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Test yourself and really find out what mythical creature you are!

Test yourself and really find out what mythical creature you are!

Sometimes I will say them out loud, walking around my house, as if it'll make it more likely to have played out the way I wanted it to

Sometimes I will say them out loud, walking around my house, as if it'll make it more likely to have played out the way I wanted it to

Jack, if he was able to form any kind of romantic attachment

Jack, if he was able to form any kind of romantic attachment

awwww! Cute!

awwww! Cute!

Alexander Yakovlev captures breathtaking Bodies Celebrating Dance Alexander Yakovlev is a Moscow based dance photographer with an eye for capturing beauty within motion. He graduated from the law faculty at the Russian State University For the Humanities yet more than mastering the art of persuasive speech he has perfected the ability to transform frozen imagery into silent performances. His studio photography highlights the raw skill and physical power of professional dancers from a range…

Alexander Yakovlev captures breathtaking Bodies Celebrating Dance Alexander Yakovlev is a Moscow based dance photographer with an eye for capturing beauty within motion. He graduated from the law faculty at the Russian State University For the Humanities yet more than mastering the art of persuasive speech he has perfected the ability to transform frozen imagery into silent performances. His studio photography highlights the raw skill and physical power of professional dancers from a range…

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Kickass Facts comp // funny pictures - funny photos - funny images - funny pics - funny quotes - #lol #humor #funnypictures:

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amazing, facts, cosmos, space, universe

Howard Schatz retrata el ballet y la plasticidad de los cuerpos - Cultura Inquieta

Howard Schatz retrata el ballet y la plasticidad de los cuerpos - Cultura Inquieta