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Writing a dissertation is bad for mental, physical and economic health 

lolmythesis:

Sociology, University of Chicago



diamondsonparade:

she probably knows that if she break a fence she’ll be shot before she can even take another step



orphanspace:

archiemcphee:

There’s no question that a stack of fresh pancakes is awesome, but what about one giant fluffy pancake? Today we learned mixing a batch of pancake batter in the bowl of a rice cooker and then cooking it, just like you would when making a batch of rice, creates one great big floofy pancake that instantly reminds us of Totoro’s belly.

What’s more, just like regular pancakes, you can add all sorts of things to the batter, such as cocoa powder or pieces of fruit and chocolate, to further enhance your adorably plump tototorcake.

Head over to RocketNews24 for complete instructions as well as some helpful tips and suggestions.

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Game of Thrones Theme (1986 Remix)



fashionsfromhistory:

Evening Ensemble
Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel
c.1990
MET

fashionsfromhistory:

Evening Ensemble

Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel

c.1990

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zombiegraycat:

ancientpeoples:

Wooden board game called Senet 
The rules for this game have unfortunately not survived but it is thought that it resembles checkers. It is a strategic game in which certain cone have certain rules and limitations. It is a ‘travel’ set because the cone can be put inside the game and taken with the person carrying it. The inscription on the side tells us that this game belonged to Taya and Yuwi. Later in Egyptian history the Senet game became a symbol for the Egyptian afterlife in which obstacles had to be overcome. It is 47cm long, 13.3 cm wide and 9.8cm high ( 18 1/2 x 5 1/4 x 3 7/8 inch.) 
Egyptian, New Kingdom, 18th dynasty, 1550 - 1295 BC. 
Source: Metropolitan Museum

monniemoo and i play this :D

zombiegraycat:

ancientpeoples:

Wooden board game called Senet 

The rules for this game have unfortunately not survived but it is thought that it resembles checkers. It is a strategic game in which certain cone have certain rules and limitations. It is a ‘travel’ set because the cone can be put inside the game and taken with the person carrying it. The inscription on the side tells us that this game belonged to Taya and Yuwi. Later in Egyptian history the Senet game became a symbol for the Egyptian afterlife in which obstacles had to be overcome. It is 47cm long, 13.3 cm wide and 9.8cm high ( 18 1/2 x 5 1/4 x 3 7/8 inch.) 

Egyptian, New Kingdom, 18th dynasty, 1550 - 1295 BC. 

Source: Metropolitan Museum

monniemoo and i play this :D