frenchtwist:

via mudwerks * human-activities:

The Last Picture Show (Peter Bogdanovich, 1971)

frenchtwist:

via mudwerks * human-activities:

The Last Picture Show (Peter Bogdanovich, 1971)

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harriejuana:

the best of boys in crop tops

(via tylerthekawaii)


makeup for chanel ss14 !!

makeup for chanel ss14 !!

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awwww-cute:

Maybe not your typical aww, but here’s a baby octopus

awwww-cute:

Maybe not your typical aww, but here’s a baby octopus

tokyo-fashion:

Star Wars street art by RYCA on Cat Street in between Harajuku & Shibuya.

tokyo-fashion:

Star Wars street art by RYCA on Cat Street in between Harajuku & Shibuya.

2012-04-15

cuteyahooanswers:

I like wearing my belts a notch or 2 Tighter than the hole ‘needed’ eg to just keep my pants up.
I think this feels so Nice and Comfortable!

bahliss:

JACQUEMUS

(Source: goldferns)

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arielfinch:

model of a flamenco dancer + dancers on a jumper💃

arielfinch:

model of a flamenco dancer + dancers on a jumper💃

Typically other people’s problems seem simpler, uncomplicated and easier to solve than those of one’s own society. In this context, the decontextualized hunger and homelessness in Haiti, Cambodia or Vietnam is an easy moral choice. Unlike the problems of other societies, the failing inner city schools in Chicago or the haplessness of those living on the fringes in Detroit is connected to larger political narratives. In simple terms, the lack of knowledge of other cultures makes them easier to help.

This imagined simplicity of others’ problems presents a contrast to the intangible burdens of post-industrial societies. Western nations are full of well-fed individuals plagued by less explicit hardships such as the disintegration of communities and the fraying of relationships against the possibilities of endless choices. The burdens of manic consumption and unabated careerism are not as easily pitied as crumbling shanties and begging babies. Against this landscape, volunteerism presents an escape, a rare encounter with an authenticity sorely missed, hardship palpably and physically felt — for a small price.

The White Tourist’s Burden (via taysut)

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