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Atlphyre: an imperfect mix of natural elements


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Reblogged from swag-on-jdbieber

Color My Inbox

Deep Red - I’m in love with you.
Red - I love you.
Pink - I think you’re cute.
Blue
 - You’re amazing.
Rose - You’re pretty
Purple
 - You’re hot.
Plum - I would fuck you.
Violet - I would date you.
Aqua - I could stay on your blog for hours.
Lavender
 - You are my tumblr crush.
Orange - I want to get to know you.
Tangerine
 - We have a lot in common.
Amber
 - I wish you would notice me.
Cream - I don’t talk to you but I really love your blog.

Send me things. Or not. I have 120 followers and only like 4 talk to me

(Source: swag-on-jdbieber, via ohlookacannibal)

Reblogged from combefierce-deactivated20130613

elder-grant:

endovelicus:

modern les miserables au where ‘drink with me’ becomes ‘shots shots shots’

was that a fucking pun

(via lollerfly)

Survived the parade. Lots of fun! Much more glittery now than before.

Survived the parade. Lots of fun! Much more glittery now than before.

Bi pride ready!!

Bi pride ready!!

Pride parade Tomorrow!!!

I’m super excited… there isn’t enough pink/purple and blue in the world to explain my excite.

Reblogged from thirdyearharrypotter
thirdyearharrypotter:

Daja and Sandry colored by whisper-trove **permission to upload given by the artist!!**

thirdyearharrypotter:

Daja and Sandry colored by whisper-trove
**permission to upload given by the artist!!**

#maleficent lipglass on its first try! Not too shabby. #maccosmetics #makeup

#maleficent lipglass on its first try! Not too shabby. #maccosmetics #makeup

Reblogged from silverilly

silverilly:

sometimes i listen to really good choir music and miss amabile

and then i remember that amabile sucked

This is pretty much my life. Can we start our own choir please?

Reblogged from nbchannibal

Gender issues: Makeup

So I was at a McDonald’s in Toronto late Sunday night and overheard two younger men of colour discussing if makeup was for women or for men etc. it was really nice to hear two people discussing the issue respectfully. The one was very adamant that certain makeup products were only for women and the other was very for the idea that if you feel comfortable wearing it it is for you. I couldn’t help but smile. Good job random friend.