Half of the Chilton fandom after Yakimono.
Hannibal the Cannibal
wolf child, blood child, dark heart
Underwater Photobraphy by Zena Holloway, Swan Song.
Watch the Video on Youtube.
you are now one day closer to eating your next plate of nachos
This is the most hopeful thing I’ve ever read.
what if I die tomorrow and never eat any nachos
then tomorrow is nacho lucky day
Jenny Holzer_Your Oldest Fears Are the Worst Ones NYC 1982
Driss Ouadahi - Fences (2010-12)
Current location: sat outside watching Dawson’s Creek and smoking a cigar because insomnia.
Does Dawson ever cut off these disgusting bangs???
- Me: I hope you choke to death like Joffery Baratheon!
- BF: Wait what? He dies?! God why didn't you say spoiler???
"Today’s Girls Love Pink Bows as Playthings, but These Shoot" claims a recent New York Times article about archery’s current pop culture moment, thanks to the Hunger Games trilogy and Disney’s “Brave.” But as these 1940s images from the University of Iowa suggest, the latest resurgence is part of a longer tradition of female participation in the sport:
[Archery] had been a popular female sport for many centuries, with such famous archers as Anne Boleyn and Elizabeth I. Women’s participation in archery did not breech any standards of propriety for young students. Archery was elegant and graceful, and women could participate outdoors, while corseted and dressed fashionably, and without having to wear the shocking bloomers… [Student experimentation] in competitive, individual sports such as fencing, archery, tennis, golf, and bicycling… were important for paving the way to more competitive and vigorous women’s sports. — Bright Epoch: Women and Coeducation in the American West by Andrea G. Radke-Moss
The odds of being attacked by a shark in the US are 1 in 11,500,000, but no one gets mad at people who want to avoid the ocean.
The odds of a woman being sexually assaulted in her lifetime are 1 in 6, but if she doesn’t feel safe around strange men she’s a stereotyping bitch.
Strange old world we live in.