March 31st, 2014

Scary Riddle : Sleeping Wife

I came home earlier tonight, the door was unlocked, i got inside and see my wife had gone sleep in our bedroom. One thing about my wife is, everytime she sleeps, both of her eyes won’t fully closed, same goes with her twin. It was weird and kind of creepy at first. That day was also kind of weird, she had gone sleep, and it was not even 8. I didn’t bother my self to wake her up, she semed really tired, she was still wearing her work attire.

Tomorow morning, i woke up at 8 AM and knew i was late. My wife was still sleeping, right next to me. She told me yesterday morning that today would be her day off. I thought about waking her up but i was really late, so i hurried my self up to go to work, i left her message on the table beside the bed : “i’m sorry i didn’t wake you up, i was late”

When i was working, i got a text from my wife saying “i closed them, i would close yours too if yours don’t shut” It was a really weird text, i didn’t get what she was saying and just texted back “i didn’t get what you are saying, babe. Anyway, i’ll come home late tonight, sorry about that. Will make up to you tomorrow.”

 I came home from work, the door was locked, i didn’t get my keys with me. it was 11pm and i was really tired, knocked the door twice and no one answered. i decided myself to go backyard by climbing the small willow oak tree, got toward the edge of its longest branch and jumped down, passing through our tall unclimbable fence that seperates our back and front yard, and then i walked and get inside through the back door, it’s never locked.

I got inside and subconsciously walk toward the bedroom, i just wanted to punch my body real hard on the pillowy matress and sleep. But, not even a step i got my foot inside the room, there, i saw my wife, still sleeping, same exact position, same exact clothes, same exact message lied on the same exact table, the only difference was :  both her eyes closed.

In a jolt, my body was in halt, i was pale and fell down.

what has happened?

March 28th, 2014

She looked up on him and begin to inspect his gestures, he was still standing there looking to the direction of his right shoulder, like inspecting something distant, then he turned himself to his left side, he was then sitting on a cement bench infront of Ira.

Gasp, ira felt, she thought, ‘What the hell is he doing? sitting there like he was sure about his  insignificance of sitting just one and a half meter away from me? God damn it.’

March 13th, 2014
February 24th, 2014

"I’m coming home, errrrrbodyyy"

December 30th, 2013
Happy 23rd birthday, David!

(Source: davidsexchuleta, via helloflamingo)

December 23rd, 2013

jensenacklesruinedmylife:

captainarlert:

shingekinokyojinheaven:

liquid-liamm:

what Germans do while waiting at traffic lights

are you fucking kidding me 

Oh my god that’s so awesome.

EUROPEANS ARE SO DAMN FRIENDLY.

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December 11th, 2013

wetheurban:

SPOTLIGHT: Insane Hypnotizing Gifs by Zach Dougherty

Let’s file this under “I don’t know what the fuck this is but I like it.”

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eatsleepfangirling:

medievalpoc:

(sorry for the spam of submission) Also from the Rijksmuseum; probably best suited for if you do another 1800s week, but wanted to submit this while I still remembered I’d taken a picture of it. The info placket read:

Portrait of Raden Syarif Bustaman Saleh
attributed to Friedrich Carl Albert Schreuel (1773-1853)
oil on canvas, c. 1840
A descendant of a Javanese aristocratic family, as the title Raden indicates, Saleh came to the Netherlands in 1829 to study painting. He appears here as a European dandy, seated before a Western seascape. Soon, however, he specialized in exotic scenes and began dressing as an oriental prince. Back on Java (1851), Raden Saleh built a Gothic Revival palace and socialized with the European elite, flitting between his Javanese and European identity.

Actually, I will go ahead and publish this now, since it’s probably going to be a while until the next 1800s Week, and I think everyone will be very interested in this artist and aristocrat. I’ll definitely look up some of his paintings for the next one, though!
There are photos of him as an older man:


Raden Saleh!!!!

eatsleepfangirling:

medievalpoc:

(sorry for the spam of submission) Also from the Rijksmuseum; probably best suited for if you do another 1800s week, but wanted to submit this while I still remembered I’d taken a picture of it. The info placket read:

Portrait of Raden Syarif Bustaman Saleh

attributed to Friedrich Carl Albert Schreuel (1773-1853)

oil on canvas, c. 1840

A descendant of a Javanese aristocratic family, as the title Raden indicates, Saleh came to the Netherlands in 1829 to study painting. He appears here as a European dandy, seated before a Western seascape. Soon, however, he specialized in exotic scenes and began dressing as an oriental prince. Back on Java (1851), Raden Saleh built a Gothic Revival palace and socialized with the European elite, flitting between his Javanese and European identity.

Actually, I will go ahead and publish this now, since it’s probably going to be a while until the next 1800s Week, and I think everyone will be very interested in this artist and aristocrat. I’ll definitely look up some of his paintings for the next one, though!

There are photos of him as an older man:

image

Raden Saleh!!!!

December 9th, 2013
  • Augustus Waters: "May I see you again?"
  • Hazel Grace: "Sure."
  • Augustus Waters: "Tomorrow?"
  • Hazel Grace: "Patience, grasshopper. You don't want to seem overeager."
  • Augustus Waters: "Right, that's why I said tomorrow. I want to see you again tonight. But I'm willing to wait all night and much of tomorrow. I'm serious."
  • Hazel Grace: "You don't even know me. How about I call you when I finish this?"
  • Augustus Waters: "But you don't even have my phone number."
  • Hazel Grace: "I strongly suspect you wrote it in this book."
  • Augustus Waters: "And you say we don't know each other."
December 1st, 2013

Can either of you guys imitate each other? [x]

(Source: genuhsiis)