SATURDAY NITE…..STOMPIN’ AT THE SAVOY!!!
Savoy Ballroom Dancers, Harlem NY. 1930s-40s
Apia, Samoa (near Apia)
I love it how when Snape draws out his wand there are audible gasps but when Mcgonagall draws her wand there people are screaming out of the way.
They just know better.
damn snape is piss-OH MOTHERFUCKING SHIT, MOVE OUT, CLEAR THE WAY, MCGONAGALL IS PISSED.
some cheetah doodles
Outfits by:Tarun Tahiliani
Aggressive/Dramatic Zuko that make me giggle.
Zuko is basically the most perfectly accurate teenager ever to appear on TV.
So, I was at a bookstore today with some friends. And every single time I go I check on the Gentlemen Bastard’s series because I want a version of the third book (The Republic of Thieves) that is the same size as the other two (and am disappointed every time). But this time something a little different happened.
One of my friends I went with has yet to read the series, so ONE OF US pulled it off the shelf (I think they did, but who knows) and THEN WE REALIZED SOMETHING WAS ODD. At first we both stared in shocked horror at the crumpled up page we saw, thinking some awful person had vandalized the book - but then I noticed the page numbers on the two whole pages framing the crumpled page followed each other, meaning this was a mystery page. Then we found another odd page that seemed to be from the book saying it was page 60, but as you can see the proper page 60 was there and whole and fine.
It appears that The Lies of Locke Lamora cannibalized another The Lies of Locke Lamora book - as none of the pages seemed to be missing from that copy. I got super excited because I really like books with eccentricities like this that aren’t actually a problem (like I said, none of the pages appeared to be missing or smeared). It makes it super unique - but I’ve already got two copies of the book (and I’ve bought more than that, and just handed them off to people) and my current copy is signed and as cool as this one is, I didn’t want to have three copies of one book kicking around.
So my friend bought the cannibal book! SO I KNOW IT IS IN GOOD HANDS. I’m not sure what this says about the series though, maybe this is why they’re such good books - the books eat other books so that they become more book in one book.
Also we noticed that the two copies of The Republic of Thieves on the shelf seemed… different. If you’ll notice the one on the left is noticeably thicker and more vibrant in colour than the one on the right. We theorized that the book on the left is slowly eating the one on the right. There is no other explanation.