“The (500) Days of Summer attitude of “He wants you so bad” seems attractive to some women and men, especially younger ones, but I would encourage anyone who has a crush on my character to watch it again and examine how selfish he is. He develops a mildly delusional obsession over a girl onto whom he projects all these fantasies. He thinks she’ll give his life meaning because he doesn’t care about much else going on in his life. A lot of boys and girls think their lives will have meaning if they find a partner who wants nothing else in life but them. That’s not healthy. That’s falling in love with the idea of a person, not the actual person.”Joseph Gordon-Levitt (via theflowershop)
Let’s get spooky…
Today’s Gender of the day is: Rufio
Today’s Gender of the day is: Tacos Gay.
Sometimes I look at people and make myself try and feel them as more than just a random person walking by. I imagine how deeply they’ve fallen in love, or how much heartbreak they’ve all been through.
getting REAL fucking tired of not having a boyfriend. With who I can talk about our day with before bed, play video games with, cuddle with, have a couple of beers with, go to disneyland with, watch golden girls in bed with, text in the middle of the day while we’re both at work, ugh FUCK, just really fucking tired of not having a boyfriend.
Uniforms. The lingerie of Man.
Louis Henri Sullivan, Cast and wrought iron elevator enclosure, Chicago Stock Exchange Building, 1893
Ed Gein - Crime scene photos.
Hillier, along with his partner Pascal Bronner, started FleaFolly to explore the role of narrative in architecture. And they do it quite literally. Last summer, the two architecture professors took a group of seven students to their atelier in Germany’s Black Forest for an intensive summer session. They holed the students up in their cabin and presented them the challenge they were to work on for the next month: If you could re-imagine the Brothers Grimm fairy tales as architecture, what would they look like? It was an odd question, and one that Bronner and Hillier themselves didn’t know the answer to. But five weeks later, the students emerged with a spindly, handcrafted model of a doomsday city based on the characters and story lines from various Grimm tales.