mothbug:

she reached out her fluffy little hand to me and of course I shook it to be polite but she seems confused and offended

mothbug:

she reached out her fluffy little hand to me and of course I shook it to be polite but she seems confused and offended

skindeeptales:

Hmm can I put in a request for some octopus tattoos?
feru-leru:

003 by scottlockeart on Flickr. Now on Tumblr  http://scottlocke.tumblr.com/

feru-leru:

003 by scottlockeart on Flickr. Now on Tumblr  http://scottlocke.tumblr.com/

thisiseverydayracism:

The prison-industrial complex is just a myth…right?

thisiseverydayracism:

The prison-industrial complex is just a myth…right?

becausebirds:

LET THERE BE BONES!

becausebirds:

LET THERE BE BONES!

dannybflat:

batcave-1982:

- Siouxsie Sioux.

- Lydia Lunch.

- Nina Hagen.

- Anne Marie Hurst.

- Lene Lovich.

- Danielle Dax.

- Ana Curra.

-Dinah Cancer.

Damn

interstellar-psychedella:

The Walking Library

interstellar-psychedella:

The Walking Library

raised-from-the-grave:



Source: xx || Edited by: me

raised-from-the-grave:

Source: xx || Edited by: me

socksinator:

"Let me tell you a story little one… Hey! You’re not a cat! Get out of here!"

portraits-of-america:

     “My maiden name was Burger and his last name is Berger, so I went one letter from Burger to Berger. It gets better: His brother’s name is Bob and he was our best man. My dad’s name is also Bob, so we had two Bobs, Berger and Burger, at the wedding. Bob, his brother, was married to Linda. My name is also Linda, so we had two Linda Bergers. Everyone was confused.     “Then I go to the Secretary of State to change my name. ‘What’s your maiden name?’ Burger. ‘Now, what’s your married name?’ Berger. ‘No, no, we need your last name.’ I just gave it to you—Burger.”

Livonia, MI

portraits-of-america:

     “My maiden name was Burger and his last name is Berger, so I went one letter from Burger to Berger. It gets better: His brother’s name is Bob and he was our best man. My dad’s name is also Bob, so we had two Bobs, Berger and Burger, at the wedding. Bob, his brother, was married to Linda. My name is also Linda, so we had two Linda Bergers. Everyone was confused.
     “Then I go to the Secretary of State to change my name. ‘What’s your maiden name?’ Burger. ‘Now, what’s your married name?’ Berger. ‘No, no, we need your last name.’ I just gave it to you—Burger.”

Livonia, MI

ponderful:

Photography by Ellen Von Unwerth

catonhottinroof:

Stepan Kolesnikov  In the mountains

catonhottinroof:

Stepan Kolesnikov  In the mountains