"Always forgive your enemies; nothing annoys them so much. - Oscar Wilde"

TheDailyPositive.com (via thedailypozitive)

Can’t get any truer.

dynast3:

dynast3:

vampmissedith:

axmxz:

nowyoukno:

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But we can’t show people of the same gender kissing on-screen. Amazing.

But… It’s an 18 (in the Uk) How did a TV-14 on a network channel get an 18 rating, they can’t even show a buttcrack for gods sake!

Well, aside from the brutal killings… Ok, yea it couldn’t be a 15. We need more ratings. Why not just use all the ages?

dynast3:

dynast3:

vampmissedith:

axmxz:

nowyoukno:

Source for more facts follow NowYouKno

But we can’t show people of the same gender kissing on-screen. Amazing.

But… It’s an 18 (in the Uk)
How did a TV-14 on a network channel get an 18 rating, they can’t even show a buttcrack for gods sake!

Well, aside from the brutal killings… Ok, yea it couldn’t be a 15. We need more ratings. Why not just use all the ages?

aseaofquotes:

Margaret Atwood, Power Politics

aseaofquotes:

Margaret Atwood, Power Politics

ringosbigassnose:

This ended completely different then I expected

"…All artists’ work is autobiographical. Any writer’s work is a map of their psyche. You can really see what their concerns are, what their obsessions are, and what interests them."
Kim Addonizio (via observando)
anamorphosis-and-isolate:

"If there is a God, then he’s a shit, and I’d like to kick him in the butt."

anamorphosis-and-isolate:

"If there is a God, then he’s a shit, and I’d like to kick him in the butt."

all-thats-interesting:

The Most Intimate Look Inside Everyday Objects You’ll Ever Get

Graphic Artist and Photographer Laurin Döpfner has paintstakingly sanded down these everyday objects (well, I guess a skull isn’t so everyday for …most …people) and taken a series of photos to create these incredible, revealing GIFs.

Source: Laurin Döpfner

"I see all of us reading ourselves away from ourselves,
straining in circles of light to find more light
until the line of words becomes a trail of crumbs
that we follow across a page of fresh snow."
Billy Collins (via observando)