1. wisdom, discernment, memory.
2. science, skilled practice.
chrysanthemum; any of numerous, mostly Eurasian plants of the genus Chrysanthemum in the composite family, many of which are cultivated as ornamentals for their showy radiate flower heads.
Etymology: French, ultimately from Ancient Greek χρυσός (khrusos, “gold”) and ἄνθεμον (anthemon, “flower”), from ἄνθος (anthos, “flower”).
1. to remark or comment critically, usually with strong disapproval or censure.
2. to make an observation or comment.
Etymology: from Latin animadvertere, “to notice, pay attention”, from animus, “mind” + advertere, “to turn to”, from vertere, “to turn”.
The Joy Of Figure Painting by Bob-Rz
Venture Brothers sLash by lupienne
Nathan Followill (via kingsofleonporn)
I must remember this.
note to self(via thoughtsofalexx)
The Punisher by Gray Morrow
Marvel Preview Magazine #02 (June 1975) Cover
you know what
I loved unicorns when I was eleven/twelve years old and then I learned that it was real soft and nerdy to love unicorns so I checked out of the whole unicorn-liking mindset because I felt a need to be hardening myself and copping a dark-stuff-only stance
then when I was 19 my girlfriend gave me a coffee cup with a unicorn on it and on receiving it I discovered that I had internalized some bullshit anti-unicorn stance and it made me sad
to those unicorns who didn’t get liked by me during my bullshit years: my bad, do you like carrots, I will leave a plate of carrots out by the back door, I also have oats
Best friends Guy Madison and Rory Calhoun on a studio arranged double date, 1948
There are rumours about those two, but who knows….
1. beloved, loved one.
2. pleasure; delight.
4. beloved, something or someone who is loved.
Etymology: Italian, from Latin dēlectāre “to delight”.