1. Yes.

    Yes.

    (via visualcocaine)

    1 month ago  /  13,763 notes  /  Source: keepitntrl.com

  2. misterand:

Outkast | Marc Baptiste

    misterand:

    Outkast | Marc Baptiste

    (via hiphoplaboratory)

    1 month ago  /  10,573 notes  /  Source: misterand

  3. Quick Thought

    The worst of what I write is on paper.
    Worst thoughts deepest and fears.
    Well hidden hopes.
    Tucked away from the world’s sneers.
    Violent ambition silenced by a coward.
    One has to fight his fears
    Or life will always taste sour.

    1 month ago  /  2 notes

  4. mrcheyl:

Sexual

    mrcheyl:

    Sexual

    (via visualcocaine)

    2 months ago  /  15,205 notes  /  Source: knigh-t

  5. You see it.

    You see it.

    (via 6-speed)

    2 months ago  /  2,696 notes  /  Source: keepitntrl.com

  6. photo

    photo

    photo

    photo

    8 months ago  /  535 notes  /  Source: thezodiack

  7. photo

    photo

    photo

    8 months ago  /  541 notes  /  Source: archiemcphee

  8. visualcocaine:

The Lambo Effect.

    visualcocaine:

    The Lambo Effect.

    8 months ago  /  21,714 notes  /  Source: johnny-escobar

  9. Changes/The Wolf in the Winter Cold

    The inevitability of change is something that people throughout history and into the future will strive to forestall or be hesitant to acknowledge. We all know it’s a fact, so why are we so resistant? I believe it’s because change is so often uncomfortable and can be unsettling, yet change is necessary. I have changed, my circumstances have changed, my friends have changed. Not all of these changes have been welcome, but I think that most of them have been necessary and all of them inevitable.

    There were and still are parts of me that are underdeveloped self confidence being one of those areas. I’m seeing the results of change in that area and I welcome the results, though the process has not always been easy. Relationships have been much the same platonic and romantic, I have quite a few of one and none of the other and while I wouldn’t mind having the other, I won’t pursue it at the expense of the things I’m trying to build or the development that I know is and needs to take place.

    Most of the people I have been close to or respected over the last few years are either married, have kids or both and we’re all getting older. Perhaps it all is a sign of the next stage of life and the change that comes with it. What do you do when those changes leave you more outside than in? When you feel that you don’t really have a place to return to among people you actually like? When you can sit in a room and feel that you don’t really belong there or have much to contribute to conversations that you can’t really relate to and all these nice people will tolerate your presence until it’s all over and then you go along your merry way.  It’s starting to seem like adult life is a bunch of conversations about next to nothing with people who “don’t have time for foolishness” or much else for that matter, fun included. I see why older adults forget what it was like to be a kid and often stop being able to relate and understand because adult life tries to forcibly beat all of the joy and innocence and simplicity of faith and even sympathy out of you and leave you a hardened, weaponized shell of your younger self. Change. Is. Good.

    However, there is a lot of positivity and a lot of perspective that comes with change. Things that you realize and revelations that can be life changing. I am grateful for change and the growth it brings, comfortable or not. One thing that I do miss though, is being able to sit with someone that understands and say, “Today sucked” and you just kinda feel better by being around them, no super deep conversation or delving into the psyche necessary. Small things I guess.

    8 months ago  /  0 notes

  10. photo

    photo

    photo

    9 months ago  /  956 notes  /  Source: blog.kilabytes.com