"You have such a February face,
So full of frost, of storm, and cloudiness."
— Don Pedro to Benedick, in Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing 5.4.41-42   (via petrichour)

(Source: owijaa)


requested: sarah michelle gellar

requested: sarah michelle gellar

(Source: colllages)

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"Makeup should enhance your natural beauty, not obscure it. Use subtle highlights to accent the ravenous hunger in your eyes and bring out the extraordinary size of your submandibular venom glands."

"Your daily positive affirmation: today I am thankful for being alive and blessed with rows upon rows of teeth that shear right through muscle and bone."

"Conceal your dark circles. Conceal your bright chevrons and your dusky stripes. The humans must not suspect what you are."

"New research shows that ideal femininity encompasses a lamia’s beauty, a cyclops’ strength, a hydra’s deadliness, a Fury’s heartlessness, a harpy’s swiftness, and a sphinx’s love of feasting on less intelligent creatures. Be a chimera that cannot be contained!"

"Aim to be described as "inexplicably eerie," "unsettlingly off," and "I’m not sure what she looks like, I could never keep my eyes on her face long enough to see."

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— If you are not aware of the “Beauty by H.P. Lovecraft” Facebook page, you are missing the time of your life. 

(via baptismus-flaminis)

zuge:

i cant wait to be a piece of shit w/ a bachelors degree

guy:

i’m actually pretty cool just give me like 5 tries to get it right

(Source: guy)

necro-romantic:

of course I can be romantic

*takes you to Geneva and tries to get you to bang my best friend*

*gets high as fuck and tells you ghost stories*

*exiles myself to Venice*

*starts a revolution in Greece*

*wraps your calcified heart up in one of your poems*

*dies tragically*

what do you mean not that kind of romantic

"It is not wise to find symbols in everything that one sees. It makes life too full of terrors."
— Oscar Wilde (via likeafieldmouse)
cantdeleteawfuck:

Margaret Atwood 

cantdeleteawfuck:

Margaret Atwood 

(Source: hirxeth)

(Source: roger-rabbit)

Drama.