dying angels

ongoing iphone photographs

kelly surdo

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stunningpicture:

No amount of hot showers will get rid of the glitter on me now. Hopefully you guys think it was worth it!

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paintdeath:

Melting mirror by Rikako Nagashima

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if you consider a woman less pure after you’ve touched her
maybe you should take a looks at your hands

Kaija sabbah (via anachronica)

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haleyhellums: I said “I want an awesome pic” Then @niallhoran got a leg cramp…

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#FUCK  

natnovna:

*loves my brown eyes so much it makes ppl with blue eyes mad* 

ladylealea:

Pale skin and red lips
xx

emo4boys:

Freshman vs Senior year

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#BLESS  

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taylorswift + peach/pink/fuschia

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littlealienproducts:

Pizza Tattoo Choker // $10

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#jewelry  

The real ‘Red Wedding’ or “Nozze Rosse” took place in July of 1500; it was a bloodbath during which half the feuding Baglioni family of Perugia murdered the other half in their beds, a massacre which was quite overshadowed in contemporary chronicles. Violence and murder were common in the private lives of the Italian signorial families. Sigismondo Malatesta of Rimini had two of his wives murdered: one poisoned, the other suffocated. Francesca Manfredi of Faenza lured her husband into her bedchamber on the pretext of being unwell and had him stabbed there by concealed assassins; when they bungled the job she coolly stepped forward, a fifteenth-century Lady Macbeth, and finished him off with a dagger thrust in the stomach. (X)

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bobbyfinger:

This 30-second video of Nicki Minaj explaining what “beez in the trap” means is the most important and wonderful thing I’ve seen today.

(H/T Steven)

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xerneas:

*flower emoji*

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#yaaaaaas