1. 2 weeks ago 

    Was going to start on recording and writing lyrics this last week, but a salivary gland infection killed that. However, more ideas for the next album! Yay!

  2. Notes: 1062 / 2 weeks ago  from lunar-kitt3n (originally from madmothmiko)
  3. Notes: 53765 / 2 weeks ago  from vainaja (originally from nichvlas)

DSC_0051 (by Scott Stufflebeam)


    DSC_0051 (by Scott Stufflebeam)

  4. Notes: 206 / 2 weeks ago  from lunar-kitt3n (originally from lunar-kitt3n)



    Hey guys! 
    I opened up a shop on storenvy!
    It’s my only source of income at the moment, and I’d really appreciate if you just check it out.

    I sell tarot readings, and if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask me c:

    Signal boosting cause her reading was spot on and really helpful

  5. Notes: 3259 / 2 weeks ago  from aobuns (originally from fuckyeahretics)


    SCoopinsnoots here with a NEW Anvention, it is a spahgeti shaped like STRANGE and small anneamal… where come form? Youare are asking me??? 10/10 TRICK: IS SNAKE

    (Source: facebook.com)

  6. Notes: 48 / 2 weeks ago  from advice-animal

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  7. Notes: 10 / 2 weeks ago  from littlelotte-xo

    Anonymous said: Hi lotte! What does the super cold water do for you hair after washing it?


    same for what it does for your skin, nails, whatever. it closes them. when you heat up that stuff you’re expanding it, allowing more things like oil, dirt, products, etc to soak in. 

    so like when you get your hair colored they heat it up and it goes faster. and hot oil hair treatments. and uhhh steaming your face, soaking your nails in hot water (that’s more for your cuticles tho but i mean u get it)

    that hot water makes your stuff more porous, being porous goes both ways. it lets things in and out much easier. getting it cold shuts it right back up so it’s not as porous anymore. that way it locks the moisture back in your hair, closes the cuticle layer of the hair strand so moisture (and colour) can’t escape as easily.

    i explain stuff poorly and long handed- let me explain better

    when you wash your hair with hot water it opens the cuticle layer of your hair, allowing things like conditioning products in and color out. when you get out of the shower this way your cuticle layer is still open, which means more porous hair that takes longer to dry, and dries frizzier. 

    when you blast your hair with cold water not only will your color last long, your hair will be less frizzy when it dries, but it will also trap in that moisture so more stays instead of being on the outside and wiped off with a towel.

    also it feels fucking great and is great for your scalp for all the same reasons and holy fuck start doing it every time you go to a hair salon because yeah it sucks when you’re in a shower but at a salon it feels like an all over body awakening like it’s so fucking amazing.


  8. Notes: 77101 / 2 weeks ago  from kittiecupcakes (originally from donrickles)
  9. Notes: 34 / 2 weeks ago  from ughsocialjustice

    Anonymous said: If I were to be entirely honest, ' POC' (just fucking call us coloreds already shit) really means black people. POC representation is how many black people we can have on a show. No other race is referred to as POC so fucking much , and I have yet to see the same level of representation with literally any other race. How is it representation of we're just shifting focus from one skin color to the other?



  10. 3 weeks ago 

    I’m taking my sweet time on this last song. Gonna take it into a symphonic bridge and slam back down into some sick dubstep in memory of a friend, and fellow depression sufferer who recently lost the battle with the illness.

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