- John Churchill Chase
A cartoon in Chase’s ‘Frenchmen, Desire, Good Children’ shows the saints mitigating a fight between French royals.
“The cartoon represents the fact that various sectors of French royalty were suspicious of each other and always struggling with one another for power. So when streets were named for royals, they were separated by a street named for a saint,” Chapman said. “What do you do with a live wire? You insulate it with rubber. And the 'saint streets’ served as a kind of insulator, if you will.”
That’s why Dumaine Street, which Chapman says was named for an illegitimate son of Louis XIV, was boxed in on one side by St. Philip Street and on the other, by St. Ann. It’s also why Toulouse Street, named for another illegitimate son, was flanked by St. Peter and St. Louis.“
Nerdy Fact #1435: While filming Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, The Muppets creator, Jim Henson (who had hand in developing Yoda), brought Miss Piggy and Kermit to the set. George Lucas jokingly revealed later that he thought of Yoda as, “the illegitimate child of Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy.”
The illegitimate son of the king of the demon world, the broken vampire prince Kino (CV: Maeno Tomoaki)
“Isn’t this even better than I imagined? Your blood’s the best.“
Karlheinz’s illegitimate child, born in a remote region of the demon world. For the sake of a certain goal, he plans the destruction/ruination of vampires. A natural airhead and a selfish/willful prince who thinks that people doing things for him is a matter of course.
Species: Vampire School Year: 3rd year Age: 17 Height: 178cm Weight: 65kg Blood Type: AB Favorite Food: Konpeito Hobby: Smart phone games/mobage
In a nutshell, this is what my grandmother believes. She finds it absurd, even stupid, that I have problems with social situations and panic attacks. She doesn’t see social anxiety as an actual mental issue and looks down on me because of it, telling me I need to ‘just get over it.’
Troian friend started on pll last season. She kind of came in out of nowhere I didn’t expect to see her again. I figured she was doing a guest appearance.But she stayed in Rosewood all this time.
In British legend, Sabrina was the illegitimate daughter of the King of Britain and was drowned in the river by her father’s ex-wife.
We don’t know whose Bethany’s parents are. We only know what she looks like as a child. Also look at Sabrina’s shirt, not an exact but still creepy ass horns.
She hasn’t been in that many episodes, but they have done this before. Could be nothing but I thought this was still interesting. I feel like that she also kind of looks like little Bethany. Maybe she is her twin?
So guys I know this is probably crazy but it’s pll why not?
bellarke au; i have offered you my heart a thousand times
and if some other lady has hope of it, she lives in powerless, deceiving hope || il canzoniere, sonnet 21
from the moment bellamy blake saw her, he knew he was in love. but in renaissance italy, a cardinal of rome has no chance with the (illegitimate) daughter of the pope, engaged to be married to the prince of naples.
Apparently in Aotea Square in New Zealand there stands a King Joffrey statue with a rope tied around his waist, every time somebody uses the hashtag #bringdowntheking it gets a wee bit tighter until he eventually falls to pieces.
3. Ann is advocating that we put more of a focus on discouraging illegitimate children, — Who the hell are you to describe a human being as “illegitimate” because you don’t agree with the circumstances of their birth. They don’t need your approval to be legitimate beings in this universe.
4. It is undeniable, when looking at the data, that unwanted/poorly cared-for/single-parent children are causing the majority of problems in society. — The data measures how “wanted” and “cared for” the children are? No? I thought not. You data only breaks out “single-parent,” which you have equated with “unwanted” and “poorly cared for” due to your own bigoted notion that impoverished single parents don’t want their children and take shitty care of them.