mockturtle (hellblazer06) wrote,
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My tweets

  • Thu, 12:32: RT @kateStrasdin: The legendary designer #EdithHead was born on this day in 1897. She created some of Hollywood’s most iconic costumes. Her…
  • Thu, 12:37: RT @qldmuseum: With Halloween only days away, today's guess the year is a little creepy themed. Doodums the lucky dip man at the Ipswich To…
  • Thu, 12:39: RT @statelibrarynsw: 🔎Can you guess where this wet and windy image was taken? Bonus points if you can guess the time period too. #Throwback
  • Thu, 12:48: RT @metmuseum: Woven from high-quality silks in a cornucopia of colors, wools, and metal-wrapped threads, Pieter Coecke's monsters are wort…
  • Thu, 12:53: RT @Wil_Anderson: This was fun https://t.co/YEAC0HOw6M
  • Thu, 20:01: RT @DrSamGeorge1: SAMURAI BATS are a thing in Japanese culture in images from the 1800s and I love them! Utagawa Kuniyoshi (歌川 國芳 1798-1861…
  • Thu, 20:02: RT @BFI: "The staff are, by the way, encouraged to eat as many sweets as they fancy!" Film courtesy of @theboxplymouth #BritainOnFilm htt…
  • Fri, 05:54: RT @oldshopsoz: 1960s perspex signs formerly displayed at the Pineapple Bar, an old milk bar and cafe at Victoria Rd Gladesville NSW. Pic:…
  • Fri, 05:59: RT @presentcorrect: The new Lidl supermarket in Dublin has a glass floor, for viewing a Viking settlement built in 1070 AD. https://t.co/D
  • Fri, 08:14: I have sunlight through my window. I've been sitting here every day since March and this never happens, as neighbourly extensions have rendered this window largely redundant. But today it's Desk Henge. 🌞
Tags: #britainonfilm, #edithhead, #throwback, twitter
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