katy

True love will find you in the end

katy
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merisea:

When halloween costumes used to be creepy
merisea:

When halloween costumes used to be creepy
merisea:

When halloween costumes used to be creepy
merisea:

When halloween costumes used to be creepy
merisea:

When halloween costumes used to be creepy
merisea:

When halloween costumes used to be creepy
merisea:

When halloween costumes used to be creepy
merisea:

When halloween costumes used to be creepy
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sofa-kills:

made and posted these all over my school… my gender study’s teacher was really happy ⭐️⭐️⭐️
based off the post made by punkbeds and elaborated by skelebrina
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breannewilliamson:

You are more than your test score. 
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lovesyoudeerly:


“The Land of the Remembered is an endless world. No ceiling, no floor, and always expanding. It’s inspired by and it incorporates elements of Mexican’s folk art, such as hearts and skulls. If you look closely, you can even see a guitar-shaped building hidden in the scene. This symbolizes Manolo’s true love for music.”

Everyone please go see this
lovesyoudeerly:


“The Land of the Remembered is an endless world. No ceiling, no floor, and always expanding. It’s inspired by and it incorporates elements of Mexican’s folk art, such as hearts and skulls. If you look closely, you can even see a guitar-shaped building hidden in the scene. This symbolizes Manolo’s true love for music.”

Everyone please go see this
lovesyoudeerly:


“The Land of the Remembered is an endless world. No ceiling, no floor, and always expanding. It’s inspired by and it incorporates elements of Mexican’s folk art, such as hearts and skulls. If you look closely, you can even see a guitar-shaped building hidden in the scene. This symbolizes Manolo’s true love for music.”

Everyone please go see this
lovesyoudeerly:


“The Land of the Remembered is an endless world. No ceiling, no floor, and always expanding. It’s inspired by and it incorporates elements of Mexican’s folk art, such as hearts and skulls. If you look closely, you can even see a guitar-shaped building hidden in the scene. This symbolizes Manolo’s true love for music.”

Everyone please go see this
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thateventuality:

George Harrison, photographed by Pattie Boyd

"There’s one I took of George in south India, just after we’d been meditating in the Himalayas for two months. He just looks so relaxed and calm and spiritually nourished… and sexy. It was a good moment to capture." - Pattie Boyd on her favorite photograph, The Independent, 4 June 2006
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My Bloody Valentine, 1986
By Dave Watson
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snufkinmoon:

Ew
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