Thania Sayne leans on her husband’s grave in Arlington National Cemetery while “Taps” is played during a nearby burial service on Oct. 16, a day before what would have been their third wedding anniversary. Sayne was four months pregnant with their second son when her husband, Army Sgt. Timothy D. Sayne, was killed on Sept. 18, 2011 in the Kandahar province.

Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP Photo 

BTS during the SKIT: One Night In A Strange City

(talking about a recent INU performance)

Hoseok: Suga hyung wasn’t even like rapping in the beginning

Jin: Yeah yeah, Suga wasn’t!

Namjoon: Suga hyung wasn’t rapping at all

Jin: He was just like holding the microphone

Taehyung: Suga hyung was just doing stuff like this…

Namjoon: He’s really just half-assing it

Yoongi: Hey hey hey, I’ll just say one thing

Yoongi: Please just piss off.

Bts: …   *Hoseok cackling*

Namjoon: You just wanted to say that didn’t you


Thirteen-year-old Princess Yvonne Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn takes a swig from a bottle while her brother Prince Alexander, just twelve, sits with a half-smoked cigarette. Taken aboard the yacht of Bartholomé March off Majorca in 1955, the photographer was Marianne “Manni” Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn — the mother of Yvonne and Alexander — who’s known by her photographic soubriquet of “Mamarazza”.

Princess Manni was born in Salzburg in 1919, the daughter of Friedrich Baron Mayr-Melnhof and his wife Maria Anna Countess von Meran. The eldest of nine children, she received a camera from her parents in 1935 and began a lifelong love of photography. (source)