Just spent twenty minutes balancing my phone upright against a hardback copy of Hillary Clinton’s new book ‘Hard Choices’ to take a picture of myself in my new ‘American Psycho’ shirt with the timer on the camera, when I was suddenly hit by two things. The crushing futility of what I as doing, and then the copy of Hillary Clinton’s new book ‘Hard Choices’ when it fell on my head as I bent down to pick up something shiny. I don’t deserve to be taken to Dorsia, but do however deserve an axe to the back of the head. ‘This confession has meant nothing.’

Life tourist and general non entity Josie Cunningham has sold tickets to her own birthing ceremony for £10,000, and you can even film her gaping Ginsters pie hole if you want to, and put it on DVD to watch over and over again each Christmas with your own family I’m presuming. I would like to donate £10 to see her self abort with a teaspoon because ultimately it would be a lot kinder on the poor spawn and the whole world in general.
monsieurcouture:

Killian Kerner S/S 2015 Menswear

monsieurcouture:

Killian Kerner S/S 2015 Menswear

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weirdvintage:

A Charleston dance contest with tiger at Princeton. It was said that the tiger’s style was a bit more Jitterbug than Charleston.  Photo by Martha Holmes, 1949 (via)

weirdvintage:

A Charleston dance contest with tiger at Princeton. It was said that the tiger’s style was a bit more Jitterbug than Charleston.  Photo by Martha Holmes, 1949 (via)

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ugurtardi:

The art of Benicio

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neuromaencer:

cooled conservatories by wilkinson eyre architects

neuromaencer:

cooled conservatories by wilkinson eyre architects

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teatrrozrywki:

When people won’t go to see shows with me…

morrisseymakesmebend

vivalasvicky:

teatrrozrywki:

When people won’t go to see shows with me…

morrisseymakesmebend
greuze:

Studio of Guido Reni (1575-1642)Lucretia (Detail)Oil on canvas, 17th Century

greuze:

Studio of Guido Reni (1575-1642)
Lucretia (Detail)
Oil on canvas, 17th Century

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