i got nothin'

kuwaiti, currently twenty-three and not getting any younger, and a linguist/writer. i love tea, cats and stuff, i dunno.

here lie most of the words that sound better in my head but come out much much worse. (aka my bitching)

(lololols bullshit it's all tea and classy shizzle all up in here.

& just for clarification this is a side-blog so i follow back via whisperingareverie.tumblr.com, my main blog. so yep.

peace out, yo.)

Feb 20
beyonce:

The Brits 2014
Dress- Vrettos Vrettakos
Jewelry- Lorraine Schwartz
Shoes- Gianmarco Lorenzi

beyonce:

The Brits 2014
Dress- Vrettos Vrettakos
Jewelry- Lorraine Schwartz
Shoes- Gianmarco Lorenzi

(via unsuccessfulmetalbenders)


Feb 2

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Jan 13

Jae Yoo at Dolce & Gabbana Fall 2014 Milan

Jae Yoo at Dolce & Gabbana Fall 2014 Milan

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Jan 12

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Jan 5

adamthegirl:

tenaflyviper:

18 Various Kinds of Opals  

When most people think of an opal, they might think of a milky-colored stone containing a rainbow of stripes or flecks inside it.  What many people don’t know is that they are incredibly diverse in appearance, and are not actually minerals.  Opals are a solid, amorphous form of silica, and are classified as “mineraloids”.  Like other mineraloids, such as amber, pearl, and obsidian, they lack structural order, or “crystallinity”. 

From the top:

  • Black Opals
  • Cat’s Eye Opals
  • Dendritic Opals
  • Flamingo Opals
  • Peruvian Pink Opals
  • Zebra Opals
  • Leopard Opals
  • Yowah Nut and Koroit Opals (both have the same characteristics - they merely come from two different areas).
  • Brown Opals
  • Ethiopian Honeycomb Opals
  • Green Opals (Serbian, Tanzanian, and Brazilian)
  • Peruvian Blue Opals
  • Matrix Opals
  • Landscape Opals (Andean and Australian)
  • Mexican Fire Opals
  • Crystal Opals
  • Australian Boulder Opals
  • Ethiopian Ribbon Opals

(via hi)


Dec 31

Short short post on Margaret Atwood’s MaddAddam trilogy

Well, it was short when I started.

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Dec 19

cyberteeth:

Chimamamda Ngozi Adiche.

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Dec 15

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Dec 11

i’m pretty sure sparkling coffee is the most terrifying/grossest thing to ever enter the world of sparkling beverages. y’know. unless it’s actually sparkling. that’d be pretty sweet.


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