Close your eyes to what you can’t imagine
We are the xany-gnashing caddy-smashing,
bratty ass, h
e mad, he snatched his daddy’s Jag
And used the shit for batting practice
Adamant and he thrashing
Purchasing crappy grams with half the hand of cash you handed
Panic and patch me up, pappy done latch-keyed us
Toying with Raggy Anns and Mammy done had enough
Brash as fuck, breaching all these aqueducts
Don’t believe us, treat us like we can’t erupt, yup

blah blah yes

(Source: ch-ords, via alltheflyshii)


i hate when you’re going home late at night and your train goes local and you’re looking at all these random stops like, “people live here? what is this?” the doors open in like a mystic swamp, the docks to an abandoned lighthouse, just a staircase descending into the shadows. 

(via jean-luc-gohard)

Powers, Policemen, and Paperwork Collide in “C.O.W.L.” #4 [Review]

#ShamelessSelfPromotion time. I’ve just started contributing to Multiversity Comics and I figure I should probably be sharing all the incredibly great comics (and my reasonably great reviews) on here.

This week was the turn of Image Comics’ C.O.W.L. issue #4. It’s been described as Mad Men with capes, but, as cool as that sounds, the world of the Chicago Organised Worker’s League is so much more. Beautiful artwork, socially conscious narratives, and believable but completely kick-ass superheroes. 

Read it first, thank me later! 


Sak Yant or Yantra Tattooing are  believed to give the wearer magic powers associated with healing, luck, strength, and protection against evil.

You can get these here in thailand by a monk, they look beautiful but I’d never recommend it. Essentially, you’re making a pact with a spirit to protect you in exchange for sacrificing an activity or habit you may have previously enjoyed (the monk decides what this is, not you). These tattoos are contracts. 
 Breaking your side of the bargain may encourage the spirit to ‘punish’ you, and these contracts are not easily voided. 

(Source: gn-a, via deadletterscomic)