NOT ALL THOSE WHO WONDER ARE LOST

California Living

Fuckkk you!!!!

Thats all I’m going to say to you fuckkk you!!!! You’re an idiot.. I’m sooo mad at myself for staring to catch feeling for you!! #dumbasshole #ihateyou #🔫

Los corridos no generan violencia al contrario la violencia genera corridos.

Los corridos son historias cantadas que nadie se anima a contar.

—   hay no más y esto es para que vayan & digan (via compaefren)

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Fuckkk!!!

I need to get my booty up… I need to get ready for my appointment but I’m soooo tired :/

Lana Del Rey - Never Let Me Go

pamerreyga:

ewalex:

If you love me hardcore, then don’t walk away

❤️❤️❤️

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Sometimes you stop talking to someone because you keep telling yourself that if they wanted to talk to you, they would.

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Two Door Cinema Club - Eat That Up, It's Good for You

the-tones:

Eat That Up, It’s Good for You // Two Door Cinema Club

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patheticpixels:

Lupe Fiasco. Good for health, bad for education. My first piece for charity. Inspired by “Tetsuo And Youth” draws from the seminal Anime film “Akira” and the theme of the album’s single “Mission”, an anthem of hope for cancer patients and survivors to create the image here. A small girl receiving treatment for the affliction stands, creating art as therapy. The colours blended to create Lupe’s face are a nod to Tetsuo’s mutation in the third act of the film, the unfinished piece of his face, the outside of Chicago, his hometown and the trademark pills from the Manga can be seen in the print of the child’s hospital gown. All proceeds go to Stand Up 2 Cancer. http://www.standup2cancer.org/
All paper & ink are archival, 16″x20″ glossy. Hand numbered, limited edition of 50. 
http://patheticpixels.com/shop/lupe-fiascos-tetsuo-youth/

patheticpixels:

Lupe Fiasco. Good for health, bad for education. My first piece for charity. Inspired by “Tetsuo And Youth” draws from the seminal Anime film “Akira” and the theme of the album’s single “Mission”, an anthem of hope for cancer patients and survivors to create the image here. A small girl receiving treatment for the affliction stands, creating art as therapy. The colours blended to create Lupe’s face are a nod to Tetsuo’s mutation in the third act of the film, the unfinished piece of his face, the outside of Chicago, his hometown and the trademark pills from the Manga can be seen in the print of the child’s hospital gown.

All proceeds go to Stand Up 2 Cancer. http://www.standup2cancer.org/

All paper & ink are archival, 16″x20″ glossy. Hand numbered, limited edition of 50.

http://patheticpixels.com/shop/lupe-fiascos-tetsuo-youth/

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