omg so much spring energy thank god. sometimes i feel like i don’t ever have any energy left. went to this food festival at wanderlust with danielle and ate overpriced doll food and drank beer and sat around outside watchin people.
at home listening to the marked men and dancing around in my chair. gotta find somewhere to jump around tonight but i’m not seein’ much on the radar. sucks that this french dude doesn’t wanna smooch anymore. however- in a coupla weeks or so my crush will be extinguished but he’ll still have his horrible back tattoo.
thinking about what i’m going to do when i get ~home~. (one month oh CHRIST) if my tax refund is as big as it’s supposed to be i might just skip a last trip in europe and bundle it together to move right back to chicago. i don’t even want a real job yet i wanna sling beers and be a kid for at least another year… not that i think i have much of a choice.
It’s never occurred to me to leave New York City.
I couldn’t. Every weekend is somebody’s birthday, every weekday is a glass of wine with a friend, a finally getting around to the gym, a trip to the store to find something useless I’ve needed for months. I don’t have the time. Sometimes, many…
Vienna, Austria (by Tarakanov Dmitry)
I think the thing people don’t realize with that bullshit “well not all guys are dangerous, you should give them a chance” or what the fuck ever is like
if i had a plate of cookies and i was like yeah, a few of them have laxatives in them and one’s got cyanide in there, BUT THEY’RE NOT ALL LIKE THAT
you’re probably not gonna take a fucking cookie
for future use
lemme in der
I got my period last night and the cramps came crashing in this morning, then I started thinking about how tampons, pads, etc. are taxed as luxury items and YES bleeding out of my vagina once a month and experiencing these intense bouts of pain as if someone is stabbing my uterus, a type of pain no man will ever understand, is SO LUXURIOUS! Not to mention the mood swings and bloating!
Waiting for the day these products are covered by insurance the same way Viagra is…
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