ilovetocollectart:

John Hoyland (British, 1934-2011), Untitled 10.8.76, acrylic on canvas
fatalwetdream:

untitled by eduardosancinetti on Flickr.

qoax:

communismkills:

As a woman, I can attest to this: women only consider it “creepy” or “sexual harassment” if they don’t find you attractive.

lmao your head is so fucking far up ur ass u can probably chew ur food twice

welcome to my twisted ankle

i just had my first driving lesson

blastedheath:

János Vaszary (Hungarian, 1867-1939), Miramare. Oil on paperboard, 37.5 x 45.5 cm.
colin-vian:

  Les Marches de l’Été, René Magritte, 1938
thecelestialchild:

jamarrob:

thoughtsareextraordinary:

WOW

my mama always taught us to do this 👌

If anyone needs an idea on how to be discrete… Be safe
pontiacbandit:

by Nivia Gonzalez
zsofihamori:

Vincent van Gogh - The Langlois Bridge at Arles with Women Washing (1888)
Anonymous: That photo of emma watson is fake!!!!!!! Someone photoshopped it in the real one she is wearing a black dress idk just thought you should know

ik thanks

youcanthatemeifi:

221-booty:

imaginasi0n:

blackfemalejesus:

american-radical:

Preach

*falls down fifteen flights of stairs and through a window*

boo ya


Yes. How dare us Americans panic about a disease that threatens our lives! And how R A C I S T of us because it comes from A F R I C A OH NO??? MUST BE RACIST!!!!!!!! And yeah sorry for bringing smallpox over, I mean, we personally did that ourselves. Ya know. A few hundred years ago. Yep that was us. We’ve been alive that long. So how DARE we be concerned for our safety when WE DEFINITELY killed MILLIONS with OUR DISEASES. Yes, it’s the black people we want to keep away - not the fatal disease! WOO! We’re so RACIST and SELFISH.

 A Haitian woman was dragged off a subway because she was throwing up and people assumed she was African and had Ebola.That is racism, not fear of disease, and your hyperbole doesn’t erase the existence of racism.