me when cats
Date night got really dark really quickly
This makes me incredibly uncomfortable
Same with you
You wanna build a sand man ?
doesn’t have to be a sand man
bring the kibbles
when are they going to invent medicine that tastes good
i learn something new everyday
i ate a whole bottle of homeopathic tablets in like 8th grade cuz it tasted so good so i wouldn’t be surprised
✹ - I cannot stand you.
✰- I need advice.
❥- Put a photo?
♣ - I hate your tumblr.
● - I admire you very much.
♥ - Will you marry me?
✿ﾟ - I love you.
☺ - I’m too shy to talk to you.
ღ - Wish you were mine.
△ - You are ridiculous.
✾ - Your tumblr is one of my favorites!
₪ - Leave tumblr. You are weak.
♔ - Age?
★ - Sexual orientation?
❈ - Last song you listened?
▲ - Favorite Number?
✖ - Your perfect girl/boy?
I’m so done with this planet
she saved two lives and all they care about is her nipple.
this is sexism, my friends.
This is just fucking ridiculous! I’m sure the last thing she gave a shit about was her nipple coming out while she was SAVING HER CHILD AND THEIR NANNY!
this is just a few what I have seen lately
I’M A GUMMY BEAR, YES I’M A GUMMY BEAR, I’M A YUMMY TUMMY LUCKY FUNNY GUMMY BEAR.
oh hell no
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.