fcukur:

digbicks:

Romanticisation of Mental Illness, Kelsey Weaver

(Source: Flickr / kelseyweaverphotography)


Track: Campus
Artist: Vampire Weekend
Album: Vampire Weekend

jamsoftheday:

Then I see you, you’re walking ‘cross the campus
Cruel professor studying romances

the truth about tumblr user firebolting

thetruthaboutfirebolting:

INTRODUCTION

some of you may be familiar with a tumblr user named firebolting, commonly known as chandler, who was active for many years on tumblr across a multitude of popular fandoms, including but not limited to marvel, inception, doctor who, LOST, harry potter, lord of the rings, and star trek. throughout his years in fandom he became very popular on tumblr, mostly as a graphics maker and general fandom presence.

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skaterparadise:

i just need my neck kissed 

I really relate to my character because we basically write exaggerated versions of ourselves. Most of the situations we portray in the show are things that have either happened to us or a friend, or at least something we can relate to in a big way…I think when we began doing this and brainstorming, we were both in this place of really yearning to create something for ourselves with our own distinct voices, and that’s where it came from. Us realizing that our dynamic as friends, and the stuff we talk about with each other was meaty material coming from an honest place. - Abbi Jacobson

And the deeper we go into the world of Broad City the further we get from being the characters. We’re still finding the show and the characters in it and who we are, like in reality, I guess all the time. As much as our real lives inform this project, the project informs us about who we are in our lives. - Ilana Glazer

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paranormalteenromance:

bull-in-an-abattoir:

travelthisworld:

allstreets:

Keizersgracht - Amsterdam, The Netherlands

I love this country.

heart ache missing it all

tamburina:

People getting on the Third Avenue elevated train (El) on the East Side of Manhattan, 1951, by Esther Bubley