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flirtaciously:

meio-tom:

meio-tom:

i took this photo just after i had my first kiss

it was a sunday. 16th, october, 2011

ever since, i have not put my tongue on anyone else’s tongue

p.s: this is not b&w. the sea was grey, the sky was grey, everything but me was grey. 

i don’t love her anymore

woah

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flowury:

the grass is alive and it is dancing

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taliabobalia:

dan just told me a story about how the security people at the airport made him throw away his lube because it was 3.5 ounces & without really thinking i said “they’re usually not that anal” only to look up and see him in absolute tears.

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teenwolfalert:

Teen Wolf Merchandise: http://bit.ly/J8YmI9

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alexstylik:

his smile during guitar solo in don’t stop me now^^

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tea-world:

Violets are now blooming and can be found pretty much everywhere, so it’s time to make a nice cup of violet tea :)

Collect leaves and flowers, clean them, then dry them or use them fresh. For one cup of tea, you’ll need 2-3 teaspoons of fresh or 1-2 teaspoons of dried violets. Steep for 5-6 minutes.

Violets are good to treat coughs, sore throat, colds, headache and fever, contain several minerals and vitamins and support the immune system. Also have a lovely sweet fragrance and taste :)

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baracknobama:

that wasn’t very authorisedbytheaustraliangovernmentcanberra of you