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carlgauss:

@imsebastianstanAlrightPhilly. Let’sdothis. #wizardworld #wwphillycc#winterschildren #whereismackie#cheesesteakdreaming #ssexpress

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carlgauss:

@imsebastianstanAlrightPhilly. Let’sdothis. #wizardworld #wwphillycc#winterschildren #whereismackie#cheesesteakdreaming #ssexpress

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hkirkh:

"Vintage" Ads for modern day sites

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oceanmaster:



THIS IS THE CUTEST MOTHER FUCKING THING ON THIS SITE I WANT TO CRY

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THIS IS THE CUTEST MOTHER FUCKING THING ON THIS SITE I WANT TO CRY

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batcii:

smoo told me to draw zutara week stuff so instead i drew some modern au gaang. sorry for my shitty handwriting.

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andrewpresents:

Sam Smith | 'How Will I Know' (Whitney Houston Cover)

There is literally nothing wrong with this live cover of Whitney’s classic ‘How Will I Know’. If you thought you knew that song, think again because Sam Smith just did what he does best and totally transformed this upbeat pop tune into a stunning ballad. It’s a night and day difference and I couldn’t love it more!

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"Horror violates the taken-for-granted ‘natural’ order. It blurs boundaries and mixes categories that are usually regarded as discrete to create…’[im]purity and danger.’ The anomaly manifests itself as the monster: a force that is unnatural, deviant, and possibly malformed. The monster violates the boundaries of the body in a two-fold manner: through the use of violence against other bodies…and through the disruptive qualities of its own body. The monster’s body is marked by the disruption of categories; it embodies contradiction. The pallor of the vampire, the weirdly oxymoronic ‘living dead’ signifies death, yet the sated vampire’s veins surge with the blood of its victim. The monster disrupts the social order by dissolving the basis of its signifying system, its network of differences: me/not me, animate/inanimate, human/nonhuman, life/death. The monster’s body dissolves binary differences.

The monster signifies what Julia Kristeva calls the ‘abject,’ that which does not ‘respect borders, positions, rules’—‘the place where meaning collapses’. Danger is born of this confusion because it violates cultural categories. This is why the destruction of the monster is imperitave; it is only when the monster is truly dead and subject to decay that it ceases to threaten the social order. Disintegration promises to reduce the monster to an undifferentiated mass, one that no longer embodies difference and contradition, for ‘where there is no differentiation, there is no defilement’."

— Isabel Cristina Pinedo, Recreational Terror: Women and the Pleasures of Horror Film Viewing (via folkmessiah)

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rinavygirl:

Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake in a photo shoot for the magazine Howard Rosenberg Hello (September 2003).

#neverforget

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shapeandcolour:

This weekend, activists in Uganda - a country where homosexuality is punishable by death - held their first Pride. 
This is the epitome of courage. I have no other words. 

this is making me tear up holy shit

sloppy:

shapeandcolour:

This weekend, activists in Uganda - a country where homosexuality is punishable by death - held their first Pride. 

This is the epitome of courage. I have no other words. 

this is making me tear up holy shit

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timetravelandrocketpoweredapes:

Sikh Captain America (Vishavjit Singh)

"Sikh Captain America is a vision inspired by real life events and cinematic version of Jack Kirby’s fictional character. A 2-D creation of the turbaned and bearded Captain by cartoonist Vishavjit Singh inspired Fiona Aboud, a NYC based photographer to bring to life a 3-D version of the character.

The outcome was a memorable photoshoot on the streets of New York with the photographer behind the camera and the cartoonist in front of the camera.”

What I learned as Captain America in a turban by Vishavjit Singh

Vishavjit Singh website / twitter / Prints availables at redbubble

Fiona Aboud website

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sharpedos:

Medusa and her blind boyfriend go out on their first date and he panics because he cant tell her she looks pretty so he says something really stupid like “I REALLY like snakes”

This is so fucking cute

this should be a young adult romance novel right now

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Had a sudden urge to draw this.

Omg i need more

oh my god

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