silentcircles:

Why do anything on a Friday night when you could lay in bed and cry forever in new lingerie


venusianmagic:

foxadhd:

Pizza Princess 

I’ve never wanted to be anything more than this.

venusianmagic:

foxadhd:

Pizza Princess 

I’ve never wanted to be anything more than this.

(via girl-farts)



Illustration by Al Moore, 1951

Illustration by Al Moore, 1951

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skypestripper:

im glad i dont have a thigh gap i almost dropped my phone into the toilet but i caught it with thunder and lightning

(via heartdashbeats)


Broken Homes (feat. PJ Harvey)
Tricky
A Ruff Guide


cross-connect:

Xu Zhen's under heaven series showcasing an experimental method involving oil and dibond. The pieces resemble icing on a cake, with its swirling patterns and peaks suggesting cityscapes as viewed from above.

artsy.net

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maybeedmonton:

“When Kathleen Andrews became Edmonton’s first female bus driver in 1975, there were no female bathrooms in the bus depots and no radios on any of the buses.
So Andrews carried a dime in her pocket for emergency calls in phone booths, used the male manager’s private bathroom and picked up the tradition of waving to other passing bus drivers as a signal she was safe.
She faced drunken louts trying to pick her up, male colleagues who questioned her ability to drive and passengers who refused to get onto her bus because she was a woman driver. But Andrews stuck it out behind the steering wheel for three years before moving up the ranks, becoming a pioneer at Edmonton Transit Services while working to bring in a stable income for her two children.”

maybeedmonton:

When Kathleen Andrews became Edmonton’s first female bus driver in 1975, there were no female bathrooms in the bus depots and no radios on any of the buses.

So Andrews carried a dime in her pocket for emergency calls in phone booths, used the male manager’s private bathroom and picked up the tradition of waving to other passing bus drivers as a signal she was safe.

She faced drunken louts trying to pick her up, male colleagues who questioned her ability to drive and passengers who refused to get onto her bus because she was a woman driver. But Andrews stuck it out behind the steering wheel for three years before moving up the ranks, becoming a pioneer at Edmonton Transit Services while working to bring in a stable income for her two children.”


thirdeyecry:

so beautiful

thirdeyecry:

so beautiful

(via prince-of-nettles)


I don’t miss you, but I remember you. You taught a lesson and for that I give you gratitude.

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THIS IS SO IMPORTANT

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