Out of a brain, an athlete, a basketcase, a princess, and a criminal, I'm usually the basketcase.
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wvrds:

crunchwrapmistress:

haemus:

I’m inlove..

but who is she

amazing

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  • Drake:

    And that's when I said first of all Barack, I'm mixed, but enough about me. I wanna know about you. *boops my nose*

  • Me:

    Well, I do not like the beach because I do not like sand or crustaceans but I do personally feel very connected to the ocean. I actually feel as if I may be mixed with mermaid.

  • Drake:

    That's so interesting. You are such a well rounded individual. Please, tell me more about you.

  • Me:

    I am very afraid of the dark.

  • Drake:

    A few years back I read a passage that said something like "You're not afraid of the dark, you're afraid of what is inside of the dark." I just thought that was so beautiful.

  • Me:

    ... Are you getting smart with me?

  • Drake:

    Not at all I ju-

  • Me:

    *loudly* Please do not come for me Mr. Graham I know what the hale I'm scared of!

  • Drake:

    ... that was extremely arousing and I'd like to take you home if that's okay with you.

  • Me:

    You pickin up the tab?

  • Drake:

    *nods*

  • Me:

    *puts the basket of rolls in my bag* Get the check.

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archiemcphee:

Leaf-cutting Artist Omid Asadi was born in Iran and now lives in Sale, Greater Manchester, England where he gathers fallen leaves and uses a craft knife and needle to transform them into exquisitely beautiful and expressive works of art. He even recreated The Scream by Edvard Munch on a leaf.

"Art for me is the way of looking differently to this world and around myself.I started to think why nobody paid attention to these beautiful leaves and trod on them, because of their name - if they were called flowers we wouldn’t tread on them at all! I wanted to give the leaves another Life and make art from them."

Visit Omid Asadi’s website and Facebook page to check out more of his hand-cut leaves. You can also follow him here on Tumblr at omidasadi.

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For even more awesome leaf-related artwork, check out our posts about Lorenzo Duran Manuel Silva, Susanna Bauer, and LadyTinuz.