hathor/Nefertari, published in 1902, Internet Archive Book Images.
The Great Temple of Ramesses II, published in 1921, Internet Archive Book Images.
The Great Temple of Ramesses II, published in 1896, Internet Archive Book Images.
'Interior of the excavated Temple of Abu Simbel in Nubia,' published in 1843, The British Library.

ancientart:

Depictions of the Abu Simbel temples, from 1843 to present.

Of the most magnificent monuments in the world, the two temples at Abu Simbel date to about 1260 BCE, and have long captured the interest and imaginations of many.

Ramesses II dedicated the so-called Small Temple of Abu Simbel to the goddess Hathor, and his wife Nefertari. Slightly further south is the larger temple, which Ramesses dedicated to the gods Ptah, Amun-Re, Re-Horakhty, as well as his own divine self. 4 colossal seated figures of Ramesses take up the facade of the latter.

The Great Temple of Ramesses II by kairoinfo4u.

Temple of Hathor/Nefertari, published in 1902, Internet Archive Book Images.

The Great Temple of Ramesses II, published in 1921, Internet Archive Book Images.

The Great Temple of Ramesses II, published in 1896Internet Archive Book Images.

'Interior of the excavated Temple of Abu Simbel in Nubia,' published in 1843, The British Library.

dewgongo:

when you make a joke and everyone laughs
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zagreus-taking-time-apart:

my little brother draws memes but like. terrifying memes

mistixs:

Stupidass ISIS ruining Isis’ name.

*in gender studies*
*girl talks about Egyptian gods*
Me: Omg don’t you love Isis? Isis is great, feminist-wise
Everyone: …………. O_O
Me: ….?
Everyone: O_O
Me: ….
Teacher: Wait, the Muslim terrorist gro-?
Me: kldfskafdskl;KFadsfkjadslkf