Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Tits for Peace

Friday, June 17, 2011

brother from another mother



Iridescent Cellophane

Catch a Grenade

Deep Blue

Kittens Do It

Monday, June 6, 2011

hot dog, no dog, mustard

Monday, April 25, 2011

Hit List


The Room

iwantmybearsuit:  jesuisperdu:via internerd, whyisthishappening, ssaulsbu  (via shitihatenames-deactivated20100)
loveeandmathematics:  Martha Camarillo
lacontessa:  1920’s

Universal Signals

Raul Zurita

Song for His Disappeared Love/Canto a Su Amor Desaparecido

aviarystudio:  Bobby McKenna


I'm a fountain of
In the shape of a

Lonesome Sonar Whale

The Loneliest Whale in the World

Tendrils of Clematis

-Celebrate big, billowing flowers by the armful,
with an exuberant large-scale arrangement that showcases
the unrestrained beauty of hydrangeas.
Tendrils of clematis winding through the blooms,
anchored in the flower frog secured to the bottom of the vase
with dots of adhesive.

-Move your furniture around, it is good to do every so often.

-Based upon the simple act of boiling water, making tea.

-With a rubber currycomb, scrub a moisturizing shampoo deep into the coat,
lifting out the scurf (dead skin) and dirt.
It is best to divide the horse into quarters, and then
scrub and rinse each quarter before moving on to the next.

-A massive gathering of a single type of flower, dainty alstroemeria,
a neat dome of them -- with every leaf removed.

-Keep brooms and mops out of sight; preferably upside down,
like armaments to keep out intruders.

-The entranceway, cut at floor level into one of the walls,
obliges one to crawl on hands and knees into the tearoom.

-Slide a pair of pantyhose over your horse's legs to protect them
from dust while you get all your tack on, and get yourself changed.

Antek Walczak, 1/18/10

Critical Shorthand

Sunday, April 24, 2011

TV Dinner


Hey Handsome




Dolphins into the Future
with You


Thursday, April 21, 2011

Either thou, or I, or both, must go with him