vinceveretts:

Elvis in “King Creole”, 1958.

vinceveretts:

Elvis in “King Creole”, 1958.

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meditategravitate:

alwaysblind:

ya’ll are reblogging this ironically but i think this is just wonderful 

about me

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obshasatumbleriguess:

baconbroderick:

The most important .gif

If those hills were alive, they ain’t now…

obshasatumbleriguess:

baconbroderick:

The most important .gif

If those hills were alive, they ain’t now…

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jelenati:

Malcolm Liepke, Curves, 2014 oil on canvas, 18 x 30 in. (45.7 x 76.2 cm)

jelenati:

Malcolm Liepke, Curves, 2014
oil on canvas, 18 x 30 in. (45.7 x 76.2 cm)

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scarletspeedforce:

four-walls-one-window:

kissmyimperfectass:

sweet-deer:

aunteeblazer:

groudon:

i like this but i don’t fully understand it…

whoa

you don’t understand how sad this is. each adult is a cross, and each child has been crucified by said cross. 

  • the priest (i assume he’s a priest, correct me if i’m wrong) killed the little boy in one way or another, probably rape, which is common among corrupted clergy men. 
  • the tourist comes to an overcrowded, poverty stricken country, taking up any and all resources that could have gone to the little native girl
  • the soldier comes to fight for his country, but ends up killing the innocent girl, probably in her village.
  • the little boy dies under the doctor’s knife
  • the man kills the little girl in a school shooting (represented with the uniform)
  • the “fat” kid is killed by obesity caused by a fast food epidemic in america, most commonly mcdonald’s, shown by ronald mcdonald himself. 

this is /haunting/ to look at. children can die at anyone’s hand. even the “heros”

Wow. This is powerful. 

That tourist probably represents sex trafficking/kidnapping.

I definitely thought the second one was a pedophile.

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