Dear Trina, Hello...

Too judgmental for someone that wears a child's snuggie on a daily basis.

“If you have to talk to more than three people about the same problem, you don’t want help. You want attention.”

—   Naomi Campbell (via supermodelgif)

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bybyeblackbird:


"Depp shares my work ethic. We should be working on the show but.. ‘You’ve never been to Target??’" (x)

Johnny Depp and Doug Stanhope hang out at Target, August 27, 2014.

bybyeblackbird:

"Depp shares my work ethic. We should be working on the show but.. ‘You’ve never been to Target??’" (x)

Johnny Depp and Doug Stanhope hang out at Target, August 27, 2014.

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“He’s so damned nice and he’s so awful. He’s my sort of thing.”

—   Ernest Hemingway, from The Sun Also Rises   (via kitty-en-classe)

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infinitelull:

whoops not sorry. 

infinitelull:

whoops not sorry. 

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…Many travelers wonder why they have a bad experience abroad; the answer is often that they didn’t learn the local rules for politeness and came off as total jerks. New York also has its unwritten code of conduct.

Yet, for some reason, a huge number of tourists to New York seem to totally forget that when you are a guest somewhere, it behooves YOU to learn the unwritten rules of conduct so that you will not upset the delicate social balance of the place you are visiting. Because New York relies so much on foot traffic, these people often utterly disrupt the flow in the subway or on the street, and then complain that New Yorkers are “rude” when we do not accommodate their interference with our lives.

Don’t understand what I’m talking about? At peak hours, there can be 150 people walking on a given avenue block trying to get to work. There can be 1,000 or more people on a subway train. There can be 50 people trying to get off of a bus or a subway car. 100 people may be trying to go up or down a staircase or escalator at any given time.

And yet, every day I see tourists and just general social malefactors who stop in the middle of sidewalks, who hold up entire subway trains because they try to force the doors open, who block a stairwell or who try to get on a subway car before they let anyone else off.

This is a sense of entitlement that the pace of this city cannot abide.

I assure you, you do not have an excuse for delaying 1,000 people who are trying to get to work. If you do, you’d be in a job where you’d have a car with sirens, at the very least. Your trip to the bank or to the American Museum of Natural History is not something that should interfere with the professional lives of 1,000 people. So when you hold that subway car, and people curse at you, or when you prevent them from getting off the train and they barrel right into you, there’s a simple lesson: this is your fault, as much as it would be your fault if you blocked three lanes of the highway so you could get out and look at your map.

—   John Skylar ”New Yorkers Aren’t Rude. You Are.” (via forthosewhocravefashion)

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person:

but what if your parents had aborted YOU

me:

well okay for starters i wouldn't have been forced to hear that stupid ass comment you just made

bombing:

Columbian artist Lola has a knack for painting over sordid polaroid photographs, leaving everything and nothing to the imagination all at once

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