The glitter demon seen just before the kill

The glitter demon seen just before the kill

Don’t do it! You don’t even have the tinman with you!

Don’t do it! You don’t even have the tinman with you!

Victoria, I have bad news for both you and American airlines

Victoria, I have bad news for both you and American airlines

Wait, it’s not as funny without the whole thing

Wait, it’s not as funny without the whole thing

Definitely read that as wanks the first time

Definitely read that as wanks the first time

The majestic Well I Never fish

The majestic Well I Never fish

Neeeeeeeeeeerd!

Neeeeeeeeeeerd!

warrenbuchholz:

Stop Victim Blaming campaign poster series. 

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Stop Victim Blaming Campaign by Warren Buchholz is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

archiemcphee:

French art director and illustrator Troqman makes clever use of both his pens and his sketchbooks as well as his surroundings in order to create entertaining drawings of characters appearing to interact with the real world. Our favorite pieces involve characters on multiple pages or sketchbooks interacting with each other as well as the 3D world. And then there’s Spider-Man who think’s he just found his long-lost father.

Troqman calls this playful hobby Cartoon Bombing and you can see a lot more of it over o Instagram or right here on Tumblr at troqman.

[via Bored Panda]

asylum-art:

Everyday Objects With Faces Are Awesome

When you walk around and look at everything around you, chances are, you may see a face. It may be human, it may be an animal, but sometimes you can see faces in inanimate objects. This is called Pareidolia: Seeing faces in random things!

(via wolvensnothere)

jxmmyurine:

 headphones recommended 

left: lorule field theme from the legend of zelda: a link between worlds

right: dark world theme from the legend of zelda: a link to the past

(via everythingzelda)

"I feel like my past is interfering with my present and there’s nothing I can actually do. I feel there’s just nothing. I’m unable to think clearly and I’m clearly unable to not let things affect me. Unable to force my brain to function, unable to just get to feel calmer in some way. I need some peace of mind and I need you to be here. I hate needing anything and yet I do […]"

Simone de Beauvoir, from a letter to Jean-Paul Sartre (via tomorrowed)

Same

(Source: violentwavesofemotion, via wolvensnothere)

wereyoufullyawareofthisgaming:

seanofledead:

Are you sure Are you positive Are you 100% positive

No it’s Luigi telling Nintendo how to improve sales.

wereyoufullyawareofthisgaming:

seanofledead:

Are you sure
Are you positive
Are you 100% positive

No it’s Luigi telling Nintendo how to improve sales.

(via mrheliotrope)

sarahfonder:

These pictures are the Hell Courtesan portraits from Junko Mizuno’s “Rising” exhibit at Gallery Nucleus. The description for all of them is so great:

"Jigoku Dayu was a courtesan celebrated for her alleged encounter of spiritual enlightenment with the Buddhist monk Ikkyū.  She has been a popular subject for many artists over the last several hundred years.  After getting kidnapped and sold to a brothel, she renamed herself as “Jigoku” (meaning “hell”), believing that her misfortune was the result of karma from her previous life.  She is usually depicted wearing a kimono with scenes of hell on it and is often surrounded by skeletons, representing her newfound understanding of life’s transience and illusion.  What may appear to be bizarre, scary, or even humorous images are actually symbols layered with her divine inspiration.  Upon witnessing Buddhist hell, the courtesan finds enlightenment and wisdom."

(via pastelmorgue)