ejacutastic:

kill the imposter

Abandoned Victorian Style Greenhouse, Villa Maria, in northern Italy near Lake Como. Photo taken in 1985 by Friedhelm Thomas
liamdryden:

thebatglare:

shit they’re finding our weak spots


Excuse you my Charizard’s ability is B L A Z E
xoelbarto:

I did a thing.

the-doctor-to-my-tardis:

neckbeardeddragon:

cheezetits:

narcotic:

There’s a book sitting in front of you.

In it contains all the bad things people have said about you behind your back, would you open it? 

Hell fucking yeah

Read it so you can find out what people really have to say about you and how you can change your character to be a better person.

read it so you know what order to murder people in

Here we see the Gryffindor, the Hufflepuff, and the Slytherin

(Source: narcotic, via ebo1)

titillatingtubist:

ladybols:

thehufflepuffwholeaptthroughtime:

holmesfan:

tin-pan-ali:

area 51 is just the american wizarding school

aliens is a perfect cover story

hOLY SHIT

 (via thestarlesswanderer)

THAT WAS NO ALIEN THEY FOUND— THAT WAS A FUCKING HOUSE ELF.

JESUS FUCKING CHRIST YES!

(via ebo1)

Anonymous said: who is the artist that painted that wonderful lion painting?

iguanamouth:

sunnyaoitori:

iguanamouth:

you mean. this one

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i have no idea. google image search has let me down and the signature in the corner is illegible and makes it look like it was painted in 2669. it looks like a remnant from the fun eras where people were frequently requested to paint or draw exotic animals that they themselves had never actually seen, and so had to run off of secondhand descriptions of them heres some more

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nice teeth

imageall seaturtles were suspected to be weaboo trash

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this is a CROCODILE theres a lot more here theyre great

I think I found it. So I’m a complete loser and really needed a distraction but i think i really found it!

Googling the image alone doesn’t get you much but one of the hits is this page, the only one that really cites a source. It lists a broken link as its source:

———-> www.galeriabrunovsky.eu/list/pic.php?id=1249199630

At first, I checked the url out on web.archive.org and looked for that picture id (1249199630). I thought I hit a dead end, but I noticed that these captures were from 2008. The signature at the bottom of the picture, at least to me, looks like it says 2009.

I listed all the sub-pages (child pages?) archived and eventually found the page from 2010. Scroll to the bottom and you see this listing:

———-> Peter Kľučik
———-> Lev nádherný, olej na plátne,2009, 50 x 50 cm

Throw that through Google Translate (auto detects to Slovak) and it gives you:

———-> Peter sprout 

———-> Lion gorgeous, oil on canvas, 2009 50 x 50 cm

Google the artist’s name and you find this pinterest post attributing the painting to him, with a pretty clear view of the signature

Peter Kľučik

Here is another Kľučik painting, which seems to have a similar style and subject:

fleshfreak:  Peter Kľučik

The rest of his art that shows up on google seems to be either etching prints or pen and ink or something like that but still largely with weird surreal animals.

Anyways, enjoy~

we did it kids

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