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I'm Lorelei, Nice to meet you! I live in the U.S. (back and forth between NYC and NJ for now)... Obviously, this is my blog and it's just kind of whatever I feel like posting. So… enjoy!

17th April 2014

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17th April 2014

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sanderlust:

my biggest fear is falling and dying in the shower and my family finding me naked

Tagged: i dont even like looking at my own nudie self

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17th April 2014

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onthewing:

strugglingtobeheard:

sextus—empiricus:

Ethiopian opal geode

Egg rock. Scramble the eggg sunnyside uup

this is so cool!

EGG ROCK

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17th April 2014

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styrnwilf:

HAHAHAHA

Also look, a well done rape joke.

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17th April 2014

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sunhillow:

sharonwheresmyumbrella:

DO NOT SELF DIAGNOSE. DO NOT SELF DIAGNOSE. WHY CANT PEOPLE UNDERSTAND THAT IT IS MORE DETRIMENTAL TO ASSUME YOU HAVE SOMETHING THAN ACTUALLY SPENDING THE TIME TO GO TO A TRAINED PROFESSIONAL. 

because a lot of people don’t have the money or the means of getting access to trained medical professionals. and a self diagnosis is merely a springboard for going to a medical professional because you’re aware that something is wrong. self-diagnosis is more of “i think this is the thing that is wrong with me, but it may also be something else” and it’s very useful to at least know that a lot of the time

 I know that but theres a difference between recognizing that theres a problem and saying that you have an illness. there are so many mental illnesses out there that share the same symptoms, so if you automatically assume you have this and actually have that, then you’re not helping yourself.

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17th April 2014

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chauvinistsushi:

contraception:

the goal is to love myself so much it offends other people

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17th April 2014

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  • ♂ =  I am a boy who has a crush on you
  • ♀ = I am a girl who has a crush on you
  • () = I am a nonbinary/genderqueer person who has a crush on you
  • * = just delete your tumblr already
  • æ = Post a picture of yourself
  • $ = You’re awesome
  • # = I love your blog
  • @ = You’re beautiful
  • + = i hate you.
  • % = You’re ugly
  • <3 = I want to fuck you
  • & = I wish we were close
  • ~ = I wish we were friends in real life
  • ? = I relate to a lot of the same things you go through 
  • ! = You inspire me

Tagged: haha lets see if anyone does this

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17th April 2014

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loserpoet:

it’s a metaphor

loserpoet:

it’s a metaphor

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17th April 2014

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lalondes:


Humbert Culture and the Case of James Franco

In Humbert culture, little girls are like Nabokov’s narrator described them in Lolita: “little deadly demons” among “wholesome” children, unconscious of their fantastic power and their capacity to ensnare men. Why else would the New York Times, reporting upon the rape of an eleven-year-old by eighteen men, remark upon how the girl “dressed older than her age” and hung out with “teenage boys” on the playground? Why else would the theory that Dolores Haze seduced Humbert Humbert have any salience in popular culture? Why else would James Franco insist that he was deceived by a conniving seventeen-year-old hell-bent on ruining his career? In Humbert culture, girls are wolves, and men are lambs.

lalondes:

Humbert Culture and the Case of James Franco

In Humbert culture, little girls are like Nabokov’s narrator described them in Lolita: “little deadly demons” among “wholesome” children, unconscious of their fantastic power and their capacity to ensnare men. Why else would the New York Times, reporting upon the rape of an eleven-year-old by eighteen men, remark upon how the girl “dressed older than her age” and hung out with “teenage boys” on the playground? Why else would the theory that Dolores Haze seduced Humbert Humbert have any salience in popular culture? Why else would James Franco insist that he was deceived by a conniving seventeen-year-old hell-bent on ruining his career? In Humbert culture, girls are wolves, and men are lambs.

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17th April 2014

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HOLY SHIT MICHEAL ALIG IS GETTING RELEASED FROM PRISON ON MY BIRTHDAY