meatscience:

genderdome:

Lisa Ragland: City Center Mall - Death Scenes 

I was a fan of that elevator as a kid— it seemed so glamorous and fancy. But my mom always made us take the stairs. Like who do you think you are riding in that sparkly chamber of wonder
meatscience:

genderdome:

Lisa Ragland: City Center Mall - Death Scenes 

I was a fan of that elevator as a kid— it seemed so glamorous and fancy. But my mom always made us take the stairs. Like who do you think you are riding in that sparkly chamber of wonder
meatscience:

genderdome:

Lisa Ragland: City Center Mall - Death Scenes 

I was a fan of that elevator as a kid— it seemed so glamorous and fancy. But my mom always made us take the stairs. Like who do you think you are riding in that sparkly chamber of wonder
meatscience:

genderdome:

Lisa Ragland: City Center Mall - Death Scenes 

I was a fan of that elevator as a kid— it seemed so glamorous and fancy. But my mom always made us take the stairs. Like who do you think you are riding in that sparkly chamber of wonder

meatscience:

genderdome:

Lisa Ragland: City Center Mall - Death Scenes

I was a fan of that elevator as a kid— it seemed so glamorous and fancy. But my mom always made us take the stairs. Like who do you think you are riding in that sparkly chamber of wonder

(via genderdome)

“Locate a shady spot so we can circulate the stress
Mary Jane invades my brain now I can’t complain
I’m sayin what else is there to do besides relax
Let the problems in your mind become ancient artifacts
Perhaps these raps can help you alleviate
The things that’s got you trippin you watch me demonstrate
First you ignore the nonsense and clear your conscience
Let your pen touch the paper write verbs and consonants
As the words become a sentence you start to feel indifferent
The stress is out your mind you feel like the weight was lifted”
— People Under The Stairs “Acid Raindrops”

Libba Cotten is a gem

qwantz today
lol

Emilia Clarke on the cover of the Wall Street Journal March issue

Emilia Clarke on the cover of the Wall Street Journal March issue

Emilia Clarke on the cover of the Wall Street Journal March issue

Emilia Clarke on the cover of the Wall Street Journal March issue

Afarin Sajedi

Afarin Sajedi

Afarin Sajedi

Afarin Sajedi

Afarin Sajedi

Eclipse- Nujabes feat. Substantial

This is for the things I don’t say enough
Waiting for the day we touch
Your lips to mine eclipse solar lunar
I’ll see you soon but I’ll talk to you sooner

"A Single Woman in the Winter Months"

i have been waiting for this picture for YEARS

Beastly Brodin, who art in the squat rack,

Numerous be thy gains.

Thy reps come

Thy sets be done

On the bench as it is in the squat rack.

Give us this day our daily protein.

And correct us of our improper form,

As we correct them that round their backs among us.

And lead us not into cardio,

But deliver us from the elliptical.

For thine is the deadlift, the power clean, and the squat,

For several times a week,

Wheymen.

i’m dyin’

WHEYMEN

Why is it always women being influenced by media?

MEDIA tells me what I want to look like

MEDIA tells me who I want to fuck

MEDIA tells me what I like to wear, what I like to read, what I like to watch,  what I think about my body

No.  Media can go fuck itself, I make my own goddamn decisions.