Tangled Restrooms on a cloudy evening (source: me)
hey could you pass me one of those snoods
liSTEn hERE THI S HAS GON E ON FAR TOO LONG THIS IS NOT WHAT I WANTED TO BE KNOWN FOR I WANTED TO GO FAR IN LIFE BUT NO I’M STUCK HERE WITH OVER 29 THOUSAND PEOPLE AND NO FUCKING SNOODS THIS IS NOT THE LEGACY I SIGNED UP FOR
OH MY GOD I FORGOT ABOUT THE SNOOD S
I believe it’s spelled SNOOdS
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A few snips at the hair salon turned Jetta Fosberg’s selfless act into a school nightmare.
After the 10-year-old Ohio girl cut and donated 14 inches of her hair to Wigs for Kids, an organization that supports children who have lost their hair due to cancer treatments, she started being bullied at school, her mom told WHIO News in Dayton.
To show support for Jetta, “like” her anti-bullying page on Facebook.
life problems with pete wentz
… There’s a very important conversation to be had there.
If this is being brought up shouldn’t we also addressing the age of the politicians in places of power tho?
^^That should be the first conversation to be had. Expiring buckets with an outdated and obsolete way of thinking making critical decisions for the future that they have no longevity in.
Who’s in for the voting age in the US to be lowered to 15? Because we actually know what the fuck would be right or wrong for our country. We’re not as stupid as old people tell us we are.
^ 15 year olds are not ready. I agree that the old white men in office need to step down and make way for the future, but I didn’t know shit about politics when I was 15. People who do….still don’t have the life expereince. You learn a LOT between 15 and 18.
But students in high school should be more in tune with the world of politics. We don’t get immersed in government until our senior year.
Sweeping Color Gradient Installation
Dan Tobin Smith’s sweeping color gradient installation in his London studio is a sight behold! Titled “The First Law Of Kipple”, Smith has covered his 200 square meter London Studio with objects donated by the public, ranging from matchbox-sized to chair-sized — the objects have been painstakily arranged according to their hue.
Not sure what kipple is? We weren’t either but it’s inspired by Philip K Dick’s 1968 novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep, which science fiction fans might know better as the film Bladerunner. The book describes ‘kipple’ as all the useless, used-up or pointless stuff that we collect around ourselves.