Feel you from the inside
41 year old gay chub living in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Love for life, the arts, things odd and strange.

Love experiencing second hand other peoples lives on here.

Enjoy posting stuff that represents opinions that usually aren't the norm. Because I am not the norm.
Feel you from the inside
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fatart:

Costa Dvorezky
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willcub:

Truth.  
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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Revok

Website
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Revok

Website
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Revok

Website
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Revok

Website
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Revok

Website
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morethanphotography:

Tetris by Vorrarit
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iamjapanese:

Igor Shipilin(Игорь Шипилин Russian, b.1961)
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iamjapanese:

Igor Shipilin(Игорь Шипилин Russian, b.1961)
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iamjapanese:

Igor Shipilin(Игорь Шипилин Russian, b.1961)
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iamjapanese:

Igor Shipilin(Игорь Шипилин Russian, b.1961)
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iamjapanese:

Igor Shipilin(Игорь Шипилин Russian, b.1961)
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iamjapanese:

Igor Shipilin(Игорь Шипилин Russian, b.1961)
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iamjapanese:

Igor Shipilin(Игорь Шипилин Russian, b.1961)
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iamjapanese:

Igor Shipilin(Игорь Шипилин Russian, b.1961)
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iamjapanese:

Igor Shipilin(Игорь Шипилин Russian, b.1961)
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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Ivan Prieto
Study for a composition andother stuff
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Ivan Prieto
Study for a composition andother stuff
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Ivan Prieto
Study for a composition andother stuff
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zeroing:

Antony Gormley
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tumblropenarts:

Artist Name: B.T. Joy 
Tumblr: http://btj0005uk.tumblr.com/ 

Love it
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deepredroom:

petitedeath:

radpghfem:

merisea:

How Beauty Procedures Looked In The 1930s-40s [x]

^ One of many great things to direct someone to anytime they start going off about how “real beauty” was appreciated back in the good ol’ glamorous retro days.
More info on that weird head vice created by Max Factor: It was called the “beauty micrometer,” originally created for the application of makeup on film actors, and didn’t really correct the application of makeup so much as pinpoint the exact places where makeup needed to be applied to ensure the actor’s face measured up to symmetrical, perfectly-proportioned beauty standards as much as possible. 

it should be noted that a good many of these things werent popular or widely used though (with i think the exception of the hair waver).But weird beauty practices go back ages. In the 1600 and 1700s women would have their blood let to remain pale and use belladonna, a poison, to obtain larger pupils. Also many beauty products until the early 1900s had uring and arsenic as major ingredients.

The leg roller sounds like it’d be nice though.
deepredroom:

petitedeath:

radpghfem:

merisea:

How Beauty Procedures Looked In The 1930s-40s [x]

^ One of many great things to direct someone to anytime they start going off about how “real beauty” was appreciated back in the good ol’ glamorous retro days.
More info on that weird head vice created by Max Factor: It was called the “beauty micrometer,” originally created for the application of makeup on film actors, and didn’t really correct the application of makeup so much as pinpoint the exact places where makeup needed to be applied to ensure the actor’s face measured up to symmetrical, perfectly-proportioned beauty standards as much as possible. 

it should be noted that a good many of these things werent popular or widely used though (with i think the exception of the hair waver).But weird beauty practices go back ages. In the 1600 and 1700s women would have their blood let to remain pale and use belladonna, a poison, to obtain larger pupils. Also many beauty products until the early 1900s had uring and arsenic as major ingredients.

The leg roller sounds like it’d be nice though.
deepredroom:

petitedeath:

radpghfem:

merisea:

How Beauty Procedures Looked In The 1930s-40s [x]

^ One of many great things to direct someone to anytime they start going off about how “real beauty” was appreciated back in the good ol’ glamorous retro days.
More info on that weird head vice created by Max Factor: It was called the “beauty micrometer,” originally created for the application of makeup on film actors, and didn’t really correct the application of makeup so much as pinpoint the exact places where makeup needed to be applied to ensure the actor’s face measured up to symmetrical, perfectly-proportioned beauty standards as much as possible. 

it should be noted that a good many of these things werent popular or widely used though (with i think the exception of the hair waver).But weird beauty practices go back ages. In the 1600 and 1700s women would have their blood let to remain pale and use belladonna, a poison, to obtain larger pupils. Also many beauty products until the early 1900s had uring and arsenic as major ingredients.

The leg roller sounds like it’d be nice though.
deepredroom:

petitedeath:

radpghfem:

merisea:

How Beauty Procedures Looked In The 1930s-40s [x]

^ One of many great things to direct someone to anytime they start going off about how “real beauty” was appreciated back in the good ol’ glamorous retro days.
More info on that weird head vice created by Max Factor: It was called the “beauty micrometer,” originally created for the application of makeup on film actors, and didn’t really correct the application of makeup so much as pinpoint the exact places where makeup needed to be applied to ensure the actor’s face measured up to symmetrical, perfectly-proportioned beauty standards as much as possible. 

it should be noted that a good many of these things werent popular or widely used though (with i think the exception of the hair waver).But weird beauty practices go back ages. In the 1600 and 1700s women would have their blood let to remain pale and use belladonna, a poison, to obtain larger pupils. Also many beauty products until the early 1900s had uring and arsenic as major ingredients.

The leg roller sounds like it’d be nice though.
deepredroom:

petitedeath:

radpghfem:

merisea:

How Beauty Procedures Looked In The 1930s-40s [x]

^ One of many great things to direct someone to anytime they start going off about how “real beauty” was appreciated back in the good ol’ glamorous retro days.
More info on that weird head vice created by Max Factor: It was called the “beauty micrometer,” originally created for the application of makeup on film actors, and didn’t really correct the application of makeup so much as pinpoint the exact places where makeup needed to be applied to ensure the actor’s face measured up to symmetrical, perfectly-proportioned beauty standards as much as possible. 

it should be noted that a good many of these things werent popular or widely used though (with i think the exception of the hair waver).But weird beauty practices go back ages. In the 1600 and 1700s women would have their blood let to remain pale and use belladonna, a poison, to obtain larger pupils. Also many beauty products until the early 1900s had uring and arsenic as major ingredients.

The leg roller sounds like it’d be nice though.
deepredroom:

petitedeath:

radpghfem:

merisea:

How Beauty Procedures Looked In The 1930s-40s [x]

^ One of many great things to direct someone to anytime they start going off about how “real beauty” was appreciated back in the good ol’ glamorous retro days.
More info on that weird head vice created by Max Factor: It was called the “beauty micrometer,” originally created for the application of makeup on film actors, and didn’t really correct the application of makeup so much as pinpoint the exact places where makeup needed to be applied to ensure the actor’s face measured up to symmetrical, perfectly-proportioned beauty standards as much as possible. 

it should be noted that a good many of these things werent popular or widely used though (with i think the exception of the hair waver).But weird beauty practices go back ages. In the 1600 and 1700s women would have their blood let to remain pale and use belladonna, a poison, to obtain larger pupils. Also many beauty products until the early 1900s had uring and arsenic as major ingredients.

The leg roller sounds like it’d be nice though.
deepredroom:

petitedeath:

radpghfem:

merisea:

How Beauty Procedures Looked In The 1930s-40s [x]

^ One of many great things to direct someone to anytime they start going off about how “real beauty” was appreciated back in the good ol’ glamorous retro days.
More info on that weird head vice created by Max Factor: It was called the “beauty micrometer,” originally created for the application of makeup on film actors, and didn’t really correct the application of makeup so much as pinpoint the exact places where makeup needed to be applied to ensure the actor’s face measured up to symmetrical, perfectly-proportioned beauty standards as much as possible. 

it should be noted that a good many of these things werent popular or widely used though (with i think the exception of the hair waver).But weird beauty practices go back ages. In the 1600 and 1700s women would have their blood let to remain pale and use belladonna, a poison, to obtain larger pupils. Also many beauty products until the early 1900s had uring and arsenic as major ingredients.

The leg roller sounds like it’d be nice though.
deepredroom:

petitedeath:

radpghfem:

merisea:

How Beauty Procedures Looked In The 1930s-40s [x]

^ One of many great things to direct someone to anytime they start going off about how “real beauty” was appreciated back in the good ol’ glamorous retro days.
More info on that weird head vice created by Max Factor: It was called the “beauty micrometer,” originally created for the application of makeup on film actors, and didn’t really correct the application of makeup so much as pinpoint the exact places where makeup needed to be applied to ensure the actor’s face measured up to symmetrical, perfectly-proportioned beauty standards as much as possible. 

it should be noted that a good many of these things werent popular or widely used though (with i think the exception of the hair waver).But weird beauty practices go back ages. In the 1600 and 1700s women would have their blood let to remain pale and use belladonna, a poison, to obtain larger pupils. Also many beauty products until the early 1900s had uring and arsenic as major ingredients.

The leg roller sounds like it’d be nice though.
deepredroom:

petitedeath:

radpghfem:

merisea:

How Beauty Procedures Looked In The 1930s-40s [x]

^ One of many great things to direct someone to anytime they start going off about how “real beauty” was appreciated back in the good ol’ glamorous retro days.
More info on that weird head vice created by Max Factor: It was called the “beauty micrometer,” originally created for the application of makeup on film actors, and didn’t really correct the application of makeup so much as pinpoint the exact places where makeup needed to be applied to ensure the actor’s face measured up to symmetrical, perfectly-proportioned beauty standards as much as possible. 

it should be noted that a good many of these things werent popular or widely used though (with i think the exception of the hair waver).But weird beauty practices go back ages. In the 1600 and 1700s women would have their blood let to remain pale and use belladonna, a poison, to obtain larger pupils. Also many beauty products until the early 1900s had uring and arsenic as major ingredients.

The leg roller sounds like it’d be nice though.
deepredroom:

petitedeath:

radpghfem:

merisea:

How Beauty Procedures Looked In The 1930s-40s [x]

^ One of many great things to direct someone to anytime they start going off about how “real beauty” was appreciated back in the good ol’ glamorous retro days.
More info on that weird head vice created by Max Factor: It was called the “beauty micrometer,” originally created for the application of makeup on film actors, and didn’t really correct the application of makeup so much as pinpoint the exact places where makeup needed to be applied to ensure the actor’s face measured up to symmetrical, perfectly-proportioned beauty standards as much as possible. 

it should be noted that a good many of these things werent popular or widely used though (with i think the exception of the hair waver).But weird beauty practices go back ages. In the 1600 and 1700s women would have their blood let to remain pale and use belladonna, a poison, to obtain larger pupils. Also many beauty products until the early 1900s had uring and arsenic as major ingredients.

The leg roller sounds like it’d be nice though.
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After Clocking Out and a Customer Tries to Ask For Shit
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heylauren:


The Turkish company Pugedon has recently introduced a vending machine that’s an innovative way to help both the environment and our furry friends. It releases food for the city’s stray dogs and cats every time a plastic bottle is deposited, and it allows people to empty their water bottles for the animals as well.
This wonderful service operates at no charge to the city because the recycled plastic pays for the cost of food. So, with a little financial investment, the simple machines do a lot of good. They provide a steady source of sustenance to the animals, many of which rely on caring residents to regularly feed them. It also encourages people to make a habit of recycling and help conserve our environment for future generations.

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
heylauren:


The Turkish company Pugedon has recently introduced a vending machine that’s an innovative way to help both the environment and our furry friends. It releases food for the city’s stray dogs and cats every time a plastic bottle is deposited, and it allows people to empty their water bottles for the animals as well.
This wonderful service operates at no charge to the city because the recycled plastic pays for the cost of food. So, with a little financial investment, the simple machines do a lot of good. They provide a steady source of sustenance to the animals, many of which rely on caring residents to regularly feed them. It also encourages people to make a habit of recycling and help conserve our environment for future generations.

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dynamicafrica:

Vintage cover photos of magazines that catered specifically to black women. 
dynamicafrica:

Vintage cover photos of magazines that catered specifically to black women. 
dynamicafrica:

Vintage cover photos of magazines that catered specifically to black women. 
dynamicafrica:

Vintage cover photos of magazines that catered specifically to black women. 
dynamicafrica:

Vintage cover photos of magazines that catered specifically to black women. 
dynamicafrica:

Vintage cover photos of magazines that catered specifically to black women. 
dynamicafrica:

Vintage cover photos of magazines that catered specifically to black women. 
dynamicafrica:

Vintage cover photos of magazines that catered specifically to black women. 
dynamicafrica:

Vintage cover photos of magazines that catered specifically to black women. 
dynamicafrica:

Vintage cover photos of magazines that catered specifically to black women. 
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thegetty:

Millais called this painting “the picture with the dreadful blue-and-white page in the corner.” Do you agree? 
The Ransom, 1860 - 1862, John Everett Millais. J. Paul Getty Museum.
thegetty:

Millais called this painting “the picture with the dreadful blue-and-white page in the corner.” Do you agree? 
The Ransom, 1860 - 1862, John Everett Millais. J. Paul Getty Museum.
thegetty:

Millais called this painting “the picture with the dreadful blue-and-white page in the corner.” Do you agree? 
The Ransom, 1860 - 1862, John Everett Millais. J. Paul Getty Museum.
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medieval:

A nun plucks penises off a phallus tree.Roman de la Rose, c. 1325-1353. (Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France, MS. Fr. 25526, f. 106v.)

From Naughty Nuns, Flatulent Monks, and Other Surprises of Sacred Medieval Manuscripts.