japaneesee:

i really hate people who think that “freedom of speech” means “i can be as rude and insulting as i want and you’re not allowed to get mad”

teenssfromhell:

when you accidentally befriend someone annoying and you can’t get out of the friendship

image

too relevant

and by “befriend” I mean tolerated their existence just enough that they felt comfortable.

kasinski:

Johnny Cash & Bob Dylan

Look at Bob Dylan is trying to do a Johnny Clash glare and he just can’t, the poor man.

kasinski:

Johnny Cash & Bob Dylan

Look at Bob Dylan is trying to do a Johnny Clash glare and he just can’t, the poor man.

do-not-touch-my-food:

Mini Salsa Turkey Meatloaves 
Ahhhh

Ahhhh

Too much editing: All the life is sucked out of me.

Too much editing: All the life is sucked out of me.

When you ask a question and a person condescendingly gives a totally unrelated not relevant to your question, answer.

OH THANKS.

I DID NOT KNOW THAT.

SILLY FUCKING ME! WOW!

deceptivecadenza:

thesolemnsojourner:

exhibition-ism:

Lee Price creates realistic oil paintings, that show women and food in their intimate and private settings. The pictures are self-portraits of her, getting excessive with food that is considered indulgent, forbidden, or comforting. Her works addresses the intersections of food with body image, addiction, and unabating desire.

via IGNANT 

These are so powerful.

virtuosity in art 

comicblah:

The Batman by Neal Adams

comicblah:

The Batman by Neal Adams

pixalry:

Kanto Illustrations #074 - 094 - Created by Piper Thibodeau

Piper continues to re-imagine the complete Pokedex, and this is the next installment! As usual, Piper’s take on each Pokemon continues to be really fun and creative, and we just can’t get enough. Make sure you follow along on Tumblr or Twitter for all the latest updates.

You should also check out…

#001 - 026 here | #027 - 049 here | and #050 - 073 here

in-my-mouth:

Falafel Wrap with Tzatziki
Litrature, History, Linguistics and Graphology experts, maybe you have answers for me?

I have been wondering forever:

Other than atheistic reasons, why do we still use cursive?

Sure it was practical when quills and fountain pens were used, but why and how has it stayed around?

I need a Walden week once I graduate. Too many people and noises in my life right now.

emmiebar5:

i’m sorry, but this tweet is the best

emmiebar5:

i’m sorry, but this tweet is the best