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music posts


The Bird with the Crystal Plumage | Dario Argento | 1970


The Bird with the Crystal Plumage | Dario Argento | 1970




*does something incredibly stupid or embarrassing* well, one day we’ll all be fucking dead. Everybody dead. We’ll all die. Fucking dead. Everyone. Fucking everyone gone. No more bad times.

(Source: flesh-hierarchy)

Modern English | Face of Wood

From After The Snow (an album I wish more people would stop sleeping on.)

(Source: Spotify)

The Iron Rose (La Rose de Fer) | Jean Rollin | 1973

The Iron Rose (La Rose de Fer) | Jean Rollin | 1973

(Source: violentsaturdays)

BPAL’s ‘Sin' definitely makes me smell like a new-age wiccan shop, and /or scented decorative broomsticks.

"Amber, sandalwood, black patchouli, cinnamon"

I question a lot of peculiar URL’s on this website.

But truly, I must take a step back when I remember that mine is literally a fake robot that appears in the end credits and behind the scenes portions of an animated television show that is targeted at an audience between the ages of 18 and 35.

How have you JUST had drunken goat? And now that you’ve had that, try the Queso de Murcia PDO. It’s like a Spanish take on the Drunken Goat, and you can taste the red wine a bit more fully.

I’ve really no idea. I know I’ve lovingly eyeballed it for a while, but tonight I took the dive. I regret nothing at all!

Looks: Pile of laundry (clean, unfolded.)

Looks: Pile of laundry (clean, unfolded.)



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I like cheeses that taste like a barn floor. Dirty and stinky, slightly like hay.

Also, Drunken Goat, which I have /just/ eaten for the first time. I’m in love.

A well balanced diet of: Cheese in bread. Cheese(s) on crackers. Maple bacon popcorn. Wine that “tastes like rubies” according to spookychan.

ETA: I’m putting hot sauce on 80% of this. Also I bought milk so I can eat more Frankenberry.

I consume food like someone who has never seen a food pyramid in their damned life.


Inspired by In the Mood for Love and the incredible cheongsams worn by Mrs. Chan (Maggie Cheung).

31DC2014 day 23: inspired by a movie