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hyperheartz:

i wish i was thinner but i also wish that i didn’t wish I was thinner

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herebos:

ora tutte le volte che qualcosa passa in dogana ci fanno pagare 30 euro

non lavorano e vogliono 30 euro

a prescindere dal valore della merce vogliono 30 euro

non importa se hai pagato 10

ne vogliono 30

bello

eh cosa come? *terrore*

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somethingicouldhavelearnt:

TODAY FOR THE FIRST TIME IN ITALY ROME MAYOR MARINO REGISTERS 16 GAY MARRIAGES CELEBRATED ABROAD.

The facts:

  • Gay marriage is, as of now, illegal in Italy;
  • Rome Mayor Ignazio Marino, in open opposition to the italian legislation, defiantly registered the marriage of 16 gay couples, many with children, that had been celebrated abroad. After receiving a standing ovation in the Protomoteca, he stated “This is a special day for many of you, but for me and for Rome as well. […] Laws are meant to allow the same rights to everybody […] Today we’re just registering, but we’ll go ahead. And I know, we’ll go ahead together.”
  • Interior Minister Angelino Alfano harshly contested the Mayor, claiming he was basically just “signing autographs” since the italian legislation doesn’t allow gay marriages;
  • Rome Prefect vowed to back the Minister’s stance, commanding Marino to stop or he would make the registrations void. Marino replied he’d defend his choice to the end;
  • The Italian Bishops’ Conference (CEI) stated it was “an unacceptable presuntion” to undertake such an action during the last day of a summit on the Synod of family;
  • On the stairs to the Capitol, next to those who celebrated,  protestants manifested their disapproval. About 70 esponents from right wing organizations were blocked near the Capitol; the police headquarters pressed charges against the promoters of the unauthorized protest.

The event was shared and commented on twitter, under the ashtag 
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Italian mayors of various towns registering gay marriages happened in other countries even if being ordered not to or simply refusing to delete the registrations.

yes.

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italiansreclaimingitaly:

a proposito della conversazione sul fumetto in italia, scusa se scrivo in italiano ma è una roba veloce e neanche troppo ponderata.

Onestamente ho sempre visto il mercato italiano di fumetti molto più female-friendly della controparte americana. Però questa è un’impressione personale più che un…

Guarda, se devo essere sincera nemmeno io mi sono mai sentita turbata entrando in fumetteria ed ho sempre trovato un 50% di uomini e 50% donne. Inoltre la fumetteria da cui vado di solito è di una donna.

Però! Però so che esistono uomini italiani che credono che le donne non si interessino a fumetti considerati da loro maschili (Marvel e DC) per non parlare dei videogiochi. Loro credono davvero che alcune donne fingano solo per far colpo su di loro (sigh, pensavo esistessero solo nel recondito internet e invece ci sono anche nella vita vera) e inoltre mi è capitato di parlare di Marvel con uno sconosciuto, eravamo io e un mio amico, e questo tizio mi snobbava altamente per scambiarsi opinioni con solo il mio amico il quale è più interessato a manga e gli faceva cenno di chiedere a me. E’ stato abbastanza strano e irritante.

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theappleppielifestyle:

sabacc:

Steve Rogers did, in fact, realize that something was off when he saw the outline of the woman’s odd bra (a push-up bra, he would later learn), but being an officer and a gentleman, he said that it was the game that gave the future away.

imagine tony finding this out and steve immediately saying ‘BUT YOU CAN’T TELL ANYONE’ # so tony just spends his entire life WANTING TO TELL PEOPLE THIS and makes arrangements for his # resting place to have an engraving telling the ‘Real Truth about Steve Rogers’  - via sirdef


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liquid-lightning:

librarienne:

rose-verres:

“A three second exposure meant that subjects had to stand very still to avoid being blurred, and holding a smile for that period was tricky. As a result, we have a tendency to see our Victorian ancestors as even more formal and stern than they might have been.”

I’ve reblogged this before and I will reblog it again.

This is so great


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Tyreese it the ray of hope and tenderness in the walking dead I love him

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ereini0n:

I had to literally force myself to get through the first series of this horrid show but I will always have fond memories of lady Mary…

haha I actually love Downton Abbey, in particular Mary, Edith and Mrs Hughes. But I want to delete from my mind the last season, it was so boring.


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