1. halorvic:

Apparently I didn’t make this as clear as I thought I did, so in the interests of clarification:

    halorvic:

    Apparently I didn’t make this as clear as I thought I did, so in the interests of clarification:

    image

  2. sitcorn:

    hey remember that law i forget exactly how it goes but its something along the lines of ‘if you murder someone you go to jail’ whatever happened to that? is that still a thing

    Reblogged from: bryarly
  3. faxmachine:

    I think the reason why the phrase “I’m not like most girls” annoys me so much is because women have been conditioned to feel like they have to disassociate themselves from the female gender to be recognised as an interesting human being and if that isn’t fucked up then I don’t know what is

    Reblogged from: diavalfucker
  4. too-asexy:

    image

    Reblogged from: diavalfucker
  5. fakestan:

    me: *speaking to my child* you can do any career you want its completely up to you

    my child: i wanna be a police officer

    me: no bitch pick another one

    Reblogged from: whatsacanada
  6. raiseyourguard:

holywerd:

galixies:

wild

Are you fucking kidding me

here, and here

    raiseyourguard:

    holywerd:

    galixies:

    wild

    Are you fucking kidding me

    here, and here

    Reblogged from: tissuebox
  7. candynecklaces:

    cliffhangers are so

    Reblogged from: whatsacanada
  8. Istanbul’s amazing book benches

    Benches placed in puclic places such as parks and bus tops all over the city. The project covers the works of 18 classic Turkish authors and each bench is opened in the most memorable page of the book.

    Sources: 1, 2

    Reblogged from: diavalfucker
  9. ojirawel:

    officialunitedstates:

    sail boats are the easiest thing to steal ever because they don’t have a key because there is no engine.  all you need is a sound knowledge of the wind and a yearning to conquer the seas

      [x]

    Reblogged from: retroactivebakeries
  10. asylum-art:

    High Society Art Dolls by Alexandra Koukinova

    Exquisitely detailed brocade patterning and rich costume fabrics are joined together in these elegant art dolls by Russian artisan Alexandra Koukinova.

    These ladies have been attired in striking early art deco fashion style, something you’ll hardly expect to encounter these days! The look gives me a strong nostalgic feeling, similar to the kind you get when you see old black and white films with flickering noise and a staccato framerate.

    Alas, the male fashion of that period appears to be of the more mundane suit and optional hat variety, which leaves the exhibition here exclusive to the fairer sex. One final note – the source for the specimens featured here is not readily apparent, but you can find their section tucked away in the Museum section

    Reblogged from: asylum-art
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