ginevra17:

In The Flesh meme
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→ Simon Monroe | 2x04

What do normal people do? I’m serious! I’m serious. Tell me what you want. I’ll do anything I can to give it to you. Because there’s what I believe… and then there’s you.

#SaveInTheFlesh

bbcthree bbcamerica 

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BURIED DEEP WITHIN THERE’S A HUMAN 
AND DESPITE EVERYTHING I’M STILL HUMAN

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things that have no chill

torobabe:

-me

-automatic toilets

-people who clap when the plane lands

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hannibaalecter:

Hannibal Lecter + overwhelming sass

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snogboxez:

"You can see me."

What always gets me  is how easily Molly says she doesn’t count and the amount of hurt, indignation and apology in Sherlock’s face when she does. These actors I just-

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2014 MTV Video Music Awards: Best Choreography » Chandelier: Directed by Sia & Daniel Askill featuring Maddie Ziegler. Choreography by Ryan Heffington.

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get to know me meme: ten female characters ♦ joan watson

↳ “My point is that the only thing that anyone can predict about people with a 100 percent certainty is that they’ll change, and anyone who thinks otherwise is kidding themselves.”

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winchesterandwinchester:

Dawson’s Creek - C.J.

I’m getting a little tired of your perfection, dude.

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emperorirene:

Byzantine Empresses [2/5] Theodora // Θεοδώρα

Theodora was empress of the Byzantine Empire and the wife of Emperor Justinian I. She was one of the more influential and powerful empresses of Rome. Some sources mention her as empress regnant with Justinian I as her co-regent. She proved herself a worthy and able leader during the Nika riots. Unable to control the mob, Justinian and his officials prepared to flee. At a meeting of the government council, Theodora spoke out against leaving the palace and underlined the significance of someone who died as a ruler instead of living as an exile or in hiding, saying, “royal purple is noblest shroud”.

Following the Nika revolt, Justinian and Theodora rebuilt and reformed Constantinople and made it the most splendid city the world had seen for centuries, building or rebuilding aqueducts, bridges and more than twenty five churches. The greatest of these is Hagia Sophia, considered the epitome of Byzantine architecture and one of the architectural wonders of the world.

Theodora participated in Justinian’s legal and spiritual reforms, and her involvement in the increase of the rights of women was substantial. She had laws passed that prohibited forced prostitution and closed brothels. She created a convent on the Asian side of the Dardanelles called the Metanoia (Repentance), where the ex-prostitutes could support themselves. She also expanded the rights of women in divorce and property ownership, instituted the death penalty for rape, forbade exposure of unwanted infants, gave mothers some guardianship rights over their children, and forbade the killing of a wife who committed adultery. Procopius wrote that she was naturally inclined to assist women in misfortune.

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