the-game-of-a-lannister:

God damn it! No! No! You dont get to be so handsome and get away with it! the-game-of-a-lannister:

God damn it! No! No! You dont get to be so handsome and get away with it! the-game-of-a-lannister:

God damn it! No! No! You dont get to be so handsome and get away with it! the-game-of-a-lannister:

God damn it! No! No! You dont get to be so handsome and get away with it!

the-game-of-a-lannister:

God damn it! No! No! You dont get to be so handsome and get away with it!

(via moonandtrees)

“Many people need desperately to receive this message: ‘I feel and think much as you do, care about many of the things you care about, although most people do not care about them. You are not alone.’”
— Kurt Vonnegut, Timequake (via emergentpattern)
tresviri:

Follow Tresviri, Royalty never dies.

tresviri:

Follow Tresviri, Royalty never dies.

“Put it this way: I think that Camus was right to reject political and philosophical appeals; I think he was wrong to make nice with the abyss that remains after such appeals have been filed and cert. denied. Mortality salience is key—“your death and mine,” as Jim Goad puts it. It’s just that I am no longer convinced that the inevitability of death endows a life—or “life itself”—with any special significance. The inarguable fact is that every one of us has been dropkicked into a life we didn’t ask for, that leads to death. And the world ends when you die. Not a metaphor. Zeros don’t multiply. The apple isn’t just rotten; it’s shot through with poison. You say this kind of thing and people respond in predictable ways. I will be enjoined to throw myself off the nearest bridge. I will be advised to man up for the struggle. I will be told that I am a coward or that God is the answer. Don’t think for a second that I haven’t thought it through. There are plenty of shiny distractions to keep my interest for the time being. There are animals to be fed, deadlines to be met, and I want to see how Breaking Bad ends. But deep pessimism is where aesthetics breaks down for me. In particular, it’s what impels me to reject appeals to transcendent “survival” that resound in racialist and environmentalist rhetoric. Pace every zombie movie ever made, I don’t think “survival”—in the literal, generational, tribal, or metaphorical sense—is anything to celebrate. It’s just a Darwinian tic.”
— Chip Smith (via blackestdespondency)

(via fuckyeahexistentialism)

petegans:

North Carolina II petegans:

North Carolina II petegans:

North Carolina II

sorelatable:

SUMMER KINDA STRESSES ME OUT BC I FEEL LIKE I HAVE TO BE DOING SOMETHING FUN AT ALL HOURS OR ELSE IM WASTING SUMMER IS THAT JUST ME OR

(via wetpaint)

“Earlier you asked about my political and intellectual disposition and, mindful of context, I tried to answer honestly. But if you want to play it down to the quick, I suppose my deeper worldview can be reduced to a toxic blend of scientific materialism and deep pessimism. In other words, I allow that reality can be apprehended through reason and experience, but I think the conclusions that follow tend only to affirm our worst suspicions—that, to borrow Thomas Ligotti’s perfect phrase, the universe is not just meaningless, but malignantly useless.”
— Chip Smith (via blackestdespondency)

(via fuckyeahexistentialism)