"So, you kiss him, and he doesn’t move, he doesn’t
pull away, and you keep on kissing him. And he hasn’t moved,
he’s frozen, and you’ve kissed him, and he’ll never
forgive you, and maybe now he’ll never leave you alone."
- Richard Siken (via 5000letters)


Did you know that beekeepers have famously attractive eyes ? Every single one of them . I don’t know the science behind it , but studies show beauty is in the eye of the bee holder . 


Alphaville (1965) dir. by Jean Luc Godard: "…light that goes, light that returns…a single smile between us. In the quest of knowlege, I watched night create day…"


…yes more from the archives…

These photos is from a Swedish magazine called Poster (it came out between 1974 to 1980 and this one is from 1980) that mainly focused on, well posters, large color posters of the most popular artist at the time. 

This is from a special edition that focused solely on The Clash, a bit surprising, Poster mostly focused on the most popular and commercial artist like ABBA, Kiss, Boney M, Queen etc. Most of the photos are Bob Gruens’ well known photos but there are a couple of photos that I think was taken backstage when they played Sweden in 1980 of Mick, Paul and Topper (the newspaper stuck under Mick’s arm looks like a Swedish paper). 



Charts from OKCupid, showing how straight women and men rate each other based on ages. For women, the men they find most attractive are roughly their own age. For men, the women they find most attractive are roughly the same age - 20 to 23 - regardless of the age of the man. (538)

Good fucking Christ.


Ian Curtis of Joy Division

January 1980, Germany


im not ashamed to admit that id let 26 year old Joe Biden hit it




We have enough pressures to deal with when it comes to cultivating self-love—the picture perfect images in the media, the advertisements urging us to change how we look, and the sometimes negative words from those around us—and the last thing we should be doing is adding to that by talking to ourselves negatively. One way to focus on the more positive aspects of you is to choose a (positive!) word of the day.

Sometimes it’s hard to come up with good things to say about yourself, so I’ve created a list you can print out and place on your mirror. Every morning, if you can, choose a word that embodies how you feel (or want to feel) that day and try to keep in mind the whole day through. After choosing your word, you might even want to look up the definition to get an even more precise idea of what it means (and maybe even some additional insight on how to embrace it).  

Bonus idea: Print out and frame the list of words. Place it somewhere you’ll see it every morning (in the bathroom or by the front door). Each day, use a dry erase marker to circle your word of the day. If there are multiple people in your house that want to participate, choose different color markers for each person. 

Source: positivelypresent.com

Love this!

Which word(s), describe you today?