Sleeping is nice because youre not actually dead and youre not awake so its a win-win situation
It’s like being dead without the commitment.
an open relationship with deathdeath with benefits
A girl draw a series of self-portraits after she’d taken LSD
After 15 minutes
1 hour and 45 minutes
2 hours and 15 minutes
3 and a haf hours
4 hours and 45 minutes
6 hours and 45 minutes
8 hours and 45 minutes
9 and a half hours
I wanna take LSD
do u ever have those thoughts like “you know what im going to start living life to the fullest and going on adventures and pushing myself and i’m going to become a better more satisfied person” and then continue to refresh ur dash for another two hours
"All of humanity’s problems stem from googly eyes’s inability to sit quietly in a room alone."
College needs to take black Friday seriously and give me 80% off my tuition.
College needs to take education seriously and stop charging tuition altogether
here’s a song i wrote about being in love with your best friend (no homo)
i didn’t know how badly i needed this in my life until i heard it
No but listen to this it’s lovely
“That I’d never ever make out with, except for that one time”
IM SERIOUSLY CRYING. THIS IS PERFECT
Is this the woman that voices marceline from Adventure Time? because holy shit I THOUGHT THIS WAS MARCELINE
But seriously this song is fucking perfect omg
I fell in love with my best friend but then i took love for granted and lost all i had taken for granted. O how I wish to take back all of the pain and insults inflicted when simply being a best friend didn’t require me to make an effort in maintaining it. I would have apologized by now if there were a proper avenue for directing these thoughts so they might reach you. Nothing compares to you, a love supreme and transcendent.
Audio courtesy of Gordon Stainforth. His biggest break came in 1979 when he joined Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining at Elstree Studios as an Assistant Editor. When Ray Lovejoy, the Editor, fell ill in the final stages of the production in the following year, Gordon cut the last 30 minutes of the film, working directly with Kubrick. He then worked as the Music Editor, laying all the avant-garde music for the movie, which has now become something of a cult. There is also an interview with Gordon about it. See also The Shining music acclaim. He then went on to cut the BBC television documentary, Making The Shining, directed by Vivian Kubrick (Stanley’s daughter). After that, he worked as First Assistant Editor on five other major movies (see below), and Music Editor for James Horner (Titanic, Avatar, etc.) on The Dresser.
Stanley Kubrick allowed his then-17-year-old daughter, Vivian, to make a documentary about the production of The Shining. Created originally for the BBC television show Arena, this documentary offers rare insight into the shooting process of a Kubrick film. This version of the documentary has commentary by Vivian Kubrick.
Staircases to Nowhere: Making Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining. The most in-depth exploration into the making of The Shining on film, from the perspective of those who actually worked on the production.