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takemewithyer:

Jenny Holzer is famous for her short statements, formally called ‘truisms’. Some are common myths while others are just phrases on random subjects in the form of slogans.

And this is the best of her Twitter feed. She has somehow perfected the art of sardonicism. You’re very, very welcome for this.

buddy wakefield is performing at a small club nearby im almost in tears and have tried to call my friend 8 times this is too exciting for punctuation

werewolf—barmitzvah:

infinitetransit:

infinitetransit:

don’t go to auctions in small towns because you will want to bid on things you didn’t even know existed

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WHAT IS THIS?!

halloween edition ceiling fan

infinitetransit:

don’t go to auctions in small towns because you will want to bid on things you didn’t even know existed

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the selfies in your drafts are the best selfies. go and post them now

the selfies in your drafts are the best selfies. go and post them now

Title:Trouble
Artist:Jessica Lea Mayfield
327 plays

names-of-fire:

catdad:

rightsandwrongs:

"Trouble" - Jessica Lea Mayfield

This song reminds me of walking around in two feet of snow last winter and having no idea what I was doing. I still don’t and that’s ok.

how many times will i reblog this

who knows

irresistible-revolution:

I’ve always love dolly parton’s Jolene and I finally realized why

the song isn’t about a woman terrified of losing her husband to another, more beautiful woman

the song is about a woman transfixed with desire for a red haired woman named Jolene whose voice is “soft like summer rain”

and the only way she can voice that desire is through a plaintive entreaty not to “steal her man”

an entreaty during which “the man” is never described, while line after line praises Jolene’s beauty and allure

and in which the singer admits to Jolene “my happiness depends on you” and “I could never love again”

it doesn’t matter that after each stanza on Jolene the singer quickly inserts a hetero relationship

because it’s all there in the song, and how it’s not called Don’t Leave Me [insert generic man name] or Don’t Take my Man

it’s called Jolene

and you can’t sing it without lingering yearningly on her name over and over again

Jolene…Jolene…Jolene

what ultimately terrifies the singer is not her man leaving her for Jolene

but what happens after the man has left

and she still can’t stop singing about Jolene

what happens when there’s no tenuous hetero relationship in place which can cloak her very real, very queer desire

for a woman whose “beauty is beyond compare”

Title:Jolene
Artist:Dolly Parton
4,693 plays

iio0oii:

Jolene | Dolly Parton 

You could have your choice of men
But I could never love again
He’s the only one for me, Jolene

october is a good excuse to wear spooky clothes every day and ‘pretend’ to cast spells in public

pantsandboots:

I love you my little fat loaf

pantsandboots:

I love you my little fat loaf

zazzle-poetry:

buy here

"Borderlines have problems with object constancy in people — they read each action of people in their lives as if there were no prior context; they don’t have a sense of continuity and consistency about people and things in their lives. They have a hard time experiencing an absent loved one as a loving presence in their minds. They also have difficulty seeing all of the actions taken by a person over a period of time as part of an integrated whole, and tend instead to analyze individual actions in an attempt to divine their individual meanings. People are defined by how they lasted interacted with the borderline.

Object Constancy - They may have problems with object constancy. When a person leaves (even temporarily), they may have a problem recreating or remembering feelings of love that were present between themselves and the other. Often, BPD patients want to keep something belonging to the loved one around during separations"
- Beyond the Borderline  (via blvckhol)
how to know what dating is like for a fat woman

bapgeek2geekbap:

  1. ask a fat woman “what is dating like for you?”
  2. believe them.

that’s it. no fat suit required.

"I want to do a rom-com with Melissa McCarthy. I even told her that at an awards show, and she said ‘Yes, Let’s do it!’"
- Idris Elba, on his dream role, to US Weekly (via camewiththeframe)