i swiped my card at mcdonalds like please GOD! if youre real let this transaction approve and it did and i was like well i need more proof thanks though

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I miss you. I miss not touching each other. Not seeing each other, not breathing in each other. I want you. All the time. No one else.

Blue is the Warmest Color (2013) dir. Abdellatif Kechiche

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do any of you even know my name

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"…throw roses into the abyss and say: ‘here is my thanks to the monster who didn’t succeed in swallowing me alive.’"

Friedrich Nietzsche (via headfullofgold)

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I’m looking for something to watch on Netflix. Genre is not important. Anyone have any good recommendations for me?

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One time an incredible person from Chicago was in Sri Lanka and sent this recycled elephant poo note to an Albuquerque girl living in Spain. It has since traveled back to the states where it will forever remain attached to the wall of my humble abode. Thanks loveyourchaos I hope to visit you soon!

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How I feel all day everyday.

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my body isnt a temple my body is a castle with a moat and crocodiles and a dragon who will set you on fire if you touch me

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1937 dust storm hits Clayton, N.M.

May 29, 1937: The original Los Angeles Times caption reported:

This black roller dust storm is rushing toward Clayton, New Mexico. It was one of worst ever to strike that portion of southwestern dust bowl. A moment after this picture was taken the city was in darkness. The storm lasted several hours and was followed by rain. The interiors of houses were coated with dust and the outsides with mud. This picture was taken by an amateur photographer who happened to see the storm coming.

This photo was published in the May 29, 1937, Los Angeles Times.

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John Singer Sargent, Spanish Torero

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