People need to be encouraged. People need to be reminded of how wonderful they are. People need to be believed in - told that they are brave and smart and capable of accomplishing all the dreams they dream and more. Remind each other of this.
Stacey Jean Speer (via belsblakes)

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exhibition-ism:

Dan Tobin Smith's sweeping color gradient installation in his London studio is a sight behold 

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foxmouth:

by Arina Pozdnyak



slaughteroftheweeaboos:

ppl my age have children what the hell i am a children

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Beyoncé listening to her music.

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a-velvet-vice:

Came across this Hallmark card at Walgreens tonight.. I had to do a double take. First time I’ve seen a lesbian Mother’s Day card. :)




"I put my heart and soul into my work, and I have lost my mind in the process." ~ Vincent Van Gogh (1853-1890)

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swoleginger:

theneutronflow:

mayahan:

Space-Saving Design Ideas

Space saving furniture

The last one is def the bunk couch from the lego movie



itsraininbritishmen:

here-booker-catch:

yangxiaolongs:

cyanboo:

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hollow weenie

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IT’S STILL SEPTEMBER

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itsraininbritishmen:

here-booker-catch:

yangxiaolongs:

cyanboo:

here’s a hot dog wiener with nothing inside it in case you want to make your blog more

hollow weenie

SIT THE FUCK DOWN

IT’S STILL SEPTEMBER

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yourlostyouthcalled:

The Talking Heads – And She Was




gothicmell:

Black Baccara Rose




Dorothy Clive Garden

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congenitaldisease:

A Couple at the Le Monocle Lesbian Nightclub, Paris, 1932 - Le Monocle was a well-know lesbian bar located in Montmartre section of Paris, France that was open from the 1920s through to the early 1940s.
During the 1920s, Paris gained a reputation for the variety of its night-time options and for its free and easy attitude toward life in general. As a result, many gay and lesbian nightclubs opened and flourished. Among these was Le Monocle, which is credited with being one of the first, and certainly the most famous of lesbian nightclubs. It was opened by Lulu de Montparnasse in the Montmartre area, which at that time was the main gathering place for Parisian lesbians who were often seen at Montmartre’s outdoor cafes or dancing at the Moulin Rouge. Le Monocle’s scene was describe by Florence Tamagne as, “All the women there dressed as men, in Tuxedos, and wore their hair in a bob.” The name Le Monocle derived from a fad at the time where women who identified as lesbian would sport a monocle to indicate sexual preference. The writer Colette once observed the fad by describing women in the area as “often affecting a monocle and a white carnation in the buttonhole.”

congenitaldisease:

A Couple at the Le Monocle Lesbian Nightclub, Paris, 1932 - Le Monocle was a well-know lesbian bar located in Montmartre section of Paris, France that was open from the 1920s through to the early 1940s.

During the 1920s, Paris gained a reputation for the variety of its night-time options and for its free and easy attitude toward life in general. As a result, many gay and lesbian nightclubs opened and flourished. Among these was Le Monocle, which is credited with being one of the first, and certainly the most famous of lesbian nightclubs. It was opened by Lulu de Montparnasse in the Montmartre area, which at that time was the main gathering place for Parisian lesbians who were often seen at Montmartre’s outdoor cafes or dancing at the Moulin Rouge. Le Monocle’s scene was describe by Florence Tamagne as, “All the women there dressed as men, in Tuxedos, and wore their hair in a bob.” 

The name Le Monocle derived from a fad at the time where women who identified as lesbian would sport a monocle to indicate sexual preference. The writer Colette once observed the fad by describing women in the area as “often affecting a monocle and a white carnation in the buttonhole.”