28 12 / 2013

I have decided I am going to make a new blog dedicated to random shit but mostly lingerie and stuff like that because I actually love those kinds of things

28 12 / 2013

hey-doesnt-he-rap:

chicken-nuggets-galore:

Do twins have the same sized dick?

now we’re asking the real questions

(Source: chicken-nuggets-galore, via my-screaming-insanity)

29 7 / 2013

i-heart-hawkguy:

shawarmababy:

Steve, Tony can’t handle all your sassiness.

Okay, I wasn’t sold on this show for the first couple of episodes.

Consider me now sold

(Source: commandersass, via enc-orange)

29 7 / 2013

thacademywas:

I DON’T WANT A BUFF ATHLETE AS A BOYFRIEND I WANT A CUTE PUNK ROCK BOY WHO IS IN A BAND AND INVITES ME TO LISTEN TO HIS BAND IN THEIR GARAGE OR THEIR BASEMENT OR WHATEVER IDK I’D RATHER WATCH AND LISTEN AND JAM WHILE HE’S BEING PASSIONATE ABOUT MUSIC INSTEAD OF HIM THROWING OR KICKING SOME BALL AROUND A FIELD LIKE LET’S HEAD BANG AND MAKE OUT COME ON 

(Source: ttroybolton, via enc-orange)

29 7 / 2013

29 7 / 2013

29 7 / 2013

29 7 / 2013

the-pietriarchy:

factualwiley:

the-pietriarchy:

I don’t care if it’s five million degrees and we are residing in the middle of a volcano I need a blanket to curl up in before I can even try to go to sleep

You are the devil’s mistress, most surely

I will neither confirm or deny that claim

(via enc-orange)

29 7 / 2013

29 7 / 2013

bobbycaputo:

Complete Strangers Pose Together for Portraits  by Photographer Richard Renaldi

In a world where the act of touch is reserved to those that people are comfortable with, Renaldi breaks through the stereotype and creates images that suggest that these complete strangers are close – like friends or family. In his words:

I am a New York city based photographer who began a life long relationship with photography back in high school in 1984. I few years ago I became interested in the dynamics of group portraiture and this led me to the project you see here. The premise of this work is simple: I meet two or more people on the street who are strangers to each other, and to me. I ask them if they will pose for a photograph together with the stipulation that they must touch each other in some manner. Frequently, I instruct or coach the subjects how to touch. Just as often, I let their tentative physical exploration play out before my camera with no interference. Though these situations involve orchestrated collaborations between subject and photographer, the emotions captured are both genuine and honest. Touching Strangers encourages viewers to think about how we relate physically to one another, and to entertain the possibility that there is unlimited potential for new relationships with almost everybody passing by.

(via enc-orange)