"what music do you like?" is such a stressful question like what do you want to know??? genres?? artists?? albums??? time periods?? 25 most played?? what i’m currently listening to??? what i listen to at different times of the day?? be more specific??????
😳 but you were a gorrrrrrgeousssss girl!!!!! Like bitchhhhhhhh you slayeddddddd!!!!!!
lmao yaaaaaasssssss! but that shit just wasnt working for me.
holy fuckin shit. you were cute as a girl and fine as fuck as a boy. bless.
wow, this shit is interesting
- 8 weeks until my birthday and only 6 weeks until my chest surgery (3/6/14). time is running out :/
- if you can and want to donate to my surgery fund, it would mean the world to me here is the link.
- i also have an online store selling tshirts, hats, and other items that you can find here. those proceeds are helping to fund my surgery as well.
- please help signal boost this :]
Booost. On a side note though you are fiiiiiine.
Thank so much for boosting this everyone. I’m getting surgery my in about 14hrs :]
Please change the way you write so I can like it better…..SMH!
essentially, yes. let me come here and be condescending in the form of unsolicited advice about you and your work, of which I know nothing about.
Scott Hove, Cakeland sculptures, Acrylic and Mixed Media on Polyurethane Foam
All beautiful things are equipped with a defense mechanism, to protect against the predations of those who seek to possess. The mechanizations of the predator also have a terrifying elegance. The two working together tell a very old story, and are the basis of many archetypes.
Why then, to use an absurd media like fake cake to describe such a story? We all love cake and what it signifies….These sculptures celebrate the beauty, rapaciousness and absurdity we all participate in. (via)
yummy. happy fatz breakfast tacos (:
For the anon. eyes8dow is on the far right lol but she’s taken.
Also repost because…
1. It’s one of my favorite pictures and
2. Visibility Matters
pics like this made me wish i had more non-basic moc friends.
i love all my femme friends but itd be dope to have some queer moc friends like this who didn’t value heteronormativity and misogyny
And I only reblogged for thirst purposes.. Shame on me.. :(
Ayye da fam!
David Carradine on the cover of The Deadly Hands of Kung Fu (Marvel, 1974)
William S. Burroughs: The Book of Breeething (1974/1975)
A short essay on Egyptian hieroglyphics, Hassan i Sabbah, The Curse of King Tut and state-coups.
With illustrations by Robert F. Gale.
First published as The Book of Breething, OU Henri Chopin, Ingatestone, Essex, UK, 1974 (in 50 copies)
Publisher Blue Wind Press, Berkeley, 1975 (in 250 copies)
An Overdrive Book