17yr:

we accidentally built our house on this pencil

17yr:

we accidentally built our house on this pencil

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90s-outfits:

1994 ad in Teen magazine

90s-outfits:

1994 ad in Teen magazine

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qrieves:

uoa:

tinysquids:

toxicwinner:

me

I fucking quit

i hate art

"where’s your homework"

qrieves:

uoa:

tinysquids:

toxicwinner:

me

I fucking quit

i hate art

"where’s your homework"

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yolownly:

ekimsal:

yolownly:

Do u ever wonder if, in a few decades, memes will be featured in history textbooks? As a part of history and internet culture?
Bc if my descendents even have to so much as read the words “skeleton” and “war” together I’m coming out of my grave to fuck shit up

But wouldn’t that actually start the skeleton war?

Fulfill The Prophecy

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"just girly things": 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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transparentkiwi:

transparent
"modern art"
inspired by this

transparentkiwi:

transparent

"modern art"

inspired by this

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p-musette:

http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2007/11/american-sunrise/306357/

bobbycaputo:

Anna Ladd’s Photographs of Things She’s Said Online But Not Outloud

Photographer Anna Ladd’s poignant series, Things I Told the Internet, But Didn’t Tell My Mom, examines the way that blogging has impacted her life. The Philadelphia-based artist has been sharing her thoughts and feelings via this medium for the past six years, and it’s changed her conception of privacy. Intimate and revealing admissions are made to seemingly countless anonymous people on the web, but has never been talked about in person.

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sterility:

i wish we were still friends2014

sterility:

i wish we were still friends
2014

(via plantforms)


chantelle winnie by lance gross

chantelle winnie by lance gross

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