HEY YOU POOPS IF YOU HAVENT REFOLLOWED ME OVER AT MY NEW BLOGE IT’S

HERE

SORRY

IM DUMB AS FUCK

you can refollow me there if you want. uwu

i’ll have to work on getting my old sideblogs set back up but i’ll set this to queue about every two hours so everybody can see

but for now, i’m starting fresh!!!

you can refollow me there if you want. uwu

i’ll have to work on getting my old sideblogs set back up but i’ll set this to queue about every two hours so everybody can see

but for now, i’m starting fresh!!!

i might remake

i really don’t know if i should but i might just delete this and remake

massminority:

I prefer ring-ding-dong’s

earth fur and sound bagels

papillondemai:

”Marie Antoinette en gaulle” (detail), by Louise Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun (Marie-Louise-Élisabeth Vigée 1755 – 1842).
versaillesandmore :
Vigée’s account on Marie Antoinette :
Marie-Antoinette was tall and admirably built, being somewhat stout, but not excessively so. Her arms were superb, her hands small and perfectly formed, and her feet charming. She had the best gait of any woman in France, carrying her head erect with a dignity that marked her as the Queen in the midst of her whole Court, her majestic mien, however, not in the least diminishing the sweetness and amiability of her face.
To anyone who has not seen the Queen, it is difficult to get an idea of all the graces and nobility combined in her person. Her features were not regular; she had inherited that long and narrow oval peculiar to the Austrian nation. Her eyes were not large; in colour they were almost blue, and they were at the same time merry and kind. Her nose was slender and pretty, and her mouth not too large, though her lips were rather thick.But the most remarkable thing about her face was the splendour of her complexion. I never have seen one so brilliant, and brilliant is the word, for her skin was so transparent that it bore no umber in the painting. Neither could I render the real effect of it as I wished. I had no colours to paint such freshness, such delicate tints, which were hers alone, and which I had never seen in any other woman.

papillondemai:

”Marie Antoinette en gaulle” (detail), by Louise Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun (Marie-Louise-Élisabeth Vigée 1755 – 1842).

versaillesandmore :

Vigée’s account on Marie Antoinette :

Marie-Antoinette was tall and admirably built, being somewhat stout, but not excessively so. Her arms were superb, her hands small and perfectly formed, and her feet charming. She had the best gait of any woman in France, carrying her head erect with a dignity that marked her as the Queen in the midst of her whole Court, her majestic mien, however, not in the least diminishing the sweetness and amiability of her face.

To anyone who has not seen the Queen, it is difficult to get an idea of all the graces and nobility combined in her person. Her features were not regular; she had inherited that long and narrow oval peculiar to the Austrian nation. Her eyes were not large; in colour they were almost blue, and they were at the same time merry and kind. Her nose was slender and pretty, and her mouth not too large, though her lips were rather thick.But the most remarkable thing about her face was the splendour of her complexion. I never have seen one so brilliant, and brilliant is the word, for her skin was so transparent that it bore no umber in the painting. Neither could I render the real effect of it as I wished. I had no colours to paint such freshness, such delicate tints, which were hers alone, and which I had never seen in any other woman.

earlier today i went in a victoria’s secret for the first time ever

i saw some cute underwear

but after i saw the price tag i left saying “damn, them some ugly-ass panties”

i just realized

if you cut me off in traffic or beep the horn at me like a rude-ass motherfucker (like the baby on board lady the other day)

i don’t get mad i just cry a little

frickin hattiesburg traffic