September 13, 2014   1 note

hey pretty baby get high with me

September 10, 2014

I met a lady in the meads,
Full beautiful—a faery’s child,
Her hair was long, her foot was light,
And her eyes were wild.

I made a garland for her head,
And bracelets too, and fragrant zone;
She looked at me as she did love,
And made sweet moan

I set her on my pacing steed,
And nothing else saw all day long,
For sidelong would she bend, and sing
A faery’s song.

John Keats, La Belle Dame Sans Merci

September 5, 2014
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August 31, 2014

next level

August 25, 2014   1 note
When he push a bit too deep and you like

When he push a bit too deep and you like

August 20, 2014   1 note
by Siobhán Gallagher

by Siobhán Gallagher

August 5, 2014   2 notes

the coen brothers look exactly like DB Weiss & David Benioff

July 19, 2014

"Cred"

by Adam Levin

The funny thing about Kelly’s body was the way it appeared to weirdly bulge above the puss area whenever she wore clothes, but then was fine (flat, smooth) once she got naked. (This might more accurately be described as the funny thing about Kelly’s pants, seeing as it had to be the pants that caused the bulge. And yet the pants were normal, Levi’s five-oh-whatevers, so it wouldn’t be the way the pants were made that was funny, but the way the pants fit her body. Unless it was a funny way she wore the pants, i.e., maybe they would have fit just fine if she didn’t pull the waist so high or low, or—it didn’t matter. What mattered was that the way her overpuss area bulged or seemed to bulge when she was clothed, but then didn’t bulge or seem to when she was naked, was… funny.)

Cort didn’t know whether to think of this as a gift or a curse, though.  On the one hand, the bulging overpuss area was off-putting, and that kept, he assumed, any number of other dudes from hitting on Kelly, which, for Cort, meant (most likely) a more grateful girlfriend in terms of how she fucked, not to mention less competition. But on the other hand, was Kelly The One?  Because if Kelly was The One, then hey, great: no downside to a seemingly bulging overpuss whatsoever. If Kelly was not The One, though, and Cort would, eventually, be moving on, then couldn’t dating her hurt his chances with other girls later?  Might not other girls, later, remember him as the guy who’d settled for that girl with the overpuss out to there, and thereby fail to feel flattered enough by his interest in them to give him a shot?  And even if, with his native charm (he had a way with words), Cort could overcome that particular hurdle, might not a longer-term girlfriend, at some point further along in their relationship, find herself incapable—upon recalling Kelly’s (seemingly) bulging overpuss—of accepting Cort’s assurances that she was as attractive as she wanted to be?  (“He says I’m not fat, but what does he know?  His last girlfriend weirdly bulged above the puss area!”) Or, worse, might not the new girlfriend choose to let herself go (split ends, rough knees, dimpled cellulite, etc.), believing that Cort, who had, after all, dated someone with a (seemingly) bulging overpuss, wouldn’t mind? Well… sure. Of course.  Sure.  All kinds of retarded stuff could happen, thought Cort, but that was only the scratched-up lousy side of a coin whose shiny nice side was all the cred he’d get from girls for going out with Kelly despite her unfortunate overpuss bulge. And if it did turn out that Kelly wasn’t The One, and that Cort had been suffering the overpuss bulge for a smaller payout than real true love, not only would that land him in the black, karmically, but these cred-giving girls would be all over him, knowing he would never say anything, or even think anything, about their bodies to cause them any feelings of insecurity, because, as he’d have demonstrated by dating that girl with the weird bulge above the puss area, Cort wasn’t shallow.

July 7, 2014
July 7, 2014   2 notes
post-blunt

post-blunt

July 7, 2014   21 notes

Somm (Official Trailer)

(Source: youmightfindyourself)

July 3, 2014
July 2, 2014
it’s what’s for dinner

it’s what’s for dinner

June 22, 2014   3 notes