beautifulfic:

Don’t Give Up.

A longer version on the same theme as this brilliant post, and definitely worth a good watch on a bad day (also, that music is great to write to!)

existentialismandmakeup:

miikachu:

onlylolgifs:

High Five New York

See? Now this is a prank. Something silly and good intentioned and actually funny. Not groping poor, unsuspecting girls.

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pomeray:

jenny holzer

vonmunsterr:

toastedpopsicle:

CAT NEST

CAT NEST

CAAAAAAAAT NEEEEEEEEST.

CAT. NEST.

i definitely thought the orange one was a pumpkin and this was some weird yankee halloween thing

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findchaos:

carry-on-my-wayward-assbuttt:

findchaos:

whowasntthere:

findchaos:

Don’t limit yourself to just one type of legume, either: try string beans, peanuts, fava beans!

Mix n’ match!

Outline all of the lips or just one of the halves, the possibilities are endless!*

*They are not.

It’s sad because this actually works. Green beans = thinner lips, peanuts = super plump lips, garbanzo beans = round, tiny lips. God damn it, Stiffler.

Reblogging for the daytime crowd! Next tutorial: Nuts for Eyes. Let’s see how long I can get away with food objects.

Oh my god why havent I seen this before

I can’t believe my ridiculous bean-lip tutorial has 60K+ notes.

This makes my hollow promise of “nuts for eyes” a bigger cliffhanger than I ever intended.

bisexual-books:

Happy Celebrate Bisexuality Day everyone!!!  We’re often asked about our favorite bisexual books so here they are!

Title: Bi Notes for a Bisexual Revolution
Author: Shiri Eisner (bidyke)
Recommended by: Sarah
A stunning, thought-provoking work of intersectional feminist non-fiction that both supports bisexual people and challenges them to be forces of revolutionary cultural change.  

Title: Strangers in Paradise
Author: Terry Moore
Recommended by: Evan and Sarah
A beautifully drawn and written graphic novel series detailing the long and complicated path we sometimes take towards love.

Title: Adaptation and it’s sequel Inheritance
Author: Malinda Lo
Recommended by: Ellie
An X-Files inspired science fiction adventure with aliens, government conspiracies, and a unique solution to the classic young adult love triangle story.

Title: Grasshopper Jungle
Author: Andrew Smith
Recommended by: Evan
Appeals to fans of sci fi, the apocalypse, YA lit, and has a strong bi romantic triangle.

Title: Hild
Author: Nicola Griffith
Recommended by: Ellie
An exquisitely detailed historical epic based of the life of St Hild of Whitby in medieval England. Will appeal to readers who like intense historical accuracy and period-accurate bisexual characters.

Title: Not My Father’s Son
Author: Alan Cumming
Recommended by: Evan
I think it’s so important to read the real life stories of bisexuals and their struggles and successes in life. This is also an excellent portrayal of life and recovery in domestic violence situations.

Title: Otherbound
Author: Corinne Duyvis 
Recommended by: Sarah
A stunning fantasy grounded in diversity, social justice, and power/privilege dynamics where an epileptic Latino teen boy visits the magical world of a mute bisexual girl when he closes his eyes.  

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