Blanceloh
Disturbed but Committed to Love and Violence. There is nothing I enjoy more than loving, laughing, boozing, and nomming.
  • retrogasm
  • salmanparekh
  • leilockheart
  • thenewinquiry
  • burning-soul
  • comicsodissey
  • snowstone
  • shartpirate
  • quoteskine
  • iheartchaos
  • awordnerd
  • nevver
  • hellsquidsintl
  • 4nville
  • dedalvs
  • tastefullyoffensive
  • loveyourchaos
  • timetravelandrocketpoweredapes
  • fuckyeahexistentialism
  • nobunnyluvsyou
  • fuckyeahsciencefiction
  • nidhiart
  • crimsonviper
  • troyesivan
  • lazenby
  • agirlwholoveslove
  • iheartmyart
  • iamnomes
  • insteadofwatchingtv
  • dannybsblog
  • fuckinghomepage
  • pigtailsandcombatboots
  • nerdology
  • lastdonut
  • quietorpheus
  • itsahsbnthing
  • staff
  • drawgabbydraw
  • 9-bits
  • explodingdog
  • mattgriffo
  • chimpgoods
  • thesixthestate
  • fuckyeahfullmetalalchemist
  • itsfullofstars
  • -three-little-birds-
  • dearoldlove
  • ianbrooks
  • gammageek
  • geekhideout
  • architectureland
  • nondeterminism
  • yahooboughtme
  • fuckyeahanthonymackie
  • mills
  • bowonbirdo
  • reasoningwithvampires
  • xxercess
  • karenosaa
  • thankstextbooks
  • generic1
  • strangeninja
  • pacificsymphony
  • comicscavern
  • buddhazooka
  • kvwbr
  • kangin-oppa
  • theninjarope
  • fuckyeahlyingdowngame
  • dealbreaker
  • nostalgics
  • artsygamer
  • inspiringvision
  • allthingspixar
  • technologymusic
  • moregeekthangeek
  • originalsadkeanu
  • nerdcentral
  • electroma
  • zephyrusrequiem
  • particlebanana
  • aliceism
  • iamsarcastic
theatlantic:

There’s No Such Thing as Everlasting Love (According to Science)

It is what she calls a “micro-moment of positivity resonance.” She means that love is a connection, characterized by a flood of positive emotions, which you share with another person—any other person—whom you happen to connect with in the course of your day. You can experience these micro-moments with your romantic partner, child, or close friend. But you can also fall in love, however momentarily, with less likely candidates, like a stranger on the street, a colleague at work, or an attendant at a grocery store. Louis Armstrong put it best in “It’s a Wonderful World” when he sang, “I see friends shaking hands, sayin ‘how do you do?’ / They’re really sayin’, ‘I love you.’”
Read more. [Image: Paramount Pictures]

theatlantic:

There’s No Such Thing as Everlasting Love (According to Science)

It is what she calls a “micro-moment of positivity resonance.” She means that love is a connection, characterized by a flood of positive emotions, which you share with another person—any other person—whom you happen to connect with in the course of your day. You can experience these micro-moments with your romantic partner, child, or close friend. But you can also fall in love, however momentarily, with less likely candidates, like a stranger on the street, a colleague at work, or an attendant at a grocery store. Louis Armstrong put it best in “It’s a Wonderful World” when he sang, “I see friends shaking hands, sayin ‘how do you do?’ / They’re really sayin’, ‘I love you.’”

Read more. [Image: Paramount Pictures]

ianbrooks:

Angels of Death by Justin Anville

Justin’s Angels inhabit the space between dark science fiction and fantasy, a world not entirely like our own though strangely reminiscent, like an alternate timeline we managed to avoid but still remains buried deep in a lost corner of the mind.

Artist: Shop / DeviantArt / Tumblr

leilockheart:

quote from Bertrand Russell

leilockheart:

quote from Bertrand Russell

nevver:

Fahrenheit 451
nevver:

“I believe the common denominator of the universe is not harmony; but chaos, hostility and murder.” — Werner Herzog

nevver:

“I believe the common denominator of the universe is not harmony; but chaos, hostility and murder.” — Werner Herzog

I get it now. I get it. The things you hope for the most are the things that destroy you in the end.
John Green (via loveyourchaos)

(Source: hellanne)

nevver:

— Kierkegaard
nevver:

Pachyderm