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Amazing Compass Tattoo Ideas | Best Tattoo 2015, designs and ideas for men .I'm getting this tattoo but higher on my forearm. ..if you want to see it with a few modifications check www.tattoospedia.com

'Only promise me one thing. Don't take me home until I'm drunk.' Audrey Hepburn Breakfast at Tiffany's Holly Golightly

Men and young boys stand outside one of the many lodging Houses, or Doss Houses as they were known, in London's East End, 1880s.

Men and young boys stand outside one of the many lodging Houses, or Doss Houses as they were known, in London's East End, 1880s.

Cane Hill Asylum, Britain  Cane Hill Was completed in 1882 and at its peak held a maximum of 2000 patents. It was considered at the time to be a prime example for the treatment of the mentally ill. Largely unchanged this imposing Victorian asylum continued to serve the Surrey area for the next century.

Cane Hill Asylum, Britain Cane Hill Was completed in 1882 and at its peak held a maximum of 2000 patents. It was considered at the time to be a prime example for the treatment of the mentally ill. Largely unchanged this imposing Victorian asylum continued to serve the Surrey area for the next century.

Earning a crust: A young peanut seller captured at work. A curious photo archivist from Newcastle stumbled on an amazing treasure trove of street photographs which capture the city's Victorian residents going about their daily lives.      Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2122864/Pictures-times-past-Photographs-discovered-abandoned-box-fascinating-insight-19th-Century-city-life-Britain.html#ixzz1qiuwYc7P

Earning a crust: A young peanut seller captured at work. A curious photo archivist from Newcastle stumbled on an amazing treasure trove of street photographs which capture the city's Victorian residents going about their daily lives. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2122864/Pictures-times-past-Photographs-discovered-abandoned-box-fascinating-insight-19th-Century-city-life-Britain.html#ixzz1qiuwYc7P