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spgent:

clean lines of a vintage look on a classic beauty

spgent:

clean lines of a vintage look on a classic beauty

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alashbaugh:

#Inktober challenge accepted! My day 1 efforts, here.  Black and gray inks on hot press watercolor paper. Also putting all my Inktober pieces in my Etsy shop :) #ink #Atlanta #drawing #owls #nofilter #artists #alashbaugh

alashbaugh:

#Inktober challenge accepted! My day 1 efforts, here. Black and gray inks on hot press watercolor paper. Also putting all my Inktober pieces in my Etsy shop :) #ink #Atlanta #drawing #owls #nofilter #artists #alashbaugh

— 8 hours ago with 86 notes
Enjoying the first day of October by curling up under the Halloween quilt that @beki41 and I made back in the day! #halloween #october

Enjoying the first day of October by curling up under the Halloween quilt that @beki41 and I made back in the day! #halloween #october

— 10 hours ago with 1 note
#october  #halloween 
spaceandbeyond:

Hello October. Please be good! 

spaceandbeyond:

Hello October. Please be good! 

— 10 hours ago with 375 notes
saracastically:

happy first day of halloween / first day of inktober ~

saracastically:

happy first day of halloween / first day of inktober ~

— 10 hours ago with 969 notes
explore-blog:

A curious history of New York in 101 objects, from the artichoke to the water tank to the first dictionary:

Language difficulties divided the population (about half of it Dutch at the time) and got in the way of the British laissez-faire approach to governing. Innovations like the jury system were particularly problematic. The problem was solved by an English–Low Dutch dictionary published by a New Jersey schoolmaster. Except for a brief Dutch restoration nine years later, the English would rule for over a century. Their language would, more or less, prevail. Among the enduring linguistic traditions of the Dutch is that we still call little chunks of dough “cookies,” instead of the British “biscuits”. Other words such as “coleslaw,” “waffle,” “doughnut,” “stoop,” and “Yankee” endured.

More here.

explore-blog:

A curious history of New York in 101 objects, from the artichoke to the water tank to the first dictionary:

Language difficulties divided the population (about half of it Dutch at the time) and got in the way of the British laissez-faire approach to governing. Innovations like the jury system were particularly problematic. The problem was solved by an English–Low Dutch dictionary published by a New Jersey schoolmaster. Except for a brief Dutch restoration nine years later, the English would rule for over a century. Their language would, more or less, prevail. Among the enduring linguistic traditions of the Dutch is that we still call little chunks of dough “cookies,” instead of the British “biscuits”. Other words such as “coleslaw,” “waffle,” “doughnut,” “stoop,” and “Yankee” endured.

More here.

— 10 hours ago with 70 notes

mulders:

I’m about to have a grand fucking time

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