where boys fear to tread

21; f; east coast; DBAA

mythologyofblue:

Michael Snow, Bees Behaving on Blue, 1979

mythologyofblue:

Michael Snow, Bees Behaving on Blue, 1979

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gameraboy:

Murder is snazzy!
Teen Comics #23 (1947)

gameraboy:

Murder is snazzy!

Teen Comics #23 (1947)

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classichorrorblog:

Dawn Of The Dead (2004)

Directed by Zack Snyder

A nurse, a policeman, a young married couple, a salesman, and other survivors of a worldwide plague that is producing aggressive, flesh-eating zombies, take refuge in a mega Midwestern shopping mall.

for me, the rooftop scenes with the guy from the gun store are what make this film fantastic. what a surprisingly good revamp of a true classic.

just got sandman books 4-10 and a fantastic jean jacket in the mail and i’m a happy lady rn

also the shopgirl at lush wrote down a list of fantastic folk-rock albums that she thinks i’d like cause we were talking about music and it was fantastic

my mom just chased me around the house trying to put bronzer on my face
she keeps yelling “YOU’RE TOO PALE, PEOPLE WILL THINK YOU’RE A WHITE PERSON”

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wavingtovirginia:

Virginia Woolf, Vita Sackville-West and two dogs sitting on a grass bank. Monk’s House (Rodmell, England), 1933.

I try to invent you for myself, but find I really have only 2 twigs and 3 straws to do it with. I can get the sensation of seeing you—hair, lips, colour, height, even, now and then, the eyes and hands, but I find you going off, to walk in the garden, to play tennis, to dig, to sit smoking and talking, and then I cant invent a thing you say—This proves, what I could write reams about—how little we know anyone, only movements and gestures, nothing connected, continuous, profound. But give me a hint I implore.”

— Virginia Woolf in a letter to Vita Sackville-West

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