A lot of people want to be in control in the cinema, to be made to feel secure. I go against those conventions, for good or bad. I want to create a permanent state of unease. I want the audience to ask, ‘What the fuck is going on?’ If they ask that, they can start to let go a bit. Some people don’t. Some people can’t. But if you go with it, then trust me: you’re in for a ride.
happy birthday to NICOLAS WINDING REFN;
the killer of cinema, the pornographer, the lover of a carrot pie and hot chocolate, and the director who lights up a room like nobody does.
- The Secret
bdsm except i strap you down and make you take vitamins and drink enough water and get enough sleep and cut toxic people out of your life and give you a hug and a massage and tell you what a strong person you are
The thing people don’t realise is this is BDSM at it’s best. It doesn’t have to be “I tie you up and have sex with you all day”.
okay so I dont know how most of you picture komodo dragons but I always imagined something like this
like some big lizard coming to try to eat you or something
but really theyre cute like
they sorta look confused like a giant puppy or something
amd theyre really lazy and stuff
they just sort of blob out on the ground
and theyre super cute when they sleep
omfg that FACE
Too funny and horribly true not to reblog a million times
THIS IS ACCURATE AS HELL OH MY GOD
You know how people buy drinks for girls in bars? Why can’t people do that in book stores? Like if I’m looking at a novel in Barnes and Noble and some person walks up to me and strikes up a conversation and offers to buy the book for me there is a lot better chance of that working out in their favor
I’m going to reblog this until it’s a cultural norm.
Lets do it
plus less chance of drugs being slipped into your book