I'm a mystery wrapped in a conundrum

I'm a mystery wrapped in a conundrum

givemetheurljeffreydahmer:

Modern Jeff.
givemetheurljeffreydahmer:

Modern Jeff.
givemetheurljeffreydahmer:

Modern Jeff.
givemetheurljeffreydahmer:

Modern Jeff.
shivoldemort:

Has this comparison been made?

shivoldemort:

Has this comparison been made?

(via bobbymoynihans)

euphoriatakehold:

ARE YOU EMO?Source: Seventeen Magazine, c. 1999 - 2002

I remember this

euphoriatakehold:

ARE YOU EMO?

Source: Seventeen Magazine, c. 1999 - 2002

I remember this

(via primadonnassgirl)

The L Word

I just watched the whole L Word series on Netflix. I think Nikki did it. 

lomographicsociety:

Lomography Film of the Day - Fuji T64 Pro

lomographicsociety:

Lomography Film of the Day - Fuji T64 Pro

tacanderson:

3D Art Meets Prosthetics: Student Creates Beautiful 3D Printed Prosthetic Arm for Friend
An architecture design student decides to make some awesome prosthetics for his friend. I love seeing this.
Most people missing limbs are, understandably, very self conscious about it. I remember a war buddy of my dad’s that had one of those hooks that also worked like pinchers. Scared the crap out of me as a kid. (It didn’t help that he once threatened to grab my nose with it. I think he was just trying to make a joke, I didn’t laugh.)
But as people create something customized and beautiful it allows them to not feel like they have to hide it. And in another 5-10 years, I’d be surprised if we didn’t see people with commercially viable, artificial limbs that are superior in many ways to the real thing. 

tacanderson:

3D Art Meets Prosthetics: Student Creates Beautiful 3D Printed Prosthetic Arm for Friend

An architecture design student decides to make some awesome prosthetics for his friend. I love seeing this.

Most people missing limbs are, understandably, very self conscious about it. I remember a war buddy of my dad’s that had one of those hooks that also worked like pinchers. Scared the crap out of me as a kid. (It didn’t help that he once threatened to grab my nose with it. I think he was just trying to make a joke, I didn’t laugh.)

But as people create something customized and beautiful it allows them to not feel like they have to hide it. And in another 5-10 years, I’d be surprised if we didn’t see people with commercially viable, artificial limbs that are superior in many ways to the real thing. 

(via emergentfutures)