sixpenceee: has been a great source of entertainment for me in high school. Their articles are written in a comical way that will make you laugh as much as it makes you learn. 
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Black Baccara Rose


double major in overthinking and worry, minor in night crying 



(by oldoinyo)| North Carolina, US


Why have a social life when you can have internet and a netflix account instead



dont hate the player, hate the controller, this shit is broken i swear to god i jumped bro





The Town was Paper

Multimedia by KBovey

My artwork is based upon the novel Paper Towns by John Green and represents the fragility of the written word and the fandoms built around them. A fandom is a kingdom or domain of fans that come together to discuss and empathise with the characters in a novel or film.

Viewers are invited to interact with the sculpture by moving the buildings and houses and also use the template provided to construct their own paper building to add to the town, therefore participating in the expansion and evolution of fandoms as a whole.

“The town was paper but the memories were not.” – John Green

I would like to thank the authors for their amazing books that have inspired this work, in no particular order: cassandraclare, fishingboatproceeds, theartofnotwriting, Suzzane Collins and JK Rowling.

I know this isn’t a game, but I want to play this game.


brb doin my nails like this