Random thoughts, reblogs of cool, amusing or rage inciting posts, things that make me snicker and pretty pretty people that I like to look at.

I use the tag 'trigger' or 'trigger warning' for those who need them, HOWEVER I do not label them any further than that. Life does not come with warning labels.

Link for donating to the "buy a body" fund for school:
http://www.lookingbackwards.net/katrina.html

1st September 2014

Post reblogged from take my body with 1,631 notes

mulders:

you would think the scariest thing about the x-files would be the monsters or the demons or the ghosts or whatever but no, the scariest thing is actually the group of old white men who control everything and i think that’s really telling

Tagged: xfilesthe truth is out there

1st September 2014

Photoset reblogged from Inclusive Streetstyle with 18,342 notes

inclusivestreetstyle:

20 Plus Size Fashion Bloggers at Sizes US 24+

Tagged: modelsfashion

30th August 2014

Photoset reblogged from The Mustache Chronicles with 10,881 notes

smilelikeyougotnothingtolose:

Cleavon Little did not know Gene was going to say that. The laughter is genuine.

Tagged: clevon littlemel brooksblazing saddlesgene wilder

Source: smallnartless

25th August 2014

Photoset reblogged from Je suis La Dork with 76,268 notes

alsoartsistra:

rinpin:

devinchee:

the-writers-ramblings:

xveritaxx:

Hugh Jackman as Gaston in Beauty and the Beast on Broadwa

NO ONE STEALS BREAD LIKE GASTON

PAINTS EGGS LIKE GASTON

OR SLICES UP BAD GUYS WITH CLAWS LIKE GASTON

I tried not to reblog this but I couldn’t, not after you just made a Les Miserables, Rise of the Guardians and Wolverine reference.

Source: xveritaxx

24th August 2014

Photo reblogged from Jackdaw's Pocketbook with 12,328 notes

Source: cripplethebitch

23rd August 2014

Photo reblogged from ☮ Lunatic ☥ Fringe ☯ with 1,144 notes

xeauty:

Castlerigg Stone Circle, Cumbria, England by Chris Beesley on Flickr.

xeauty:

Castlerigg Stone Circle, Cumbria, England by Chris Beesley on Flickr.

Source: xeauty

23rd August 2014

Quote reblogged from Sharpest Rose with 55,536 notes

The reality is that fat people are often supported in hating their bodies, in starving themselves, in engaging in unsafe exercise, and in seeking out weight loss by any means necessary. A thin person who does these things is considered mentally ill. A fat person who does these things is redeemed by them. This is why our culture has no concept of a fat person who also has an eating disorder. If you’re fat, it’s not an eating disorder — it’s a lifestyle change.

Lesley Kinzel (via mustangblood)

Tagged: fat politics

Source: rawwomen

23rd August 2014

Photo reblogged from Dreaming Mappist with 4,265 notes

ofgeography:

queenlyanna:

Do you ever just get something and think: This. This is it. This is my new favourite thing.

#make a snide remark and then get drunk (via)

reblogging for Tinkerpunk :)

ofgeography:

queenlyanna:

Do you ever just get something and think: This. This is it. This is my new favourite thing.

 (via)

reblogging for Tinkerpunk :)

Tagged: shakespeareromeo and juliette

Source: queenlyanna

23rd August 2014

Video reblogged from Jackdaw's Pocketbook with 1,160 notes

fyqueerlatinxs:

"Loving the Bony Lady"

Arely Gonzalez’s bedroom is dominated by a giant altar; at its center a skeleton draped in jewelry and dressed in a sparkling jade gown. She is La Santa Muerte—The Holy Death—the object of Gonzalez’s affection, a powerful ally in a precarious life and a source of comfort—even miracles, some say—when nothing else helps.

Also known as La Flaca—the Skinny Lady—Santa Muerte has been worshipped in Mexico since the early twentieth century. Her origins are murky, perhaps a merging of Aztec or Mayan death deities with Catholic traditions. The Catholic Church of Mexico condemns her as blasphemy or devil worship, yet her popularity has exploded in the past decade, beginning in 2001 when a poor grandmother and resident of the Tepito neighborhood of Mexico City erected an outdoor altar to the bony saint. Today, millions of Mexicans are devotees of Santa Muerte, and her cult has crossed the border into the U.S. Popularly known as the “sinner’s saint,” Santa Muerte has a large following among drug-runners, prostitutes and Mexican prisoners. For anyone living outside of official society, she offers a kind of salvation.

Gonzalez, an trans immigrant, suffered discrimination and was kicked out of churches in Mexico. But in New York, she has become a leader in the community of Santa Muerte devotees. In addition to her bedroom shrine, which is the largest private Santa Muerte shrine in the city, Gonzales organizes a yearly celebration for her saint. It’s a party, but one of veneration–a kind of thanksgiving for the year of miracles brought by Santa Muerte.

Great video, check it out!

Source: fyqueerlatinxs

21st August 2014

Photoset reblogged from Je suis La Dork with 2,795 notes

butterflykiki:

relatedworlds:

Eliot x Distinctive Things

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HEE. Twoo Wuv. Eliot & Distinctive.

Tagged: eliotleverage

21st August 2014

Photo reblogged from Jackdaw's Pocketbook with 39,022 notes

revolvermonkcelot:

friedcheesemogu:

I feel like I should reblog this every day.

me too

revolvermonkcelot:

friedcheesemogu:

I feel like I should reblog this every day.

me too

Tagged: my life summed up in a moment

Source: positivedoodles

20th August 2014

Quote reblogged from Diane Duane with 6,759 notes

As Arnold points out, there is an otherwise inexplicable shift in direction in the Piccadilly line passing east out of South Kensington. “In fact,” she writes, “the tunnel curves between Knightsbridge and South Kensington stations because it was impossible to drill through the mass of skeletal remains buried in Hyde Park.” I will admit that I think she means “between Knightsbridge and Hyde Park Corner”—although there is apparently a “small plague pit dating from around 1664” beneath Knightsbridge Green—but I will defer to Arnold’s research.

But to put that another way, the ground was so solidly packed with the interlocked skeletons of 17th-century victims of the Great Plague that the Tube’s 19th-century excavation teams couldn’t even hack their way through them all. The Tube thus had to swerve to the side along a subterranean detour in order to avoid this huge congested knot of skulls, ribs, legs, and arms tangled in the soil—an artificial geology made of people, caught in the throat of greater London.

London and Its Dead

i read shit like this and think what could my imagination possibly have to add

like how do i write something about london that’s weirder than london already is?

(via weunderstandthelights)

What a city. WHAT a city. (hugs it)

Source: saxifraga-x-urbium

17th August 2014

Photoset reblogged from (and yet: what if knowledge were delicious?) with 98 notes

pucaquilla:

Man Crush Monday: Daniel Feuerriegel

Photos: (c) & (c) Videos: (c), (c), (c), (c), (c)

reblogging for koshi700 cause i know what she likes :D

Source: pucaquilla

16th August 2014

Quote reblogged from Write Here, Write Now with 8,682 notes

Like a magpie, I am a scavenger of shiny things: fairy tales, dead languages, weird folk beliefs, fascinating religions, and more.
— Laini Taylor, Lips Touch: Three Times  (via talisman)

Source: moriartysdance

16th August 2014

Photoset reblogged from Je suis La Dork with 76,860 notes

acceber74:

nhaneh:

bored-no-more:

Ultimate proof that cats are smart !!! more smart cats«

Cat intelligence is actually a pretty interesting topic in that the majority of studies on the subject basically have to end in the conclusion "we just don’t know" because cats are among the most uncooperative research subjects of all time. We know a great deal of cat sight, having used cats as the archetype for a vision-focused vertebrate/mammal, but we still know very little about what really goes on inside the cat mind.

kiarasnaps

Tagged: cats

Source: bored-no-more