Little Spoon.

Red lipstick. Haikus.
High heels.

letsbangniall:

single greatest tweet

letsbangniall:

single greatest tweet

(via thefuuuucomics)

comcasting:

My grandpa texted for the first time in his life today and he spit straight wisdom out of the keyboard

comcasting:

My grandpa texted for the first time in his life today and he spit straight wisdom out of the keyboard

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azura-skye:

Game of Thrones memes are a goldmine, i tell you.

once again, all artwork = not mine

tyrion lannister for king

(via microwavable-irony)

heelchorus:

» Terry De Havilland Gemma dagger heel

heelchorus:

» Terry De Havilland Gemma dagger heel

(via evil-impulses)

flourishtodecay:

whatevelyn:

I NEED NEED NEED NEED NEED THIS IN MY LIFE ASAP THERE IS NO TIME TO LOSE

Gorman makes me want to cry.

flourishtodecay:

whatevelyn:

I NEED NEED NEED NEED NEED THIS IN MY LIFE ASAP THERE IS NO TIME TO LOSE

Gorman makes me want to cry.

(via excrutiate)

great writers are indecent people
they live unfairly
saving the best part for paper.

good human beings save the world
so that bastards like me can keep creating art,
become immortal.
if you read this after I am dead
it means I made it.

—   Charles BukowskiThe People Look Like Flowers at Last (via feellng)

(via maggiepies)

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The Library of Congress has made a ton of images available of women working during WWII — actual real-life riveting Rosies. You can see a bunch more at Stuff Mom Never Told You.

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bluewalltack:

tahthetrickster:

bespectacledbisexual:

i like that we say “oh, man” to express disappointment

because men are disappointing

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oh man

(via rosemaryanne)

It can be easy to forget that the University still functions as a capitalistic machine, extracting all of our energy to the very last drop until we are dwindled bodies, robotically producing. In this sense, it does well in preparing us for the capitalist job market. I ask that we remind ourselves of this, and question whether we are willfully participating in, and internalizing, the ways capitalism associates our human worth with the amount of production they can extract from us.

When I recognized I was subconsciously embodying capitalistic values of extraction, I began to feel very depressed and ashamed. I did not want to, consciously or unconsciously, be an agent or tool of oppression. Eventually, I realized that I had to be patient and compassionate with myself – two traits I will forever be in the process of learning.

nevver:

Things I WOULD Wish Upon My Enemies Part II

salma:

some yellow things in my room!!

(via excrutiate)