Blonde with Ambitions

Some day, I'll take over everything.
ilikelookingatnakedmen:

lilylilymine:

dragondicks:


applemaiden submitted:


I thought you might like this predicted dystopian future.

if I suddenly came into a bunch of money I would open a bar called “the suffragette bar” and sell ice cream and pretzels and in the evenings sell colourful cocktails and have old art like this up on the walls.

I want to go there.

Two of my favourite foods

Man, this sounds amazing.

ilikelookingatnakedmen:

lilylilymine:

dragondicks:

I thought you might like this predicted dystopian future.

if I suddenly came into a bunch of money I would open a bar called “the suffragette bar” and sell ice cream and pretzels and in the evenings sell colourful cocktails and have old art like this up on the walls.

I want to go there.

Two of my favourite foods

Man, this sounds amazing.

omgthatdress:

Afternoon Ensemble

1885-1888

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Today we often forget that prior to World War II, every city in America was built for easy walking and biking. In fact, the idea of living in a walkable place is nothing radical. What was radical was the program we undertook to build an entirely new type of human life. We built networks of roadways and freeways like nothing any society had ever seen before. We tore down entire neighborhoods to accommodate these roads as well as the parking lots and garages required by the cars that would travel these roads; at the same time, we ripped out the tracks for streetcars and trains.

neptunain:

to catch a bus you have to think like a bus

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photoshoptrial:

do you ever write a message but halfway through you think “you know what fuck it they dont even care” and delete it

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holyrot:

you can tell it’s summertime in the us, not by the heat, but because everyone illegally sets off fireworks at 8pm for the two month spans surrounding both sides of july

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