I am never ever going to travel with anyone in my family. Seriously sick of everything that has happened during my japan trip with my sister. Everything went perfectly fine and smooth when I was travelling for a month with someone I met on the road, then bang, now I feel like shit all the time.
“You are so tanned. Ew! So ugly”“You are so disgusting”“everything is so dirty”“you are such a spoiled kid”“I am so disappointed in you”“I regret coming with you”
Ok, I get it. It was all my fault. it was all because I am spoiled kid. it was all because I wasted all your money and have done absolutely nothing during my gap year. It was all because I choose to wait for my post-secondary education. It was all because I am still unsure about what I want to do with my life. It was all because I never follow what you asked me to do. It was ALL my fault. I am a spoiled kid that appreciates nothing. There, are you happy?

Seriously, FUCK YOU and your twisted personality.
One day I will fucking earn and save up all the money I can just so I can slap it on her face and peace the fuck out of this family.

@3 days ago with 1 note

Somehow my mind is still traumatized from watching Spirited Away in English when I was coming down on shrooms… 

@2 months ago
#spirited away #shrooms #traumatized #never again 
@2 months ago with 12156 notes

iamtheonewho-knocks:

sschol:

this is from spy kids


THATS A QUOTE FROM FUCKING SPYKIDS!!????

best movie ever

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@2 months ago with 555442 notes
#nostalgia 

carry-on-my-otp:

If Stuntmen from the old movies don’t have your full respect then I just don’t know what to say to you

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@2 months ago with 271281 notes
#stuntmen #precision #respect 
nevver:

The New Yorker
@3 months ago with 11421 notes
#so relatable 
@3 months ago with 43 notes

pikeys:

Gender Studies, 2011 by Bettina Rheims

Rheims body of work Gender Studies, depicts transsexuals, women that have become men, men that have become women and a third gender; those that preferred not to choose a sex and exist as both, adopting a dual identity.

The foundation of this project emerged from a request to republish Modern Lovers a body of work concentrating on androgyny and transgender shot in the late eighties. Rheims decided to take the idea a step further and explore the differences and mindsets in the world of gender today in comparison to twenty plus years ago. Launching a Facebook profile depicting a number of the original pictures, Rheims posted a message encouraging those that ’felt different’ to get in touch with the studio and from there she orchestrated Skype conversations with young volunteers from around the world who shared..

"the most beautiful stories about their lives. A lot of them knew from childhood, that they were born in the wrong body and had decided, many with the help of their parents, to correct the original mistake. But what struck me as being completely new were the ones who refused to choose between the two options, and had decided to live using both identities. Depending on the day, the mood; why not have it all? In Australia, last Autumn, someone got the mention ‘X’ on their passport, recognising for the first time the existence of a third sex - Rheims”

- Hamiltons Gallery | Artist’s Video Statement

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@3 months ago with 16835 notes

pagalini:

Growing up is hard work.

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@2 months ago with 190776 notes
in-my-mouth:

Hawaiian Salmon Poke 

This is all I am about

in-my-mouth:

Hawaiian Salmon Poke 

This is all I am about

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@2 months ago with 1336 notes
#foodporn #sashimi #avocado #salmon 

wetheurban:

SPOTLIGHT: The Value of a Line by Heather Hansen

In 1906 German art historian Wilhelm Worringer wrote, “The value of a line, of a form consists for us in the value of the life that it holds for us.  It holds its beauty only through our own vital feeling, which, in some mysterious manner, we project into it.” 

Artist Heather Hansen employs her own body and performance to create large-scale charcoal and pastel drawings.

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@2 months ago with 11182 notes

thingsfittingperfectlyintothings:

mason jars + blenders

(h/t to christinachaey)

this is perfect!

@2 months ago with 1074 notes
#lifehack #wow #juice #mason jar 

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@3 months ago with 16568 notes

deathcabforkehan:

shipwreckedatseaa:

jakehellrose:

gnarville:

Proof that Bill Murray really is the most interesting man in the world.

That’s why I love this guy.

bill fuckin murray

my hero

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@3 months ago with 468391 notes

artmonia:

Temari Balls - The  Creation of a 88 Year Old Japanese.

The amazing creations of a 88 year old japanese grandmother, practicing with talent the art of “Temari“, a Chinese art imported into Japan in the 7th century. 

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@3 months ago with 2253 notes