note to self don’t think about your otp curled up together in bed, legs and arms all tangled together between blankets to fight off the cold and listening to the sound of rain and each other’s breathing, faces buried in tangles of hair or against the other’s chest/neck and pressing little kisses against their cheek or their shoulder or their neck and mumbling about how lucky they are to have the other because you will get feelings and then cry
Aaaaaaa my bby girl!
She actually looks a lot nicer with shorter hair to be honest… if I can, I might do another few screencaps with the hairstyles I like on her.
I miiiiight be doing an Advent Children stream
only when I’m really bored
would anyone be interested in watching?
you have lOST YOUR PHOTOSHOP PRIVILEGES
I have become so immune that it took me a few minutes to figure out what is wrong with it
"Girl Speaks Gibberish With Perfect Accents To Show What Languages Sound Like To Foreigners"
Ok. This. Girl. Wow.
AHAHAHAHHA this is so amazing.
When British forces landed in Greece in October 1944, they found the country under the effective control of ELAS-EAM, the leftist partisan group formed by the Greek Communist Party in 1941 after the Italian and German invasion. ELAS-EAM welcomed the British forces, but the…
If Greek people are ‘white’ then how come we were discriminated against in the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s?
How come we were called barbarians?
Why were we, and still are called ‘uncivilised’, ‘crooks’ and ‘lazy’?And even though we are Orthodox Christians, and Australia ‘claimed’ to be ‘friendly to ANY Christian’ in the early 50s, why were Greeks and Italians still treated like shit? Why?
The battle of Crete at Maleme
From the very first day of the battle, everywhere on the island, Cretan civilians – women, children, priests, monks, and even nuns, armed and otherwise – joined the battle with whatever weapons were at hand. In some cases, ancient matchlock rifles which had last been used against the Turks were dug up from their hiding places and pressed into action. In other cases, civilians went into action armed only with what they could gather from their kitchens or barns, and several German parachutists were knifed or clubbed to death in the olive groves that dotted the island. In one recorded case of extreme brutality against the German Fallschirmjäger, an elderly Cretan man clubbed a parachutist to death with his walking cane before the German could disentangle himself from his parachute lines. In another, a priest and his son broke into a village museum and took two rifles from the era of the Balkan Wars and sniped at German paratroops at one of the landing zones. While the priest would aim and shoot at German paratroopers with one rifle, his son would re-load the other. The Cretans soon supplemented their makeshift weapons with captured German small arms taken from the bodies of dead paratroops and glider troops.
On Women’s Day Crete specifically commemorates the women and children that fought off German paratroopers with anything from slingshots to kitchen utensils. Around 5 German invaders were killed for every Cretan civilian on this day.