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This is Criminal Law 100, or as I prefer to call it….

                   h o w  t o  g e t  a w a y  w i t h  m u r d e r 

laclefdescoeurs:

A Pair of Peacocks in Spring, 1901, Imao Keinen
color on silk

laclefdescoeurs:

A Pair of Peacocks in Spring1901, Imao Keinen

color on silk
regina, i know you’re in there.

1.03 | 5.02

misspryss:

julstorres:

survivablyso:

buckybarneswho:

Let’s be honest everyone would rather watch a Black Widow movie than antman

I’d rather watch Black Widow file her taxes than an Ant Man movie

Well you have to admit her work-related expenses would tell some pretty interesting stories all by themselves

Black Widow orders towels online: the movie

Black Widow reorganizes her sock drawer: the movie

Black Widow cleans her gutters: the movie

Still more exciting than Ant Man

stardustacolyte:

Don’t buy a girl flowers. Flowers die. Buy her a dragon.

dailyetymology:

In case anyone was wondering, the Malfoy name can be broken down into “mal,” Old French, from “malus,” meaning “evil” in Latin, and “foy,” an obsolete English word meaning “allegiance.” I’m not sure if J.K. Rowling intended this, but his name literally means “Dragon of Evil Allegiance.” Bit of a letdown, if you ask me.
Sources: Wiktionary & Online Etymology Dictionary

dailyetymology:

In case anyone was wondering, the Malfoy name can be broken down into “mal,” Old French, from “malus,” meaning “evil” in Latin, and “foy,” an obsolete English word meaning “allegiance.” I’m not sure if J.K. Rowling intended this, but his name literally means “Dragon of Evil Allegiance.” Bit of a letdown, if you ask me.

Sources: Wiktionary & Online Etymology Dictionary