I get emotional about cartoons looking cute and sad
Like, just random-ass drawings
I am not equipped for the outside world


So um, I did an essay on queer theory and I didn’t think I did that well, I was expecting a pass, but I actually got 24.5/25 and the tutor (who is intimidating but so cool) said it was the best he’s read in ages, and that it’s honours material, which is super surprising and really makes me feel excited about uni and proud for once, instead of drudging through it. So wow!



Be careful who you vent to.
— Realest shit I’ve heard all morning. (via itsthelesbiana)

fuck-yeah-bears:

Cubs in the Fog by Sergey Ivanov

fashioninquality:

Detail at Manish Arora Spring Summer 2015 | PFW

fashioninquality:

Detail at Manish Arora Spring Summer 2015 | PFW


Art blog

lebaenese:

White model
White model
Addidas
Nike
White model
White model with a bloody lip
Flower
Some runway of a designer no one has heard of
White model
Closeup of a hand or neck
Sock


reinardfox:

i open at the close
(doodle of one of the best moments in the deathly hallows)

reinardfox:

i open at the close

(doodle of one of the best moments in the deathly hallows)



The truth is that teen culture is not homogenous—and neither is fangirl culture. Teenagers are complicated and complex, and they behave differently in different contexts. The average teenager who goes to a Five Seconds of Summer concert and screams her head off is actually capable of writing an essay on the political situation in the Gaza Strip the next day. She’s capable of liking Taylor Swift and disliking heels, of deploying a Twitter hashtag or helping out a charity drive, of loving Twilight and hating Fifty Shades of Grey. She contains multitudes.
bookshop, in the fantastic “The teens on Tumblr are all right,” The Kernel (via elizabethminkel)