bachelorofgeneralknowledge:

fetusinfurs:

bachelorofgeneralknowledge:

fioritoasil:

Corsican vendetta knife with floral detail

fetusinfurs

I do need a new knife…

Nuevo Rusty!
But what does it actually say?

"My wound is mortal" it’s Italian.

wolvensnothere:

thepurposeofplaying:

alljustletters:

narcomanic:

narcomanic:

i’m pretty sure this twitter account is how sexting works in night vale

i mean really

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what is going on here

this is officially my new favourite thing

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thank you for sharing it with us

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SEXTS FROM THE VOID

Y essss

(via illogical-dreamer)

Woke up.
Read the news
Nope world
Go back to bed

I can deal with humanity fucking up like this today

artifuss:

laetli:

artifuss:

Shot by jamesaridley — here I am as the alien space queen John Waters third wife homewrecker I’ve always known I’ve had inside.

This woman amazes me on an almost daily basis with her ballsiness, beauty, and bitchin’ badassery.

Reblog for the commentary and the night set.

Fucking awesome

instagram:

Circling the Globe with Hula Hoop Champion @marawa the Amazing

For more photos and videos from her hula-hooping adventures around the world, follow @marawa on Instagram.

For Instagrammer Marawa Wamp (@marawa) better known as Marawa the Amazing, hula hooping isn’t just a backyard activity—it’s a way of life.

"I am a professional hula hooper," says Marawa, who lives a nomadic lifestyle traveling, performing and teaching hula hooping around the world. "I studied hoops at circus school—true story—but there wasn’t much of a hooping community back then. It was either hooping in the circus or hooping dancing at a festival, neither of which I really got into. I worked at finding the types of shows and events that I wanted to be a part of and now have established a style that is kind of its own thing."

Marawa’s hooping travels have led her onstage with major musicians, to fashion weeks in London and Paris and even into founding her own junior league, The Majorettes (@themajorettes), who teach classes of their own in London. Marawa also once famously spun 160 hoops simultaneously, breaking a world record.

(via fuckyeahhardfemme)

worldpaintings:

Marie-Guillemine Benoist

Portrait of a Black Woman, 1800, oil paint on cloth, 81x65cm, Louvre Museum, Paris, France.

In 1800, the work was exhibited in Paris. Six years previously, slavery had been abolished, and this image became a symbol for women’s emancipation and black people’s rights.

(via noyka)

bachelorofgeneralknowledge:

fioritoasil:

Corsican vendetta knife with floral detail

fetusinfurs

I do need a new knife…

maudelynn:

Oops! Let me give you a hand! 

1920s naughty Biederer Postcards 

(via masafret)

fromgreecetoanarchy:

Detailed account of worker-controlled agriculture, industry and public services in revolutionary Spain during the civil war.
Part 1: Preamble
Part 2: Agrarian socialisation
Part 3: Industry and public services
Part 4: Towns and isolated achievements
Part 5: Parties and government
Part 6: Final reflections
thesubversivesound:

The indignity of working-for-a-living is well-known to anyone who ever has. Democracy, the great principle on which American society is supposedly founded, is thrown out the window as soon as we punch the time clock at work. With no say over what we produce, or how that production is organized, and with only a small portion of that product’s value finding its way into our paychecks, we have every right to be pissed off at our bosses.
This pamphlet was published by BossBusters, a project of the Bay Area I. W. W. (Industrial Workers of the World, or Wobblies).

continue to read here

thesubversivesound:

The indignity of working-for-a-living is well-known to anyone who ever has. Democracy, the great principle on which American society is supposedly founded, is thrown out the window as soon as we punch the time clock at work. With no say over what we produce, or how that production is organized, and with only a small portion of that product’s value finding its way into our paychecks, we have every right to be pissed off at our bosses.

This pamphlet was published by BossBusters, a project of the Bay Area I. W. W. (Industrial Workers of the World, or Wobblies).

continue to read here

(via amodernmanifesto)