Some may say i'm a dreamer..

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Kae | 23 | Canada

I love blood, guts and horror.
I also fancy a colourful mind full of imagination.


A riot is an ugly thing. And I think it is about time we had one.

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saramariedarling:

One day I’ll find my perfect deadman 💜 #munsters #addamsfamily #classic #love  (Taken with Instagram)

saramariedarling:

One day I’ll find my perfect deadman 💜 #munsters #addamsfamily #classic #love (Taken with Instagram)

— 1 month ago with 462 notes
dream-swallower:

“Over the years I had to realize that there is no cure for depression. At least not in my case. It will always be part of my existence, and there is absolutely nothing I can do to change this. That’s just how things are. All I can do is to distract myself, keep myself busy by creating art/music(k), in order to keep the all-consuming sadness at bay. That’s all I can hope for. Once you have accepted your boundaries, the confines in which you have to operate, things usually tend to become slightly less manic. Because, let’s face it: happiness is completely overrated anyway, as once you get used to it, being miserable can be just as agreeable. Or, as an aquaintance of mine put it so accurately: we piss with the cock we have. Apart from that, I don’t really believe that people can actually change anyway. Well, unless of course they develop a brain-tumor or suffer a stroke. All we can achieve is to become more of what we already are. That’s it, essentially.”

Anna Varney Cantodea

dream-swallower:

Over the years I had to realize that there is no cure for depression. At least not in my case. It will always be part of my existence, and there is absolutely nothing I can do to change this. That’s just how things are. All I can do is to distract myself, keep myself busy by creating art/music(k), in order to keep the all-consuming sadness at bay. That’s all I can hope for. Once you have accepted your boundaries, the confines in which you have to operate, things usually tend to become slightly less manic. Because, let’s face it: happiness is completely overrated anyway, as once you get used to it, being miserable can be just as agreeable. Or, as an aquaintance of mine put it so accurately: we piss with the cock we have. Apart from that, I don’t really believe that people can actually change anyway. Well, unless of course they develop a brain-tumor or suffer a stroke. All we can achieve is to become more of what we already are. That’s it, essentially.

Anna Varney Cantodea

— 1 month ago with 91 notes

beautyandterrordance:

Yeah, they’re dead. They’re all messed up, via phantomblogger.

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