I am a toad.
17-696 (by nick dewolf photo archive)
do you know how hard it is to find a non sexualized picture of scarlett johanssen i’ve literally been looking for this picture for an hour and a half
college kids going home for break
please stay, please stay
"Dear Suzy, you have a superb voice. You were my favorite animal in the program, by far."
"Dear Sam, thank you very much."
I just wanted to say that I didn’t know Thresh. I only spoke to him once. He could have killed me, but instead, he showed me mercy. That’s a debt I’ll never be able to repay. (x)
good to know
progress of “THE SEEKERS”, start to finish over 12 hours. mike moses www.thedrowntown.com
such an amazing artist
For sure, he would’ve said they were left there for you.
Chinese Traditional Door Gods @CultureInCart
A door god (simplified Chinese: 门神; traditional Chinese: 門神;) is a Chinese decoration placed on each side of an entry to a temple, home, business, etc., which is believed to keep evil spirits from entering. The door gods usually come in pairs, facing each other; it is considered bad luck to place the figures back-to-back. There are several different forms of door gods. The most frequently used are Qin Shubao and Yuchi Jingde (used on a pair of doors). The poster depicting Wei Zheng or Zhong Kui are used on single doors.