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spectrologie · a day ago
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London, England // Emre Sarigul • turkwise
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oswincoleman · 2 days ago
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Jenna Coleman getting ready for the Erdem Party in London today. From the video shared by Christian Wood, Jenna's hair stylist, on Instagram.
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federer7 · a day ago
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Paul Mc Cartney and Ringo Starr at Ringo's wedding to Barbara Bach. London, 1981
Photo: Terry O'Neill
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without-ado · 21 hours ago
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a music bookshop in Cecil Ct. London
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rougesmiles · 4 hours ago
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What's a girl gotta do to get a little #reblog around here? 🔄
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saint-alia-of · a day ago
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August 2022.
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sometimeslondon · a day ago
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The Household Cavalry on Horse Guards Parade
Sometimes one just has to do the tourist thing!
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lemondedelamode · a day ago
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Lulu Reynolds by Christoph Langenberg for Contributor Magazine styled by Elizabeth Bernet May 2021
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londonedge · a day ago
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Happy Birthay (?) Son!
A Shoreditch wall
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wardrobeoftime · 17 hours ago
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Victoria + Costumes
Queen Victoria’s white, green & purple dress in Season 01, Episode 08.
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octobersociety · 15 hours ago
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tragicmelpomene · 21 hours ago
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November is London (I miss it already)
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oswincoleman · 2 days ago
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Jenna Coleman at the launch dinner of "A Magazine curated by Erdem" in London today!
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bi-trans-alliance · 4 months ago
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Trans Pride London, July 2022
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spaceshipsandpurpledrank · 2 months ago
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a-game-is-the-foot · 2 months ago
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Ok so if you've not lived in Britain at all this might be confusing. Let me explain why even this is getting my little republican heart excited.
So the former parasite is now lying in state in Westminster Hall; this 1000 year old hall in the parliamentary complex next to Big Ben. This is fairly standard for senior royals, prime ministers, and other such high status/high fame people in the UK.
What isn't fairly standard is for a huge queue sweeping through central London of people wanting to see the coffin lying in state.
But us Brits, we love to queue. Or at least, indulge the love side of a love/hate relationship with it on a regular basis. It keeps things in order for us, it helps us make sense of the big things and the small things in life. We have clear cut rules. We understand when it's appropriate to hold a space and when it's appropriate to cut in (only if your life depended on it). We would happily queue forever to get into heaven.
But look at this mother...
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Look at that beast. It's the mother of all queues. The queue to end all queues. It's our Everest. As a nation, we've been training for this day. It's already about 5 miles long and I don't think they have capacity beyond 6.9 miles.
You can't cut in. You can't rejoin The Queue. You can only briefly leave The Queue for the loo or the water fountain at the designated refreshment zones which are very few and far between. You can't hold a spot for someone. It will continue 24/7. There are few places to sit or sleep. It will crawl at an impossibly slow but infuriatingly steady pace due to security at the finish line. You will be queueing for an estimated 30 hours. 30 hours of little food/drink/loo breaks/sleep.
The Queue is already a celebrity in its own right. Its volunteers will be lauded as heroes. They've been told to look out for people struggling and in need of medical help. This is NOT for the young, the old, the disabled, the pregnant, or the faint of heart.
And the prize? A couple of minutes looking at a (possibly empty) box containing the corpse of a 96 year old woman.
This is ludicrous and I am LIVING for it. The one good thing about this mess of a week. This so epic, so British high stakes/low impact sport.
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