Valar Morghulis
blazepress:

Filming a rainbow when suddenly.

blazepress:

Filming a rainbow when suddenly.

sophie-the-demigod:

dievrgent:

in 2 seconds you’ll be singing “I’m a Barbie Girl” in your head

I HOPE YOU FUCKING KNOW WHAT YOU’VE DONE

nonchalantcroissant:

Dude, if you’re struggling with doing something, do it for Future You. This is probably the best motivator I’ve found.

Don’t wanna work out? Do it for Future You.

Don’t want to do that essay? Neither does Future You, give them a break.

Don’t want to stop Netflix and sleep? Future You doesn’t want to be tired.

Because 10/10 times, I am so grateful to Past Me for doing that shit then, and you will be too.

mightyflower:

to quote hamlet act III scene iii line 92, “no”

The world has bigger problems than boys who kiss boys

asylum-art:

The Things Girls Should Only Ever Learn After They’ve Grown Up

Kids will believe in anything, and maybe that’s for the best.

From dandelions that grant wishes to chicken soup that cures all ills, they fall for it all hook, line and sinker. But, as 20-something filmmaker Emily Diana Ruth suggests in her new video, "What A Young Girl Should Not Know," it’s only when we as women grow older and look back that we realize just how lucky we were.

Many women will identify with the lessons in the video. Some are presented touch of whimsy.

shaymitchell:

please watch this OH MY FUCKING GOD

stuartspot:

don’t ever go on a car ride with me because i won’t talk to you i’ll just stare out the window the entire time

christinefriar:

Unwilling to speak about anything but how gently this baby says “cheese” today. Thank you for understanding.

asylum-art:

Oksana Badrak

Oksana Badrak is an extremely talented illustrator and concept artist from Moscow, Russia. She creates dreamy pop/kitsch imagery using mixed-media – this approach consists of a rich combination of digital technology with meticulously hand painted elements. The resulting surreal imagery presents a fantastical visual experience made from various amalgamations of graphic fiction and tightly rendered reality. Her work’s inspired from everything from Asian supermarkets to the Southern California desert. This creates a very distinctive style; it fuses an enticing and balanced landscape of pop-culture icons with organic world depictions.

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