Down the rabbit hole

Hi im matteo. i am 17. i am a guy. i happen to be into guys. i like stuff, like seriously a ridiculous amount of stuff. my blog pretty much sums up these facts. enjoy.

teamfreesnuggles:

i haven’t seen one of these yet so i went for it

(inspired by x)

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nijimei:

cherucat:

straight people are  so weird wtf like heres a drawing of two animals in love but one has eyelashes so you know these are Straight Animals

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satanicmingledotcum:

thewalkingdelrey:

i will always find a way out

ohmygod

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sacred chant of the homosexual  (via offwithurhead)

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As Coleridge put it, we know a man for a poet by the fact that he makes us poets. We know that he is expressing emotions by the fact that he is enabling us to express ours. Thus, if art is the activity of expressing emotions, the reader is an artist as well as the writer. There is no distinction of kind between artist and audience. This does not mean that there is no distinction at all. When Pope wrote that the poet’s business was to say ‘what all have felt but none so well express’d’, we may interpret his words as meaning (whether or no Pope himself consciously meant this when he wrote them) that the poet’s difference from his audience lies in the fact that, though both do exactly the same thing, namely express this particular emotion in these particular words, the poet is a man who can solve for himself the problem of expressing it, whereas the audience can express it only when the poet has shown them how. The poet is not singular either in his having that emotion or in his power of expressing it; he is singular in his ability to take the initiative in expressing what all feel, and all can express.

— RG Collingwood, The Principles of Art (1938) (jenlindblad)

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mirahxox:

theinvisibles:

Orange is the New Black - Elle Photoshoot

THIS IS AMAZING

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snowyarcherprince:

nostopdasgay:

shubbabang:

One of my close friends is a belly dancer

And god help you if she gets bored and decides to knock her hip against yours

Like we could just be walking

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I SWEAR THEY HAVE THE MOST POWERFUL HIPS ON THE PLANET

Tumblr user shubbabang is blasting off again!

The hips, they don’t lie…

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illaminati:

"maybe you shouldnt eat all of tha-"

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edwardspoonhands:

The whole SciShow office is so freaking stoked about this it’s adorable. To be clear, I also have not been this excited about a movie (that wasn’t based on my brother’s book) since Deathly Hallows.