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"AS I WALK THROUGH THE VALLEY OF THE SHADOW OF DEATH I SHALL FEAR NO EVIL FOR I AM THE EVILEST SON OF A BITCH IN THE VALLEY" Paige, 21, stuck in limbo, Los Angeles, casual pagan/witch, Supernatural, morbid, spooky, with a touch of rustic worldly chic.


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Skull, found in France, with a knife still embedded it it.  The skull belonged to a Roman solider who died during the Gallic Wars, ca. 52BC. It was on display at the Museo Rocsen in Argentina.  

strangeremains:

Skull, found in France, with a knife still embedded it it.  The skull belonged to a Roman solider who died during the Gallic Wars, ca. 52BC. It was on display at the Museo Rocsen in Argentina.  

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SKELETON WARS

@ashenli said: I don’t think it really matters if you’re an adult and like cartoons or other “childish” things. I mean what things are considered ‘adult’ that I am suppose to like instead of cartoons?

i do not know… live action stuff? it would be easier to do as my family did and explain what was for children rather than attempt to define the adult experience (which they sort of did anyway). it is just this odd sort of feeling i get when adults who i think or thought were my peers go on and on about things typically considered or made for children. it is probably just me but i wish i could understand it.

@megancreations said: For me I walk sort of a fine line. I do have my more “childish” interest and likes, but I also know when to draw the line and act like an adult in everyday situations. I think around when I was 14 or so I began to actually “grow up” as a choice.

that is a major problem with a lot of these people that i have met, they like childish things and then on top of it, do not step up to the plate when it is time to take care of business.

@husbife said: yeah, I kind of reserve that behavior for when I’m sick because I’m feeling childish and want to be pampered but I guess a lot about childhood feels false and I prefer a more fringe sort of adulthood

i can understand that a little. you want something simple to enjoy because you are ill and cannot muster the strength to fully rationalize everything. but what is a “fringe adulthood”?

did anyone else have that thing where at a certain point in their life (usually around 9-11) they decided specifically not to be children any more?

a bunch of my roommates friends (including my other roommate) are extremely childish and like children’s things (specifically disney for some reason) and i find it strange where as she does not and does not understand that my family and i made a point to make sure i was an adult that liked adult things.

i mean when i was about 10 i had my dolls taken away from me and i was sat down and given the you are an adult now and adults do not play with toys or watch cartoons speech i just find adults playing with toys or religiously watching childrens shows strange like you can like it but there is a bizarre obsession that i cannot figure out

Tom Waits “Jockey Full Of Bourbon”

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I AM OBSESSED WITH THIS SONG ilu tom waits