when I’m staring at a girl and she thinks I’m hating

but really I’m just gay

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hex-maniac-mareen:

There’s a legend here in Brazil about a ghostly creature called the “Hairy Leg” (Perna Cabeluda). It’s just a ghostly, disembodied hairy leg that hops around kicking people, and then disappearing into the night.

hex-maniac-mareen:

There’s a legend here in Brazil about a ghostly creature called the “Hairy Leg” (Perna Cabeluda). It’s just a ghostly, disembodied hairy leg that hops around kicking people, and then disappearing into the night.

(via tuuku)

sobermotherfuckinggamzee:

"I’m gonna do it. I’m gonna kill the human."
"BILLY NO"

sobermotherfuckinggamzee:

"I’m gonna do it. I’m gonna kill the human."

"BILLY NO"

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red-lipstick:

Nobuyoshi Araki 荒木 経惟  aka Arākī アラーキー (b.1940, Tokyo, Japan) - Untitled, 1986     Photography, Dye Destruction Print, printed 2003

red-lipstick:

Nobuyoshi Araki 荒木 経惟  aka Arākī アラーキー (b.1940, Tokyo, Japan) - Untitled, 1986     Photography, Dye Destruction Print, printed 2003

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putahilton:

gay sex is so weird

putahilton:

gay sex is so weird

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cardozzza:

javeliner:

hang on, wait a second

This is exactly how you sound wen you complain about racism against white people.

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ghostrightsactivist:

cakeandrevolution:

I want to see a reality tv show where straight dudes have to read the shitty messages they send to women to their mothers.

to catch a redditor

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nyctaeus:

Bohyun Yoon, ‘Mirror Costumes’, 2003

‘Mirror Costumes’ by Korean artist Bohyun Yoon expands on his earlier work ‘Mirror Masks’, developing the idea into a full body scale. The costumes are worn by live models who strap on mirrored panels made from Plexiglas mirrors with brass hinges and velcro to keep them on. The mirrors adorn the face, chest and hips of the models reflecting their body parts back and forth. Yoon explains the concept behind the piece, “I use mirrors for integrating reality and illusion. I use the human body as a metaphor for the people of contemporary society. My work poses the question: what is reality?”

(via tuuku)

Sometimes you meet someone, and it’s so clear that the two of you, on some level belong together. As lovers, or as friends, or as family, or as something entirely different. You just work, whether you understand one another or you’re in love or you’re partners in crime. You meet these people throughout your life, out of nowhere, under the strangest circumstances, and they help you feel alive. I don’t know if that makes me believe in coincidence, or fate, or sheer blind luck, but it definitely makes me believe in something.
— unknown  (via nyu-tah)

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