silversarcasm:

the idea of people having to be ‘useful’ is just so gross, like people do not exist to be used

having to produce something and have a use is a capitalist ideal and not an intrinsic part of humanity

just by being alive you are human and you are worth something and you can never be useless

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@2 weeks ago with 48294 notes
#yes 

got these stockings for free and saw the grand budapest hotel for free also it’s been a nice weekend i looked through my photo booth and i can see myself aging since i got my laptop in 2010 and it’s so so weird :~) 

@2 weeks ago with 2 notes

but this problem does not move me now

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@1 month ago with 70866 notes
#sigh 

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@1 month ago with 426 notes
formalineme7:

Claude Monet

formalineme7:

Claude Monet

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lilgays:

 

lilgays:

 

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@1 month ago with 2686 notes
likeafieldmouse:

Addie Price
@1 month ago with 1834 notes
be-capricious:

“These kinds of images address the overall nostalgia you feel when you’re young — throughout being a teenager, it feels nostalgic because you’re already looking at it in a retrospective, you’re told that these moments are fleeting, that the memories last forever, and these sorts of experiences, alongside their portrayals in the media, sort of come of define you. So there is this desire, and like, fantasy, in already looking back at yourself and how you want to seem, how you’ll remember, how it will compare, even while you’re living it.”

be-capricious:


“These kinds of images address the overall nostalgia you feel when you’re young — throughout being a teenager, it feels nostalgic because you’re already looking at it in a retrospective, you’re told that these moments are fleeting, that the memories last forever, and these sorts of experiences, alongside their portrayals in the media, sort of come of define you. So there is this desire, and like, fantasy, in already looking back at yourself and how you want to seem, how you’ll remember, how it will compare, even while you’re living it.”

(via girlsandguns)

@1 month ago with 999 notes
#yes 
badbananas:

Maxime Guyon Facebook / Instagram 
@1 month ago with 549 notes
angelfire96:

Self Portrait dedicated to Gauguin

angelfire96:

Self Portrait dedicated to Gauguin

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@1 month ago with 1883 notes
#whoa 

nobunnyluvsyou:

mac demarco, “brother”

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