nevver:

The Last Days of Disco
*hears noises at night*: well this is it this is the end for me I had a good life
*gets shampoo in my eyes*: I guess I'm blind now how am I ever going to see my first born child
*heart is beating fast*: I think I am having a heart attack is this what cardiac arrest is
*a cop walks by*: here I go about to get arrested I probably murdered someone
*taking a test*: don't take your eyes off of this paper you will get caught cheating and get kicked out of school and amount to nothing
*gets a sunburn*: great now I have skin cancer how will I tell my parents
*tripping over something*: I guess my leg will have to be amputated why did this happen to me
*period is late*: shit i'm pregnant i'm the next virgin mary
 772
13 Sep 14 at 3 am

stripperina:

Buzzfeed Presents: This Is What Happens When Guys Pole Dance For The First Time

 174295
12 Sep 14 at 4 pm

Kanye West - via defianse (via perfect)

(via kohwala)

"I don’t give a fuck what people think because people don’t think."

 247933
12 Sep 14 at 3 am

artagainstsociety:

You don’t even want to know the amount of times I’ve accidently dipped my dirty paintbrush in my cup of coffee and went “eh, fuck it” and took a swig anyway.’

(Source: princusbeau, via kohwala)

artagainstsociety:

You don’t even want to know the amount of times I’ve accidently dipped my dirty paintbrush in my cup of coffee and went “eh, fuck it” and took a swig anyway.’
 169157
11 Sep 14 at 4 pm

(Source: verpennt, via sexpectinq)

nevver:

Feelings

I cant breathe

 1227
10 Sep 14 at 10 am

5centsapound:

Disarming Design from Palestine


Disarming Design from Palestine is an inclusive design label that presents functional products from Palestine, that provide an alternative narrative from what you might usually find in the high street. The collection includes objects such as hourglasses that use cement from the separation wall, a dress made out of one keffiyeh, embroidered car decorations, scarfs depicting landscapes, olive leaves as earrings and an impossible chess game with water tanks and watch towers. The growing collection of products is presented on-line and through a traveling exhibition.* As a collection it aims to represent Palestinian culture in its current reality and reflect upon the function of art in situations of conflict.
The goods are developed, designed and produced by contemporary designers, artists and students in collaboration with local artisans and producers. During several ‘create-shops’ they engage in an enriching design dialogue with small emerging businesses and international colleagues. The project aims to catalyze the development of design as a discourse in Palestine.