Helena, a 21 year-old aspiring artist and writer from Portugal.
Also, an INFJ pansexual pantheist.


'yes hello whose lipstick is that mhm'

'my name is carl barat and i can cuddle with whomever i want'

'yes this is alex turner'

'they dont call me 'sex' for nothing'

i mean —

'who is this woman'

'is this how you hug a person'

'my stripes are better than your stripes go away'

'i have an unpleasant feeling there is a girl behind me'

im not saying ‘gay cousin’ but


an absolute goddess, and her idiot nerd boyfriend 

(I have a headcanon that between ages 16-18 or so Hiccup was growing so much he made an adjustable-length foot so he didn’t have to replace it every time he gained an inch, and the different feet just screwed into the cup. Once he realised he was done growing, then he made a new permanent one, the one he was using at 20.)


This drink I like it. Another!

I love how quickly he readjusts to the culture so foreign to him. Like, he does not even protest or try to explain this is how it’s done in Asgard so it’s how it SHOULD be done because he’s a mighty god and stuff. He’s just like “but I… oh I see smashing mugs is not a custom here. I’m sorry I won’t do it again :( “


just a casual reminder that Peter and Carl are hanging out right now.

… take in that information and savour it, because a few pretty glorious weeks are ahead of us, Libertines fandom!


oh god that episode was over too quick

I knoooww! Also, must every episode end with James doing something shocking? (not that I’m complaining)

Title: Who cares about your lonely soul? (I do!)
Artist: Michael Colbourne, Christian Edwards
Played: 8573 times


Enjolras: Who cares about your lonely soul?

Grantaire: [raises hand] I do!

Les Misérables (London), 18 Sep 2014 - Michael Colbourne (Enjolras), Christian Edwards (Grantaire)


a list of people i wouldn’t like to be rn:

  • a pregnant woman whose rockstar husband is going on a european tour with his ex lover whom ‘he still loves’
  • Interviewer: How long do you think you'll continue writing?
  • Pete: As long as the person you want to kiss doesn't want to kiss you, then there's always room for another song. I'm not trying to kiss you, by the way but you've got quite nice teeth.
  • Interviewer: Thanks
  • Pete: You've gone red, mate.
  •  (Q Magazine, 2007)


On set. [x]

He really does look like he’s ruling the roost, even from the ground.




So many tourists do this with little to no interaction with the people they’re posing with.  To them, these Himba women are so odd and strange (I’ve read a substantial number of travel posts/personal blogs that attest to this) that their humanity is not apparent.  Sadly, it is not just White people, but anyone and everyone so Westernized that to them, the Himba are simple artifacts of Namibia not unlike the wild safari. 

There are of course photos that exhibit some interaction (read: the Himba/s in the shot are smiling at least), and I know the Himba are open to meeting other people and interacting with tourists.  But they are not always treated like human beings with expectations of privacy and dignity.

Their rejection of western culture is not why the Himba people receive this treatment.  Let’s be clear about that.  It is because of their lack of proximity to white supremacy.  Being non-European is an oddity that must either be ogled or exterminated, whether you’re in Namibia or the US, whether you’re bare-chested in Windhoek or walking down the street in Ferguson, Missouri.  Not even money and fame can protect you from the standard shame of being Black.

Being Black is treated as a situation one only employs away from “civilization”, even in Africa.  Our existence is not accepted in the current world as is as this video shows.  A Himba man must fold and stash his culture (read: soul) away in order to shine outside and he is lauded as “exceptional”. 

This photo set makes me hate white people more than I already do.