September202014

harinef:

this is like why i got my nipple pierced

i liked it when my nips were pierced.  it’s the lazy girl’s way to have permanently erect nipples.

(Source: bbylita, via burntorangepeeeel)

September182014

kawaiixedge:

Weezer | El Scorcho

I’m a lot like you, so please; hello. I’m here. I’m waiting.
I think I’d be good for you and you’d be good for me. 

my favorite weezer song, ever. 

(via cats-coffee-cake)

(10,943 plays)

10AM
chaplinfortheages:

williemckay:

Charlie Chaplin, 1920s.

Charlie Chaplin photographed in NYC by Edward Steichen 1925 - he was in NYC to promote his film “The Gold Rush”

i have this pic in a frame in my house. chaplin was always a good looking guy, but for me he was at his most attractive in this picture. love it. 

chaplinfortheages:

williemckay:

Charlie Chaplin, 1920s.

Charlie Chaplin photographed in NYC by Edward Steichen 1925 - he was in NYC to promote his film “The Gold Rush”

i have this pic in a frame in my house. chaplin was always a good looking guy, but for me he was at his most attractive in this picture. love it. 

September172014
thefyuzhe:

Buster Keaton Simpsonized!

and the tramp! who are the other two? is that supposed to be laurel & hardy?

thefyuzhe:

Buster Keaton Simpsonized!

and the tramp! who are the other two? is that supposed to be laurel & hardy?

September162014
goodolarthistory:

Artist: Konstantin Korovin
Title: Paris Boulevard
Date: 1939

goodolarthistory:

Artist: Konstantin Korovin

Title: Paris Boulevard

Date: 1939

September122014
historicaltimes:

A woman stands on the side of the road challenging civil rights marchers with a hand written sign. Bogalusa, Louisiana, in 1965. Photograph by Matt Herron
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i hope this woman either learned how to be a human being or else suffered a long life full of bitterness, sorrow and disappointment. that sign, the expression on her face and the one on the girl behind her (don’t get me started on that fucking flag) fills me with acidic rage. 

historicaltimes:

A woman stands on the side of the road challenging civil rights marchers with a hand written sign. Bogalusa, Louisiana, in 1965. Photograph by Matt Herron

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i hope this woman either learned how to be a human being or else suffered a long life full of bitterness, sorrow and disappointment. that sign, the expression on her face and the one on the girl behind her (don’t get me started on that fucking flag) fills me with acidic rage. 

1PM

thirdmanrecordsofficial:

JACK WHITE - WOULD YOU FIGHT FOR MY LOVE? 

LOVED IT! great song, great lyrics, swooned every time he looked straight at the camera.  i’m such a fangirl for jack, but damn, can’t help it. don’t even care. 

(via jack-lll-white)

1PM

i never feel cooler than when i’m driving somewhere and a good song on the radio ends just as i’m pulling into my destination.  i’m always like - “CUT! beautiful!”

11AM

this is probably an everyday occurrence for ‘ol salma.  

(Source: hupperts, via tacomablue)

11AM
ahhhhh! that smile. devastating. 

ahhhhh! that smile. devastating. 

(Source: moon72universe, via jack-lll-white)

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