funeralicious:

This would never go in a Funeral Home

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slugist:
GIUSEPPE VENEZIANO
Selfie, 2014

slugist:

GIUSEPPE VENEZIANO

Selfie, 2014

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#nsfw #girl with the pearl earring
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#long post

buckybarnesing:

you ever see a thing that just makes you cackle? x

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neither:

Actually liking the people you fuck is a sign of weakness

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red-lipstick:

Chan Hee Lee 찬희 aka TheNew Art Agency (Seoul, Korea, Republic of)   Drawings

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#pink

thefinalimage:

Thelma & Louise | 1991 | dir. Ridley Scott

Watching a movie for the first time while already knowing the ending can sometimes create for a taxing experience, but in this case, knowing the ending helps you feel the descent of Thelma (Geena Davis) and Louise (Susan Sarandon) more strongly, and because Davis and Sarandon are so good in their roles and because the hardships their characters go through are so terrible, you continuously root for them, and even applaud them during this final tragic scene. 

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