hiatus from life


20 yr old human


vegan-animallover:

necessaryveganism:

Go vegan.

Dairy kills animals and puts slaughterhouse workers in dangerous condition. We don’t need it to survive. There’s countless of options-almond, soy, cashew, hazelnut, etc. Drink plant milks.

vegan-animallover:

necessaryveganism:

Go vegan.

Dairy kills animals and puts slaughterhouse workers in dangerous condition. We don’t need it to survive. There’s countless of options-almond, soy, cashew, hazelnut, etc. Drink plant milks.

popthirdworld:

I did this comic for New Matilda. Like my FB page for more.

popthirdworld:

I did this comic for New Matilda. Like my FB page for more.

tim-sliwinski:

Rachel Goswell, Slowdive - Nederland, 1992

tim-sliwinski:

Rachel Goswell, Slowdive - Nederland, 1992

I’m graduating university mid-year next year and i’ve just realised that i’ll be going the way i came right in. It hasn’t changed my life the way i thought it would. Cynicism and perpetual confusion remain. Yes, i’ve learnt about the way the of this world and all its politically correct or mostly incorrect glory, as well as new concepts or things that i never would be able to conjure up in my mind to research about on Google, but i feel like i haven’t grown up at all. I remain emotionally, socially and lifelessly stunted. I have no clue about what i’m meant to do, or who i’m supposed to be. I really didn’t meet like-minded people or make any new friends for that matter. I feel like i’ve wasted all my youth into believing that i could postpone life until i reach that certain age. And here i am now. No answers to my never-ending questions about really anything. Time just keeps moving so fast that i don’t have the opportunities to catch up on it anymore. Despite this recent realisation, i still feel like i’m in this bubble that i will never be able to burst. Sometimes i feel like i am constantly dreaming, mostly when i am awake.

adapto:

 Seth Ferreira

(Source: fairyuniverse)

beaky-peartree:

Why do people act like being a vampire is so fucking great. You can’t eat garlic bread so what’s the point

violentwavesofemotion:

Adorable Audrey Tautou right after finishing her screen test for Le fabuleux destin d’Amélie Poulain dir. Jean-Pierre Jeunet, 2001.

officialkylieminoguedragqueen:

*wears an oversized leather jacket and messy hair* *leans up against some walls*