Stunning Steampunk Leather Bags And Books
These bags and books are the work of Russian leatherworker and throat singer Serguei Kooc. He’s created incredibly detailed Steampunk bags and books with lots of brass accents.
buy these for me
chameleon riding delighted chameleon
this makes me very uncomfortable
A BIB A TOOT
how could you forget the original?
Sometimes I judge people by how much of The Princess Bride they can quote.
fun fact At my cousin’s wedding ceremony, his brother recited this to them as the best man speech and everyone started laughing and i think the bride started to cry
If this is not recited at some point during my wedding I will be greatly disappointed.
You gotta feel for huskies living in tropic zones.
OH MY GOD
"It’s sooooooo hot out! I want to live in the fridge Mommy…"
Even Galapagos tortoises enjoy watermelon in the summer. Watch the full video.
Most of the people here have been saved by you, or helped by you at one time or another. We’re proud to say that the Class of ‘99 has the lowest mortality rate of any graduating class in Sunnydale history. And we know at least part of that is because of you.
ngl i always get a bit teary at this bit
- Give someone a green gown (1351)
- Play nug-a-nug (1505)
- Play the pyrdewy (1512)
- Play at couch quail (1521)
- Ride below the crupper (1578)
- Board a land carrack (1604)
- Fadoodling (1611)
- Put the devil into hell (1616)
- Night physic (1621)
- Princum-prancum (1630)
- Culbatizing exercise (1653)
- Join paunches (1656)
- Dance the Paphian jig (1656)
- Play at tray trip of a die (1660)
- Dance Barnaby (1664)
- Shot twixt wind and water (1665)
- Play at rantum-scantum (1667)
- Blow off the groundsills (1674)
- Play hey gammer cook (1674)
- Join giblets (1680)
- Play at rumpscuttle and clapperdepouch (1684)
- Lerricompoop (1694)
- Ride a dragon upon St. George (1698)
- Houghmagandy (1700)
- Pogue the hone (1719)
- Make feet for children’s stockings (1785)
- Dance the kipples (1796)
- Have one’s corn ground (1800)
- Horizontal refreshment (1863)
- Arrive at the end of the sentimental journey (1896)
- Get one’s ashes hauled (1910)
Bringing back #23 immediately.
"If you’ll excuse me, I find I need a brief horizontal refreshment."