1. mommabec:

    New labret and necklace! Thank you Sammy (don’t know your ig) and @3eyedkitten I love them so much! 😍😍😍😍😍

    (via selfkreated)

  2. internetgf:


    Scene Queens: Where Are They Now?

    Episode One

    i didn’t know just how badly i needed to see this

    (via coolcatforlife)

  3. nomadsf:


    snowflake obsidian 3/4, Death bowls 1”, Oriens with CZ 1 3/8, Bling plugs with black CZ 1”,  Zebra stone 5/8 

    Body Vision:

    Inara septum clicker 16g 5/16 in rose gold with CZ’s

    (via plugporn)

  4. historia-polski:

    Pisanki are intricately decorated Easter eggs which have been part of the Slavic tradition for centuries.  The oldest example of a pisanka in the Polish region was found in Ostrówek and is believed to be 900 years old.  Even prior to the arrival of Christianity, the egg had long been a symbol of fertility and spring, which brings new life into the world.  In the context of Christianity, the Easter egg became synonymous with the hope and faith in Jesus Christ through his resurrection. 

    Pisanki are decorated through different means, and various techniques have been employed throughout the Slavic tradition.  The oldest examples had been covered in wax which was then carved to create a design, and later dipped in a dye made from onion peels.  Different modes of decoration have yielded a variety of Easter egg art.  Beets, flower petals, oak bark, and rye are employed to create colors when making kraszanki.  Drapanki are decorated through careful etching into the the surface of a dyed egg shell, and pisanki are artfully hand-painted into various Slavic motifs.  Creating naklejanki involves gluing scraps of paper, flower petals, and other decorative materials to the eggshell, while oklejanki are adorned with bulrush pith or yarn.  Probably the most intricate and time-consuming are pisanki ażurowe, or wydmuszki.  Raw eggs are emptied of their contents through a carefully created opening, while preserving the shape of the egg.  The shell is then decorated by drilling very small holes in the surface to create a lace-like look. 

    In the past pisanki were strictly a tradition cultivated by women, and men were not allowed inside the house during the process as it was believed they had the power to cast a spell on the eggs and cause bad luck. 

    (Source: , via cosmicallycosmopolitan)

  5. wiwo-and-zeevo:


    Power Boy, by Cory Walker


    I just threw up in my mouth a bit

    (via whereismystrawberrytart)


  6. narwhal-noir:

    I took my girlfriend to an improv show the other night and during intermission we were passionately arguing over whether half a 5 Hour Energy shot would give you 2.5 hours of energy or 5 hours of half-assed energy so we turned around to ask the opinions of the three people behind us and one of them said “Are all your arguments like this because we heard you in the lobby earlier fighting over the right way to pronounce ‘egg’?”

    (via gracingyou)

  7. algeblogger:


    i didnt think this was even possible

    how did this not turn out disastrously wrong

    (via chillywind)

  8. thegayduck:



    I wish I had known about this when we had all that fucking snow this winter.

    #do you wanna stab a snowman #it doesn’t have to be a snowman

    #it doesn’t have to be a snowman

    (Source: tastefullyoffensive, via chillywind)


  9. "It’s a metaphor see: I stick the cigarettes in my mouth and I light them and I let the carcinogens go into my body, but see if I die Hell has to go into a civil war to decide who gets my soul and so they don’t let me die to preserve the underworld. Not letting them have the power to kill you see? ‘Cept for you, luv. You still have that lung cancer. Strewth."
    — John Constantine (via thedrunkenminstrel)

    (via whereismystrawberrytart)

  10. t-mosestattoos:

    #saratogatattooexpo #ascend gallery

    (via modificationnotmutilation)