I am ashamed…
I have jumped upon this “tumblr” bandwagon and am slowly becoming addicted to it, like the intoxication of a new lover whose encapsulated your mind with their interesting qualities.
._. how quaint.
So my 18th birthday is tomorrow.
Forever 21 Happiness!
My Forever21 stuff came in, this is what I gots:
Hell yaya yaaa
Alexis Mateo, flasks, and memories
So this weekend I attended a my friend’s friend’s bachlorette party and unexpectedly got to meet my goddess, Alexis Mateo!
Oh and Mariah too.
Then continued to Honeypot and saw another drag show, continued to spike our drinks with a rum-filled flask, and dance the night away. I was blown a kiss from a makeup caked gay and accosted by the only straight man there apparently. Oh and got glow sticks and swords from Drag Queens.
“In Beneath a Marble Sky, readers enter a realm rife with contrasts; where love turns into betrayal; where war collides with beauty; and where the visions of a commoner inspire the dreams of a princess. Richly authentic, superbly written, this extraordinary work of historical fiction immerses one within ancient India’s finest and darkest days.
Set at the height of the Mughal Empire, Beneath a Marble Sky recreates the remarkable lives of those responsible for the Taj Mahal’s existence. From the famous lovers who inspired it, Shah Jahan and Mumtaz Mahal, to the architect who designed it to the man who sought to destroy it, Beneath a Marble Sky recounts the stories of those who oversaw the rise of the world’s most famous building.”
Just found a bunch that I got awhile ago, I may sell a few on my Etsy!
First I shall need beautiful people model these scarves and take some classy shots.
<3 I love you ^-^
Continue spewing your hate, I’ve got better things to do, my life to live.
Smoking my last nug of dro…
now to get more :3
Great art is, by nature, un-popular…
Do you agree with the 18th century’s symbolists that great art is, by nature, un-popular? Using examples from your experience, discuss the fate of literature, art, and music in mass society. (think about WHY some art, music, lit…is popular…is it for the sake of technical greatness, or passion……or is it just great marketing….being told what is great and taking it at face value?)
I do agree with the symbolists’ view that great art is completely under appreciated by the masses. Great art, at least to me, has to do with techniques and feeling and passion, art makes you think and explore your mind further. But in today’s society we are controlled by the media and are spoon fed what is “cool” and “hip” when we don’t even know what it is or what it means. Most popular music today evokes little emotion or very superficial emotion for the sake of what is popular, or at least what can make money. As for literature I will bring up the recent media whore of Twilight, a book with little technique but instead preys off the insecurities of preteen adolescents and others who have undesirable lives. It has a main character who is an empty husk of a developed character and the readers end up supporting her. A great character should empower and inspire not teach us the importance of being fake and empty. Not to mention the mass amounts of over exposure Twilight has, instead of a book its now its own conglomeration, with movies, celebrities, toys, and other useless merchandising. I can definitely understand symbolist’s disgust for materialism and modern society, it has been completely corrupted by greed and hypocrisy.