thr-ill:

have no regrets

except all those facebook pages you liked back in 2009, regret those

A woman is not written in braille, you don’t have to touch her to know her.

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I will reblog this every single time

(via hogwartsastory)

This is so fucking awesome

(via dreckshure)

if lucifer needs someones consent to enter their body then so do you

paulettejosatelier:

Home 3. Moleskine
I got a mini moleskine from Lucky Ideas (my job) for the purpose to write down notes and the such, but sometimes I’m hopeless and I end up drawing whatever comes to my mind.  Like this, it’s a little sketch I put a little more effort unlike the other content.

paulettejosatelier:

Home 3. Moleskine

I got a mini moleskine from Lucky Ideas (my job) for the purpose to write down notes and the such, but sometimes I’m hopeless and I end up drawing whatever comes to my mind.  Like this, it’s a little sketch I put a little more effort unlike the other content.

African Teenagers Take Their Own Photos To Capture A Different View Of Their Home

ourafrica:

Most of the photographs of Africa published around the rest of the world are taken by outsiders and focus on well-worn topics like war or poverty or endangered wildlife. It’s a little less common to simply see images from everyday life, especially taken from the point of view of an African.

That’s one of the reasons a photography student from the U.K. decided to gather up cameras, head to a high school in the Gambia, and teach a photo workshop that invited each student to capture images at home and in their neighborhoods. Many of the students had never used a camera before.