Absolument Rien

Nothing Is Eternal.
Just the right mix between darkness and colorful worlds.
Whatever.
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"On parle de nos jours de cynisme pour désigner un mode de pensée qui diffère tellement des normes morales établies qu'il en deviendrait choquant. On peut attacher à ce cynisme une sorte d'humour noir mordant et ironique, qui manifeste une certaine rébellion face à un monde incompréhensible en raison des conventions sociales qui le régissent."


19 ans. Mexico, Distrito Federal. Lame name for a city, huh?

J'aime la musique, surtout. Toute la musique. TOUTE.
J'aime aussi dessiner, peindre, lire beaucoup, les belles jeunes filles, les jolis garçons (qui ressemblent un peu trop a des jolies filles), les chats, les poissons, la mer, et les plantes. J'ai une obsession avec les questions existentielles et l'infini.
J'adore le fast-food. Pizza 4evah.
Je m'habille toujours en noir. Je me drogue parfois. Je suis consciente d'être un peu un cliché des gens qui ne le sont pas.
Español, Français, English, è un po d'Italiano.
Eso es todo.
Absolument Rien
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quiet-hippie:

☮ quiet-hippie ☮
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"There is a crack in everything.
That’s how the light gets in."
Leonard Cohen,
Selected Poems, 1956-1968 
(via anguis218)
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jtotheizzoe:

“We’re gonna need a bigger boat … exactly twice as big, actually.”
Check out this amazing newly discovered case of bicephaly in a shark! This is more commonly known as “having two heads”. It is the first time bicephaly been seen in a bull shark, although a two-headed blue shark has been found previously.
If you’re brave enough to look at more pictures of polycephaly in the animal kingdom, check out the Wikipedia page. And for the truly bold, here’s a two-headed milk snake eating a mouse (srsly, not for the faint of heart).
Why does this occur? Two-headedness, in any species, usually occurs when a fertilized embryo begins to split (like it would in the case of monozygotic twins), but fails to completely separate. Most of these failed splits are fatal before birth, but some of them can be carried to term (this shark was removed from a pregnant female in the Gulf of Mexico and died soon after). If you’d like to dig deeper, read about it in the Journal of Fish Biology.
We’re only a handful of heads short of a shark hydra! Get with it, evolution!
(via MSUToday)
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