a day without laughter is a day wasted

Kadi. 20. Majoring in Architecture. From California. Now living in Louisiana. I like assorted television shows, anime, cute animals, and I take nothing serously.

Jul 23

exit152:

the idea of wearing jeans that are not skinny jeans terrifies me now i can’t remember what i used to do with all that extra space around my ankles 

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scarygoddess:

I, a big wrinkle, made all of these smaller wrinkles.

scarygoddess:

I, a big wrinkle, made all of these smaller wrinkles.

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Someone on Twitter asked me at the Ask Orange event last week what my favorite thing is about Poussey, and I said “her smile.” Because, although a lot of people talk about how the show is a mix between comedy and drama, being in prison is not necessarily funny. It’s not a funny situation. But there can be people in prison who are naturally funny people, and people that you would enjoy spending time with, enjoy sharing a meal with. Although throughout the season you see that Poussey is frustrated by her incarceration, she has four more years to do there, so it’s not like she can so much see her end date. So I think, in contrast to some of the other characters, she really has to make prison her home, and has to make it livable there. I really enjoyed finding the joy within the fucked up-ness of it. —Samira Wiley

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My great-great-grandmother’s portrait hung in the university up until the Revolution. By then, the truth of their romance had been reduced to a simple fairy tale. And, while Cinderella and her prince did live happily ever after, the point, gentlemen, is that they lived.

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cora-hale:

doin some research on parrish


Jul 22
outerspacecake:

I didn’t realize this was two different ads for a good minute or so

outerspacecake:

I didn’t realize this was two different ads for a good minute or so

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if i’m your tumblr crush, send me $50

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doctor-pie:

party don’t start til i walk in.

doctor-pie:

party don’t start til i walk in.

(via robotbears)


archiemcphee:

Korean artist Seung Mo Park (previously featured here) has created a new series of incredibly intricate sculptures, this time using countless layers of aluminum wire tightly wrapped around fiberglass forms.

"The works shown here are part of the Brooklyn-based artist’s Human series where he recreates the delicate wrinkles and folds of clothing as well as the sinuous musculature of the human body in metallic layers reminiscent of tree rings.”

Visit Colossal to view more pieces from this stunning series.

(via thronethief)


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