1. Ok.

     
  2. vixyish:

    wolverxne:

    Freddy The Fox by: [Rob Lee]

    Photographers note: "This brave fox wandered up on our porch. He's half cat, half dog, and all cute. When the fox first came for a visit we instantly named it "Freddy the Fox." But after we got to know it we found out Freddy is actually Frederica."

    BABYYYYYY

    (You can still call Frederica “Freddy”!)

    (Source: WOLVERXNE, via hologram2pac)

     

  3. cutebabe:

    lil-ith:

    shakethecobwebs:

    boycott dudes who manipulate you into meeting their emotional or sexual needs but won’t date you 2k14

    amen

    oh my god 

    I’m in trouble

    (via versaceontherocks)

     
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  5. khinaye:

    I’ve really had it up to here with pretentious punk white boys who trash religion all day long and don’t give a fuck about the interrelation of faith and cultural identity for people of color; like sorry the only culture you know is Ian MacKaye and the God Delusion, your overbearing christian upper middle class family and the shitty midwestern town you grew up in

    (via hearsedesbenz)

     
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  7. Now I’m sad

     
  8. thisishangingrockcomics:

    thanks collin for sayin this to me on a walk last week. thanks stack of musty early 90s manga sitting in the backroom at work for givin me stylistic inspiration

     

  9. theepochisnow:

    watching my father cry 

    as my uncle’s swallowed by the dark 
    that’s when i learned that i would die 
    that’s when i prayed to god that i’d go

    suddenly, suddenly “

    Download this song and all of Wendy HERE!

     
  10. passivelyaggravated:

    Hall shows are fun.

    Surprised this got slept on tbh

     
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  12. spooky69cat:

    filthy mcnasty’s is 2punk4me

     

  13. Should I even keep this thing up or

     
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  15. "I never felt right being alone; sometimes it felt good but it never felt right."
    — Bukowski, Charles. Women.  (via wordsnquotes)

    Finally started reading Bukowski. Should never have let myself stray this far from literature.

    (via wordsnquotes)