Spreading more self hatred on this disappointing life.
Why the fuck did I even bother climbing out of bed today?
I need booze.
YOU NOW HAVE A SET OF REJECTED MADARA ON YOUR DASH.
He was all “Been a long time dude, what up?” And Hashirama is all “Gimme a second, gotta fight this thing.”
I’d have been way more pissed.
The Ship, circa 1943 by Salvador Dali
Apparition at Midnight, also known as Haunting at Midnight, etching by Albert Welti, Swiss, 1862-1912.
A painter of dreams, nightmares and scenes from Richard Wagner operas, Welti had been a student of Arnold Bocklin. He studied at the Munich Academy in Munich, Germany.
This etching was most recently in the auction house of Dobiaschofsky in Bern, Switzerland.
Must be reblogged like forever
The man, the legend. Silently bearing a burden which would have felled lesser men. All in the name of love.
Cosplay from this weekend’s cosplay picnic in Philadelphia’s Rittenhouse Square. Victoria Belmont’s cosplay of Mystique, from the Marvel universe. The character’s been a member of many teams throughout the years: X-Men, X-Factor, X-Corps, The Brotherhood, Brotherhood of Mutants, and the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants.
This is amazing.
The opposite is also true. When your son attempts suicide for the first time, maybe you’ll understand it’s a two way street, and will finally stop placing ALL the blame on males.
give a white girl a pencil and she will draw an eye thats literally all they do is draw fukin eyes
Do you know why this is? Because, newsflash, everyone does that. Do you know why THAT is? Because drawing one singular eye is easy to make look neat. And if you draw something that looks neat, it makes you feel special and appreciated and unique.
How about, next time, you stop being a sexist, racist, douche bag fuck?this fukin site i swear to god
People will soon have everything they have ever wanted, and even then they will not be satisfied.
Cute from the back…
I plan on it.
GIGS Maio de 2013
Scans by Kou-Rakuen
Would so love to see them again
Aurora Borealis is an 1865 painting by Frederic Edwin Church of the Aurora Borealis and the arctic expedition of Dr. Isaac Hayes. The painting measures 56 x 83 1/2 in. (142.3 x 212.2 cm) and is now owned by the Smithsonian American Art Museum.
The artist (Frederic Edwin Church) had to convey the experience of watching the aurora without having witnessed it himself.