knifeplay:

terrifying sociopath/future serial killer Dennis Reynolds

ever-pure:

LOOK AT THAT ECONOMY OF BRUSHSTROKE
YOU CAN SEE EVERY STROKE S/HE TOOK NOT ONE THING IS BLENDED
AND YOU CAN TELL EXACTLY WHAT THE SUBJECT IS AND WHAT THE SUBJECT IS DOING


I love captions that are just aggressively stating obvious facts

ever-pure:

LOOK AT THAT ECONOMY OF BRUSHSTROKE

YOU CAN SEE EVERY STROKE S/HE TOOK NOT ONE THING IS BLENDED

AND YOU CAN TELL EXACTLY WHAT THE SUBJECT IS AND WHAT THE SUBJECT IS DOING

I love captions that are just aggressively stating obvious facts

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audreyhepburnfacts:

Audrey Hepburn for Love in the Afternoon, 1957

I’ve always loved this look on Audrey. I’m a firm believer that she should’ve worn more red.

(Source: hollywoodlady)

durbikins:

Why do people gotta have fucking blogs like this? What the fuck is wrong with the users of this website? My computer sounds like a My Bloody Valentine album now because it was trying to load all this shit. “it’s my aesthetic ;)” no fuck you, this looks like shit, you’re shit. What “aesthetic” has 20 falling images of Natalie Portman making a disgusting face? I hate all of you. I’m just trying to find a text post via Google search. I don’t deserve this kind of disrespect, you scrapbook fuck.

durbikins:

Why do people gotta have fucking blogs like this? What the fuck is wrong with the users of this website? My computer sounds like a My Bloody Valentine album now because it was trying to load all this shit. “it’s my aesthetic ;)” no fuck you, this looks like shit, you’re shit. What “aesthetic” has 20 falling images of Natalie Portman making a disgusting face? I hate all of you. I’m just trying to find a text post via Google search. I don’t deserve this kind of disrespect, you scrapbook fuck.

oessa:

+59° 56’ 51.85”, +6° 35’ 2.38”

oessa:

+59° 56’ 51.85”, +6° 35’ 2.38”

rappers keep trying to follow my other instagram

(Source: battybatty)

juvenilecinephile:

it-used-to-be-fun:

Abbi and Ilana are the idols of a largely underserved and under-chronicled female id.”
"Men have managed to get away with prolonged adolescence, on the screen and in life, in a way that women haven’t. “Women always have to be the eye rollers, as the men make a mess,” Poehler said. “We didn’t want that. Young women can be lost, too.”
— Id Girls - the comedy couple behind “Broad City.” (Nick Paumgarten for the new yorker)

This was really good