This is life.

/ We'll do whatever just to stay alive /

siriusblaack:

From Page to Screen

1/: The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare

"People aren’t born good or bad. Maybe they’re born with tendencies either way, but its the way you live your life that matters."

Art by Cassandra Jean

(via nerdybookfighter)

nevver:

Mirror mirror, Jeppe Hein

nevver:

Mirror mirror, Jeppe Hein

Photo originally posted by Camille Paytan on Instagram
Yesterday, I, Dezza, and Jhabby went to Kennilu’s first gig! He is applying for MOrg, a music organization in our school. Just when he was about to perform, we came! He told us after that at first, he thought we were not going there anymore and it got him really down, then he became alive when he heard Jhabby shouted “Go Kenn!”
It feels really nice to support a friend. Even if we were already having second thoughts going because it was already late and we were already tired from joining a sports fest and there were only three of us, we still pushed through because he is our friend!
It was worth it. A friend’s always worth it.

Photo originally posted by Camille Paytan on Instagram

Yesterday, I, Dezza, and Jhabby went to Kennilu’s first gig! He is applying for MOrg, a music organization in our school. Just when he was about to perform, we came! He told us after that at first, he thought we were not going there anymore and it got him really down, then he became alive when he heard Jhabby shouted “Go Kenn!”

It feels really nice to support a friend. Even if we were already having second thoughts going because it was already late and we were already tired from joining a sports fest and there were only three of us, we still pushed through because he is our friend!

It was worth it. A friend’s always worth it.

pagingellenpage:

Whip It, 2009.

pagingellenpage:

Whip It, 2009.

(Source: thehurlscouts)

well, put some skates on. be your own hero. 

Whip It (2009) is definitely a Histo 4 movie. Way to detox after reviewing for the exam tomorrow! :D

(Source: glossywhit)

this-acidic-brain:

Not gonna say much else.

this-acidic-brain:

Not gonna say much else.

jedavu:

MAN MEETS WOMAN | YANG LIU

Man Meets Woman is a series of simple pictograms by Beijing-born, Berlin-based designer Yang Liu that address gender stereotypes in a lighthearted, yet eye-opening way. By placing stick figure drawings of men and women side-by-side with no text other than a short title, Liu manages to say a lot about the way we categorize behaviors as “male” or “female” and what actions mean, dependent on gender. Ultimately, the series offers a playful take on double standards, stereotypes, and sexism.

atheistangel:

Because hate is a learned behavior.

atheistangel:

Because hate is a learned behavior.