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I love the tv show vikings ( from where the picture is from) and although I don't like the sacrifices ( especially humans) for their religion I do like the view of genders they had!

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siouxerz: meloromantics: bobthewitch: Hate...

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Here is the bouquet I made for Savannah's corpse bride costume....BEFORE I sprayed it with glitter! Some people have asked me how I made these. For future inquiried. I found some old fabric flowers, painted them with midnight blue and black acrylic

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By David Derbyshire for MailOnline

Magpies: Four for sorrow: Magpies are said to hold funerals for fallen friends and even bring wreaths. Dr. Marc Bekoff claims the rituals - which involve birds laying 'wreaths' of grass alongside roadside corpses - are proof animals feel complex emotions. 'It's bad biology to argue against the existence of animal emotions,' he said. *Note: People have witnessed the same behavioral rituals in ravens and crows also.

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Community Post: 19 Reasons Tim Burton Is The King Of Romance

Tim burtons style makes me think of the butterfly, who has fallen and who is dying.

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John Milton Chivington (January 27, 1821 – October 4, 1894) was a colonel in the United States Army who gained infamy for leading a 700-man force of Colorado Territory militia during the massacre at Sand Creek in November 1864. An estimated 70–163 peaceful Cheyenne and Arapaho – about two-thirds of whom were women, children, and infants – were killed and mutilated by his troops.