Raimi Simone

Mar 8
“There’s two kinds of women—those you write poems about and those you don’t.”

Jeffrey McDaniel  (via beautyisanillusion)

two kinds of women???? i wouldn’t write a poem about any of the bitches that reblogged this, cocky ass bitches

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every girl? i’m a girl and i like being honked at
maybe you’d be happier if you gave them a nice little curtsey in response and stopped assuming you were a victim in every situation (hello: guys do not honk at you to scare you. at least not most of them.  not everyone is an asshole)
if getting sexual attention embarrasses you then you might want to work on being more comfortable with your sexuality, because sex is a huge part of life and it’s not going to go away

every girl? i’m a girl and i like being honked at

maybe you’d be happier if you gave them a nice little curtsey in response and stopped assuming you were a victim in every situation (hello: guys do not honk at you to scare you. at least not most of them.  not everyone is an asshole)

if getting sexual attention embarrasses you then you might want to work on being more comfortable with your sexuality, because sex is a huge part of life and it’s not going to go away

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skinned-teen:

“Sorry For All The Mess”: Teen Commits Suicide as Performance Art
A troubled 19-year-old stabbed himself to death on stage at an open mic night after playing a song called Sorry For All the Mess.
Kipp Rusty Walker repeatedly plunged the six-inch blade into his chest as the audience clapped and cheered in the mistaken belief it was piece of performance art.
But when he collapsed in a pool of his own blood they started screaming in horror and rushed to help him, but his wounds were too severe and he died soon after.
One of Walker’s friends said that he had been planning to kill himself in a public place for some time: “It was almost like he wanted to prove a point, like there’s no point in being scared of death because it’s going to happen to us anyway.”

skinned-teen:

“Sorry For All The Mess”: Teen Commits Suicide as Performance Art

A troubled 19-year-old stabbed himself to death on stage at an open mic night after playing a song called Sorry For All the Mess.

Kipp Rusty Walker repeatedly plunged the six-inch blade into his chest as the audience clapped and cheered in the mistaken belief it was piece of performance art.

But when he collapsed in a pool of his own blood they started screaming in horror and rushed to help him, but his wounds were too severe and he died soon after.

One of Walker’s friends said that he had been planning to kill himself in a public place for some time: “It was almost like he wanted to prove a point, like there’s no point in being scared of death because it’s going to happen to us anyway.”

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Mar 7

kalemason:

fastcompany:

The cold of your fridge is actually ruining a lot of your (expensive, local, bought at the farmer’s market) produce. An artist’s project finds ways to use the way fruits and vegetables spoil to keep them fresh, the old-fashioned way.

Read on->

pragmatic + modern design. love it.

hehh i love this

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If you’re a “nice guy” to a girl up until you realize she doesn’t want to date you, then go on about how she’s a cold shrew that friend-zoned you and how no girls date nice guys, like, nah mate, girls do date nice guys.
You just aren’t a nice guy. You’re a passive aggressive beta with internalized misogyny and a serious victim complex.

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what a great lady

what a great lady

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thats wassup

thats wassup

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Mar 6

humanflower:

Somewhere in Louisiana by Tamara Lichtenstein

Mystical, dreamlike.


Mar 5

i should have submitted my facebook status for the cooper union “density” prompt oohh my god. -___-


skinned-teen:

The American sculptor Kris Kuksi embodies the result of the thanatic coupling of God and War. 

skinned-teen:

The American sculptor Kris Kuksi embodies the result of the thanatic coupling of God and War. 


p-a-i-n-f-u-l:

nohopewithdope:

this photograph intrigues me so much! why isn’t this the most famous photo from 9/11 instead of the falling man? isn’t 2 people holding hands after jumping more significant than 1 man? it makes me wonder what the story is behind this photo, were they friends or lovers? or just strangers who were too scared to jump alone? it shows that people need a helping hand even in their final moments, i love it. 

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p-a-i-n-f-u-l:

nohopewithdope:

this photograph intrigues me so much! why isn’t this the most famous photo from 9/11 instead of the falling man? isn’t 2 people holding hands after jumping more significant than 1 man? it makes me wonder what the story is behind this photo, were they friends or lovers? or just strangers who were too scared to jump alone? it shows that people need a helping hand even in their final moments, i love it. 

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