that point in no sleeping when you vividly hear things that arent actually happning is probs the only part i dont like apar from not sleepign i want to sleep

tagged: //whinge 

bhzr:

Tyler and Mac

yungneako:

the number of times i think “i don’t care” while people are talking to me is really getting out of hand

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i want to know how many hours ive spent reading about conspiracy theories ever

karborn:

untitled. fibonacci spiral. single line.
unfinished idea experiment. progression.
karborn 2013

karborn:

untitled. fibonacci spiral. single line.

unfinished idea experiment. progression.

karborn 2013

insanity-and-vanity:

"Don’t call me ‘baby.’ I’m not your ‘baby.’"
Scarface (1983)

insanity-and-vanity:

"Don’t call me ‘baby.’ I’m not your ‘baby.’"

Scarface (1983)

tagged: //bb 
Anonymous asked: Favourite artist? music and art ?

phoebe stop asking me shit to make me feel less unloved u turd  

tagged: //Anonymous 
sierramckenzie:

This is hard for me to post but I feel like it is important. I remember hating my face and hating my skin and looking at all the girls around me in middle school and on tv and in ads and feeling like I was a monstrosity in comparison. But I remember the first time I realized women plucked their eyebrows. And wore concealer. And foundation. And powder. I felt like I had been lied to about what women look like. After modeling and realizing when photographers asked for no makeup, they really meant the photo on the right. I started realizing that the photo on the right was what was in skincare ads and posted by people claiming in the caption to be wearing no makeup some of the time. The photo on the right is the bare minimum of what we expect women to look like when they wake up in the morning. I think makeup can be empowering, but I think that acknowledging that it isn’t natural is important. Modeling and wearing makeup so often makes me especially feel like its important to sometimes be uncomfortably honest about how much of the media we consume is altered in some way. Part of me wanted to wait until my skin was better to do this concept but I realized that was totally missing the point. Thanks for taking the time to read.Photography and Graphic Design by Mark Laubenheimer.

sierramckenzie:

This is hard for me to post but I feel like it is important. 

I remember hating my face and hating my skin and looking at all the girls around me in middle school and on tv and in ads and feeling like I was a monstrosity in comparison. But I remember the first time I realized women plucked their eyebrows. And wore concealer. And foundation. And powder. I felt like I had been lied to about what women look like. After modeling and realizing when photographers asked for no makeup, they really meant the photo on the right. I started realizing that the photo on the right was what was in skincare ads and posted by people claiming in the caption to be wearing no makeup some of the time. The photo on the right is the bare minimum of what we expect women to look like when they wake up in the morning. 

I think makeup can be empowering, but I think that acknowledging that it isn’t natural is important. Modeling and wearing makeup so often makes me especially feel like its important to sometimes be uncomfortably honest about how much of the media we consume is altered in some way. 

Part of me wanted to wait until my skin was better to do this concept but I realized that was totally missing the point. 

Thanks for taking the time to read.

Photography and Graphic Design by Mark Laubenheimer.

kimyas asked: just wanted to let u kno that u are a sweet baby potato

um who the fk r u wtf

tagged: //kimyas 

i just need like a 3 year break from life or something and ill be all g for a while i reckon

tagged: //whinge 

highs0ciety:

arabbara:

R.I.P. The 2976 American people that lost their lives on 9/11 and R.I.P. the 48,644 Afghan and 1,690,903 Iraqi and 35000 Pakistani people that paid the ultimate price for a crime they did not commit

this is the only september 11th post I’m reblogging