One writes in order to become other than what one is — Michael Foucault

fefeferi:

when u accidentally hurt ur friends feelings and they insist that its fine but u know it isnt

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(via ruinedchildhood)

guitarbains:

yes adventure time. explain colonialism and racial imperialism to children and high niggas.

(via ruinedchildhood)

Imagine doing this shit to Leslie Knope

Imagine doing this shit to Leslie Knope

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kinell:

Did you know that Crush is portrayed “high” because Sea Turtles actually eat jellyfish and the poisons inside the jelly doesn’t actually harm the turtle but instead intoxicates them much like marijuana does for humans.

as opposed to just being a lazily written character relying on easy stereotyping? well that’s nice, I guess.

(via ruinedchildhood)

ambr0secadwell:

Take a moment to remind yourself this is Guy Pearce
Aka the guy from Memento
he’s hot regardless of what gender he’s playing woww

ambr0secadwell:

Take a moment to remind yourself this is Guy Pearce

Aka the guy from Memento

he’s hot regardless of what gender he’s playing woww

until-theskyturnsgreen:

Rules to live by

From Glue by Irvine Welsh

until-theskyturnsgreen:

Rules to live by

From Glue by Irvine Welsh

amandaonwriting:

Daily Writing Quote

amandaonwriting:

Daily Writing Quote

Some people are easier to love when you don’t have to be around them. — Irvine Welsh (via supermodelgif)
notmydate:

Lester is checking out your blog.

notmydate:

Lester is checking out your blog.


"My definition of a devil is a god who has not been recognized. That is to say, it is a power in you to which you have not given expression, and you push it back. And then, like all repressed energy, it builds up and becomes completely dangerous to the position you’re trying to hold."-Joseph Campbell, An Open Life, p.28-29

"My definition of a devil is a god who has not been recognized. That is to say, it is a power in you to which you have not given expression, and you push it back. And then, like all repressed energy, it builds up and becomes completely dangerous to the position you’re trying to hold."
-Joseph Campbell, An Open Life, p.28-29