how i feel walking through the weights section at the gym

bella-suicidio:

sad black and white blog, i follow back similar 

bella-suicidio:

sad black and white blog, i follow back similar 

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tibets:

IM SCREAMING

tibets:

IM SCREAMING

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captainshroom:

dirtofficial:

I’m not going to fight in the skeleton war because I do not support the skeleton military industrial complex or skeleton imperialism sorry

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hifructosemag:

The forces of good and evil clash in an apocalyptic new group show, “The Fall of the Watchers,” at Philadelphia’s Arch Enemy Arts. The concept of the exhibit was inspired by the Book of Enoch, an ancient Jewish text that details the tale of the Watchers, angels sent to Earth and subsequently corrupted by humanity’s hedonistic ways. While the work in “The Fall of the Watchers” is not overtly religious or even moralistic, artists like David Seidman, Caitlin Hackett, Chris Mars and Maria Teicher created a creeping, ominous mood reflective of the show’s inspiration. The participants vary greatly in style and media — from watercolor to miniature sculpture — but their work shares an underlying tension and sense of foreboding. “The Fall of the Watchers” is on view through November 2. Take a look at some work from the show on Hi-Fructose.

hifructosemag:

The forces of good and evil clash in an apocalyptic new group show, “The Fall of the Watchers,” at Philadelphia’s Arch Enemy Arts. The concept of the exhibit was inspired by the Book of Enoch, an ancient Jewish text that details the tale of the Watchers, angels sent to Earth and subsequently corrupted by humanity’s hedonistic ways. While the work in “The Fall of the Watchers” is not overtly religious or even moralistic, artists like David Seidman, Caitlin Hackett, Chris Mars and Maria Teicher created a creeping, ominous mood reflective of the show’s inspiration. The participants vary greatly in style and media — from watercolor to miniature sculpture — but their work shares an underlying tension and sense of foreboding. “The Fall of the Watchers” is on view through November 2. Take a look at some work from the show on Hi-Fructose.

slobbering:

Hey, who turned on the light?

slobbering:

Hey, who turned on the light?

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[High School kids] should stop reading Bukowski, and they should stop listening to people who tell them to read Bukowski.

Nick Cave (Rolling Stone, August 1994)

THANK YOU

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xangeoudemonx:

Lindsey Backstage at Fendi Spring 2015.

xangeoudemonx:

Lindsey Backstage at Fendi Spring 2015.

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The year is…some year. Let’s say the present. Yellow cake uranium sits, waiting to be sold, in a foreign country. The leader hides himself away, fearing assassination - as he should, because that’s how the country works. It’s kind of a stupid country. And well he should worry, for…

mcfairy:

if cicadas can sleep for 17 years and then wake up only to scream and fuck so can i

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