Don't Call me flyface

23 year old Masters Student and DJ with a beautiful Welsh Girlfriend. Father of a black pug, liver, breather, sleeper and eater of all things rockabilly/RnB/Rock n' Roll.
saltycornchip:

best-of-memes:

Someone took a candid photo of a fight in Ukranian Parliament that is as well-composed as the best renaissance art

this is currently my favorite thing on the entire internet

saltycornchip:

best-of-memes:

Someone took a candid photo of a fight in Ukranian Parliament that is as well-composed as the best renaissance art

this is currently my favorite thing on the entire internet

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the-gasoline-station:

Foggy Dubai II
Skyscrapers emerge through a blanket of fog and cloud in Dubai as seen from the top of the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa
Picture: Bjoern Lauen / Barcroft Media
Source: The Telegraph
Foggy Dubai I Here

the-gasoline-station:

Foggy Dubai II

Skyscrapers emerge through a blanket of fog and cloud in Dubai as seen from the top of the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa

Picture: Bjoern Lauen / Barcroft Media

Source: The Telegraph

Foggy Dubai I Here

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classicladiesofcolor:


Anna May Wong's Certificate of Identity, August 18, 1924, National Archives at San Francisco.

She was born Wong Liu Tsong in 1905 in Los Angeles to a Cantonese-American family that had lived in America since at least 1855. However, being an American didn’t matter in a time when people of Chinese descent were being heavily legislated against. Beginning in 1909, any people of Chinese descent entering or residing in the US, regardless of the country of their birth, had to carry a Certificate of Identity with them at all times. Even at the peak of her fame, Wong still had to carry papers like the one above to prove she was allowed to be here. Read the rest of the article.

classicladiesofcolor:

Anna May Wong's Certificate of Identity, August 18, 1924, National Archives at San Francisco.

She was born Wong Liu Tsong in 1905 in Los Angeles to a Cantonese-American family that had lived in America since at least 1855. However, being an American didn’t matter in a time when people of Chinese descent were being heavily legislated against. Beginning in 1909, any people of Chinese descent entering or residing in the US, regardless of the country of their birth, had to carry a Certificate of Identity with them at all times. Even at the peak of her fame, Wong still had to carry papers like the one above to prove she was allowed to be here. Read the rest of the article.

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Anonymous asked: Can you post a photo of yourself? I am intrigued as to what you look like as I've been following you for a while and don't really post any. Please?

For the anon! Me and my gf a month or two ago.

For the anon! Me and my gf a month or two ago.