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  • #iconic #gettingrandy #maplebacon A piece of California that needs to be tried at least 3 times a year! Or in my case when ever someone visits!
  • #iconic #gettingrandy #maplebacon A piece of California that needs to be tried at least 3 times a year! Or in my case when ever someone visits!

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  • /iconic buddy màu mới/
hôm nay ngày cuối khuyến mãi 50k
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[🎒 : iconic buddy]
[💵: 240.000 🔥🔥]
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Carry Your Style on every mile
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Store 1: 61/29 Co Giang, dist 1
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#birdybagshop #birdybag #152tren65d1 #61tren29cogiang #iconic #iconicbuddy
  • /iconic buddy màu mới/
    hôm nay ngày cuối khuyến mãi 50k
    ————
    [🎒 : iconic buddy]
    [💵: 240.000 🔥🔥]
    [🛒: color multi]
    ————
    Carry Your Style on every mile
    ————
    Store 1: 61/29 Co Giang, dist 1
    Store 2: 152/65 D1, Binh Thanh dist
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    #birdybagshop #birdybag #152tren65d1 #61tren29cogiang #iconic #iconicbuddy

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  • Tizoc: Amor indio, conocida más popularmente como Tizoc o El Indio Tizoc, es una película mexicana protagonizada por Pedro Infante y María Félix en 1956, escrita por Manuel R. Ojeda y Carlos Orellana y dirigida por Ismael Rodríguez. La película cuenta la trágica historia de amor entre el indio Tizoc, habitante de la sierra de Oaxaca y María (María Félix), una mujer criolla proveniente de la ciudad, aparentemente arrogante y orgullosa que al conocer a Tizoc aprende a apreciar su sencilla sabiduría y su buen corazón.
La cinta fue filmada en Pathécolor y CinemaScope por Alex Phillips y forma parte del periodo final de la Época de Oro del Cine Mexicano, que abarca de 1935 a 1958.
#tizoc #mariafelix #pedroinfante #cinedeoromexicano #iconic #movietime #cine #mexicolindo #vivamexico
  • Tizoc: Amor indio, conocida más popularmente como Tizoc o El Indio Tizoc, es una película mexicana protagonizada por Pedro Infante y María Félix en 1956, escrita por Manuel R. Ojeda y Carlos Orellana y dirigida por Ismael Rodríguez. La película cuenta la trágica historia de amor entre el indio Tizoc, habitante de la sierra de Oaxaca y María (María Félix), una mujer criolla proveniente de la ciudad, aparentemente arrogante y orgullosa que al conocer a Tizoc aprende a apreciar su sencilla sabiduría y su buen corazón.
    La cinta fue filmada en Pathécolor y CinemaScope por Alex Phillips y forma parte del periodo final de la Época de Oro del Cine Mexicano, que abarca de 1935 a 1958.
    #tizoc #mariafelix #pedroinfante #cinedeoromexicano #iconic #movietime #cine #mexicolindo #vivamexico

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  • #italyvintage .
이태리산 라나울,케시미어 소재가 사용된 아이템입니다. 양가죽으로 디테일을 준 카라가 특징입니다.
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시중에서 접하기 어려운 고급소재들이 전해주는 부드러운 터치감은 빈티지의 큰 매력중 하나라고 생각합니다.
  • #italyvintage .
    이태리산 라나울,케시미어 소재가 사용된 아이템입니다. 양가죽으로 디테일을 준 카라가 특징입니다.
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    시중에서 접하기 어려운 고급소재들이 전해주는 부드러운 터치감은 빈티지의 큰 매력중 하나라고 생각합니다.

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  • Guys I asked my latest guy crush  to homecoming and he said yes I’m SO EXCITED! Idk how to tell him I want to go as actual dates though sooo imma get on that
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#dankmemes #memes #iconic
  • Guys I asked my latest guy crush to homecoming and he said yes I’m SO EXCITED! Idk how to tell him I want to go as actual dates though sooo imma get on that

    #dankmemes #memes #iconic

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  • A̞l͕l͈̊ I͍͐s̺ ̣̿Fu̳͂lͨl ͤȮ̳f͇ L̤ò͕v̽e͂
  • A̞l͕l͈̊ I͍͐s̺ ̣̿Fu̳͂lͨl ͤȮ̳f͇ L̤ò͕v̽e͂

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  • Hoͮm̑og̟ͨen͂i͍cͩ ͙was̉ ͒r̆e̜ͧl͑e̬ͧaͮs̄ḙd̏ 2͑2͍ ̻̚y͗e̔ar̠̀s̗̚ a̠g̱o
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  • Hoͮm̑og̟ͨen͂i͍cͩ ͙was̉ ͒r̆e̜ͧl͑e̬ͧaͮs̄ḙd̏ 2͑2͍ ̻̚y͗e̔ar̠̀s̗̚ a̠g̱o
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    (̂Se̊p͖̓t́e͔m̜b̙̿ê̯r͊ 2͆2̦͂,̤̂ 19̰9͋7̗ͭ)̯̐

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  • Ũñr̮a̰ͦvel̖̾
  • Ũñr̮a̰ͦvel̖̾

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  • Thank you for +600 followers ❤️
  • Thank you for +600 followers ❤️

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  • (U-N-I)sex♥️
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  • Far away and the towering monument.
  • Far away and the towering monument.

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  • George Harrison, Eric Clapton, Billy Preston, Badfinger, Ringo Starr & Others Performing “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” Today Marks One Year I Have Been On This Account, It’s Incredible To See How Much It Has Grown. Thank You All ! Harrison sang the lead vocal on "Do You Want to Know a Secret" on the group's 1963 debut Please Please Me, and his first original song came later that year when "Don't Bother Me" showed up on With the Beatles. Over the next few years, he'd sing lead on songs either written by Lennon & McCartney or by one of his idols -- on 1964's Beatles for Sale, he sang Carl Perkins' "Everybody's Trying to Be My Baby" -- but generally gained attention for his nimble guitar, which alternately rang and stung. He started to emerge as a writing force in 1965 with songs on Help! and Rubber Soul -- the latter contained two noteworthy compositions in the sneering "Think for Yourself" and "If I Needed Someone" -- but in 1966 he made a forceful impression with Revolver's barbed "Taxman" and "Love You To," the latter indicating his newfound love for Indian music and culture and Eastern spirituality. Soon, the Beatles followed his lead on a pilgrimage to India in 1967, during which their manager Brian Epstein died, thereby setting the group off on a path toward its eventual dissolution. Harrison's increased artistic growth during this period certainly fueled the breakup. Upon returning from India, George entered a purple patch of creativity, producing more songs than he was allowed to feature for the band's 1968 double album, The Beatles. Tensions between the group members reached a boiling point during the sessions for Get Back, a project that was shelved and turned into Let It Be in early 1970, but the band got together for one last album in Abbey Road, a 1969 album bolstered by "Something," a Harrison ballad that turned into a modern standard almost immediately upon release.
  • George Harrison, Eric Clapton, Billy Preston, Badfinger, Ringo Starr & Others Performing “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” Today Marks One Year I Have Been On This Account, It’s Incredible To See How Much It Has Grown. Thank You All ! Harrison sang the lead vocal on "Do You Want to Know a Secret" on the group's 1963 debut Please Please Me, and his first original song came later that year when "Don't Bother Me" showed up on With the Beatles. Over the next few years, he'd sing lead on songs either written by Lennon & McCartney or by one of his idols -- on 1964's Beatles for Sale, he sang Carl Perkins' "Everybody's Trying to Be My Baby" -- but generally gained attention for his nimble guitar, which alternately rang and stung. He started to emerge as a writing force in 1965 with songs on Help! and Rubber Soul -- the latter contained two noteworthy compositions in the sneering "Think for Yourself" and "If I Needed Someone" -- but in 1966 he made a forceful impression with Revolver's barbed "Taxman" and "Love You To," the latter indicating his newfound love for Indian music and culture and Eastern spirituality. Soon, the Beatles followed his lead on a pilgrimage to India in 1967, during which their manager Brian Epstein died, thereby setting the group off on a path toward its eventual dissolution. Harrison's increased artistic growth during this period certainly fueled the breakup. Upon returning from India, George entered a purple patch of creativity, producing more songs than he was allowed to feature for the band's 1968 double album, The Beatles. Tensions between the group members reached a boiling point during the sessions for Get Back, a project that was shelved and turned into Let It Be in early 1970, but the band got together for one last album in Abbey Road, a 1969 album bolstered by "Something," a Harrison ballad that turned into a modern standard almost immediately upon release.

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  • twin peaks (1990)
  • twin peaks (1990)

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