basket house

Happy valentine’s day, Akashi-kun aka @sooora-i!!><

This year I’m your Kuroko and I can say that we pretty much have the same taste with Mafia!AU AkaKuro;;;v;;; I always adore your art and now I’m drawing for you so I’m kinda nervous;;

I really hope you’ll like it!! (。・//ε//・。)

Thanks to @akashikuroko & @fyenale for holding WYSV again!! This is my second time participating and I really enjoy it (*´▽`*) thank you!!

― Chaz 

My Future Wife, LeFou!

Originally posted by softtroublemaker

Originally posted by luuuuuke-evans

Title: My Future Wife, LeFou!
Words: 2,456 
Pairing: GastonxReader
Warnings: Little Bit of Swearing
A/N: Oh dear god I can’t find any Gaston stories I like so I guess I’ll just write my fucking own I guess that’s the only way I’ll ever be happy so enjoy my Luke Evans thirst

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This idea was stuck in my head for a long time… Like, for a year? I mean, I still didn’t find the best way to pull it off, but I felt a sudden urge to roughly color the sketch and complete the drawing… They say, go with the flow, right?
FYI it makes a veeeeery nice wallpaper (๑꒪▿꒪)*



Animes: Yona of the Dawn, Akagami no Shirayukihime, Persona 5, Owari no Seraph, Nanbaka, D.Gray-man, Touken Ranbu, No Game No Life, No.6, Servamp, Natsume Yuujinchou, Guilty Crown, Katekyo Hitman Reborn, Mikagura Gakuen Kumikyoku, The Royal Tutor, Blue Exorcist, Diabolik Lovers, Yuri on Ice, Kuroko no Basket, Kamisama Hajimemashita
Song: House of Cards - BTS
Editor: animeufo

Archaeologists discover ruined remains of Henry VIII’s birthplace

Archaeologists have unearthed the remains of Greenwich Palace, the birthplace of Henry VIII and his daughters Mary and Elizabeth I.

A team working on a development underneath the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich, southeast London, discovered two rooms belonging to the old Tudor palace.

The rooms are believed to have been used as kitchens, a brewhouse or laundry areas.

One of the rooms featured a lead-glazed tiled floor and the other contained what experts believe are “bee boles” - wall cavities which housed beehive baskets or “skeps” during the winter months, when bee colonies hibernate.

The cavities may also have been used to store food and drink to keep it cool, when the hive baskets were kept outside in the summer. Read more.