WoodenHeart

I'm a 19 year old breathing being, surviving for a living. I'm a mother at heart, a fighter from the start and a walking contradiction.
i like sex, art, typography, coffee, and destruction.
"life is what happens when you're busy making plans"

karkatshutup:

regressingphoenix:

karkatshutup:

making fun of girls who like starbucks is so stupid like yeah friend you’ve got your smug sense of superiority but i’ve got a pumpkin spice latte so who’s the real winner here

me because your coffee tastes like shit, is over-roasted, and you are a consumer whore and I can make better coffee for cheaper and at home without looking like a fucking ‘hipster’ bitch

okay but i still have a pumpkin spice latte

Fuck all yall. I work at Starbucks and my coffee that I brew tastes pretty damn good thank you. And liking starbucks isn’t a fucking sin. Oh god, consumer whore. I’m sure you didn’t hand pick and roast your coffee. So consumer whore that.
Fuckoff

(via theawkwardmuggle)

Sometimes

I just want to run away from everything. Love, family, friends, my job. I want to shirk all responsibilities and leave everyone wondering why. Maybe then I’ll have some appreciation and everyone will put me in a place in their hearts where I should have been before I had to leave.

I have gotten so used to melancholia
that
I greet it like an old
friend.

—Charles Bukowski, excerpt from “Melancholia” (via larmoyante)

zuky:

nezua:

Flappers shaming Miley Cyrus.

Oddly enough we could say that Miley Cyrus is following solidly in the appropriative footsteps of white flappers, who in the 1920s grabbed national attention and stirred alarmism concerning the end of civilization because they partied to Black music, wore their hair short like Josephine Baker (who fled US racism to become a superstar in Europe), and imitated dance moves from Baker and other Black dancers. The famously flapperesque Charleston was lifted from the African American dance called the Juba, which had West African roots and was danced in secret in the South and the Caribbean. The dance sped up when it reached Harlem, giving birth to both tap dancing and the Broadway hit called The Charleston, which spread like wildfire from there. White people didn’t sway their hips this scandalously prior to that era, making flappers roughly equivalent to white twerkers of the Jazz Age.


If anyone ever compares Miley Cyrus to a flapper again. Shit is going down. Fucks sake, what has our world come to.

zuky:

nezua:

Flappers shaming Miley Cyrus.

Oddly enough we could say that Miley Cyrus is following solidly in the appropriative footsteps of white flappers, who in the 1920s grabbed national attention and stirred alarmism concerning the end of civilization because they partied to Black music, wore their hair short like Josephine Baker (who fled US racism to become a superstar in Europe), and imitated dance moves from Baker and other Black dancers. The famously flapperesque Charleston was lifted from the African American dance called the Juba, which had West African roots and was danced in secret in the South and the Caribbean. The dance sped up when it reached Harlem, giving birth to both tap dancing and the Broadway hit called The Charleston, which spread like wildfire from there. White people didn’t sway their hips this scandalously prior to that era, making flappers roughly equivalent to white twerkers of the Jazz Age.

If anyone ever compares Miley Cyrus to a flapper again. Shit is going down. Fucks sake, what has our world come to.

(Source: melanskyyworld, via the-ginger-rihanna-deactivated2)

too-kawaii-to-die:

evarren:

eponiner:

So my thirteen year old brother always asks to use my video camera. And I never knew why. But today I opened iMovie for the first time in months and THIS IS WHAT I FOUND.

I DONT KNOW WHAT TO THINK.

image

OH MY GOD

(via mrnom-nom)