ifinddelightinthegruesomeandgrim:

Steal His Look: Bob Belcher
Versace apron - $635
Fendi mustache - $98
Louis Vuitton shirt - $7,245
Giorgio Armani suede shoes - $369
Calphalon spatula - $179

ifinddelightinthegruesomeandgrim:

Steal His Look: Bob Belcher

Versace apron - $635

Fendi mustache - $98

Louis Vuitton shirt - $7,245

Giorgio Armani suede shoes - $369

Calphalon spatula - $179

(Source: shadowonyx)

onesecondathousandthoughts:

fallintopassion:

bullied:

we live in a world where pizza gets to your house before the police.

That’s because the pizza guy has consequences if his job is done incorrectly.

Oh snap

(Source: bullied)

didiusz:

Rascals | Cat & Raccoon, 2014.
Personal Works

I think this is more of a sign of collection - than a love for books.
I’ll take a book to read from my pile stacked to the ceiling and they’ll all come tumbling down - but this is the way of life because you can’t pick and choose anything. Things collapses around you and the only way you can deal with it is by taking one thing at a time and dealing with them as you see fit.

I think this is more of a sign of collection - than a love for books.

I’ll take a book to read from my pile stacked to the ceiling and they’ll all come tumbling down - but this is the way of life because you can’t pick and choose anything. Things collapses around you and the only way you can deal with it is by taking one thing at a time and dealing with them as you see fit.

cubebreaker:

Former Marine turned photographer Joel Parés’ series Judging America used real people dressed as stereotypes to remind us to not judge a person based on their tattoos, clothing, ethnicity, profession, or sexual orientation, but on their merits.

what’s it like to know
all you’ll remember of me
is my back

and she knew what it was to love
to suffer
the long nights I would hold her until she cried herself to sleep

I don’t remember the last time I saw her back
she never showed it to me in fear of vulnerability

isn’t crying vulnerable I ask
she replies with a smile and shakes her head

see - she never quite talked like the way I wanted her to
and she never quite did anything for anyone else
how they wanted

she only did things how she knew
how she wanted
and I remember her saying one time

that you can’t expect something of people 
that you yourself don’t do
that you don’t expect of yourself
and if you expect people to do that 

you’re going to have a lot of bodies piling up
in that closet of skeletons
because you can’t shake that feeling

when someone tells you you’ve changed
or you haven’t changed a bit

because we all strive to change - to be something we don’t hate to wake up to every morning 

the next AM I woke up from the cold in my bed - in the room

she was nowhere to be found and she yet never revealed her back to me - not even when she left

postmodernismruinedme:

vardaesque:

unusualjourney:

what-rabbit-hole:

“some historians think that michelangelo was drawing god in a human brain. very few people knew what one looked like at the time; but michelangelo had dissected cadavers and would have known. it even has the hint of a brain stem. if true this would have been a great “fuck you” to the pope whom he was not friendly with but also would have meant god was in a human brain, or created by man.”

Interesting.

also michelangelo painted a baby angel flipping off the pope

image

the blond one, you see his right hand? that’s called the fig and it’s an old world european gesture for ‘fuck you” because apparently Pope Juluis II was a total raging asshole and everyone hated him

but nobody ever noticed this little fucker because the ceiling was so high

and then thirty years later they called michelangelo back to paint the wall behind the altar and he wasted no time in painting the gates of hell behind the pope’s chair

what a badass

It amuses me to this day how much Michelangelo hated his job