raptorific:

Swear to god, some guys are terrified that girls are faking common interests to impress them and act really hostile towards anyone they even SUSPECT of doing such a thing

but then they turn around and fake a whole friendship in the hopes of getting sex out of girls, and get mad at them when it doesn’t work

and they super do not see the irony in that

officialunitedstates:

interviewer:  can you give me an example of a time you have challenged yourself

me:  sure sometimes I start a new game and play on medium difficulty

lalage:

Dio Brando and The World
"This time belongs only to me"

lalage:

Dio Brando and The World

"This time belongs only to me"

breterbie:

grawly:

here man i got the perfect book for u

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with super-sturdy pages for your idiot hands

peashooter85:

Louis XIV —- The Enema King,

(note; this is not a joke, this is historical fact)

In the 16th to 19th century a clyster was an early form of enema administered with a device called a “clyster”, essentially a large syringe which was inserted … you know where.  For millenia regular colon cleansing was a staple of medicine going back to ancient times.  Even the ancient Egyptians hired a special physician called the “Guardian of the Anus” to administer colon cleansing to the Pharaoh.  By the Middle Ages the administration of enemas became a staple among physicians, almost as popular as bloodletting. However the people of 17th century France would take the clyster to a whole new level.

In pre-revolutionary France clyster mania spread across the country’s upper class.  Clysters were administered daily to maintain good health, sometimes being administered multiple times a day, and often containing various herbs and fragrances.  They even became as fashion statement as ladies had regular clysters as a way to preserve beauty and youth.  According to the Duc de Saint-Simon the Duchess of Bourgogne was known to take clysters during parties, often conversing with the king, “while her loyal maid crawled beneath her bejewelled evening gown to administer an enema.”  For such public lavements special clyster syringes were designed with special butt concealment plates.  Curved syringes were also created for those who wanted to self administer, forgoing the need of a servant.

One of the biggest fans of the regular colon cleansing was King Louis XIV. Known as “The Sun King”, Loius XIV installed absolute monarchy in France and was the most powerful man in Europe at the time.  At first Louis XIV would enjoy a once and a while clyster, usually administered after dinner to aid digestion.  However as his reign continued on the King was known to have around three or four clysters a day. His favorite lavement was a mixture of almond oil, honey, and lentitive electuary (a laxative). Being a king who had to manage a powerful empire with limited time, eventually Loius XIV began taking clysters while conferring with government ministers and advisers. Throughout his long reign King Louis XIV recieved in excess of 2,000 clyters.

Calmative Lavement for the King, 1652

30 grammes oil of almond

45 grammes honey

15 grammes lentitive electuary

Mix with warm water.

source

peashooter85:

Louis XIV —- The Enema King,

(note; this is not a joke, this is historical fact)

In the 16th to 19th century a clyster was an early form of enema administered with a device called a “clyster”, essentially a large syringe which was inserted … you know where.  For millenia regular colon cleansing was a staple of medicine going back to ancient times.  Even the ancient Egyptians hired a special physician called the “Guardian of the Anus” to administer colon cleansing to the Pharaoh.  By the Middle Ages the administration of enemas became a staple among physicians, almost as popular as bloodletting. However the people of 17th century France would take the clyster to a whole new level.

In pre-revolutionary France clyster mania spread across the country’s upper class.  Clysters were administered daily to maintain good health, sometimes being administered multiple times a day, and often containing various herbs and fragrances.  They even became as fashion statement as ladies had regular clysters as a way to preserve beauty and youth.  According to the Duc de Saint-Simon the Duchess of Bourgogne was known to take clysters during parties, often conversing with the king, “while her loyal maid crawled beneath her bejewelled evening gown to administer an enema.”  For such public lavements special clyster syringes were designed with special butt concealment plates.  Curved syringes were also created for those who wanted to self administer, forgoing the need of a servant.

One of the biggest fans of the regular colon cleansing was King Louis XIV. Known as “The Sun King”, Loius XIV installed absolute monarchy in France and was the most powerful man in Europe at the time.  At first Louis XIV would enjoy a once and a while clyster, usually administered after dinner to aid digestion.  However as his reign continued on the King was known to have around three or four clysters a day. His favorite lavement was a mixture of almond oil, honey, and lentitive electuary (a laxative). Being a king who had to manage a powerful empire with limited time, eventually Loius XIV began taking clysters while conferring with government ministers and advisers. Throughout his long reign King Louis XIV recieved in excess of 2,000 clyters.

Calmative Lavement for the King, 1652

30 grammes oil of almond

45 grammes honey

15 grammes lentitive electuary

Mix with warm water.

source

314eater:

prevalere:

you know how in some movies the bride/groom calls off the wedding to be with the person they truly love and then they live happily ever after well it’s pretty shitty that the person they were getting married to doesn’t actually get a happy ending but no one seems to care about it to the point that he/she is not even mentioned afterwards as if that person didn’t exist or had feelings at all yeah just a thought

Lord farquaad will be okay

(Source: prevalere)