(I was Part-Time, but am now a Full-Time procrastinator named Helen fyi) I love Rammstein, Ween, Clutch, Swans, The Big Lebowski, Gogol Bordello, animals, the beach, Type O Negative, Firewater, Salem, Pinback, Metalocalypse, The Walking Dead, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Arrested Development, Dexter, True Blood, Shameless, all Coen Brothers movies, all John Waters movies, LOTR, BSG, Firefly, and many more. Pizza and air conditioning rule my world. I like dark humor and try to laugh daily to fight the sadness. Don't be so serious, because one day we'll all be diagnosed with something bad or else get into a car wreck and die (sorry, it's true. We will all die eventually of something). One of my favorite forms of escape is finding pics of my dream house & dream bedroom, a place I can imagine myself spending hours hiding out, away from all of life's problems. ABIDE.
Yep, I laughed, quite hard.
Effects of corsetting
Deleted scene from the critically acclaimed film, Gravity.
oh my god, you tried
It’s like some kind of initiation rite for squirrels
OR maybe like a rodeo where neighborhood squirrels take turns to see who can hold on the longest
really close to my next thousand!!!! calories that ive consumed so far today
whoever made these is a god
it was frenums.tumblr.com and since this post isn’t sourced to her i’m gonna go ahead and stick a link to their blog here so they get some credit
The chemical-imbalance theory of depression — the idea that depression was caused by too little serotonin or some other such neurotransmitter within a neurosynapse sounded scientific but legitimate science rejected this notion by the 1980s. Drug companies knew this, and so too did any psychiatrist who took the time to look at the research. But we still hear about this “chemical imbalance theory” on TV drug commercials and from establishment psychiatrists. “Pseudoscientific” is a polite terms for the use of scientific-sounding language to promote unscientific realities. Less polite would be “bullshit” or “lies.” And the director of the National Institute of Mental Health now is stating, DSM, psychiatry’s diagnostic bible, lacks scientific validity. Again, this is a polite way of saying the DSM is pseudoscientific bullshit.
Abandoned roller coaster taken with a Bronica ETRSi on Porta 120MM film
Source: nerradk (flickr)