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"Sleep doesn’t relieve my exhaustion anymore."
July 7, 2014 (via shortsimplestories)


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Sprague Lake Reflections by David Kingham on Flickr.
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James Nizam, ‘Anteroom’, 2012, Commissioned by Louis Vuitton

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as summer turns to autumn, decreasing levels of light begin to slow the production of chlorophyll in leaves, causing their green colour to fade. the production of carotenoids and flavonoids also begins to slow, but these pigments are broken down more slowly than chlorophyll, allowing their yellow and orange colours to be expressed. for some leaves, this time of year also sees an increase in the production of the flavonoid anthocyanin, causing those leaves with lower levels of other flavonoids or carotenoids to turn red.  (see also: autumnal art)

photos by (click pic) heiko gerlicherlevi basist, matt cardypatrick pleul, kacper kowalskidina rudickalexander kunzagustin rafael reyes and yann arthus bertrand

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Bloody Fairy Tales ;  Little Red Riding Hood 

In the deep dark forest you will find a young, beautiful girl dressed in a cape the colour of fresh blood and the crimson moon. She lures travellers in, all scarlett smiles and longing looks. There’s a wolf, she whispers as you follow her further into the darkness, it has fur darker than the abyss, yellow eyes all the better to see you with and a big mouth with the sharpest teeth you’ve ever seen. You’re screaming and your blood is splattering the ground like spilt wine when you realise too late. She is the wolf. She is the big bad wolf in the deep dark forest and she has swallowed you whole.


Hey Wolf! In response to you’re question about a Red Riding Hood costume.

Actually, this was what sparked the idea.

"They tell the story wrong. It was the girl who is the wolf."

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The Black Sea, Ivan Aivazovsky, 1881. Detail.
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"You are so brave and quiet I forget you are suffering."
Ernest Hemingway, A Farewell to Arms (via writeloneliness)

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Remember IT IS NOT A WOMAN’S RESPONSIBILITY TO PREVENT RAPE. In the world we live in, however, women should be empowered with any tools in order to protect themselves. Source for more facts follow NowYouKno


the inventors say its not a woman’s responsibility but it’s always good to check your drink when you’re not sure it’s safeSo I think it’s brilliant

To all of the people I’ve seen who think this is a bad idea. Imagine this:
You’re an able-bodied, attractive, independent woman who can hold her own. You like to go out on occasion, and you’re always trying to take care of yourself. But there is one night, you’re at a party, and you accidentally leave your drink somewhere. Some guy brings you your cup back, and starts chatting you up. You have your doubts. You stir your drink with your middle finger, and he doesn’t notice. But you do. And when your fingernail turns black, you flip him off with it and pour the drink over his head before kneeing him in the groin.
Doesn’t that sound satisfying?
This is not these creators telling women that it is solely their responsibility to protect themselves. This is the creators admitting “Hey, there are people out there who are dangerous no matter what our society tries to do, but this can be an effective way of testing something that you’re unsure of.”
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This is so much better than any russian roulette or “poison cookie” analogy.
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