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YOUR PUSSY IS WAY TOO DRY TO BE RIDING MY DICK LIKE THIS
I hope I remember to use this at the proper time. Too funny!!!

YOUR PUSSY IS WAY TOO DRY TO BE RIDING MY DICK LIKE THIS

I hope I remember to use this at the proper time. Too funny!!!

So obviously i never post

So obviously i never post anymore but it’s my birthday tomorrow and I just heard SMNS at the gay bar I’m drinking at and it made me smile!

inotrope:

I CAN’T BREATHE

! I remember this picture, I love it because it looks like he’s wearing a crown of light

! I remember this picture, I love it because it looks like he’s wearing a crown of light

mcjawsh:

Whoever made this gif is a genius.

 agreed

mcjawsh:

Whoever made this gif is a genius.

 agreed

raveisking:

“I convinced my parents to turn our house into a Magical Christmas Dubstep Light Show”

Every year, my family tries to do something special with out Christmas lights. We’ll usually go to Target, Costco, WalMart, and other Christmas specialty popup stores to find the most innovative lighting and lawn sculptures that can make our house the most unique Christmas display in our subdivision. In recent years, I felt like my father had been ‘falling off his game.’ I took matters into my own hands.

I turned our house into a magical dubstep Christmas light show, to the tune of “First Of The Year (Equinox)” by Skrillex. At first, my parents wondered if we could use a different song, like something off Michael Buble’s Christmas album. Then I told him, ‘It’s what the kids are listening to, dad. It’s the dubsteps.’

full article here.

 Totally Amazing

Purchase: maxout.koansound.co.uk

Tracklist:
A. Trouble In The West
B. Max Out
C. Mr. Brown
D. One Hand Clap

Comes reccomended by Skrillex

This is what I’ve been up to, check it out!
www.facebook.com/theacademynorthwest

This is what I’ve been up to, check it out!

www.facebook.com/theacademynorthwest

bitchville:

Japanese artist Iori Tomita transforms the scientific technique of preserving and dying organisms into an art form with this series entitled New World Transparent Specimens. The images give us an breathtaking look at the inner workings of underwater life.The process Tomita goes through is extremely extensive. First, he removes the scales and skin that have been preserved in formaldehyde. He then soaks the creatures in a stain that dyes the cartilage blue. Tomita uses a digestive enzyme called trypsin, along with a host of other chemicals, to break down the proteins and muscles, halting the process just at the moment they become transparent. The bones are stained with red dye, and the specimen is preserved in a jar of glycerin. From start to finish, the entire production takes about five months to a year.
http://www.shinsekai-th.com/en/photo.php

bitchville:

Japanese artist Iori Tomita transforms the scientific technique of preserving and dying organisms into an art form with this series entitled New World Transparent Specimens. The images give us an breathtaking look at the inner workings of underwater life.

The process Tomita goes through is extremely extensive. First, he removes the scales and skin that have been preserved in formaldehyde. He then soaks the creatures in a stain that dyes the cartilage blue. Tomita uses a digestive enzyme called trypsin, along with a host of other chemicals, to break down the proteins and muscles, halting the process just at the moment they become transparent. The bones are stained with red dye, and the specimen is preserved in a jar of glycerin. From start to finish, the entire production takes about five months to a year.

http://www.shinsekai-th.com/en/photo.php

As you may have noticed…

…I’ve totally been slacking on updating my blog and here’s why:

My Audio/Sound Technology program is taking up most of my time, the rest of which, is being hogged by my spectacular new boyfriend and guess what!

I’M PERFORMING AT TACOMA HEMPFEST

…with “The Academy” which is the music group/artist collective I’m in. It’s not on the flyer this time. We’re Special Guests, but look out:

THE ACADEMY IS TAKING OVER