Se non e vero, e ben trovato. (Even if it’s not true, it’s a good story.)– Italian Proverb
Life does not cease to be funny when people die any more than it ceases to be...– G. Bernard Shaw
Historical puns are high class humor okay
interwar: Why is England so damp? The queen has reigned there for years. What did Mason say to Dixon? We’ve got to draw the line here. Who built the ark? I have Noah idea. Why did the ghost of Anne Boleyn always run after Henry? She was trying to get ahead. How did the Vikings send secret messages? By Norse code. How did the Roman cut his hair? He used some Caesers.
I don’t understand why when we destroy something created by man we call it...– Ed Begley Junior (via yousetyourlimits)
Elegance: HILARIOUS! "Not in front of the corgis!... →
she-who-loves-the-rain: No one knows more about the Royal Family than their 1,200 staff. They know which royal is most popular below stairs, who the Queen gives her cast-off clothes to, who has his shoelaces ironed, and what goes on behind a trick mirror at Buckingham Palace. Now, a…
I love these things.
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To help a woman give birth quickly, another woman...
biomedicalephemera: - Ps. Apuleius, Herbal. England, St. Augustine’s Abbey, Cantebury. ca. 1070-1000 C.E. [Retrieved from Extra-Medical Elements in Anglo-Saxon Medicine, by Audrey L. Meaney, in the Social History of Medicine, Vol. 24 No. 1.]
capslockwithoutcontent: oh my god watch this and all your problems will go away All my gay has more gays. Also I have a dress that matches the baby girl’s…
In Rome a vagina is una fica, a term deriving from the fig, a great thing, a...– Pubic hair as public space (via boybitch) and the latin word “vagina” actually means short sword sheath. (via leraje)
Day 23: Favourite and Least Favourite OVA(s)
30 Day Minekura Challenge Like I’ve said before, I haven’t seen much of the anime. But on wiki it lists Studio Pierrot’s adaption of the Burial Arcs of Saiyuki Reload as OVAs, so definitely those are my favorites. I’ve also seen Requiem, but I liked it! The original characters were intriguing.