heretic-hag:

westerninfluence:

glassescat:

OK SO I WAS AT THE FABRIC STORE AND I WALKED BY SOME MEMORIAL DAY THEMED FABRIC AND 

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WHAT THE HELL IS THIS

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WHY ARE THE ABS SO DETAILED AND NOT THE FACE WHAT

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OMFG LINCOLN LOOKS LIKE EDWARD CULLEN WITH A BEARD I CAN’T DEAL WITH THIS SHIT

I HAVE A DRESS MADE OUT OF THIS FABRIC AND I GOT TO BE IN A PARADE BECAUSE OF IT

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This
Is
Hillllaaaaarrrrious

"We are used to ignoring our own bodies. “These carrots are too spicy” we complained as a child, only to be told no, they were sweet, that the music wasn’t too loud, nobody can hear lights, what you are experiencing is invalid. We heard: you are invalid. You do not experience the world the same way as everyone else, and therefore, your experience is wrong. You learn to ignore the ever-present pain because nothing can be done about it, but then you have a kidney infection and others get mad at you for not noticing sooner. But why should you trust your body when it is always wrong?"
— “Scarred,” by Kate at Thinking Autism (via disabilityhistory)

So much.

(via deducecanoe)

This every time.

thouartadeadthing:

Photo by Joe Bonomo.

  1. Camera: Nikon D200
  2. Aperture: f/3.8
  3. Exposure: 1/2th
  4. Focal Length: 35mm

(Source: triste-sirene)

datakin:

labels are for soup cans and queer kids who want to know that they aren’t alone

vodkaslumber:

Those were the days

(Source: stylinfcuk)

photorator:

Abandoned school bus cultivates moss on the side of the road in Puerto Rico

mccoymedical:

ep0nine:

if you’re ever feeling sad, just remember that according to the infinite multiverse theory, there is a universe out there in which you are a member of starfleet and have probably saved the world at least once

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mpdrolet:

Agecroft Powerstation, Salford, 1983

John Davies

prettycolors:

#ab445e

atomictantrum:

🍒

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