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zaboni-modari:

The Tajik people of Central Asia

My dishes finally came! I have a complete kitchen! #gradschool #moving #kitchen

My dishes finally came! I have a complete kitchen! #gradschool #moving #kitchen

roideslangues replied to your post “ahem… who the —— is roideslangues and who the —— bestowed him with…”

Haha! When I was in France, I met a guy who bestowed that upon me after he found out I had studied multiple languages. It’s nice to be the king :P

I will accept this answer

*secretly goes and steals the URL empereurdeslangue or Sprachenkaiser*

fightingscholarlykrogan:

vladdy putin blessing a child with his holy powers

Vladdy Putin blessing the next generation of North Ossetians

fightingscholarlykrogan:

vladdy putin blessing a child with his holy powers

Vladdy Putin blessing the next generation of North Ossetians

(Source: fyvladimirputin)

everythingcentralasia:

One Turkmen Kitchen is a must-visit blog for foodies. A native of Turkmenistan now living in Prague uses the blog to share recipes from the Turkmen cuisine.

letswakeupworld:

A boy learns to play the french horn at the Kabul Music Academy in Kabul, Afghanistan.

letswakeupworld:

A boy learns to play the french horn at the Kabul Music Academy in Kabul, Afghanistan.

ahem… who the —— is roideslangues and who the —— bestowed him with such a lofty title? i’m a bit offended…

ugh… i need to learn Chinese and Uyghur too I think…

polyglotsoftheweek:

Today Ed tells us about how he listens to music as a form of passive learning.

instagozilah:

Afghan dumplings Manto

instagozilah:

Afghan dumplings Manto