Britappreciation

theeconomist:

Daily chart: booze, bonks and bodies. The various Bonds are more different than you think. Pierce Brosnan was the most bloodthirsty, bumping off around 19 baddies per film. George Lazenby was the Bond for the babes, whereas Daniel Craig is notably less successful with the ladies. Maybe that’s because he drinks the most martinis.

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theeconomist:

Daily chart: booze, bonks and bodies. The various Bonds are more different than you think. Pierce Brosnan was the most bloodthirsty, bumping off around 19 baddies per film. George Lazenby was the Bond for the babes, whereas Daniel Craig is notably less successful with the ladies. Maybe that’s because he drinks the most martinis.

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lobo-de-luna:

I recently found the song Climb to Sakteng and at once fell in love. Today I finally felt it was worth sharing. A gorgeous song that captures the serenity I feel when out in nature. You should watch listen to this, please.

tsarbucks:

theeconomist:

The problem with penises, admitted one anthropologist, is that once you start noticing them, you “tend to see willies pretty much everywhere”. A new book looks at the ups and downs of man’s most precious ornament. It is a seminal work.

Reblogged for the puns. Because I think The Economist has a department SPECIFICALLY DEVOTED to puns.

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tsarbucks:

theeconomist:

The problem with penises, admitted one anthropologist, is that once you start noticing them, you “tend to see willies pretty much everywhere”. A new book looks at the ups and downs of man’s most precious ornament. It is a seminal work.

Reblogged for the puns. Because I think The Economist has a department SPECIFICALLY DEVOTED to puns.

I Melt With You
Modern English

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austenchanted:

He took her hand; - whether she had not herself made the first motion, she could not say - she might, perhaps, have rather offered it - but he took her hand, pressed it, and certainly was on the point of carrying it to his lips - when, from some fancy or other, he suddenly let it go. Why he should feel such a scruple, why he should change his mind when it was all but done, she could not perceive. He would have judged better, she thought, if he had not stopped. The intention, however, was indubitable; and whether it was that his manners had in general so little gallantry, or however else it happened, but she thought nothing became him more. It was with him, of so simple, yet so dignified a nature. She could not but recall the attempt with great satisfaction. It spoke such perfect amity. He left them immediately afterwards - gone in a moment.

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sherlockspeare:

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cumbertrekky:

Gorgeous and talented guy. He discusses how Benedict phoned him about the role of Hugh Alexander.

aidn:

breakingnews:

Buckingham Palace guardsman under investigation after video shows him pirouetting on duty
ITV News: A Grenadier Guard has been caught on camera busting some moves outside Buckingham Palace, but the soldier is expected to receive disciplinary action for his dancing.
Read more here

let him dance

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aidn:

breakingnews:

Buckingham Palace guardsman under investigation after video shows him pirouetting on duty

ITV News: A Grenadier Guard has been caught on camera busting some moves outside Buckingham Palace, but the soldier is expected to receive disciplinary action for his dancing.

Read more here

let him dance

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The cast of “The Imitation Game” interviewed by Variety [x]