Meh laughing at myself.. the fucking names you given me *Shaking my head here, rolling my eyes and thank you mam. Really did me a great favour Not!❤

Meh😂 laughing at myself. the fucking names you given me😂 *Shaking my head here, rolling my eyes😂 and thank you mam.

I was the artist. you were the art. I was suppose to be painting you. but somehow I was the one covered in red laying on the floor

Photo (THE MOOD BOARD)

this picture of cole sprouse playing on a nintendo while he smokes & cries off his makeup is very important to me.

this picture of cole sprouse playing on a nintendo while he smokes & cries off his makeup is very important to me. Not aesthetic makeup but he's gorgeous.

Cole Sprouse “Support the local upstart cigarette companies and smoke! Your president does it so how bad could it really be?”

Cole Sprouse “Support the local upstart cigarette companies and smoke! Your president does it so how bad could it really be?

Don’t make me sad, don’t make me cry Sometimes love is not enough and the road gets tough I don’t know why Keep making me laugh Let's go get high

Don’t make me sad, don’t make me cry Sometimes love is not enough and the road gets tough I don’t know why Keep making mac

glitter cigarette case

bag pouch glitter cigarette case see through plastic smoking jewels cigarette cigarettes sparkles cigarette holder transparent with glitter hair accessories // FLAT 128

dirty talk morado

Dirty talk: la forma de enloquecer a un hombre a través del lenguaje

(Open rp, be the girl on top. I'm an angel and she's a demon) I looked at her, a cigarette clutched gently in her hand. "You see" she whispered "there's two types of people in this world. Those that do bad things, and those who have bad

[Politically incorrect?] Lipstick Stains by Joanna Ference

Valais Blackneck Goat

Joanna Ference - Lipstick Stains Identity is in the details. Inspired by Irving Penn‘s cigarette series, photographer Joanna Ference collects cigarette butts from female friends and strangers,.

The Beautiful, Forgotten Color Language Of 19th-Century Naturalists // Veinous Blood Red. Broccoli Brown. Smoke Grey.

The Beautiful, Forgotten Color Language Of 19th-Century Naturalists

The Beautiful, Forgotten Color Language Of 19th-Century Naturalists // Veinous Blood Red. Broccoli Brown. Smoke Grey.

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