Mundane Insanity
My own little refuge from the rush of student life...

The pictures I post are not mine unless stated.
Mundane Insanity
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Once again, flipink
Once again, flipink
Once again, flipink
Once again, flipink
Once again, flipink
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Flipink doodles again
Flipink doodles again
Flipink doodles again
Flipink doodles again
Flipink doodles again
Flipink doodles again
Flipink doodles again
Flipink doodles again
Flipink doodles again
Flipink doodles again
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Flipink artworks by my friends and I
Flipink artworks by my friends and I
Flipink artworks by my friends and I
Flipink artworks by my friends and I
Flipink artworks by my friends and I
Flipink artworks by my friends and I
Flipink artworks by my friends and I
Flipink artworks by my friends and I
Flipink artworks by my friends and I
Flipink artworks by my friends and I
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weheartaaron:

We have a nanny, but we don’t have an army. The nice thing is that I’ll take the job on and Sam will step back and vice versa, so you know there’s always a parent around.
weheartaaron:

We have a nanny, but we don’t have an army. The nice thing is that I’ll take the job on and Sam will step back and vice versa, so you know there’s always a parent around.
weheartaaron:

We have a nanny, but we don’t have an army. The nice thing is that I’ll take the job on and Sam will step back and vice versa, so you know there’s always a parent around.
weheartaaron:

We have a nanny, but we don’t have an army. The nice thing is that I’ll take the job on and Sam will step back and vice versa, so you know there’s always a parent around.
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"I’ve been trying to convince my shadow that I’m someone worth following."
Rudy Fransico (via winterkristall)
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fylatinamericanhistory:

The carved basalt monolith commonly known as the Aztec Sun Stone, created by Mexica artisans during the late 15th century, was excavated from the zócalo, the main square of Mexico City, on December 17, 1790. Weighing 24 tons and measuring 12 feet in diameter, it is currently housed in Mexico’s National Museum of Anthropology. The stone, often erroneously described as the “Mayan Calendar”, features the face of the sun god Tonatiuh at its center, and was initially displayed outside of Mexico City’s Metropolitan Cathedral for several decades before being moved indoors. Following its modern rediscovery, the Aztec Sun Stone was first described and illustrated in print by Antonio de León y Gama in 1792 (bottom) (x). 
fylatinamericanhistory:

The carved basalt monolith commonly known as the Aztec Sun Stone, created by Mexica artisans during the late 15th century, was excavated from the zócalo, the main square of Mexico City, on December 17, 1790. Weighing 24 tons and measuring 12 feet in diameter, it is currently housed in Mexico’s National Museum of Anthropology. The stone, often erroneously described as the “Mayan Calendar”, features the face of the sun god Tonatiuh at its center, and was initially displayed outside of Mexico City’s Metropolitan Cathedral for several decades before being moved indoors. Following its modern rediscovery, the Aztec Sun Stone was first described and illustrated in print by Antonio de León y Gama in 1792 (bottom) (x). 
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"I won’t glorify or romanticise heartbreak, for me it was a kind of death and I was forced to keep living."
Warsan Shire (via iamcharliesangel)
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teacupdream:

itscolossal:

Edible Chocolate Art Supplies by Nendo

WHY DO I NOT HAVE THESE?!
teacupdream:

itscolossal:

Edible Chocolate Art Supplies by Nendo

WHY DO I NOT HAVE THESE?!
teacupdream:

itscolossal:

Edible Chocolate Art Supplies by Nendo

WHY DO I NOT HAVE THESE?!
teacupdream:

itscolossal:

Edible Chocolate Art Supplies by Nendo

WHY DO I NOT HAVE THESE?!
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skateboards-skateboards:

Vintage 1800s Carriage Horse Drawn Buggy Retro Car Skate Boards

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