I'm a work in progress.
fowllanguagecomics:

I’d still take a bullet for them, but it’d annoy the sh*t out of me.

fowllanguagecomics:

I’d still take a bullet for them, but it’d annoy the sh*t out of me.

ohgodwhatamidoing:

gang0fwolves:

westendblues:

please stop calling Black children who have different interests and tastes white

it’s damaging and alienating

Donald Glover would be the absolute perfect superhero.

icebox005:

Happy Batman Day!

icebox005:

Happy Batman Day!

quiet-nymph:

Deer & Bunny love by X POSE

gregmelander:

BELOW THE SURFACE

Amazing illustrations of what might be below the surface.  At the Schusev State Museum of Architecture

hystericarosie:

here are two bunnies using another bunny as a couch

hystericarosie:

here are two bunnies using another bunny as a couch

I will *NEVER* not reblog this.

I will *NEVER* not reblog this.

mishasminions:

ink-n-severedties:

toteardown:

cratenculture:

One of the TRUEST things I’ve ever came across.

Always reblog.

Wow

THIS IS THE GREATEST SPEECH EVER WRITTEN

liftstuffup:

mrcheyl:

Hulk Smash

I’m done.


Bahahahaha!!

liftstuffup:

mrcheyl:

Hulk Smash

I’m done.

Bahahahaha!!

iconic

henry-hargreaves:

War Phones

During the Vietnam nearly all US soldier carried a Zippo lighter. As the soldiers were initially forbidden from modifying the exterior of their uniform they would use engrave their lighters to express their feelings and sentiments.

Looking at the original lighters it seemed nothing had really changed from what I was hearing was the current feelings of soldiers fighting in the modern day wars. I decided to recreate these Vietnam Zippos with the same sayings (sub Vietnam fro Iraq, Afghanistan), but update the Zippos to phones. Showing the progression of time through technology and what I imagined may be now the soldiers close personal possession, but moral wise nothing has changed and again history repeats itself not learning any lessons for it’s past.

After speaking with my buddy Connor who served in the Laghman Province in Afghanistan he reiterated this by telling me it was as if they were in the worst place on earth and they ‘had accepted their fate as being damned to an eternity in hell like it was a joke.’ When things are so bad the final defense you had was your sense of humor. He requested I do one final phone with what had become the new slogan of the army ‘hearts and minds,’ but the reality couldn’t be further from this he told me…

Photography by Henry Hargreaves

Prop Styling Nicole Heffron