I’m not biochemically depressed. But I feel like I got to dip my toe in that wading pool and, um, not going back there is more important to me than anything. It’s like worse than anything—I don’t know if you’ve had any experience with this. It’s worse than any kind of physical injury, or any kind of—it may be what in the old days was called a spiritual crisis or whatever. It’s just feeling as though the entire, every axiom of your life turned out to be false, and there was actually nothing, and you were nothing, and it was all a delusion. And that you were better than everyone else because you saw that it was a delusion, and yet you were worse because you couldn’t function.

David Foster Wallace, Although Of Course You End Up Becoming Yourself (via zabadoooh)

wow this this this

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hold your farts in all day and unleash them on catcallers

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someone accidentally dropped a camera out of a plane and it’s I think my favourite film now

how Gravity should have ended tbh

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white boys who could get it but yes i would be ashamed

watching him live is like witnessing a rapidly escalating nervous breakdown i was in the front row and we made weird really long eye contact several times it was v uncomfortable. he then pointed at me in silence he may have wanted to break my bones i wasnt sure but yeah he is hot white boy exception

Lorde - 17
Queen Nefertiti - 3384


Eliot Porter (1901-1990) - Maple and Birch Trunks and Oak Leaves, Passaconaway Road, New Hampshire, 1956
Dye transfer print (27.2 x 20.9 cm)
Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas


People (corporations) are strange when you’re a stranger, faces look ugly when capitalism

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the sad part is that not tuning that shit out is living in a constant state of fear and anxiety and im already all about that i dont need another layer of it goddammit

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U.S. boxing legend Muhammad Ali (top) smiles as he stands behind his Daughter Laila Ali, after her super-middleweight fight against Asa Sandell of Sweden in Berlin December 17, 2005


men have been more audaciously leering at me lately and mumbling things as they walk by even when im fucking wrapped up in 1395 layers of clothing its kinda bugging me out usually im hyper/over-sensitive to those things and keep an eye out esp when i see it happen to other women but because it’s more frequent im now more likely to tune it out and ignore it but that worries me because men can act on their subhuman animalistic impulses without a second’s notice and these subtle/fleeting fixations are just pretext to that and i find that disturbing

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i feel good and hopeful

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