live on coffee and flowers

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"Your eyebrows are sisters, not twins."
— The most comforting beauty advice I’ve ever been given.  (via femmefilth666)
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foodffs:

4-ingredient blackberry ice cream

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theartofanimation:

Charles Vess

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via mortisia:

The Shadow (Danish: Skyggen) is a fairy tale by Danish poet and author Hans Christian Andersen, an exemplary story in Andersen’s darker fairy tales. The tale was first published in 1847. Is about a goodhearted writer who loses his shadow. Years later it turns up on his doorstep, having seen the world and decided being goodhearted is for sissies. In the months that follow the two live together—the writer being good and becoming poorer and unhealthier; and the shadow becoming richer and fatter. Finally, the shadow offers the writer a trip to a health resort—all-expenses paid—so long as the writer agrees to switch places and become his shadow. At the resort they meet a princess; the shadow woos her and hatches a plot to take the writer’s place permanently.

Wow, how will the writer get out of this one?
Spoiler: by being executed. When he realizes the shadow’s plan the writer tries to stop him; only to be arrested while the shadow marries the princess. He disappears and—as an afterthought, we’re later told he was executed. The good man dies and the evil doppelgänger gets to marry royalty. Source

The ending is especially bleak for a fairy tale, as Andersen suggests that it is not always good that triumphs, and that evil does indeed have a powerful grip over the good and just. Some critics have suggested that Andersen wrote the story as a form of indirect revenge against Edvard Collin, for whom he felt an unrequited love.

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radivs:

'Just Past Sundown' by futureplug

radivs:

'Just Past Sundown' by futureplug

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Studio Ghibli +  Flowers

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times-like-these7:

sorelatable:

If your name is on one of these I just wanna let you know your parents are basic bitches with no creativity

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Sounds like someone’s sad they couldn’t find their name on a coke bottle

You know if you can’t find your name you can go on the coke website and request it be put on a bottle

via pizza · originally by sorelatable
thinkmexican:

Neither Saints Nor Sluts, Just Women
March 8, 1991 Mexico City
Images From the Feminist Movement of Mexico City

thinkmexican:

Neither Saints Nor Sluts, Just Women

March 8, 1991
Mexico City

Images From the Feminist Movement of Mexico City

via thelayingalive · originally by thinkmexican

iwishihadafather:

YEEEEEEESSS

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risarodil:

John Green Novels | Animated Titles (more here)

I posted the LFA one earlier as a random animation practice and some of you seem to really enjoy it.. so I figured, why not go and make the rest of the titles. I specifically had a hard time doing the TFiOS one because there are so many things I want to include (infinity sign, lungs and wine to name a few). In the end I went for the swing set thing and I hope that worked.

via fuckyeahyoungadultlit · originally by risarodil
magicfran:

The Strand. by Annie Wu. on Flickr.

magicfran:

The Strand. by Annie Wu. on Flickr.

via paperbackd · originally by magicfran
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