I'm Not Bitter, Just Unsweetened

Sep 29

Anonymous said: imagine hannibal lecter can fit his whole fist in his mouth

emungere:

imaginehanniballecter:

i think he’s fitting his whole fist somewhere else in this pic

Gee, I wonder where?


paul-mclennon:

OH MY GOD


Go, Xenia!

paul-mclennon:

OH MY GOD

Go, Xenia!

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riceflavor:

gayerthantegan:

pumpkinpieinyoureyes:

jessiesula:

pizzaforpresident:

I’m so done with this planet

she saved two lives and all they care about is her nipple.

this is sexism, my friends.

This is just fucking ridiculous! I’m sure the last thing she gave a shit about was her nipple coming out while she was SAVING HER CHILD AND THEIR NANNY! 

The saddest part is that two people were drowning, one of them was a child, and these photographers thought it was more important to take pictures rather than help.

That sad

jeeeeeeez


“In general, I think we need to move away from the premise that being a good person is a fixed immutable characteristic and shift towards seeing being good as a practice. And it is a practice that we carry out by engaging with our imperfections. We need to shift towards thinking that being a good person is like being a clean person. Being a clean person is something you maintain and work on every day.We don’t assume ‘I am a clean person therefore I don’t need to brush my teeth.’ When someone suggests to us that we have something stuck in our teeth we don’t say to them ‘What do you mean I have something stuck in my teeth—but I’m a clean person?!’”

Jay Smooth in his TED speech “how I learned to stop worrying and love discussing race” (via tropicanastasia)

Jay Smooth almost always a reblog

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damn-it-darcy:

Punklock. Tattoolock. Genderfluid/genderqueer Sherlock. Bam.
(I wasn’t able to include it in this image, but this is basically how I like my balletlock. Or rather, dancelock. I also like the idea that they don’t adhere strictly to any particular form, and therefore don’t particularly fit stylistically with other dancers.)
Anyhow, before anyone points out the fact that the tattoo on Sherlock’s chest shows the planets of our solar system — which may be utterly out of place given canon!Sherlock’s lack of regard for such information — the tattoo is a copy of the Pioneer plaques, which were placed aboard the Pioneer 10 and Pioneer 11 spacecrafts. The plaques provide pictorial information about the origin of the craft, in the event that it meets intelligent extraterrestrial life. Basically, Sherlock is the spacecraft, exploring the universe alone, and other people are the alien life. Y’all get it.

damn-it-darcy:

Punklock. Tattoolock. Genderfluid/genderqueer Sherlock. Bam.

(I wasn’t able to include it in this image, but this is basically how I like my balletlock. Or rather, dancelock. I also like the idea that they don’t adhere strictly to any particular form, and therefore don’t particularly fit stylistically with other dancers.)

Anyhow, before anyone points out the fact that the tattoo on Sherlock’s chest shows the planets of our solar system — which may be utterly out of place given canon!Sherlock’s lack of regard for such information — the tattoo is a copy of the Pioneer plaques, which were placed aboard the Pioneer 10 and Pioneer 11 spacecrafts. The plaques provide pictorial information about the origin of the craft, in the event that it meets intelligent extraterrestrial life. Basically, Sherlock is the spacecraft, exploring the universe alone, and other people are the alien life. Y’all get it.

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keire-ke:

To celebrate my brand new degree, help yourself to a doodle prompt!

Congratulations!

keire-ke:

To celebrate my brand new degree, help yourself to a doodle prompt!

Congratulations!



CLASH: Hannibal no doubt cares deeply for Will but does some truly heinous things to him. He seems to be trying to inextricably link Will to himself, making it increasingly difficult to separate the psychologies of the two characters.Mads: There’s many reasons, definitely that, but if you look at cannibalism throughout history there is something extreme about consuming somebody else. If you love someone fully the most extreme you can go with that is to digest them and make them be part of you. It’s a super selfish thing but it’s a big part of cannibalism. For that reason he wants to possess Will. Not necessarily by eating but just the step before eating would be interesting and we could be one, in tune. It’s a very complex relationship they have. [x]

CLASH: Hannibal no doubt cares deeply for Will but does some truly heinous things to him. He seems to be trying to inextricably link Will to himself, making it increasingly difficult to separate the psychologies of the two characters.

Mads: There’s many reasons, definitely that, but if you look at cannibalism throughout history there is something extreme about consuming somebody else. If you love someone fully the most extreme you can go with that is to digest them and make them be part of you. It’s a super selfish thing but it’s a big part of cannibalism. For that reason he wants to possess Will. Not necessarily by eating but just the step before eating would be interesting and we could be one, in tune. It’s a very complex relationship they have. [x]

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amorpuerilis:

"Room 69" ph. Walter Pfeiffer for Vogue Hommes

amorpuerilis:

"Room 69" ph. Walter Pfeiffer for Vogue Hommes

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geisha-kai:

Little maiko in Gion Kobu before the War by Rosarote on Flickr
At the beginning of XX century maiko used to be recruited even at the age of 11 - some of them looked pretty young!
This one is wearing an expensive kimono made of shibori - I assume it must have been taken in winter, maybe even in December.

geisha-kai:

Little maiko in Gion Kobu before the War by Rosarote on Flickr

At the beginning of XX century maiko used to be recruited even at the age of 11 - some of them looked pretty young!

This one is wearing an expensive kimono made of shibori - I assume it must have been taken in winter, maybe even in December.

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