Come Hell or high water, I am with you

theouatgifs:

Belle. Sorry, do we know each other? Oh. Sorry, no.

riskpig:

midstorm:

Tale as old as time.

STORMY YOU ARE THE GREATEST

riskpig:

midstorm:

Tale as old as time.

STORMY YOU ARE THE GREATEST

LEAVE IT TO RUMPLE-FUCKING-STILTSKIN TO GET HIS WIFE A POOFY AMAZING DRESS AND HAVE A PRIVATE LITTLE BALL ON THEIR HONEYMOON

Once Upon a Time/Beauty and the Beast- The Iconic Dance.

storybrookemirror:

Once Upon a Time Season Four - Promo 2 (LQ)

rufeepeach:

enchantedrose1937:

THAT IS A RUMBELLE DANCE SEQUENCE IF I’VE EVER SEEN ONE!!!!

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im ded send help

WHAT 
WHAT 
WHAT 

rufeepeach:

enchantedrose1937:

THAT IS A RUMBELLE DANCE SEQUENCE IF I’VE EVER SEEN ONE!!!!

AAAAAAAAAAAAAGGGDSHAJADKLS;FHGLJDkslj/`f’i`oybjk/ano’p`igua kj/nf`hil; WOQAUIDSLjc

im ded send help

WHAT 

WHAT 

WHAT 

doctorrsong:

Make me choose

razzmatash asked for the cup or the cane

fairytaleasoldastime:

Rumplestiltskin + sweet smiles

Requested by lulices

ancientart:

Dagger blades from Grave Circle A at Mycenae, c. 1600-1100 BCE. Both made of bronze, the first is inlaid with gold and niello, and the second has been inlaid with gold, silver and niello.

Artefacts courtesy of the National Archaeological Museum, Athens. Photos taken by Steven Zucker.

greek-museums:

National Archaeological Museum / Archaeological Site of Mycenae:

A steatite and serpentinite two piece vase with pierced base and relief octopus with a representation of a marinescape. Differences in manufacturing attest the hands of two artisans from Mycenaean Greece or Minoan Crete. From Tomb 26, in Mycenae. (15th-14th century B.C)

greek-museums:

National Archaeological Museum / Archaeological Site of Mycenae:

A steatite and serpentinite two piece vase with pierced base and relief octopus with a representation of a marinescape. Differences in manufacturing attest the hands of two artisans from Mycenaean Greece or Minoan Crete. From Tomb 26, in Mycenae. (15th-14th century B.C)

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