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Ask me anything   My name is Brittany Shea. I think of myself as an artist although sometimes I have my doubts. I love my family and friends more than words can express. My eating habits are strange and unusual, to say the least. I am attracted to all things bright & shiny (i must have been a fish in a past life). I travel more than any one person should. I love the beach and the mountains. AND I think video games are fantastic.

madhouseunderground:

We’re obsessed with Polynesian Ink. Just one more thing that has us counting down the days for whats to come at POI: A Polynesian Event, hosted by Madhouse Underground Productions!

Picture 1, Picture 2, Picture 3

Omgoodness these are freakin super sexy.

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#polynesian  #body art  #madhouseunderground 
#madhouseunderground #goodthingstocome #rockabilly #pinup

#madhouseunderground #goodthingstocome #rockabilly #pinup

— 2 days ago
#pinup  #goodthingstocome  #rockabilly  #madhouseunderground 
throh:

unleash hell for just $1.50

throh:

unleash hell for just $1.50

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archiemcphee:

This may be a fantastic discovery, mistaken identity or a simply a beautiful hoax, but even so the idea is awesome. Manchester Metropolitan University professor John Hyatt claims to have photographed tiny fairies in flight while he was taking landscape photos over a two year period out in the countryside of Lancashire, England. He insists that the photographs are 100% real and haven’t been manipulated in any way.

“It was a bit of a shock when I blew them up, I did a double take,” he said. “I went out afterwards and took pictures of flies and gnats and they just don’t look the same. People can decide for themselves what they are.”

“I don’t believe they are just smaller versions of us and go home and have a cup of tea at the end of the day,” Hyatt pointed out. “And no one is suggesting they have any special powers. From my experience, they were just enjoying themselves and there was a little dance in the sunlight going on. They are just beautiful pictures and beauty can make people believe.”

Hyatt’s photos are currently on display in an exhibition entitled Rossendale Fairies at the Whitaker Museum in Whitaker Park, Rossendale, Lancashire, England.

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jimmysnowvakk:

DO YOU SEE THAT SHIRT 
"if lucifer needs someone’s consent to enter their body then so do you"
WHY ISN’T THE SOCIAL JUSTICE PART OF TUMBLR ALL ON THIS

jimmysnowvakk:

DO YOU SEE THAT SHIRT 

"if lucifer needs someone’s consent to enter their body then so do you"

WHY ISN’T THE SOCIAL JUSTICE PART OF TUMBLR ALL ON THIS

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queenfattyoftherollpalace:

I don’t care how many times I’ve reblogged this 

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lightyourhaironfire:

artofseductionlxix:

algeboring:

when you tell your parents something personal and they tell a bunch of relatives
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someone white made this post

bahaha

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newwavefeminism:

beautifulbroodingandbroke:

"Rape accusations ruin people’s lives!"

You know what else ruins people’s lives?

B e i n g r a p e d

I was in college once and they had a panel on consent. We got into a huge conversation about how the college fails to follow through when a student is sexually…

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#rape denial  #rape 
worldpaintings:

Vicente Romero Redondo (b. 1956)
The young dancer, pastel, 39.4 x 27.5 inches.
Vicente Romero Redondo is a Spanish artist from Madrid. He graduated with special honours from the High School for Art “San Fernando”, the most prestigious art school in Spain (Salvador Dalí studied there from 1922 to 1926). During the first years he dedicated all his time to sculpture, but soon realized that only by painting he could express all the sensibility he possessed and needed to transmit. Since the early 90s Romero’s paintings have been shown in individual expositions in Spain, the UK, France and Portugal.

worldpaintings:

Vicente Romero Redondo (b. 1956)

The young dancer, pastel, 39.4 x 27.5 inches.

Vicente Romero Redondo is a Spanish artist from Madrid. He graduated with special honours from the High School for Art “San Fernando”, the most prestigious art school in Spain (Salvador Dalí studied there from 1922 to 1926). During the first years he dedicated all his time to sculpture, but soon realized that only by painting he could express all the sensibility he possessed and needed to transmit. Since the early 90s Romero’s paintings have been shown in individual expositions in Spain, the UK, France and Portugal.

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