Ėwu Snowhitė

Ėwu Snowhitė

Honduras / I do things with the lil'kim in the background
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'You killed my heart'

'You killed my heart'

Rostro y pecho dulcísimo,/ santísimo costado,/ luego la mano rígida,/ ahora el pie llagado/ contempla,, y con sus lágrimas/ doliente los regó.

Rostro y pecho dulcísimo,/ santísimo costado,/ luego la mano rígida,/ ahora el pie llagado/ contempla,, y con sus lágrimas/ doliente los regó.

There is an ideal in our society about the "perfect woman". Men are expected to marry for looks: the younger and prettier, the better. This add reinforces that ideal type, which is ultimately impossible to achieve. The fact that women are being compared to cigarettes also displays the idea of women being seen as nothing more than items that can be bought.

There is an ideal in our society about the "perfect woman". Men are expected to marry for looks: the younger and prettier, the better. This add reinforces that ideal type, which is ultimately impossible to achieve. The fact that women are being compared to cigarettes also displays the idea of women being seen as nothing more than items that can be bought.

Vintage Midol Advert. - Haha!

Vintage Midol Advert. - Haha!

You can kill bugs while having nice smelling arm pits!!!

You can kill bugs while having nice smelling arm pits!!!

Shachihoko-Shaped Kabuto (Samurai helmet). Early Edo period, 18th century. From the exhibition: “art of the Samurai period” at the Tokyo Fuji Art Museum.

Shachihoko-Shaped Kabuto (Samurai helmet). Early Edo period, 18th century. From the exhibition: “art of the Samurai period” at the Tokyo Fuji Art Museum.

Bear head shape helmet

Bear head shape helmet

Growling Bear Kawari Kabuto. Muromachi Period, Circa 16th Century.

Growling Bear Kawari Kabuto. Muromachi Period, Circa 16th Century.

京都 両足院の寅みくじ ちょとぽっちゃり。 まんまるなフォルムがかわいいんです。

京都 両足院の寅みくじ ちょとぽっちゃり。 まんまるなフォルムがかわいいんです。

hoodoo-seed: “Olokun Seniade, the merman. To the Edo (Esan) people, he is lord of the waters, bestower of wealth and force of equilibrium. As Olokun accepts every drop of water to become greater than the sum of all drops, may we also accept ourselves and one another of children of the same father. Ase!”

hoodoo-seed: “Olokun Seniade, the merman. To the Edo (Esan) people, he is lord of the waters, bestower of wealth and force of equilibrium. As Olokun accepts every drop of water to become greater than the sum of all drops, may we also accept ourselves and one another of children of the same father. Ase!”