cluue:

Other compliments that do NOT focus on appearance:

It’s so nice to hear your laugh.
It’s good to see you.
I’m glad you’re here.
That was clever.
Great idea.
You’re so thoughtful.
You’re hilarious.
You make me laugh.
I enjoy your company.

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heaveninawildflower:

Quote from ‘The Violet Book’ arranged by Willis Boyd Allen.

Published 1909 by George W. Jacobs

Illustration - ‘Violets from Tennyson’

Published 1898 by De Wolfe, Fiske

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pkthunda:

pkthunda:

I don’t get it when people ask me why I didn’t tell them I was gay. Like what were you expecting, am I supposed to announce myself every time I walk into a room?

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The homo has arrived.

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Tags: my family
centuriespast:

Portrait of Theresa, Countess Kinsky, 1793

Marie-Louise-Elisabeth Vigée-Lebrun
French, 1755-1842
Oil on canvas
54-1/8 x 39-3/8 in. (137.5 x 100.0 cm)
As a devoted Monarchist and friend of the Queen, Marie-Antoinette, Vigée-Lebrun chose exile during the French Revolution. While in Vienna in 1793, she produced this image of Theresa, Countess Kinsky. The Countess was the unfortunate victim of an arranged marriage. Her husband, a man whom she had never met, abandoned her at the church immediately after their wedding, and returned to his mistress. 
Norton Simon Art Foundation

centuriespast:

Portrait of Theresa, Countess Kinsky, 1793

Marie-Louise-Elisabeth Vigée-Lebrun

French, 1755-1842

Oil on canvas

54-1/8 x 39-3/8 in. (137.5 x 100.0 cm)

As a devoted Monarchist and friend of the Queen, Marie-Antoinette, Vigée-Lebrun chose exile during the French Revolution. While in Vienna in 1793, she produced this image of Theresa, Countess Kinsky. The Countess was the unfortunate victim of an arranged marriage. Her husband, a man whom she had never met, abandoned her at the church immediately after their wedding, and returned to his mistress. 

Norton Simon Art Foundation

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bigblueboo:

face[t]s
photo sources 1,2,3,4

bigblueboo:

face[t]s

photo sources 1,2,3,4

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centuriespast:

RIEDEL, AugustJudith1840Oil on canvas, 131 x 96 cmNeue Pinakothek, Munich

centuriespast:

RIEDEL, August
Judith
1840
Oil on canvas, 131 x 96 cm
Neue Pinakothek, Munich

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rhizomedotorg:

Performances from Solo show in Sim City by Kim Asendorf

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paigeabendroth:

A friendly reminder that just because someone is a blood relative it don’t mean that you’re obligated to put up with their toxic bullshit.

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