1. Don’t be creepy

    Don’t be creepy

  2. I love Jezebel and it’s commenters so much. 

    Confused Cats on Tumblr

  3. baylenlevore:

I did this tattoo. It’s just a bee tattoo. Instead of taking the time to add the credits this girl put in some Jack Johnson lyrics. PINTREST IS THE WORST

    baylenlevore:

    I did this tattoo. It’s just a bee tattoo. Instead of taking the time to add the credits this girl put in some Jack Johnson lyrics. PINTREST IS THE WORST

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  4. wonderlandtattoospdx:

    Wrapped up a fantastic week at Wonderland Tattoo w/ guest artists David Hale and Kris Davidson!!!  Made friends w/ hard style!!!  

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  5. liartownusa:

Awake & Bake! Magazine

    liartownusa:

    Awake & Bake! Magazine

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  6. Quinn relaxing with his good pal Morrisey.

  7. panicsinlondon:

    In my senior year of college I was taking Evolutionary  Biology for a capstone. Out of the twenty or so students in the class there were five pregnant women that were on their second or third child. One day I had a meeting in the same building so I came to class about twenty minutes early. When I walked in there were all those women having a discussion on how to eat the placenta. Long story shorty, blender that thing into a smoothie for optimal tastiness. 

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  8. internetbadgirls:

Trish Keenan

    internetbadgirls:

    Trish Keenan

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  9. 
Chloë Sevigny and Harmony Korine in Kids (1995)

    Chloë Sevigny and Harmony Korine in Kids (1995)

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  10. skindeeptales:

Sam Smith

    skindeeptales:

    Sam Smith

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  11. m-aniere:

send me your writing (poems, stories, doodles etc.) I would love to read it all 

    m-aniere:

    send me your writing (poems, stories, doodles etc.) I would love to read it all 

    Reblogged from: theclassyissue
  12. pinartfolio:

    Flower beards

    (more)

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  13. Before Inception there was eXistenZ. Here's an infographic : movies

  14. Existenz

  15. thedissolve:


“Taking cues from Gulliver’s Travels, Fantastic Planet considers what it means to be human by taking humanity out of its usual context. Way out of it. The humans who have survived some unspecified disaster on Earth live as wild creatures, and occasionally as pets, of the Draags, blue-skinned, big-eyed humanoids with little regard for the little people they call Oms. As the film opens, a young Om mother runs with her infant son, attempting to climb a hill, only to be repeatedly flicked down to its base by a giant finger. A later shot reveals that the finger belongs to a Draag child, treating the Oms the way human children treat ants—as amusing playthings whose lives are of little consequence. After their rough play kills the mother, an adolescent Draag named Tiva, daughter of the Draags’ Great Master, takes the orphaned baby home, dresses him up, and names him Terr, never considering that her actions could have momentous consequences.”

This month’s Laser Age column three intriguing outliers of the late-’60s/early-’70s science-fiction wave, including “head film with an agenda” Fantastic Planet. [Read more…]

    thedissolve:

    “Taking cues from Gulliver’s TravelsFantastic Planet considers what it means to be human by taking humanity out of its usual context. Way out of it. The humans who have survived some unspecified disaster on Earth live as wild creatures, and occasionally as pets, of the Draags, blue-skinned, big-eyed humanoids with little regard for the little people they call Oms. As the film opens, a young Om mother runs with her infant son, attempting to climb a hill, only to be repeatedly flicked down to its base by a giant finger. A later shot reveals that the finger belongs to a Draag child, treating the Oms the way human children treat ants—as amusing playthings whose lives are of little consequence. After their rough play kills the mother, an adolescent Draag named Tiva, daughter of the Draags’ Great Master, takes the orphaned baby home, dresses him up, and names him Terr, never considering that her actions could have momentous consequences.”

    This month’s Laser Age column three intriguing outliers of the late-’60s/early-’70s science-fiction wave, including “head film with an agenda” Fantastic Planet. [Read more…]

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