Ain’t Nuthin’ To Fuck Wit || Shot By JUANHUNNIT
I feel, feel like shooting up
I feel, feel like giving up on my skateboard,
'Cause I'm fucking bored
I want a perfect life down sunset shore
Joan Jett, 1977 - Photo by Brad Elterman
Alexei Savrasov Autumn Landscape with a swampy river in the moonlight, 1871
I smell trouble brewing
The pope is just so fucking chill I love it
"Gays? Sure, that Catholic Church is open to everyone"
"Aliens? Sure, the Catholic Church is open to everyone"
Modern pope for the modern world.
He also digs the internet
We all change. When you think about it, we’re all different people all through our lives, and that’s okay, that’s good, you gotta keep moving, so long as you remember all the people that you used to be.
Summer Movie List — 16 / ? → North by Northwest "Not that I mind a slight case of abduction now and then, but I have tickets for the theater this evening, to a show I was looking forward to and I get, well, kind of unreasonable about things like that."
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA THE TURKISH DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER WANTS TO FORBID WOMEN TO LAUGH IN PUBLIC BECAUSE IT’S NOT SUITABLE FOR THEM AAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
I KID YOU NOT THIS IS REALLY HAPPENING
YO FEMINISTS THIS IS YOUR CHANCE
This is an example of today’s feminism. Feminism back then would have actually done something not laugh at how stupid it is.
Excuse me? Am I not allowed to express my utter astonishment loudly? You know, like … feminists do?
1. I am thousands of miles away from the opportunity to kick Erdogan and his clones in the nuts. Not much to do here.
2. You don’t fucking know me. Don’t just go assuming I do nothing for women’s rights, or, for that matter, equality as a whole.
As a Turkish woman I have every right to laugh at how fucking stupid this is. Because IT IS.
Besides, this topic is so fucking ridiculous, how can you not laugh about it? Yes, oppresion of women is a serious matter, not only in turkey, but come on this is so godamn stupid, it’s hard to take it serious.
Kind of like North Koreas latest thread to nuke the white house.
Max Ernst, And the Butterflies Began to Sing. 1929.