I wonder if we shall ever be put into songs or tales.
windows 8 can suck my dick
I can’t believe how far technology has come
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End (USA, 2007)
"Lissa’s fingers stroked the raven’s wings. Suddenly, a strange sensation flooded through my head, a sweetness that was beautiful and full of life. Then the raven moved."
It was a raven, large and fierce-looking, with shining black feathers. A moment later, I realized it wasn’t just a raven; it was the raven. The one Lissa had healed. “You’re bound to her too, aren’t you? She brought you back. You’re shadow-kissed.”
I don’t care if you’re knocked up, I’ll rip your throat out.
*parent voice* what’s so interesting on that computer of yours?
Lunar Chronicles Meme ;; favorite ship [1/1]
Kai and Cinder.
ROYALTY MEME: one of twelve kings/queens: Queen Zenobia of Palmyra
Zenobia (Bat-Zabbai; 240 - c. 275) was a 3rd-century Queen of the Palmyrene Empire in Roman Syria. She claimed to be a descendant of Cleopatra VII of Egypt, Dido of Carthage and Semiramis. She was breathtakingly beautiful, intelligent and was said to be even more beautiful than Cleopatra. She was a skilled rider, hunter and on occasions she drank along with her officers. She was well-educated and was fluent in Greek, Aramaic, Egyptian and Latin. Zenobia became queen when her husband, Odaenathus, the ruler of the Palmyrene Empire, and his son, Hairan, were assassinated in 267. Upon their deaths, Zenobia ruled as a regent in the stead of her infant son, Vaballathus. In her time as a regent, she made herself notable as a warrior queen, launching a number of offensives against neighbouring countries - arguably she was the greatest female conqueror that has ever lived. In 269, Zenobia conquered Eqypt, expelled the Roman authorities there and ruled as Queen of Egypt until 274 when she and her son were captured by the Roman Emperor Aurelian. As a part of Aurelian’s victory parade, Zenobia reportedly was paraded in gold chains through Rome. From there, the fate of Zenobia is uncertain. Some versions suggest that she died soon after her arrival in Rome, where others claim that Aurelian, overwhelmed by her beauty and dignity, offered her an elegant villa in Tibur where she lived in luxury and became a prominent philosopher (read more).