in all my years i have never finished a pencil

(via fvming)

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Hand-cut paper art by Charles Clary
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I always wonder if that is the actual flower or a vagina photoshopped into it. I can never tell for sure.
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he’s schwimming
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cop: who the hell ordered all these pizzas

me: you said i got one phone call

(via punkbeds)

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A Day in the Life: Today in Beatles History
July 4th, 1966 - The Beatles play two shows at Rizal Memorial Football Stadium in Manila, Luzon, the Philippines.
After the shows, The Beatles fail to appear at a palace reception hosted by President Marcos’ family, who were not informed that The Beatles had declined their invitation. The Philippine media misrepresent this as a deliberate snub. The next day, as The Beatles make their way to the airport and their plane, they are greeted by angry mobs—the Philippine government was retaliating by refusing police protection for The Beatles. At the airport, The Beatles are harassed, hit, and kicked. They escape without injury, but Brian Epstein suffers a sprained ankle, Mal Evans is kicked in the ribs, and Alf Bicknell receives serious injuries—a fractured rib and a spinal injury. Philippine officials come up with every possible excuse to delay The Beatles’ departure. Minutes after The Beatles’ plane leaves the Philippines, President Marcos issues a statement indicating that The Beatles had not intended a slight to Mrs. Marcos or to the people of the Philippines—too late to give The Beatles any relief, but quick enough to issue a disclaimer to the rest of the world. Needless to say, The Beatles’ opinions about touring hit rock bottom. 
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Opaque  by  andbamnan