F  U   Rudy you want to lick bitters off my naked brows

suckeredin:

Like, I have a beard, but I’ll be honest most of the reason I grew one in the first place was because other people didn’t and ever since it became a thing I’ve been thinking about doing something fucking dumb and ignorant with my style.

I honestly think humansapien is on to something with shaving off the eyebrows.

transform all the hair on your body into in-grown hairs. 

sickdistic:

page from Michael Gira’s book The Consumer

(via cumomelet)

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sickdistic:

page from Michael Gira’s book The Consumer

(via cumomelet)

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Successfully avoided a panic attack by watching Laverne and Shirley. 

alienshea:

Cage hanging

GREEN JELLY genuinely sucks

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alienshea:

Cage hanging

GREEN JELLY genuinely sucks

THIS SATURDAY

INDIANA, PA

CUM.

Timestamp: 1410815483

THIS SATURDAY

INDIANA, PA

CUM.

ronaldcmerchant:

NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD (1968)

(via grotesque-girlesque)

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ronaldcmerchant:

NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD (1968)

(via grotesque-girlesque)

Scully goin’ hard on some ribs 

Timestamp: 1410731100

Scully goin’ hard on some ribs 

pasttensevancouver:

William S Burroughs endorses Mr Peanut for mayor, 1974

Performance artist Vincent Trasov ran for mayor in 1974 as Planter’s Peanuts’ upper class anthropomorphic legume, Mr Peanut. He ran on an art-centric platform, spelled out in an acronym: P for Performance, E for Elegance, A for Art, N for Nonsense, U for Uniqueness, and T for Talent. Mr Peanut didn’t win the election but captured a lot of media attention and even an endorsement from beat writer William S Burroughs, who happened to be in town:

I would like to take this opportunity to endorse the candidacy of Mr. Peanut for mayor of Vancouver. Mr. Peanut is running on the art platform, and art is the creation of illusion. Since the inexorable logic of reality has created nothing but insolvable problems, it is now time for illusion to take over. And there can only be one illogical candidate-Mr. Peanut. 

Mr Peanut got 2685 votes, or 3.4% of total votes cast, and incumbent Art Phillips won the day. According to Trasov, the NDP and NPA candidates took Mr Peanut seriously, while “only Art Phillips saw the humorous side of it – that got him re-elected.

(Source: vincenttrasov.ca, via halcyon-motherfucker)

Timestamp: 1410730423

pasttensevancouver:

William S Burroughs endorses Mr Peanut for mayor, 1974

Performance artist Vincent Trasov ran for mayor in 1974 as Planter’s Peanuts’ upper class anthropomorphic legume, Mr Peanut. He ran on an art-centric platform, spelled out in an acronym: P for Performance, E for Elegance, A for Art, N for Nonsense, U for Uniqueness, and T for Talent. Mr Peanut didn’t win the election but captured a lot of media attention and even an endorsement from beat writer William S Burroughs, who happened to be in town:

I would like to take this opportunity to endorse the candidacy of Mr. Peanut for mayor of Vancouver. Mr. Peanut is running on the art platform, and art is the creation of illusion. Since the inexorable logic of reality has created nothing but insolvable problems, it is now time for illusion to take over. And there can only be one illogical candidate-Mr. Peanut. 

Mr Peanut got 2685 votes, or 3.4% of total votes cast, and incumbent Art Phillips won the day. According to Trasov, the NDP and NPA candidates took Mr Peanut seriously, while “only Art Phillips saw the humorous side of it – that got him re-elected.

(Source: vincenttrasov.ca, via halcyon-motherfucker)

suicideblonde:

Chloe Sevigny

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Harvey Milk - In the Ground

Jaboi

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Jaboi