Over my years of being a human, I have discovered that when put in the centre of a crisis, there is no “right” way to do things. There are better ways than others that vary from person to person, from situation to situation but there is no overruling, definite path to take. For instance, *screen…
The song “Euphoria” reminds me of a lot of the songs I used to listen to as a kid - you know like on the Now albums, those dance tracks at the end after all the ones you recognised that usually most people would turn off the CD at? Well those were my jam. So I thought I’d take a journey back through one of the first CDs that I remember having, and that’s Now 52. I got to this one and I don’t think I liked it much at the time. But now I actually find it completely hysterical. I’m actually crying.
This is from my final project for my Photo class. I asked participants to write something about themselves that contributed significantly to who they are as a person, but is something that someone may be surprised to hear just looking at them. I will be continuing this project indefinitely, so if you’d like to participate look out for open calls!
Angelina Jolie had a double mastectomy, in case you hadn’t heard. How dare she remove those ticking time bombs from her chest, amiright? Like, hasn’t she learned by now that her body is public domain and we all get to vote on what she does with it? Sheesh, how selfish can ya get.
OMG this! I’ve done a fair amount of complaining about people’s attitudes towards this on my other blog, but this is the absolute best.
Back in Year 10 I was a massive fan of Fall Out Boy and Pete Wentz’s clothing brand Clandestine Industries. There was one hoody that stuck in my mind so much I still remember it now and I managed to find the picture again.
I still really want that hoody. Mostly because I am now studying neuroscience. But also because LOOK AT IT.