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10 hours ago | 3,677 notes
alicexz:

“You have to invite me in.” – Let the Right One In (2008)
Here’s a painting I did of Eli and Oskar, in one of the most chilling moments of a beautiful Swedish vampire film (that I highly recommend.) Limited edition prints are available here.

alicexz:

You have to invite me in.” – Let the Right One In (2008)

Here’s a painting I did of Eli and Oskar, in one of the most chilling moments of a beautiful Swedish vampire film (that I highly recommend.) Limited edition prints are available here.

Via Dumb Alien Trash
11 hours ago | 190,275 notes

i can’t believe that tomorrow is the 1st of halloween

(Source: oikwa)

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18 hours ago | 48,233 notes

Passive aggressive Witch

baltharus:

I don’t curse people, I bless everyone around them.

Via Boredom + Showtunes
1 day ago | 37,021 notes
naturepunk:

elegantwolves:

by Klaus Bulgrin

I’m gonna eat this rock. The whole rock. Just eat it. 

naturepunk:

elegantwolves:

by Klaus Bulgrin

I’m gonna eat this rock. The whole rock. Just eat it. 

(Source: elegantwerewolves)

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1 day ago | 17,961 notes

mrpicard:

rashaka:

You don’t really understand Star Trek until you’ve seen Galaxy Quest.

Via Hero Time Is Gone
4 days ago
THE TOPLESS BATHING SUIT, or the “Monokini”

Rudy Gernreich, the inventor, told Time magazine in 1969, “The acceptance of nudity is a natural development growing out of all the loosening up, the re-evaluation of values that’s going on. There is now an honesty hangup, and part of this is not hiding the body—it stands for freedom.”

They first went on sale in New York City on June 16, 1964. 
However, the swimsuit was a piece of fashion satire. Gernreich didn’t expect anyone to like it, but he thought it was what the world was coming to. Not in a bad way, of course. He was a gay nudist and promoted sexual liberation, among other causes. 
As you can imagine, the “monokini” or “topless bathing suit” was quickly a fashion trend, but terribly hated by conservatives. 
Read more about it from the source of my information: x

THE TOPLESS BATHING SUIT, or the “Monokini”

Rudy Gernreich, the inventor, told Time magazine in 1969, “The acceptance of nudity is a natural development growing out of all the loosening up, the re-evaluation of values that’s going on. There is now an honesty hangup, and part of this is not hiding the body—it stands for freedom.”

They first went on sale in New York City on June 16, 1964. 

However, the swimsuit was a piece of fashion satire. Gernreich didn’t expect anyone to like it, but he thought it was what the world was coming to. Not in a bad way, of course. He was a gay nudist and promoted sexual liberation, among other causes. 

As you can imagine, the “monokini” or “topless bathing suit” was quickly a fashion trend, but terribly hated by conservatives. 

Read more about it from the source of my information: x

4 days ago | 54,250 notes

You’ll pry my Oxford comma from my cold, dead, and lifeless hands.

(Source: delgrosso)

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4 days ago | 7,042 notes

Dalek Episodes: 2005 - present
They survive. They always survive while I lose everything.

(Source: oswinsleaf)

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4 days ago | 3 notes

@Variety, thank you so much for covering the removal of Soundstage 28. We are current tour guides; on behalf of our coworkers, we are extremely disappointed in the way the company has handled these situations. Despite this article and others, we were banned from mentioning Stage 28 or any of its productions even before demolition began. Now, as the remnants of the building sit in a heap, we feel compelled to pay it the deserved tribute that the company did not give.

We would like your help in encouraging visitors, especially annual pass holders, to bring black roses (preferably) and throw them as the tram passes by the site. Even if the participation is low, hopefully the message will be received. Our anonymity is obviously important, therefore we are looking for as much support of this underground movement as we can get. Please friend us on Facebook and retweet us on Twitter.

“If I am the Phantom, it is because man’s hatred has made me so… If I shall be saved, it will be because your love redeems me.”

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Well, guys, we lost.

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