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collegehumor:

Forensic Furby
"This week on Bones, Nee-tye!

i took this photo!!
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theoddcollection:

At some point Victorian people just went crazy about mourning hair jewelry. Yes, it’s made from hair.
Anonymous said:

That's so sad and hard to read :( sorry she had to go through so much pain. She was strong. It's horrible when such a beautiful creature has to be in pain and hurting :( x

Its been just over a year that my big girl passed away.

i had a photo book made full of pictures of her but i just cry as soon as i open it, been a bit more difficult lately as the pups im fostering remind me of her.
RIP Bailee


Anonymous said:

Why did your dog die at age 4? :(

Bone cancer…. it was treated as broken bone for weeks, during that time she got more lethargic & thin (lost over 8kg). We got her sedated to get another xray, blood and bone tests, but the bone wasn’t healing and had a ‘moth-eaten Appearance’ she didn’t come out of sedation 100% so she had to stay at the vet.. Everyday we took the hour trip to visit her hoping for good news…but she kept getting worse until she didn’t want to leave her cage, she stopped eating, kept soiling herself. The last day we visited her we brought her doggy sister molly and some treats to get her to start eating again but she just didn’t have the energy. The vets spoke to us on the phone that night saying even though the results haven’t gotten back yet its not looking good and brought up putting her asleep…we decided it was the best thing to do for her but we wanted to get her brought back home the next morning to be put asleep by a at home-vet.  But she never made it home, she passed away in her sleep that night. we got her cremated and her heart shape tin sits by the heater just like she used to.
RIP BAILEE

Last photo of Bailee girl.

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vintage-freakshow:

In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, some doctors wore a beak-like mask which was filled with aromatic items. The masks were designed to protect them from putrid air, which (according to the miasmatic theory of disease) was seen as the cause of infection.
Shirime (尻目?, lit. “buttocks eye”) is a strange yōkai with an eye in the place of his anus.
The story goes as follows: Long ago, a Samurai was walking at night down the road to Kyōto, when he heard someone calling out for him to wait. “Who’s there?!” he asked nervously, only to turn around and find a man stripping off his clothes and pointing his bare buttocks at the flabbergasted traveler. A huge glittering eye then opened up where the strange man’s anus should have been.
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forgottenancients:

 The Oldest Carpet in the World - the Pazyryk Carpet. Altai Region, 4th century B.C
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