I think Erich Hartmann is a totally gorgeous, typical German boy. He was the best fighter pilot in WW2. He has these beautiful bright blue eyes and I know this sounds a little weird, but I loved the shape of his nose. LOL. I don’t support the Nazis in any way. I just find Erich very attractive! :)

I think Erich Hartmann is a totally gorgeous, typical German boy. He was the best fighter pilot in WW2. He has these beautiful bright blue eyes and I know this sounds a little weird, but I loved the shape of his nose. LOL. I don’t support the Nazis in any way. I just find Erich very attractive! :)

Otto the first king of modern Greece,My female classmates and History class teacher say he’s quite a looker,don’t cha agree? 

Otto the first king of modern Greece,My female classmates and History class teacher say he’s quite a looker,don’t cha agree? 

George Llewelyn Davies, the oldest of the famous Llewelyn Davies boys who were the inspirations for J.M. Barrie’s work Peter Pan. And my gosh he was really attractive, along with his brothers and their father. Their mother was quite darling as well, such a lovely little family they had.

George Llewelyn Davies, the oldest of the famous Llewelyn Davies boys who were the inspirations for J.M. Barrie’s work Peter Pan. And my gosh he was really attractive, along with his brothers and their father. Their mother was quite darling as well, such a lovely little family they had.

Francis of Assisi
Not sure if it’s weird to have a crush on a Catholic saint? But this guy was amazing.
He came from a wealthy family, but gave up all of his belongings and decided to beg for a living. He later founded the Order of the Friars Minor (the Franciscans), became a peacemaker, and throughout his life he was opposed to the need to possess and accumulate. His alignment with the poor and marginalized has led many to consider him the most “Christ-like” man who ever lived.
I think anyone can learn something from him regardless of their beliefs. And I mean, let’s be real… he was probably pretty hot.

Francis of Assisi

Not sure if it’s weird to have a crush on a Catholic saint? But this guy was amazing.

He came from a wealthy family, but gave up all of his belongings and decided to beg for a living. He later founded the Order of the Friars Minor (the Franciscans), became a peacemaker, and throughout his life he was opposed to the need to possess and accumulate. His alignment with the poor and marginalized has led many to consider him the most “Christ-like” man who ever lived.

I think anyone can learn something from him regardless of their beliefs. And I mean, let’s be real… he was probably pretty hot.

I mean come on, look at this French poet! Arthur Rimbaud aka the man of my dreams, starting writing poetry at the age of 15. Often described as “infant Shakespeare” Rimbaud stopped writing poetry at the age of 20 for an unknown reason.  Thank you, Arthur Rimbaud for being the French poet of my dreams.  

I mean come on, look at this French poet! Arthur Rimbaud aka the man of my dreams, starting writing poetry at the age of 15. Often described as “infant Shakespeare” Rimbaud stopped writing poetry at the age of 20 for an unknown reason.  Thank you, Arthur Rimbaud for being the French poet of my dreams.  

The foxy Vladimir Sergeyevich Solovyov. A Russian philosopher who is also believed to be one of the sources for Dostoyevsky’s characters Alyosha Karamazov and Ivan Karamazov from The Brothers Karamazov.

The foxy Vladimir Sergeyevich Solovyov. A Russian philosopher who is also believed to be one of the sources for Dostoyevsky’s characters Alyosha Karamazov and Ivan Karamazov from The Brothers Karamazov.

An apparently unknown soldier from the Vietnam War. Has been claimed to be a photo of Larry Wayne Chaffin; no confirmation from my research. But he’s hot as all fuck.

An apparently unknown soldier from the Vietnam War. Has been claimed to be a photo of Larry Wayne Chaffin; no confirmation from my research. But he’s hot as all fuck.

Today I had a lecture on Erasmus, and our teacher showed us this portrait (which, according to letters from friends, was very true to nature). 
I don’t even know why I like him so much. I guess it is because he has a very kind look about him. Also, he was very smart and had humour (as shown in his most well-known work, The Praise of Folly), which definitely increases everyone’s good looks…

Today I had a lecture on Erasmus, and our teacher showed us this portrait (which, according to letters from friends, was very true to nature). 

I don’t even know why I like him so much. I guess it is because he has a very kind look about him. Also, he was very smart and had humour (as shown in his most well-known work, The Praise of Folly), which definitely increases everyone’s good looks…


  Dolly Wilde was famous primarily by her family connections (she was the niece of OScar Wilde) and her reputation as a witty conversationalist. In 1914, she travelled to France in order to drive an ambulance in World War I. Although she “revelled in” attracting both men and women, Wilde was primarily, if not entirely, gay, becoming a central part of Natalie Barney’s lesbian salon. She was, perhaps, more like her uncle than his own sons were - both in looks and wit - writing and pages of letters filled with Wildean wit to lovers, friends and ‘emergency seductees’. Though she wrote letters and told stories It seems all her life the only project she seemed to be able to create was Dolly Wilde: “I see something, I can’t express it.”
  She became addicted to heroin, cocaine and alcohol and was, in 1938, diagnosed with breast cancer. She died of a heroin and paraldehyde overdose in a London hotel room in 1941. She left nothing behind but her letters and vague memories of her.

  Dolly Wilde was famous primarily by her family connections (she was the niece of OScar Wilde) and her reputation as a witty conversationalist. In 1914, she travelled to France in order to drive an ambulance in World War I. Although she “revelled in” attracting both men and women, Wilde was primarily, if not entirely, gay, becoming a central part of Natalie Barney’s lesbian salon. She was, perhaps, more like her uncle than his own sons were - both in looks and wit - writing and pages of letters filled with Wildean wit to lovers, friends and ‘emergency seductees’. Though she wrote letters and told stories It seems all her life the only project she seemed to be able to create was Dolly Wilde: “I see something, I can’t express it.”

  She became addicted to heroin, cocaine and alcohol and was, in 1938, diagnosed with breast cancer. She died of a heroin and paraldehyde overdose in a London hotel room in 1941. She left nothing behind but her letters and vague memories of her.

Amadeo de Souza Cardoso  (1887 – 1918) was a Portuguese artist, part of the modern generation.
More info; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amadeo_de_Souza_Cardoso

Amadeo de Souza Cardoso  (1887 – 1918) was a Portuguese artist, part of the modern generation.

More info; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amadeo_de_Souza_Cardoso