sloppy:

plizm:

rondraper:

LMAO OK

FFFUCK FUCKING FUCK ME

idc that he doesn’t shower

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mallgothphase:

bratty-a:



“Emma, 13, and her friends talk to boys on the Internet during her birthday party, Edina, Minesota.”





Legit sleepover activity

mallgothphase:

bratty-a:

“Emma, 13, and her friends talk to boys on the Internet during her birthday party, Edina, Minesota.”

Legit sleepover activity

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personalswear:

Fka Twigs kill’em babe

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ginnymydear:

DUUUUUUDE

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likeafieldmouse:

Elena Chernyshova - Days of Night - Nights of Day (2012-13)

Artist’s statement: 

Days of Night - Nights of Day is about the daily life of the inhabitants of Norilsk, a mining city northernmost of the polar circle with a population of more than 170,000. 

The city, its mines and metallurgical factories were constructed by prisoners of the Gulag. With 60% of the present population involved in the industrial process, this documentary aims to investigate human adaptation to extreme climate, ecological disaster and isolation.

Norilsk is the 7th most polluted city in the world. The average temperature is -10C, reaching lows of -55C in winter, when for two months the city is plunged into polar night. The living conditions of the people of Norilsk are unique, making their plight incomparable.”

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cotonblanc:

knitwear details, fall winter 2005, raf simons

cotonblanc:

knitwear details, fall winter 2005, raf simons

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nativeamericannews:

In 1821, #Sequoyah revealed a written version of the #CherokeeLanguage, called a syllabary. The syllabary was the greatest cultural and educational gift for the Cherokees. http://bit.ly/164Epf8

nativeamericannews:

In 1821, #Sequoyah revealed a written version of the #CherokeeLanguage, called a syllabary. The syllabary was the greatest cultural and educational gift for the Cherokees. http://bit.ly/164Epf8

(via linguisten)

lesyeuxchats:

(c) Jane Woolf 

Jellyfishs, Vancouver, Aquarium

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No pain, No Gain., 2009
Thomas Mailaender

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oldbookillustrations:

W. L. Busse’s bookplate, by Paul Voigt.
From Modern book-plates and their designers, winter number of The Studio, London, 1898.
(Source: archive.org)

oldbookillustrations:

W. L. Busse’s bookplate, by Paul Voigt.

From Modern book-plates and their designers, winter number of The Studio, London, 1898.

(Source: archive.org)

"Dad, what are you doing with those cokes?" "I’m throwing them, son." "Why and why you take the sand in the truck?" "Son, you say that you want to stay at the beach." "Not anymore dad, a promise is a promise." "I’m taking the sand and put it in your bathroom so that you can do it like you were in the beach." "Thank you dad, you are the best."


My Love #19 (1972) (via)

My Love #19 (1972) (via)

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