thekinddwarf:

struckbyloki:

DOS spam:

Asking Bard for help.

//The way Bofur says “Kíli’s sick” makes my heart hurt. He really, really, really cares.

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everybody-loves-to-eat:

my favorite foods (7/?)

fried chicken

also requested by thebirdsweregone

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steampunktendencies:



 Restaurant bar design awards 2014

steampunktendencies:

Restaurant bar design awards 2014

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cloggo:

BUSTLEPUNK
—-Well near enough for me.  KittyKosmo wearing it.
Photo by Jenifer Garcia from HERE

cloggo:

BUSTLEPUNK

—-Well near enough for me.  KittyKosmo wearing it.

Photo by Jenifer Garcia from HERE

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madhuri-dixit:

30 years of Madhuri II Prem Pratigya

If there is one movie that people remain generally oblivious to undeservingly, it is Prem Pratigya. Released in 1989 it starred Madhuri opposite Mithun Chakraborthy, and while their other movies together were unremarkable, Prem Pratigya gave them both a chance to shine and enact a truly beautiful, humble story about love and value of honest work. Madhuri played Laxmi, a poor girl who looses her father and home, and unwillingly accepts protestion of a local “don”, who lives off money he collects from people he protects from random goondas. He is also a gambler and alcoholic. Laxmi detests him, and tries to change his life. Among all the huge commercial hits Madhuri had at the time (including Ram Lakhan and Tridev), Prem Pratigya is largely forgotten these days, even though it fared very well at the box office and even earned Madhuri her second nomination for Filmfare Best Actress. 

Prem Pratigya is a gem of a film and one not to be missed.



killerkurves:

nadiaaboulhosn:

I don’t tell em, I show em. #calendar link in my bio. nadiaaboulhosn.bigcartel.com

killerkurves:

nadiaaboulhosn:

I don’t tell em, I show em. #calendar link in my bio. nadiaaboulhosn.bigcartel.com


I’m Elsa and I like warm hugs. [x]

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