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genderterrorist:

angry-ghost:



Slug Girl by Junji Ito



Me.

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angry-ghost:

Slug Girl by Junji Ito

Me.

Sep 23rd at 1AM / via: hookerbot-5000 / op: angry-ghost / reblog / 3,048 notes

(Source: daehyus)

Sep 23rd at 1AM / via: hookerbot-5000 / op: daehyus / reblog / 62,243 notes

gaaah que mierda es todo. im so fucking insecure.

(Source: hawkeyebrows)

Sep 22nd at 10PM / via: staceythinx / op: hawkeyebrows / reblog / 102,450 notes

ianbrooks:

Study in Bird Motion by Joyce Lin

Artist: Behance

Sep 22nd at 9PM / via: staceythinx / op: ianbrooks / reblog / 15,416 notes

“Romantically, you could say that we are all made of stardust, but the truth is also, that we’re all just nuclear waste.”

Professor Jim Al-Khalili (via spaceplasma)
Sep 22nd at 9PM / via: spaceplasma / op: spaceplasma / reblog / 1,098 notes

“All of my habits are born of loneliness and distance.
Even the way I sleep: with my pillows stacked up around me
mimicking the curve of your spine
(or any spine). Goddamn it.
What did I even dream about before I met your coffee cup mouth?
What did I do with my time before I was waiting for you?

Where is your skin?
Where is your pitter-pat heart?
Where is your warm, aggressive mouth while I am here alone?

I know I said this was enough,
but it’s not enough.”

"I guess this makes me the asshole." Trista Mateer (via tristamateer)
Sep 22nd at 5PM / via: tristamateer / op: tristamateer / reblog / 258 notes
mtakara:

Barbara—for commission list, sketchbook or nycc sketch list: mtakaraart@yahoo.com

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mtakara:

Barbara


for commission list, sketchbook or nycc sketch list: mtakaraart@yahoo.com

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mightyhealthyquest:

IT’S ALWAYS TEA TIME!

Sep 21st at 10PM / via: thenowheregirl / op: mightyhealthyquest / reblog / 363,117 notes

(Source: cafe-de-fl0re)

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unexplained-events:

These amazing underwater “crop circles” are the result of a species of pufferfish. The males create these large, intricate designs in the seabed with their fins to attract potential mates. The females inspect the finished design and decide if they wish to mate with the male from there. The female will lay her eggs in the center of the circles, and the male will then fertilize and guard the eggs. 

Previously, the circles were of unknown origin, and remained a mystery for several years until it was discovered that these little guys were responsible for the beautiful designs.

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