You’ve outlived that chance.… (via magnificentruin)
Truth Coming Out of Her Well to Shame Mankind, 1896 Jean-Léon Gérôme,
Jones continues his subtext-laden observational strip with a meditation on blending in and subtle disguises, ending with “I’m not myself today.” Again, this really only makes sense in retrospect - without the context of the artist’s gender identity struggles, these statements are largely meaningless.
(Heavy Metal issue #73, April 1983 - Page 82 I’m Age by Jones)
Avoid the friendship of those who constantly inquire and discuss the flaws of others.Arabic Proverb (via kvtes)
You’re walking past a tree when you notice a cricket caught on a spider’s web. At first you think it’s dead, but then a wasp lands on the cricket and proceeds to saw it open and pull its guts out, while the cricket writhes in agony.
I’m pretty pleased with the 12th doctor
Watching Will Self go after George Orwell is like watching a fiddler crab drag itself out of the cold grey water to attack its neighbours and rake the sands of its ancestors, thrashing around with its hypertrophied claw until it is the last king of the beach of dead things.
The thing about the fiddler crab is that that giant fearsome claw is a con. It’s not really for fighting. Sometimes…