Submission from Anonymous:
I honestly couldn’t believe this and was so stunned that I couldn’t say anything witty like you would.
You can be sure that I deleted his number and him from Facebook.
wow what an inexcusable low life waste of sperm and egg I wish you hadn’t blocked out his last name oh my god he deserves to get his fucking FACE ripped off
I HATE bastards like this. god, who RAISES these people? I am so fucking sorry you had the misfortune of knowing this person and I am so proud of you for standing up to him. If everyone did this, these people would start disappearing. I am so so so proud of you for being so strong and brave and putting this piece of shit in his goddamn place.
This tattoo resembles the free spirit of a running horse, as well as how impulsive they are. My horse’s name is “Impulsive Nickers”. He’s been my best friend for 7 years now, and together we’ve been through and accomplished a lot. Unfortunately I have to sell him, thankfully to a family and a seven year old who is already in love with my boy. This tattoo is the most meaningful of my 8 tattoos.
click the picture to see me and my horse :)
…”Eternal life”… This is my fifth tattoo, I sat it all at once and it took more than 4 and half hours. I really appreciate my tattoo, it’s beautiful, great work and is made with much love from my best friend. <3
Done in Ponx. Leon, Mexico by Manu Ponx
This is my first tat, a phoenix by Natan at Witch City Ink in Salem MA, We still have the inside of the sleeve to finish and im also considering extending it to a full sleeve. I am really happy with the piece, Natan absoulty nailed exactly what i wanted, between the use of void space playfull curves and powerful color!
I need feminism because when my fiance and I got engaged, he got me a lovely diamond ring and I bought him a new Xbox 360 since his old one was dying. When a friend of mine found out that I’d bought him an engagement gift as well, he asked, “Since when does the GUY get engagement presents?” and scoffed at me when I replied with “Since equality is cool”.
I need feminism because I don’t see anything odd about buying my fiance an expensive gift when I got one as well. I wasn’t the only person who got engaged, so why should I be the only person getting a gift?
i need feminism when i was dating my first boyfriend in high school, my dad told my mom he would be surprised if i ever graduated - thinking i would sooner become pregnant and drop out than finish school.
(and i only dated two guys throughout high school - and i graduated with honors and i am now close to graduating college)
Done by Alex at Artkore Tattoo in Normal IL.
This is a tattoo of a Curtiss Condor airplane. Specifically, of the model Curtiss Condor in the Smithsonian in DC built by David Shipton.
That man is pretty much a grandpa to me. Him and dad go way back.
As long as I can remember I woke up every Saturday morning to Dave in our kitchen drinking coffee and talking with dad and I’d always join them and sit on the floor and just listen to them talk, mostly about airplanes.
Once I was older, somewhere in Junior High, instead of Dave going to our house, we went out to his in the country where he had a flying field. He taught Dad and I to fly control line airplanes. It was amazing. He has a museum of model planes out there, hundreds of planes. He built them. All.
Eventually he was old enough that he couldn’t fly anymore and he had trouble with the steps at home so him and dad met at this Antique Store and had coffee there. That was when I started college, so around the last year of his life, I barely saw him.
He passed away last May. I was a disaster over it, haha. Later that August we spread his ashes on the flying field and flew. He used to have a “Fly-In” where people from all over the US came to his home, and they all flew airplanes all day. All different kinds of planes. I met some amazing people each year. So the main flyers he knew got together and flew in his memory this year. It was a pretty emotional day for me.
So I decided to get this plane in memory of him. It’s the plane that’s in the smithsonian, with some color alterations. I love him. I love it.
I got these in my hometown, Nakuru, Kenya.
They mean alot to me because I wanted to get the word ‘believe’ somewhere I can always see, but somewhere I could easily hide because of my profession. so i got them in those little obscure spaces between my fingers… I also got “Hope” and “Love” on the opposite sides. Now everyday I have something to inspire me, right infront of my eyes.