Both of these rings are so incredibly unique and neat. I found them on etsy and I really like them.
the top one is absolutely perfect.
the bottom one… omg that’s beautiful
Reblogging my own blog post from a year or two ago. It now has over 13,000 notes. Yet I only have 40 something followers. What is lyfe?
because it helps to remember this every now and then.
Also did anybody else notice that they removed the “Elton John’s AIDS foundation” logo from Miley’s picture? Fuckin’ agendas everywhere….
I literally threw a mini fit
The fact that they even touched up the woman in the BACKGROUND of the Selena Gomez pic is crazy.
I’ve said this every time it comes on my dash but please also notice that a lot of the women get photoshopped lighter.
And that´s the reason why nobody should try to be that thin, because that thin doesn´t exist in reality.
THIS IS SO SATISFYING TO LOOK AT I LITERALLY STARED AT THIS FOR LIKE 12 MINUTEs
Also, they keep making their features whiter. Look Rhianna’s nose in the first one.
This is important
This is important*
it seems this photo has been shared a lot on tumblr… thanks for spreading the love guys!
white trash pool party with Frolic
photo by Alissa Brunelli
This summer this is us ksue425
You should not hit dogs
Listen here, you little shit…
Saturn was NOT a single lady.
"I’ll tell him not to go to a play. Ever."
you should not hit dogs
—Banksy, Wall and Piece (via quoted-books)
"Possible Skeptics" by Aly Stinson
There is a secret bond between slowness and memory, between speed and forgetting. Consider this utterly commonplace situation: a man is walking down the street. At a certain moment, he tries to recall something, but the recollection escapes him. Automatically he slows down. Meanwhile, a person who wants to forget a disagreeable
incident he has just lived through starts unconsciously to speed up his pace, as if he were trying to distance himself from a thing still too close to him in time.
In existential mathematics, that experience takes the form of two basic equations: the degree of slowness is directly proportion to the intensity of memory; the degree of speed is directly proportional to the intensity of forgetting.
—Milan Kundera, from Slowness (HarperCollins, 1996)