Love me do.
Be bad.
Love me do.
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saliechelon255:

“Jared is obsessed with Greek mythology. All that stuff is part of his mindset.”
Tomo Milicevic, about Jared Leto
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mq456:

My OTP. How fucking dare they…..I am slayed. 
Why must they do this every time and still not date? 
*crying*
mq456:

My OTP. How fucking dare they…..I am slayed. 
Why must they do this every time and still not date? 
*crying*
mq456:

My OTP. How fucking dare they…..I am slayed. 
Why must they do this every time and still not date? 
*crying*
mq456:

My OTP. How fucking dare they…..I am slayed. 
Why must they do this every time and still not date? 
*crying*
mq456:

My OTP. How fucking dare they…..I am slayed. 
Why must they do this every time and still not date? 
*crying*
mq456:

My OTP. How fucking dare they…..I am slayed. 
Why must they do this every time and still not date? 
*crying*
mq456:

My OTP. How fucking dare they…..I am slayed. 
Why must they do this every time and still not date? 
*crying*
mq456:

My OTP. How fucking dare they…..I am slayed. 
Why must they do this every time and still not date? 
*crying*
mq456:

My OTP. How fucking dare they…..I am slayed. 
Why must they do this every time and still not date? 
*crying*
mq456:

My OTP. How fucking dare they…..I am slayed. 
Why must they do this every time and still not date? 
*crying*
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life-goes-on-with-or-with0ut-y0u:

30 SECONDS TO MARS
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saliechelon255:

SOMEBODY WAS CAUGHT 😏
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lonequixote:

Afternoon at Pardigon, Var, 1907 ~ Henri-Edmond Cross
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johnstortz:

SokushinbutsuThe practice of self-mummification, once performed by Buddhist monks in Japan. The monk would start by eating only nuts and seeds to strip them of their body fat, then move to drinking tea made from the urushi tree. The poisonous tea would cause vomiting to further their weight loss, as well as help dissuade insects from disturbing their body after death. 
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theclassyfitness:

Ya Bish | via Tumblr on We Heart Ithttp://weheartit.com/entry/110573833/via/Aventureuse
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elsiemarina:

Marilyn Monroe by George Barris, 1962. These were the last professional photographs taken of Marilyn before her death in August 1962.

" She was a person of passion and great love, even when things were not going well for her. Sometimes I felt a sadness watching her, a beautiful girl who had achieved the impossible, a dream of all beautiful, talented girls - fame as an actress on the silver screen. I could see a sadness in her eyes; she had learned to smile, laugh, and clown, even though her heart was breaking. ”
- George Barris in “Marilyn: Her Life In Her Own Words”
elsiemarina:

Marilyn Monroe by George Barris, 1962. These were the last professional photographs taken of Marilyn before her death in August 1962.

" She was a person of passion and great love, even when things were not going well for her. Sometimes I felt a sadness watching her, a beautiful girl who had achieved the impossible, a dream of all beautiful, talented girls - fame as an actress on the silver screen. I could see a sadness in her eyes; she had learned to smile, laugh, and clown, even though her heart was breaking. ”
- George Barris in “Marilyn: Her Life In Her Own Words”
elsiemarina:

Marilyn Monroe by George Barris, 1962. These were the last professional photographs taken of Marilyn before her death in August 1962.

" She was a person of passion and great love, even when things were not going well for her. Sometimes I felt a sadness watching her, a beautiful girl who had achieved the impossible, a dream of all beautiful, talented girls - fame as an actress on the silver screen. I could see a sadness in her eyes; she had learned to smile, laugh, and clown, even though her heart was breaking. ”
- George Barris in “Marilyn: Her Life In Her Own Words”
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