beckyhop:

zftw:

we need to talk about that house loan

It’s gonna cost you a leg. Specifically, that guy’s prosthetic leg.
I need it.


And that guys eye
malformalady:

Artist Maskull Lasserre carves imagined skeletons into souvenir sculptures and decoys. Decoy Study (Duck), 2014. 15 x 5 x 6 inches.
systemofadowny:

On that @resolutewears hype, use my url for discount on everything
mschaos:

baital:

ultrafunnypictures:

Bats illuminated by lightning

Oh my god fishheadned look

wow!
haylienoire:

censored. @spxrk

photographed by Roe Ethridge for W September 2014
hello 

asleepylioness:


Dear Sister Lioness,
This is my confession. A long, long time ago when my life was completely different to what it is now and I had a little less of a tummy, I made some extra money as a life model. There were two reasons why I did it - it was easy money and the art tutor was really hot in an ‘older man that I really shouldn’t think about that way’ kinda way. Anyway I’ve had short dark hair for years and as part of my ’job’ the tutor suggested I wear a long wig, so I found the one above and wore it for my next session. Anyway, long story short, I had sex with the tutor after the class in the art store and I wore the wig throughout, I’ve kept that wig for over 10 years now! It wasn’t my finest hour (he was married with a family) and continued for a while, but I was young, not his first ‘model’ and definitely not his last. I found out years later (I hate facebook) his marriage broke down, and although it was years after me I can’t help but feel a little responsible!
I added the candle for extra life model points!
Thank you for hearing my confession, Claire

Claire - what a great confession. I want to try life modeling so badly but i’m scared to death of how people would draw, paint, model me - is that weird? I think you look absolutely gorgeous wearing that wig, even under different (healthier?) circumstances, years later. 
I look tired a lot