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Charles Baudelaire, Les fleurs du mal, Paris: Michel Lévy frères, 186869
Painted cuir-ciselé panel inset on upper cover based on frontispiece by Félicien Rops for Les épaves

recentgooglesearches:

i smell like beef i smell like beef i smell like

Crystal Castles - Crimewave
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Crystal Castles - Crimewave

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Crystal Castles | “Crimewave”

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cutie—pye:

new stuff

I’ve finished growing up, Léon. I just get older.
For me, it’s the opposite. I’m old enough. I need time to grow.

gothgirlsgettingmoney:

It’s my time of the Moth I am spilling forth with moths I am turning into moths I am a flurry of moths departing for the moon

genderphobia:

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thebloominuniverse:

This is the back of james’ head. He hasn’t washed or brushed his hair in months, and all of it was pretty much dreaded. We just picked all of it our except this big one underneath that was too far gone! White peoples’ hair does dread naturally my friends :)

how many times do we have to say this… LOC’D BLACK PEOPLE WASH AND TEND TO THEIR HAIR REGULARLY. THERE IS NOTHING “NATURAL” ABOUT WHAT YOU’RE DOING. IT IS GROSS. IT IS UNKEMPT. IT IS EVERYTHING BLACKS WITH NATURAL HAIR ARE ACCUSED OF BEING WHEN WE ACTUALLY ARE NOT THAT. HOW DO YOU NOT GET THAT ACCUSING US OF BEING DIRTY, BY ASSERTING THIS IS THE SAME THING AS BLACKS WITH LOC’D HAIR, IS SOME WHITE SUPREMACIST FUCKSHIT?

The bold. White people so damn nasty. How th fuck you not wash or comb our hair in months, and then claim it’s the “same” as Black ppl’s loc’d hair? IT’S NOT. 

Locks are a STYLE, which means they are tended to, regularly. Washed, styled and TENDED TO. 

Only a white person would sit up here and declare not having washed or touched their hair in months with a damn smiley face at the end. smh

I just can’t imagine standing behind this person in line at the grocery store. The SMELL. OMG.

ay no

gross ass fuck why

unrequited-rage:

Messages to the Public
Spectacolor electronic sign
20 x 40 ft.
Text:
Truisms, 1977–79
Times Square, New York
© Jenny Holzer, member Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY 

hestheoriginal:

"Which is annoying."