1. 23:47 17th Apr 2014

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    I am dating a girl who actually finishes her chap sticks. All of them.

  2. Why am I allergic/intolerant to everything I love? :(

  3. 16:28

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  5. 21:29 14th Apr 2014

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  6. 20:23 10th Apr 2014

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    I wonder
    who’s arms would I run and fall into
    if I were drunk
    in a room with everyone
    I have ever loved
    — oh god (via bl-ossomed)

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  7. 21:18 9th Apr 2014

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  8. 19:40

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    You Might Think He Loves You For Your Money But I Know What He Really Loves You For It’s Your Brand New Leopard Skin Pillbox Hat 

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  9. 20:11 7th Apr 2014

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  10. 14:50 5th Apr 2014

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  11. 14:30 4th Apr 2014

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    So St. Vincent is coming to my little city. What is happening? ahhhh

  12. 19:58 2nd Apr 2014

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    Poe Visualized by Harry Clarke

    From the 1919 deluxe edition of Edgar Allen Poe’s Tales of Mystery and Imagination, Harry Clarke reached deep into those dark, flinching corners underneath the bed and ripped out the grotesque horrors that lurked within, creating these macabre illustrations that accompanied Poe’s disturbing classics like “The Pit and the Pendulum” and the “The Telltale Heart” perfectly. In the same vein as Stephen Gammell’s Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark monstrosities decades later, these illustrations are sufficient evidence that while some stories can be even more frightening when left to your imagination, it takes a truly visceral artist to give those shadows form and really scare the bejeezus out of you.

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    Harry Clarke is fucking amazing. My step father owns an original copy of the 1919 Poe book these illuatrations are featured in. I used to sit there and carefully pour over those frightening, gorgeous, intricate drawings. Really, look him up.

  13. 12:05 1st Apr 2014

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