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About: Lena | 20 | Germany
My blog as described by my lovely sister:
tits, fandom stuff, asses, personal & history related posts

University Marburg
Studying to become a History & English teacher!







Slytherin house pride.

my face     

I feel like shit today

(via sexual-passion)

das-grablied:

caitaklysm:

258punkweight:

an-unexpected-hero:

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies - Official Teaser Trailer 

My anus is fucking ready

FULL BODY CHILLS

YES.

(via hoganmclaughlin)

weddingdress-obsession:

Lihi Hod 2014

do-not-touch-my-food:

Frozen Peanut Butter Pie

do-not-touch-my-food:

Frozen Peanut Butter Pie

beardbrand:

Andre Wagner by rogwalker

beardbrand:

Andre Wagner by rogwalker

To eat or not to eat

Ja danke ich weiß auch dass das keine riesen Spinne war aber die Viecher sind ekelhaft und eigentlich hab ich Angst vor Spinnen.

(Source: r--e-l-a-x, via heygabbyxo)

Theres this huge spider in my room and its been here for weeks and i finally found it but what should i do i don’t want to kill it ARGH

goobsohard:

The sexual tension between two people when one of them says “make me”

(via fullmoonbitesback)

verticalfood:

Bacon and Brie Grilled Cheese with Jam

verticalfood:

Bacon and Brie Grilled Cheese with Jam

(via thatkindofwoman)

(Source: raizdtodobem, via l-sk)

medievalpoc:

Medievalpoc Presents: History of POC in Math and Science Week, 8-3-14 through 8-9-14!

Medievalpoc’s first Patreon Milestone Goal has been reached, and the History of POC in Math and Science Week is happening soon! This all-new themed week will focus on the contribution of people of color to the fields of mathematics, science, physics, medicine, natural philosophy, and much, much more!

There will be a focus on primary documents with interactive elements, visual and documentary evidence, innovators and their biographies, and notable personages of color from the Islamic Golden Age, Medieval Europe, African Empires and Universities, Asian images and texts, and discussion about early modern globalization regarding how this knowledge traveled.

If you have an article, image, document, or commentary you would like to submit, here’s your chance to weigh in on this topic! Please use the “Math and Science Week” and any other relevant tags for your submission, and I look forward to hearing about your favorite mathematicians and scientists of color!

(via afro-dominicano)

(Source: probably-baked, via disneyblowjobs)

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