lameborghini:

who is she

euo:



Your ego is getting bigger and bigger




Daehyun Kim

euo:

Your ego is getting bigger and bigger
Daehyun Kim

fangoriaaa:

ryden-gg:

mcrsquad:

You like mcr, panic at the disco, choppy hair cuts, fall out boy and black clothing. You can’t stop smudging your eyeliner, you can’t stay out of hot topic, and you don’t know the top 20 charts. Face it, you’re never gonna leave 2005.

I don’t wanna leave 2005. i just wanna

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oreimo:

job interviewer: wat r ur strengths?

me:hard-working, quick learner, well organized

job interviewer: and ur weaknesses?

me: u know when cute anime girls wink into the screen like theyre winking directly at u? yea that shit gets me weak everytime hahah anyway other than that hire me im great

acca-emme-esse:

How are you able to play this game if it’s rigged from the start?

acca-emme-esse:

How are you able to play this game if it’s rigged from the start?

tuhree:

in case you were having a bad day check out this guy i just saw

tuhree:

in case you were having a bad day check out this guy i just saw

fuukaphobia:

Have you ever taken a look at something and thought, “This is it. This is why God doesn’t speak to us. We’ve become monsters. Steve Buscemi in Spy Kids was fucking right.”

fuukaphobia:

Have you ever taken a look at something and thought, “This is it. This is why God doesn’t speak to us. We’ve become monsters. Steve Buscemi in Spy Kids was fucking right.”

hhelenaharper:

why is this in my house

hhelenaharper:

why is this in my house

P.T. adventures with Lisa.

20aliens:

The work of Stockholm based artist Anders Krisár often deals with the human body. It is discomfiting, presenting objects of simultaneous horror and beauty. Krisár takes realistic casts of human body parts, torso, arms or faces to modify hem in ways that lend them a surreal quality. His aim is to explore interpersonal relationships and examine the complexities of the human condition.

20aliens:

The work of Stockholm based artist Anders Krisár often deals with the human body. It is discomfiting, presenting objects of simultaneous horror and beauty. Krisár takes realistic casts of human body parts, torso, arms or faces to modify hem in ways that lend them a surreal quality. His aim is to explore interpersonal relationships and examine the complexities of the human condition.

chosen-undead:

I tried.