symphny:

even though i don’t get to go to the beach often, it’s hands down one of my favorite places to be. to experience. to cherish. to bask in His glory. i love being able to experience that next to the shimmering sea.

symphny:

even though i don’t get to go to the beach often, it’s hands down one of my favorite places to be. to experience. to cherish. to bask in His glory. i love being able to experience that next to the shimmering sea.

(Source: stefanoancea)

(Reblogged from friedriceconnoisseur)

bullshit-desu:

"It’s good to see you too, old friend."

(Reblogged from onewhositswiththeturtles)

shiraglassman:

dragons don’t ever really leave their princesses
(and their princesses never really want them to go)

If I didn’t reblog this the earth would crash into the sun.


Seriously, how perfect is this for me???

(Source: floydllawton)

(Reblogged from ang3lsh1)

from a letter to someone who was recovering from major surgery:

“Look for a different kind of toughness in yourself now. Like dogs that always pee on the same places, we keep going back to the same strengths (and weaknesses) in our selves whenever we’re faced with and trying to overcome new problems. But you are not the same person you were pre-illness, pre-operation. You’re someone else now with different strengths and weaknesses resulting from that horrible experience. Whether you recognize it or not, this new you needs a new, realigned perspective to continue. If for some reason a person can’t walk down stairs anymore, rather than waste their energy being angry or fearful because of this new limitation, better to spend that energy looking for an elevator. The same fundamental You still exists and always will, but parts have changed or shifted in profound ways that you must now discover and work from. Those old tried and true methods that got you through life in the past are no longer applicable.You should try to discard them, or at least give them less emphasis. Once you recognize and accept that, I think you’ll be on your way to new strength.

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frageile:

i love this

frageile:

i love this

(Source: thelastfreeunicorn)

(Reblogged from lovelyaiko)

badblud:

Why would you do this to me?

(Source: mrdittomansir)

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asylum-art:

Dripping of sculptures by Adrien Coroller

Adrien COROLLER is an artist who likes to play with wood and its aspects to contradict the physical characteristics.
He made 2011 a series of sculptures called Heartwood, the heartwood is the internal part of the wood, corresponding to the increase in the oldest areas formed, no longer contain living cells. Also called “heart wood” or “heartwood”, it is a hard wood, compact, dense, dry rot.
This is in contradiction with all these qualities and fun that the artist gives us the impression that his wooden frames are melting as if they were made of chocolate.

"Every act of creation is first an act of destruction."
Pablo Picasso

(Reblogged from thingssheloves)

pierced-fattie:

'fat is unhealthy' well k then show me your 'healthy' skinny ass doing it then

(Source: mynameisjessamyn)

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omgthatdress:

We always see women’s historical lingerie, but men’s undies are not that common… Here’s something from 1910. Gotta love them sock garters <3

(Reblogged from omgthatdress)

penis-hilton:

me trying to get my life together

(Source: brian-ws)

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littlelimpstiff14u2:

The Extraordinary Biro Pen Art of Enham Bosakah

Enham Lives and works in Ghana ( Africa )

As I grew older, I had to fulfill the dream within me which was producing art. I went to the University, studied art, got my degree and decided to have a feel of the reality on the field of practice before I plunged into a Masters of Fine Arts degree. I eventually got disappointed going in with so much energy and optimism but with no funds. But then, I had a pen and paper, a perfect media, I thought. That was how it all begun. And I am doing very well now.

There is no name for the style of drawing I do. There are a lot of lines and minute squares. I have not named my style as I will always change it, I didn’t want to keep to one confinement. It’s a freestyle.

I work in the evening, late in the night where I can draw without interruption. I can come back to a painting after a long time, unless I am commissioned to do a piece for a client. I do what I feel like doing at what time. But roughly, it takes about 3-4 days to make a piece.

Behance

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stripperina:

ryden-gg:

bankruptspermbank:

ryden-gg:

some helpful reminders about sex workers ♥

If sex workers aren’t selling their bodies, what are they selling?

their time, the sexual experience that they’re having/creating, and the products that they create.

After we are finished providing someone with our services, we still have our bodies. Patriarchy says that when a woman has sex, all or part of her body belongs to the person she slept with. We say that’s bullshit. Our bodies now and forever belong to us and us alone.

(Source: rydenarmani)

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listoflifehacks:

thebooksaregreat741:

tomlinsonbanter:

asovietwarbear:

au8:

If you aren’t following ListOfLifeHacks

WHY
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THE
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FUCK
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NOT
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last one is obviously the most important.

I literally saved the last one for future reference/

these are the only facts yo ever need to know

And there’s more life hacks like these here

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