Instead of whispered, consider:
- said in an undertone
- said low
- said into someone’s ear
- said softly
- said under one’s breath
- said in hushed tones
Oh it gets dark, it gets lonely
On the other side from you
I pine a lot, I find the lot
Falls through without you
AU where Jaime sings 'Wuthering Heights' outside Cersei’s window while doing an interpretive dance.
"A young African negro has been in this city for the last few days who claims to be a Hebrew. He is deaf and dumb and as black as the ace of spades. He carries a pad of paper with him and answers all questions by writing them in Hebrew and Loschen Khodish. What…
It makes me sad to see that they wrote that he was “Deaf and Dumb” okay if he was dumb they why was he able to write in Hebrew and this other language Jewish language? He is just Deaf and NOT dumb, and this is something that I hope that people will understand now these days.
"Dumb" used here means "unable to speak", which is why he was writing out his conversation.
I think it’s odd you took offense at “dumb” and not “black as the ace of spades”, though…??
I mean if we are making a list of things to never, ever say about anyone ever that are in this newspaper article from 1897 I am pretty sure that’s going to be number one?
IF YOU HAVEN’T SEEN CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER YET
LIKE EVERY MARVEL MOVIE, STICK AROUND AFTER THE ANIMATED CREDITS
AND THEN STICK AROUND AFTER THE LONG NORMAL BLACK BACKGROUND CREDITS
THERE ARE TWO ADDITIONAL SCENES
In our theatres they turn on all the lights as soon as the regular credits start AND YOU CANT SEE SHIT THEN! Even if you stay and ignore the cleaners that are going around you.
I always have to watch some crap handcam recording of post credit scenes on YouTube when I get home or wait for the film to be released on DVD.
A birthday present for a good friend of mine. He asked for his portrait as a fantasy character. I added the dragon because they’re his favorite.
On the right side are enlarged parts for the details that aren’t well visible in the whole picture due to size.
I’ve been doing landscapes partially to improve and also for school….the final versions are a little different from these guys but I still really like how they came out. Also revisited a couple of prior speedpaints to clean up as well!
"I wish to dispel the notion that women are “more emotional.” I don’t think we are. I think that the emotions women stereotypically express are what men call “emotions,” and the emotions that men typically express are somehow considered by men to be something else.
This is incorrect. Anger? EMOTION. Hate? EMOTION. Resorting to violence? EMOTIONAL OUTBURST. An irrational need to be correct when all the evidence is against you? Pretty sure that’s an emotion. Resorting to shouting really loudly when you don’t like the other person’s point of view? That’s called “being too emotional to engage in a rational discussion.”
Not only do I think men are at least as emotional as women, I think that these stereotypically male emotions are more damaging to rational dialogue than are stereotypically female emotions. A hurt, crying person can still listen, think, and speak. A shouting, angry person? That person is crapping all over meaningful discourse.”
Comic Book Readers
Little girls read comics from the very beginning of their incarnation??
“Girl reading comic book in newsstand” by Teenie Harris (c. 1940-1945) © 2006 Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh
That sound you hear is thousands of wangsting sexist fanboys shrieking in horror.
Comics are for everybody. <3
These are going on my wall
No way!?!?!? WOMen? They enjoy PICTURES and STORIES?!?! NO! that’S ABSURD!!
Photographer Translates His Nightmares Into Surreal, Haunting Photographs
by 19-year-old photographer Nicolas Bruno
I am in LOVE with these.
Mughal Khanjar Dagger
- Dated: early 19th century
- Medium: jade, steel, gilding, wood, silk
- Measurements: overall length 39 cm
The grip of the dagger is carved of a single section of pale green jade with dark mottling, with swollen grip and flared pommel surmounted by with three fully-modeled clumps of grapes on vines. The surface is carved with lotuses and acanthus leaves. The recurved, double-edged blade has a central ridge forged of finely-patterned wootz with delicately-inlaid goldwork panels at either side of the forte. In its silk-velvet covered wooden scabbard with a gilt chape.
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