swarleyu:

emilyclocke:

ivadoesnthaveafuckingtumblr:

naturepunk:

Is this Canada? This seems like Canada. 

This could have gone so wrong

Nothing goes wrong in Canada

Even if it did we all have free health care

swarleyu:

emilyclocke:

ivadoesnthaveafuckingtumblr:

naturepunk:

Is this Canada? This seems like Canada. 

This could have gone so wrong

Nothing goes wrong in Canada

Even if it did we all have free health care

simp-licity:

fawun:

I’m done with this website

WHAT IS THIS HAHAHA

simp-licity:

fawun:

I’m done with this website

WHAT IS THIS HAHAHA

colfersaurusrex:

rabioheab:

there could be a ghost aggressively breakdancing beside you right now and you’d have no idea

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theannieplanet:

theannieplanet:

theannieplanet:

so i naturally have these bags under my eyes, right, no matter what i do they dont go away

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anyway so i found out if i stretch my face and tip it up and to the side they go away

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so im just gonna walk around like this forever

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“HEY GUYS”

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ive stopped fighting it

get this post to 100,000 notes

god fucking damnit

thefineartnude:

Nina Reznichenko

thefineartnude:

Nina Reznichenko

Most of us have a hard time believing we are pure and perfect as we are. Even yoga and meditation as presented in the West are based around self-improvement and self-help. We believe we must do something to become better and greater before we’re really okay enough. Although it is the most basic principle, it is also the greatest: Divinity expresses Itself within us just as we are, here and now, from moment to moment. There is no ‘improvement’ to be made so that we’ll be ‘better.’ It is our delusion that something is ‘wrong’ or ‘not enough.’ It is more a matter of recognizing and appreciating the Truth of Being right now.
D.R. Butler (via shaktilover)
shoulderblades:

andrew miksys, 2000
from the book disko
"for ten years andrew miksys traveled the back roads of lithuania photographing teenagers in village discos (2000-2010). most of these discos are located in soviet-era culture houses where miksys would sometimes find discarded lenin paintings, old soviet movie posters, gas masks, and other remnants of the soviet union. he became fascinated by all this debris of a dead empire and the teenagers who visited the clubs."

shoulderblades:

andrew miksys, 2000

from the book disko

"for ten years andrew miksys traveled the back roads of lithuania photographing teenagers in village discos (2000-2010). most of these discos are located in soviet-era culture houses where miksys would sometimes find discarded lenin paintings, old soviet movie posters, gas masks, and other remnants of the soviet union. he became fascinated by all this debris of a dead empire and the teenagers who visited the clubs."

Childish Gambino - Because The Internet

untrustyou:

Melissa Lunar 
Why I never wear shorts. Bruises galore.

Why I never wear shorts. Bruises galore.