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eyecandybutts:

#the first chicks just like yeah all right lets get physically fit #the second woman is ready to slit somebody’s throat #the third guy just watched the second woman slit someone he loves throat #and the fourth guy is having explosive diarrhea and hoping to distract himself from the pain #using this level forty fist nunchuck

and at level 70 you fucking animorph into a gorilla

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eyecandybutts:

#the first chicks just like yeah all right lets get physically fit #the second woman is ready to slit somebody’s throat #the third guy just watched the second woman slit someone he loves throat #and the fourth guy is having explosive diarrhea and hoping to distract himself from the pain #using this level forty fist nunchuck

and at level 70 you fucking animorph into a gorilla

But then I realized I was holding onto something that didn’t exist anymore. That the person I missed didn’t exist anymore. People change. The things we like and dislike change. And we could wish all day long that they didn’t, but they always will.

Sarah Ockler (via rhymez)

razorshapes:

Richard Mosse - The Enclave (2012)
From HUH. Magazine:
"…shot using discontinued military surveillance film formerly used to identify camouflaged targets.
Mosse and his team spent three years in eastern Congo to shoot the unsettling series, which documents a brutal conflict that, to date, has killed 5.4 million people.”
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razorshapes:

Richard Mosse - The Enclave (2012)
From HUH. Magazine:
"…shot using discontinued military surveillance film formerly used to identify camouflaged targets.
Mosse and his team spent three years in eastern Congo to shoot the unsettling series, which documents a brutal conflict that, to date, has killed 5.4 million people.”
Zoom Info
razorshapes:

Richard Mosse - The Enclave (2012)
From HUH. Magazine:
"…shot using discontinued military surveillance film formerly used to identify camouflaged targets.
Mosse and his team spent three years in eastern Congo to shoot the unsettling series, which documents a brutal conflict that, to date, has killed 5.4 million people.”
Zoom Info
razorshapes:

Richard Mosse - The Enclave (2012)
From HUH. Magazine:
"…shot using discontinued military surveillance film formerly used to identify camouflaged targets.
Mosse and his team spent three years in eastern Congo to shoot the unsettling series, which documents a brutal conflict that, to date, has killed 5.4 million people.”
Zoom Info

razorshapes:

Richard Mosse - The Enclave (2012)

From HUH. Magazine:

"…shot using discontinued military surveillance film formerly used to identify camouflaged targets.

Mosse and his team spent three years in eastern Congo to shoot the unsettling series, which documents a brutal conflict that, to date, has killed 5.4 million people.”

It is illegal for women to go topless in most cities, yet you can buy a magazine of a woman without her top on at any 7-11 store. So, you can sell breasts, but you cannot wear breasts, in America.

Violet Rose (via makethemdream)