meow.

lover of the wild, joker of the heart






2headedsnake:

Richard Tennant Cooper

‘An unconscious naked man lying on a table being attacked by little demons armed with surgical instruments; symbolizing the effect of chloroform on the human body’, 1912

‘Diphtheria trying to steal a small child’, 1910

‘A sickly female invalid sits covered up on a balcony overlooking a beautiful view, death (a ghostly skeleton clenching a scythe and an hourglass) is standing next to her’, 1912





“Gatsby is a book that has come to mean something to peoplethat sometimes feels disconnected from the book itself. Fitzgerald great trick was to write about two people who wanted each other, but not write a love story. Of course I root for Daisy to leave Tom every time. But my rooting is wrong, and by the end of the book, Fitzgerald has really shown you why. Daisy is the one that got away—except you have no idea what that means. That “one” isn’t some better future. She is a person—a indelibly flawed American. Like you.”

Ta-Nehisi Coates, on The Great Gatsby. (via theatlantic)

(via theatlantic)

whatshouldwecallme:

We’re just like: 




whatshouldwecallme:

I’m just like,






(via great-ball)


I just need everyone to see how cute this is.  (Taken with instagram)

I just need everyone to see how cute this is. (Taken with instagram)



I miss summer and the moose.  (Taken with Instagram at The Chocolate Moose)

I miss summer and the moose. (Taken with Instagram at The Chocolate Moose)



(Source: thehazeofourglorydays, via great-ball)



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