Dear ovaries and reproductive organs,

Could you please stop with the kicking and screaming in there? I’m already exhausted and in pain and you have only been at it for a couple hours.
Sincerely- Hannah. 

What do you do when you are being victimised but the whole system is corrupt?

I’m being bullied at work by my supervisor and I have no one to talk to about it because I am constantly being stalked by the supervisor. The only people who understand are the other people I work with, I tried to make a complaint to the manager but they just said I obviously “didn’t follow instructions” but I always follow instructions. I try so so hard and I am treated so badly but I can’t report it to ombudsman or human rights because it’s their word against mine and even the HR manager is in on it. I am constantly scared of going to work because my supervisor won’t even talk to me or say hello and she just yells at me. I am so upset and I don’t know what to do. Except find another job- on the Sunshine Coast… Where the only jobs available are casual or looking for experienced people who aren’t shy.

nitratediva:

From Les Quatre Cents Farces du Diable or The Merry Frolics of Satan by Georges Méliès, 1906.

Woah

nitratediva:

From Les Quatre Cents Farces du Diable or The Merry Frolics of Satan by Georges Méliès, 1906.

Woah

  1. My 
dollymods:

Seventeen Magazine, 1970s


Oh my god, yes please

dollymods:

Seventeen Magazine, 1970s

Oh my god, yes please

thepieshops:

I want to live and die in this room.


This is amazing

thepieshops:

I want to live and die in this room.

This is amazing

vintageandretrointeriors:

(via LILEKS (James) :: Interior Desecrators)

Amazing shapes and colours!
aqqindex:

William Leavitt, Manta Ray, 1981

aqqindex:

William Leavitt, Manta Ray, 1981

bobofeed:

Japanese retaining wall
"Sometimes I go about in pity for myself, and all the while, a great wind carries me across the sky" - Ojibwe saying

"Sometimes I go about in pity for myself, and all the while, a great wind carries me across the sky" - Ojibwe saying

thebuyblog:

Honestly, I have no idea where you get these… Just go on Ebay. 

Some other beds here: http://freshome.com/2008/03/18/16-of-the-most-extreme-modern-beds-youll-ever-see/

interior-design-home:

Colorful stairs

interior-design-home:

Colorful stairs

saffity:

Amazing Women in History
Nellie Bly - New York World - Blackwell’s Island Insane Asylum - 1887
Real name - Elizabeth Jane Cochran
At the age of 23, unemployed journalist, Nellie Bly, walked into the office of Joseph Pulitzer’s New York World and talked her way into a job. There she was assigned to the horrendous job of going undercover and exposing the terror and dismal existance that was occurring at Blackwell’s Island Insane Asylum.
To expose the inner workings of the asylum, she played mad. Practicing one night by making deranged faces in the mirror, she then entered the asylum for 10 days where she was examined by multiple doctors who stated she was “Positively demented, I consider it a hopeless case. She needs to be put where someone will care for her” and “Undoubtedly Insane”
Through her reported experiences, she began the motion of reform at Blackwell’s Island as well as other asylums around the country. The grand jury involved her in their own investigation, and took her opinions and suggestions seriously.
Nellie Bly is truly an amazing woman in our history.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nellie_Bly

saffity:

Amazing Women in History

Nellie Bly - New York World - Blackwell’s Island Insane Asylum - 1887

Real name - Elizabeth Jane Cochran

At the age of 23, unemployed journalist, Nellie Bly, walked into the office of Joseph Pulitzer’s New York World and talked her way into a job. There she was assigned to the horrendous job of going undercover and exposing the terror and dismal existance that was occurring at Blackwell’s Island Insane Asylum.

To expose the inner workings of the asylum, she played mad. Practicing one night by making deranged faces in the mirror, she then entered the asylum for 10 days where she was examined by multiple doctors who stated she was “Positively demented, I consider it a hopeless case. She needs to be put where someone will care for her” and “Undoubtedly Insane”

Through her reported experiences, she began the motion of reform at Blackwell’s Island as well as other asylums around the country. The grand jury involved her in their own investigation, and took her opinions and suggestions seriously.

Nellie Bly is truly an amazing woman in our history.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nellie_Bly