my room isn’t messy it’s grunge
i think breasts are great and as a lesbian they are something i find attractive
i don’t see a breastfeeding mother or a woman simply walking around and existing and having breasts as sexual????
idk men are fucking creeps basically
*nearby lesbian laughter*
*muffled asexual snickering*
*conflicted pansexual noises*
*moderately panicked bisexual muttering*
HETEROSEXUAL SCREAMING IN ANGUISH
One time I ordered a coffee, and neglected to mention that I wanted it iced, because I don’t really like hot beverages. You know what I said to the barista? Nothing. It was my own fault I ordered wrong, simple as that
drink your school stay in sleep don’t do milk and get eight hours of drugs
He looks like he’s followed all that advice.
I bet it would be something like that.
#i love how dean’s not even the least bit cowed by the father of murder#like dean is so fuckin chill at cain’s house
if you don’t know who banksy is you need to reevaluate your life because
I live in Bristol, England, so I see his work everyday, and I have to say, I’m pretty damn proud to be from the same place as that guy
The Making of Life on Mars Season 1
18-Year-Old Photographer’s Spectacular Conceptual Self-Portraits,.Laura Williams
18-year-old Laura Williams joins the ranks of fellow young, extremely talented photographers such as Alex Stoddard and Kyle Thompson in creating spectacularly surreal and expressive self-portraits. The Cambridge, England native’s photograph entitled Invisible recently went viral, with over 800,000 views on Flickr alone. The photo depicts Williams sitting on the grass with a piercing look in her eyes, holding a mirror that conceals her body while reflecting the empty area surrounding her.
Many of Williams’ photos involve concepts of concealment and hiding, as parts of the body and face are obscured by smoke, mirrors, and masks. “I like the idea of creating an image that’s perhaps a little less obvious, like an illusion,” she explains, “one that really intrigues the viewer and tries to trick the eye.” Her highly conceptual works embody this idea, inviting the viewer to closely examine every detail in the shot in an effort to learn the story behind each evocative image.