Zum Glück bin ich verrückt

Sarah. 26. Ohio. I like to write. I've written two books so far: Farther Side of Away and If You're a Princess, Where's Your Crown. Buy them. Read them. Love them. I like royalty, music, hockey, sports, games, Germans, Swedes, Danes. you know, things.

August 1, 2014 at 11:46am
11 notes
Reblogged from royalwatcher

royalwatcher:

Antique Corsage Tiara

After Anne-Marie became engaged to King Constantine II of Greece in 1964, she was given two Greek tiaras to wear, pushing the Antique Corsage tiara to the side. She has worn it on a few occasions over the years, but since there are several women in the family now, she tends to let the younger women in the family wear it while she goes for the large Greek Tiaras.

Princess Alexia only wore the tiara on one known occasion before her parents gave her her own tiara. It is the go-to Tiara for Princess Theodora, but with Tatiana now attending tiara events, we may see Theodora in other tiaras.

11:19am
20,231 notes
Reblogged from labyrinth-of-lucifer

marblechemist:

labyrinth-of-lucifer:

I really fucking hate it when guys act like marriage is literally the end of their lives like if it’s so fucking bad, and you hate it so much, don’t get fucking married and put your spouse through hell because you’re shit. If you feel trapped you’re doing it wrong.

Filed under: Sitcom Tropes That Need to Go Away Forever

(via cirque-de-morgue)

11:18am
14 notes
Reblogged from royalwatcher

royalwatcher:

Antique Corsage Tiara

An 18th birthday gift to Princess Anne-Marie, it started out as a stomacher worn by Queen Ingrid. It was converted into a tiara and has graced several heads.

Anne-Marie lent it to her first daughter-in-law, Princess Marie, for her wedding in 1995, as well as to the 1995 Wedding celebration of Prince Joachim and to King Carl XVI Gustaf’s birthday dinner in 1996. After that, Marie began to wear her own fringe tiara.

In 2010, Anne-Marie lent the tiara to her second daughter-in-law, Princess Tatiana, for her wedding as well. Tatiana then wore the tiara to Princess Madeleine’s wedding in 2013.

11:01am
1 note

will be hitting the road in about 30 mins

going to visit my bff for her birthday this weekend. It’s going to be nice to get out of the house for a few days!

I don’t have anything queued so it’ll be all quiet from me

you’re welcome

10:49am
23 notes
Reblogged from royalwatcher

royalwatcher:

Khedive of Egypt Tiara

Currently the property of Queen Anne-Marie of Greece, she has lent this tiara to female members of the family for the wedding days (as her mother Ingrid did before her). Any woman born into the family has the option of wearing this tiara for their wedding. Margrethe, Anne-Marie, and Benedikte all worn the tiaras on their wedding days, Anne-Marie’s daughter Alexia, and Benedikte’s daughters Alexandra and Nathalie also followed the tradition.

10:21am
204,149 notes
Reblogged from lenny511

rorykenneigh:

in-the-back-of-that-red-ragtop:

nebraskaswole:

thisthinisinprogress:

lilacblossoms:

myantiquehabibi:

lenny511:

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, one of the worlds coolest celebrities both on, and off the set. 

The Rock is literally one of my favorite people

if you don’t like the Rock we can’t be friends

…Why isn’t there a reality tv show based around him just cooking food. and eating. and feeding people. and being cool.

w h y

I love himmmmmm

Fun fact. “The Rock” has single handedly contributed more to make a wish foundation than anyone else on the face of this earth.

ITS BACK

The Rock is a living legend.

(via fearthezetterbeard)

9:53am
84,911 notes
Reblogged from huffingtonpost

huffingtonpost:

Schooled  Larry King.

Watch the full interview here.

(via turnthatberryout)

9:47am
3,992 notes
Reblogged from sketchysami
sketchysami:

rare picture of jack and ryans first encounter

sketchysami:

rare picture of jack and ryans first encounter

(via roosterteethanimatedadventures)

9:42am
43,288 notes
Reblogged from azspot

And how hard is it to land even a minimum-wage job? This year, the Ivy League college admissions acceptance rate was 8.9%. Last year, when Walmart opened its first store in Washington, D.C., there were more than 23,000 applications for 600 jobs, which resulted in an acceptance rate of 2.6%, making the big box store about twice as selective as Harvard and five times as choosy as Cornell. Telling unemployed people to get off their couches (or out of the cars they live in or the shelters where they sleep) and get a job makes as much sense as telling them to go study at Harvard.

— 

"Why Don’t the Unemployed Get Off Their Couches?" and Eight Other Critical Questions for Americans (via seriouslyamerica)

Don’t get me started.

(via meechwoods)

I think people don’t understand what the unemployment rate means.  It means the number of jobs there ARE compared to the number of people there are looking for jobs.  

People seem to somehow think that the unemployment rate is the number of people sitting around unemployed, as if there are thousands of companies with open positions and since the unemployed people all keep sitting on their butts, those companies are just somehow getting by without filling those positions????

The unemployment rate is the number of people who will be left over after all of the available jobs are filled.  

It’s the number of people who are going to be wasting all of their waking hours each week looking for jobs that don’t exist

(via missesnorris)

Sorry, where does the information right above this text come from? I mean, just checking. Investopedia.com: The percentage of the total labor force that is unemployed but actively seeking employment and willing to work. 

(via whimsicalspecks)

Understand that the unemplyment rate can go up when people drop out of the workforce because they are no longer actively seeking employment.

That means that those people still don’t have jobs, but because they have given up actively searching (generally after having searched for a long time), they aren’t counted as being unemployed.

To a certain degree it makes sense, because you don’t want to count people who are unemployed and don’t want to be (like someone who is retired or has an inheritance, etc). But on the other hand, just because someone has given up their job search doesn’t mean they want to stay unemployed. It just means they have stopped actively looking. 

(via thetrekkiehasthephonebox)

(Source: azspot, via thetrekkiehasthephonebox)

8:56am
15,429 notes
Reblogged from bellecs

bellecs:

#cause you look like a hot piece of ass that’s what you look like. captain.

(via thecalmwasdeceptive)