bonerfart:

you are narrow, scalding and irrational

bonerfart:

you are narrow, scalding and irrational

melkior:

send hELP

thisiscaucasian:

Sukhishvili dancers | Rob Hurson 

Dancers from the Sukhishvili Georgian National Ballet company perform Samaia, a traditional Georgian dance rooted in ancient pagan tradition that has come to represent the transformation of King Tamar, the legendary medieval ruler of the Christian) kingdom of Georgia.

King Tamar, the first woman to rule that nation in her own right, is its most revered historical figure. She established a pan-Caucasian empire that stretched “from the Sea of Pantus to the Sea of Gurgan, from Speri to Derbend, and all the Hither and Thither Caucasus up to Khazaria and Scythia”—under her command, Georgia became a regional power capable of massive military movement. 

But Samaia is a delicate dance. Three women, clad in traditional medieval Georgian costumes, symbolize Tamar’s evolution: from innocent maiden to wise mother to powerful king.

Sia - Chandelier (Plastic Plates Remix)
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coketalk:

Chandelier (Plastic Plates Remix) - Sia

You guys are fuckin’ awesome. Seriously.

kropelfonski:

Mastbos, Breda, Netherlands.
Photography by Sonja Krzeminski

flowergirlrobichiko:

thecatsmustbecrazy:

special delivery

BRING ME SCHRÖDINGER’S HEAD

flowergirlrobichiko:

thecatsmustbecrazy:

special delivery

BRING ME SCHRÖDINGER’S HEAD

tootricky:

love bird has a wash (source)

Angel Haze - No Church In the Wild
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No Church In the Wild - Angel Haze

victongai:

Spellbound
Victo Ngai
For a article in Dension magazine about Fairy Tales and the changing nature of how these stories are told — from Grimm’s tales, to the super-scrubbed happy Disney tales through to the darker popularity of shows like Breaking Bad now. Fairy tale expert Maria Tatar also discusses how some of the world’s oldest tales help us navigate modern life.
Big thanks to Erin from Em Dash for this very interesting project!

victongai:

Spellbound

Victo Ngai

For a article in Dension magazine about Fairy Tales and the changing nature of how these stories are told — from Grimm’s tales, to the super-scrubbed happy Disney tales through to the darker popularity of shows like Breaking Bad now. Fairy tale expert Maria Tatar also discusses how some of the world’s oldest tales help us navigate modern life.

Big thanks to Erin from Em Dash for this very interesting project!

internetexplorers:

intensecuddling:

internetexplorers:

boys just needa keep they mouths shut and look cute we dont need em for anything else 

*Cough* that’s fucking sexist *cough*

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joeyjoe69:

seeing assholes u used to be friends with like

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omfg I need a pair of these glasses, like, yesterday

It isn’t fair!”



“No, it isn’t, baby. Not by a mile. The world’s only as fair as you can make it. Takes a lot of fight. A lot of fight. But if you stay in here, in your own little cave, that’s one less fighter on the side of fair.

Beauty Queens by Libba Bray

This is the kind of thing you say to a child who is suffering and complains that something’s not fair. You don’t tell that child some asinine remark like “Well life isn’t fair.” You help them through it and validate their feelings.

(via loveandscience)

the-space-ghost:

If you don’t think space is the tightest shit then you’re wrong

championcoolbreeze:

obfuscatingdeity:

the thing to realize here is that conservatives find the idea of paying workers a livable wage so absurd that they make hyperbolic comparisons like this

because fifteen dollars an hour and a hundred thousand dollars an hour both mean the same thing to them; more than you deserve

^That commentary is very important.