1. so-boujie:

stunningpicture:

No amount of hot showers will get rid of the glitter on me now. Hopefully you guys think it was worth it!

your beard is the night that poets write about

    so-boujie:

    stunningpicture:

    No amount of hot showers will get rid of the glitter on me now. Hopefully you guys think it was worth it!

    your beard is the night that poets write about

    Reblogged from: thefutureisyellow
  2. notmykingdom:

WANTED GENRE: SOUTHERN GOTHIC

"Anything that comes out of the South is going to be called grotesque by the northern reader, unless it is grotesque, in which case it is going to be called realistic." - Flannery O’Connor

TOPICS:
crossroads demons
old dusty town, barely surviving
zealous/fanatical religious figures/movements
messiah/prophet figure
larger than life characters
small town setting
swamps
farms
factories
ghost towns
ARCHETYPES:
good ole southern boys
southern belles
belle-turned-femme-fatale
fire and brimstone preacher
reluctant messiah figure
the iron-bound Southern matriarch
the unforgiving father-God figure
gossiping and small-minded locals
POSSIBLE TWISTS:
Beauty & the Beast
Macbeth
Little Red Riding Hood
Harry Potter World (Americanized)
Julius Caesar (Shakespeare)
Equilibrium (Minus Futuristic World) 
For more information about the genre and where I derived a lot of my inspiration, visit this blog.

    notmykingdom:

    WANTED GENRE: SOUTHERN GOTHIC

    "Anything that comes out of the South is going to be called grotesque by the northern reader, unless it is grotesque, in which case it is going to be called realistic." - Flannery O’Connor

    TOPICS:

    • crossroads demons
    • old dusty town, barely surviving
    • zealous/fanatical religious figures/movements
    • messiah/prophet figure
    • larger than life characters
    • small town setting
    • swamps
    • farms
    • factories
    • ghost towns

    ARCHETYPES:

    • good ole southern boys
    • southern belles
    • belle-turned-femme-fatale
    • fire and brimstone preacher
    • reluctant messiah figure
    • the iron-bound Southern matriarch
    • the unforgiving father-God figure
    • gossiping and small-minded locals

    POSSIBLE TWISTS:

    • Beauty & the Beast
    • Macbeth
    • Little Red Riding Hood
    • Harry Potter World (Americanized)
    • Julius Caesar (Shakespeare)
    • Equilibrium (Minus Futuristic World) 

    For more information about the genre and where I derived a lot of my inspiration, visit this blog.

    Reblogged from: river-canary-of-doom
  3. Unseelie Roommate: Should we have soup or oatmeal for dinner tonight?

    Necromancy friend: Why not both?  Oatmeal soup!  Wait, that’s grule…

  4. brainstark:

    Lovers in Crime | For the modern Bonnie and Clyde.

    West Ryder Silver Bullet (and this stolen car is loaded with junk, it’s so dirty, he’ll be the death of me, but that’s okay) / Seen It All (I could sense the mounting tension, the atmosphere of violence and then they took a guy outside and someone stabbed him with a knife) / You Know I’m No Good (I told you I was trouble) / 505 (the middle of adventure, such a perfect place to start) / Sinister Kid (if I kill a man in the first degree, baby, would you flee with me?) / Cheap and Cheerful (it’s alright to be mean) / Beat the Devil’s Tattoo (open up your eyelids, let your demons run) / (If) You Want Trouble (if you want trouble, you got it) / Criminal (he’s just a criminal) / We Must Be Killers (we must be killers, children of the wild ones) / The Mess We’re In (can you hear them, the helicopters?)

    Listen to it here.

    Reblogged from: thefutureisyellow
  5. paperswallow:

    I want more girl byronic figures, I want more reckless self-important girl libertines leaving a string of broken men in their wake while dashing off poems and getting into obscene wagers. I want girl characters that are just on the charming mercurial side of unlikeable arseholes and definitely morally questionable, but always game for a revolution.

    Reblogged from: theappleppielifestyle
  6. About a month ago, a few friends and I took a couple boxes of chalk and went to town on some of my guy friends’ townhouses.  It was maybe three o’clock in the mourning by the time we were done, we had midnight milkshakes first, and it was just magical.  After we’d started few more of the guys came out and joined us, and together, we left levely graffiti.  I came back and took pictures the next day.

    It’s funny.  Looking at these, I can so clearly see where the kids in The Exiles come from- and I won’t say that I wasn’t thinking of Phoenix when I made some of these (hint, the snake and the quotes are mine).

    You know, I don’t think you write what you know.  I think you write what you love.

  7. ghoulnextdoor:

    The Photography of Marie Hochhaus

    Reblogged from: steampunk-and-junk
  8. ritorudeiji:

    your otp picking out matching wedding bands

    your otp arguing over potential baby names

    your otp grumbling about getting up early to walk the dog

    your otp playfully hip-checking each other while making dinner

    your otp being domestic cuties

    Reblogged from: mindfulwrath
  9. The Torah is so focused on living and rejecting death that it doesn’t even outline life after death - All we have is life.
    @starfish-enterprise (via 2chainzbootyclub)
    Reblogged from: thefutureisyellow
  10. We never say that all men deserve to feel beautiful. We never say that each man is beautiful in his own way. We don’t have huge campaigns aimed at young boys trying to convince them that they’re attractive, probably because we very rarely correlate a man’s worth with his appearance. The problem is that a woman’s value in this world is still very much attached to her appearance, and telling her that she should or deserves to feel beautiful does more to promote that than negate it. Telling women that they “deserve” to feel pretty plays right in to the idea that prettiness should be important to them. And having books and movies aimed at young women where every female protagonist turns out to be beautiful (whereas many of the antagonists are described in much less flattering terms) reinforces the message that beauty has some kind of morality attached to it, and that all heroines are somehow pretty.
    Reblogged from: thefutureisyellow
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