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historical-nonfiction:

Several of Aristotle’s writings have survived only by a fortunate chance. Around 80 B.C., the men of a Roman army invading Asia Minor found a number of manuscripts of Aristotle’s works in a pit and brought them to their general, Sulla. It turned out that no other copies of many of them existed, and Sulla had them taken to Rome and recopied

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"I did not intend to get this drunk"

- Me everytime I drink (via upperslut)

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ledaclones:

it’s the scottish independence referendum tomorrow

or as i like to call it

the great british break off

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disneykin:

does anyone actually track their periods because i dont im too lazy and its just like this really terrible surprise that i dont want every month and me trying to convince myself that theres no way its been 4 weeks already

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encourage:

Me in the morning 

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