cheekydragon24:

Come in through the door!!! on We Heart It.

cheekydragon24:

Come in through the door!!! on We Heart It.

fullmetal—fairytail:

Lookie what i got today ;~; <3

fullmetal—fairytail:

Lookie what i got today ;~; <3

naluandgruvia:

The day Juvia became a Nalu shipper

naluandgruvia:

The day Juvia became a Nalu shipper

thatonegalwithfeels:

This episode was ridiculous and I loved it
 I can’t believe the animators actually decided to do it

Poor Lucy though, the Troia ran out in the end and Natsu puked all over her…

Top 9 favourite gifs of Honey-senpai (OHSHC) requested by kukki-beru

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whencreativitystrikess:

Gawd i keep deleting the asks but someone asked for Nalu kiss making out if i remember correctly. :P

whencreativitystrikess:

Gawd i keep deleting the asks but someone asked for Nalu kiss making out if i remember correctly. :P

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khaleesi-stars:

hellazan:

fury-oh-sea:

um.

YEEA AND SHE IS ONLY EXACTLY 5 FT TALL, GUYS THE WARPED WALL IS 15 FT TALL!!!!!

my hero

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wickedclothes:

Staircase Slide

The idea of sliding down stairs is a thought that has crossed several minds and an idea that has been executed on cartoons multiple times. Make it your reality. Although intended for children, this sliding board will prove fun for all ages. Sold on Quirky.

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art-of-swords:

'Revival' Sword

  • Dated: 19th century
  • Culture: Persian
  • Measurements: overall length: 36.5 inches (925mm). Blade length: 30 inches (765mm)

This Persian straight sword is known as a ‘Revival sword’, due to the fact this type of sword reviving the use of 15th Century style Islamic straight swords.

The example is larger than most, with a blade forged from Wootz Damascus, with a central panel on each side containing intricately chiselled Quaranic verses. The forte chiselled with Qajar style animal scenes.

Both sides gold inlaid in Persian ‘Sultan (Al) Sultan Akbar Shah’, attributing the sword to the reign of Persian King, Nasr al Din Shah (1848-1896). The hilt of stylistic form, with drooping monster head quillions, and etched quaranic cartouches.

Sidenotes:

  1. The concept of “Islamic weaponry” features this unique example of that category, known among collectors as the “Persian revival sword”.
  2. Confusion arises largely from categories (such as “Islamic”) imposed by writers without proper understanding of the sword’s form, function, and historical context.

Source: Copyright © 2014 Akaal Arms

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