I'll be a brand new day in a life that you hate.

Oct 15

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lindsayolohan:

Y’all just couldn’t wait till February huh

lindsayolohan:

Y’all just couldn’t wait till February huh

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Oct 14

lapitiedangereuse:

egon schiele

lapitiedangereuse:

egon schiele

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Oct 13

whoneedsagathusia:

Edvard Munch
Moonlight by the Mediterranean, 1892

whoneedsagathusia:

Edvard Munch

Moonlight by the Mediterranean, 1892

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memeterprise:

wrecked

memeterprise:

wrecked

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Oct 12

Oct 11

“Vincent Van Gogh used to eat yellow paint because he thought it would get the happiness inside him. Many people thought he was mad and stupid for doing so because the paint was toxic, never mind that it was obvious that eating paint couldn’t possible have any direct correlation to one’s happiness, but I never saw that. If you were so unhappy that even the maddest ideas could possible work, like painting the walls of your internal organs yellow, than you are going to do it. It’s really no different than falling in love or taking drugs. There is a greater risk of getting your heart broken or overdosing, but people still do it everyday because there was always that chance it could make things better. Everyone has their yellow paint.” — (via dontbesadlove)

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you can tell a lot about a person by which season of AHS was their favorite

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fleeten:

don’t stare at the moon too long or else you’ll remember that nothing in this stupid fucking world makes sense

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mrkiki:

Andrea Mary MarshallSelf portrait with a lover. 2010Oil on canvas30 x 40 in
VIA

mrkiki:

Andrea Mary Marshall
Self portrait with a lover. 2010
Oil on canvas
30 x 40 in

VIA

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engineeringhistory:

Leonardo da Vinci’s design for a flying machine, circa 1487. While da Vinci did not attempt to construct any of his flying machines, he extensively studied bird behavior and applied its principles to his sketches. The first documented successful human flight was in 1783 by Montgolfier brothers on October 19th, using a hot air balloon carrying three passengers.

engineeringhistory:

Leonardo da Vinci’s design for a flying machine, circa 1487. While da Vinci did not attempt to construct any of his flying machines, he extensively studied bird behavior and applied its principles to his sketches. The first documented successful human flight was in 1783 by Montgolfier brothers on October 19th, using a hot air balloon carrying three passengers.

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