1. lyxdelsic:

    mom, dad, I’m bi

    bilingual haha hasta luego bitches

    (via sticksandstonesand)

  2. bigbigtruck:



    Please Share This

    Thousands of Tumblr users have been misled by a post suggesting that an unidentified elementary school girl was battered and sexually assaulted by her classmates only to have authorities excuse it as “rough housing”. This story is awful and provokes anger amongst its readers, as it should. However it’s a LIE

    This article smelled “off” when I read it because it clearly stated that the mother withheld her daughter’s name to save her from humiliation. Which made the photo of the girl seem off. Why hide her name if you’ll show her face? That’s because this isn’t an article on CNN like the post suggests and that little girl isn’t a sexual assault victim. You’re looking at a photo of Makayla McEvoy. She was 7 when this photo was taken in 2012 after she survived a Kangaroo attack.

    Little miss McEvoy is an Australian animal attack survivor. She is NOT an American rape victim from Georgia (thank God)

    The artificial news story was fabricated by a Tumblr user called dropmycumberbritches (who now goes by vegetableighs since handing the account off to someone else to avoid heat) After posting the artificial story to raise awareness to Rape Culture, the Tumblr user then celebrated and sang their own praise. Luckily another Tumble user, untrue-posts, found the article, did some digging and reblogged the initial post with the real info.

    However, the original post is still picking up speed and is sitting comfortably at 20k+ posts. Please, spread this news and let everyone know that there is not a Georgian rape victim going uncared for. Instead, there’s a poor Australian girl who was attacked by a Kangaroo in 2012 who recovered, only to have her face used for some else’s agenda.

    please reblog, several people posted this story and it’s fucking horrible someone would use this as a prop.

    Just a reminder that folks on this site can make up whateverthefuck and people will believe and spread it. Sometimes it’s a story about a made up kid, and sometimes it’s dangerous lies about real people. 

    Check sources, y’all.

    (via sigmundfrood)


  3. "I love how your eyes close whenever you kiss me
    And when I’m away from you, I love how you miss me
    I love the way your kiss is always heavenly
    But darling, most of all, I love how you love me

    I love how your heart beats whenever I hold you
    I love how you think of me without being told to
    I love the way your touch is always tenderly
    But darling, most of all, I love how you love me

    I love how your eyes close each time that you kiss me
    And when I’m away from you, I love how you miss me
    I love the way your kiss is always heavenly
    But darling, most of all, I love how you love me”

    (Source: sadmusicforsadbastards, via theseviolentdelights)

  4. tastefullyoffensive:

    The Adventures of George Washington by LadyHistory [more]

    (via parkingstrange)

  5. (Source: mrnathandrake, via mrgolightly)


  6. sapta-loka:

    pink floyd - remember a day

    (Source: cwtae-worklikefuckuntilim65, via donchurroman)

  7. i-love-art:

    Translations Rose Wong

    graphite and digital

    Part of my final Senior thesis~

    (Source: rosewong.tumblr.xom, via donchurroman)


  8. lionessdonotweep:

    Happy day of the assassination of the archduke Franz Ferdinand! :)


    (via florizel-of-bohemia)


  10. allteensrelate:

    when your playlist on shuffle and your fave song comes on


    (via grilledcheezed)

  11. happylittleveganmite:

    Favourite juice bar at the markets.

    (via stoppromisingforever)

  12. tube-radio:

    Woman war worker in a woman’s boarding house listening to a murder mystery on the radio.

    Washington DC, January 1943.
    Author: Esther Bubley.
    More of her photos: http://secondat.blogspot.com/2009/06/esther-bubley.html
    Worth seeing!

    (via pricklylegs)

  13. sittinonthefloorwithmytambourine:

    Art Meme | Oscar-Claude Monet - Lilac Irises

    Monet began this work of art in 1914 and finished in 1917. The artist painted irises throughout his career because the iris was one of his favorite flowers. Lilac Irises is one of the last examples of his collection of irises. Monet wanted to document the French countryside in which he lived and to do so, he adopted a method of painting the same scene many times in order to capture the changing of light and the passing of the seasons. [x]

    (via prephamlet)


  14. fleeten:

    don’t stare at the moon too long or else you’ll remember that nothing in this stupid fucking world makes sense

    (via trekkybear)