Every So Often I Miss You

Ask me anything   That Traci Girl. Twenties. Lives in the Texas of the North. Nostalgic.

"I have no notion of loving people by halves, it is not my nature. My attachments are always excessively strong."
Jane Austen

"Does he treat you with respect at all times? That’s the first question. The second question is, if he is the exact same person twenty years from now that he is today, would you still want to marry him? And finally, does he inspire to be a better person? You find someone you can answer yes to all three, then you’ve found a good man."
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So a boyband walked onto the Britain’s Got Talent stage and everyone thought they were going to sing One Direction or something typical…and then they sung Stars from Les Miserables.

This is the best thing ever. Just listen to those harmonies <3

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Lucy Liu and Idris Elba perform at The Big Chill 2011 [1][2]

this is illegal

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"This is for the times you went through hell so someone else wouldn’t have to."
Andrea Gibson, Say Yes  (via elauxe)

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the assassination of franz ferdinand was actually the most hilariously botched assassination attempt of all time though like i can’t even explain to you how badly it went i mean there were six guys…

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#history jokes  #wwi  #my favourite 


The 369th Infantry marching down Fifth Avenue in honor of their return, Feb 1919

The 369th were known as the Harlem Hellfighters (and sometimes as the Black Ratters) and was an infantry regiment formed completely of African Americans and African Puerto Ricans. During the Great War, the men of the 369th spent the longest time at the front, earning the respect of the French soldiers they fought beside leading them to their name Hellfighter because they never lost a man to capture, nor losing a trench or a foot of ground to the Germans.

The parade thrown for their return in February 1919 began on Fifth Avenue at 61st Street, and proceeded uptown past ranks of white bystanders before turning west on 110th Street, and then swung onto Lenox Avenue to march into Harlem, where black New Yorkers packed the sidewalks for a glimpse of the men.

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