I'm Bored

Jul 28

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victoriousvocabulary:

IMMANITAS
[noun]
1. immensity, vastness, excess.
2. monstrousness, enormity, fierceness, cruelty, barbarism; savagery; frightfulness.
Etymology: Latin immānitās.
[Olivia Chin Mueller - Panther]
Jul 28

victoriousvocabulary:

IMMANITAS

[noun]

1. immensity, vastness, excess.

2. monstrousness, enormity, fierceness, cruelty, barbarism; savagery; frightfulness.

Etymology: Latin immānitās.

[Olivia Chin Mueller - Panther]

"Come lay with me. I wanna talk about nothing with someone that means something."

- (via m-e-o-w-d-u-s-a)

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Jul 28

"I take much pleasure in being alone, but there is also a strange warm grace in not being alone."

- Charles Bukowski (via purplebuddhaproject)

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Jul 28
Jul 28

itsawardseasonbitch:

the women of game of thrones

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3leapfrogs:

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Jul 28

3leapfrogs:

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Jul 28

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Jul 28

sadsofia:

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Jul 28

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victoriousvocabulary:

SEMPITERNAL
[adjective]
everlasting; eternal.
Etymology: late Middle English < Late Latin sempiternālis.
[Andrew Forrest - Octaves of Infinity]
Jul 28

victoriousvocabulary:

SEMPITERNAL

[adjective]

everlasting; eternal.

Etymology: late Middle English < Late Latin sempiternālis.

[Andrew Forrest - Octaves of Infinity]

Jul 24

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victoriousvocabulary:

TUTELARY
[adjective]
1. being or serving as a guardian or protector.
2. of or relating to a guardian or guardianship.
[noun]
3. one that serves as a guardian or protector; a tutelary person, deity, or saint.
Etymology: from Latin tūtēlārius, “guardian”.
[hoooook]
Jul 24

victoriousvocabulary:

TUTELARY

[adjective]

1. being or serving as a guardian or protector.

2. of or relating to a guardian or guardianship.

[noun]

3. one that serves as a guardian or protector; a tutelary person, deity, or saint.

Etymology: from Latin tūtēlārius, “guardian”.

[hoooook]

Jul 20

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