Can I trust in my own heart?

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Husbands can be incredibly helpful.

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sexting like image

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Amy Winehouse vs Paparazzi 2011.


amy had the mean dropkick

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Mythology Meme: (1/9) Greek Gods/Goddesses ➝  Hermes

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Mythology Meme -> Greek Gods

Deimos was the god of dread and his twin brother, Phobos, was the god of fear. They were sons of Ares, the god of war, and Aphrodite, the goddess of love. They often accompanied their father into battle, driving his chariot and spreading terror in their wake. As sons of Aphrodite, the twins also represented the fear of loss. In classical art the two brothers were usually represented as youths. 

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How to break up with someone:

Give them a sock and tell them they are a free elf now

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[1/8] Legendary Creatures

MEDUSA (Μέδουσα, meaning “guardian” or “protectress”) is a monster, a Gorgon. Classical mythology puts forth that Medusa and her two sisters (Sthenno and Euryale) are Gorgons born of the marine deities Phorcys and Ceto; while in later versions Medusa is a beautiful maiden and priestess of Athena. Because Medusa was wooed by Poseidon (or in some accounts, raped), Athena punished her and transformed her into a monster, with snakes for hair and bloodshot eyes. Eventually, she was beheaded by the hero Perseus and her head used as a weapon.

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