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nearlykirk:

The Romans used to strew saffron along their streets as a mark of luxuriant and ostentatious pomp and circumstance. We much prefer la vie en rose: streets lined with haphazardly falling flower petals and the like.

nearlykirk:

The Romans used to strew saffron along their streets as a mark of luxuriant and ostentatious pomp and circumstance. We much preferĀ la vie en rose: streets lined with haphazardly falling flower petals and the like.

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aerbor:

self-portrait by Charlie Moreau

aerbor:

self-portrait by Charlie Moreau

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