notjustablahblahber:

pkae:

take me with you

just wanna go somewhere else 

sounds good. 

notjustablahblahber:

pkae:

take me with you

just wanna go somewhere else 

sounds good. 

(via goodbyehorses69)

(via rrrick)

this back, man. it is perfection. 

this back, man. it is perfection. 

effarrvee:

Decided to give Hannibal a try. It has just the right amount of gore. (Too much.)

look at him. oh lordy. 

effarrvee:

Decided to give Hannibal a try. It has just the right amount of gore. (Too much.)

look at him. oh lordy. 

s.a.d.?

summer is definitely over. you can feel it in the air. in the morning it’s crisp and a bit colder, just a little, but you can clearly feel the difference. the evenings are not as bright, or long, and the sun isn’t as intense as it used to be in july during the day. also, i need an extra layer of clothing in the morning.

it always makes me sad when summer ends. i think i have that disorder called S.A.D. where you are affected by the weather. i always feel kind of depressed when it rains, and the storms lift me up, as well as the sunshine. it kind of sucks during winter, let me tell you. i always fix it by finding little things that would help in the situation, like hot cocoa, or wine in winter, or sex, or watching good movies, but it’s always kind of in the back of my mind.

so summer is over, and the S.A.D. will start. i gotta get ready for it, i guess. as long as i have good drinks and alcohol and sex and movies i should be fine during the cold seasons.   

themisscook:


In 1967, John Lennon wrote a song called, “All You Need is Love.” He also beat both of his wives, abandoned one of his children, verbally abused his gay Jewish manager with homophobic and anti-semitic slurs, and once had a camera crew film him lying naked in his bed for an entire day.

Thirty-five years later, Trent Reznor from Nine Inch Nails wrote a song called “Love is Not Enough.” Reznor, despite being famous for his shocking stage performances and his grotesque and disturbing videos, abstained from all drugs and alcohol, married one woman, had two children with her, and then cancelled entire albums and tours so that he could stay home and be a good husband and father.
One of these two men had a clear and realistic understanding of love. One of them did not. One of these men idealized love as the solution to all of his problems. One of them did not. One of these men was probably a narcissistic asshole. One of them was not.
In our culture, many of us idealize love. We see it as some lofty cure-all for all of life’s problems. Our movies and our stories and our history all celebrate it as life’s ultimate goal, the final solution for all of our pain and struggle. And because we idealize love, we overestimate it. As a result, our relationships pay a price.

When we believe that “all we need is love,” then like Lennon, we’re more likely to ignore fundamental values such as respect, humility and commitment towards the people we care about. After all, if love solves everything, then why bother with all the other stuff — all of the hard stuff?
But if, like Reznor, we believe that “love is not enough,” then we understand that healthy relationships require more than pure emotion or lofty passions. We understand that there are things more important in our lives and our relationships than simply being in love. And the success of our relationships hinges on these deeper and more important values.
Read More…

Trent Reznor forever and ever amen. 

this is eloquent. 

themisscook:

In 1967, John Lennon wrote a song called, “All You Need is Love.” He also beat both of his wives, abandoned one of his children, verbally abused his gay Jewish manager with homophobic and anti-semitic slurs, and once had a camera crew film him lying naked in his bed for an entire day.

Thirty-five years later, Trent Reznor from Nine Inch Nails wrote a song called “Love is Not Enough.” Reznor, despite being famous for his shocking stage performances and his grotesque and disturbing videos, abstained from all drugs and alcohol, married one woman, had two children with her, and then cancelled entire albums and tours so that he could stay home and be a good husband and father.

One of these two men had a clear and realistic understanding of love. One of them did not. One of these men idealized love as the solution to all of his problems. One of them did not. One of these men was probably a narcissistic asshole. One of them was not.

In our culture, many of us idealize love. We see it as some lofty cure-all for all of life’s problems. Our movies and our stories and our history all celebrate it as life’s ultimate goal, the final solution for all of our pain and struggle. And because we idealize love, we overestimate it. As a result, our relationships pay a price.

When we believe that “all we need is love,” then like Lennon, we’re more likely to ignore fundamental values such as respect, humility and commitment towards the people we care about. After all, if love solves everything, then why bother with all the other stuff — all of the hard stuff?

But if, like Reznor, we believe that “love is not enough,” then we understand that healthy relationships require more than pure emotion or lofty passions. We understand that there are things more important in our lives and our relationships than simply being in love. And the success of our relationships hinges on these deeper and more important values.

Read More…

Trent Reznor forever and ever amen. 

this is eloquent. 

Album Art

themisscook:

Hurt (Live) // Nine Inch Nails

I wear this crown of shit
Upon my liar’s chair
Full of broken thoughts
I cannot repair
Beneath the stains of time
The feelings disappear
You are someone else
I am still right here

The raw emotion in this song is unparalleled. I can’t even articulate how experiencing it live feels. It’s overwhelming in an exquisitely painful way. 

Everyone I know goes away in the end …

ArtistNine Inch Nails
TitleHurt
AlbumAnd All That Could Have Been
breakfast: coffee and berry smoothie and tumblr. 

breakfast: coffee and berry smoothie and tumblr. 

Forgive, O Lord, my little jokes on Thee
And I’ll forgive Thy great big one on me.
— Robert Frost (via zeldawilliams)