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Romey Jul 11
Throwback to the first performance I did in NYC with lannagirlythefunk I always appreciate the opportunity to showcase my talents. S/O to all the that came out and showed love. Link in bio…
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Jethro Dumont Jul 13
Songs From My College Days (Daze?) That Are Now Great For The Gym Number 173 !
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Ed Roccanti Jul 11
Only does it good to me Love you baby Haha, you know how I feel about !
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Christopher Manners Apr 10
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The Romanticism blog Feb 14
Byron, Keats and Shelley - the ultimate Snog, Marry, Avoid...
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Anna O 🚲 Feb 14
For all the out there
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Ellen Coombs Feb 14
The inside of a Northern right whale’s rib cage ❤️ Right whales have the heaviest testicles of any animal (over 1 tonne combined). During courtship males gather into groups to compete for females. Happy Valentine’s Day! (at Museo di Storia Naturale, Calci) 🐋
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Herstoric Feb 15
‘Lord Byron...? Mad, bad and dangerous to know!’ Lady Caroline Lamb, 1816 🎶🎤✒️ ‘Herstoric’ April 2nd - 6th • • •
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Great Big Radio Jul 9
- Talking in Your Sleep on GBR from New York City. LISTEN NOW!
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michaelaaaa♡ Mar 17
Everybody keeps making fun of JLo for getting engaged/married again after so many men. But when you look at it, look at it like she never gave up on finding her soulmate.
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Janet Nissenson Jul 12
Come join me and like minded romantics to chat about books, learn about my new series and lots more! Join us here:
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The Poppy Practice Mar 16
Looking for a vintage pendant WW2 era and keep finding there are lots of ones to remind their sweethearts of Gunners. What’s with that? They were simply better looking, got all the girls? Or they were standard issue!?! Is it still true? Debate.
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🦋໓ɛɛ™ ƙąცƖą ŋąƙʂɧųƖıŋ Dec 28
Oh! lift me as a wave, a leaf, a cloud! I fall upon the thorns of life! I bleed!
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Christopher Manners Apr 13
Have you read “The Fall of Hyperion” by Keats? It’s a deeply profound work. What are your thoughts?
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Christopher Wells Ⓥ 🌈🌈 Mar 2
In 1762 Jean-Jacques Rousseau declared in The Social Contract: ‘Man is born free, and everywhere he is in chains.’
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kate franklin Dec 5
....or maybe i could just do the whole class on Dore's bananas engraved crusades?
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georgiansuggestion Dec 15
hook up on your mom’s grave
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Math Library Jun 6
A convex octagon inscribed in a circle has 4 consecutive sides with length 3 and the remaining sides length 2. Find its area
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Dipto Hawk May 7
“Cynics are simply thwarted romantics.” ― William Goldman, The Princess Bride
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Hai Ree Jul 16
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