rose tyler appreciation week » day 1 [moment you fell in love with rose]
“ all those years, all that history… and no one was even looking. it’s just… ”
The planets, aligned.the sickest thing ive ever seen
The moon isn’t a planet you dumbfuck
the moon isn’t on there, fyi
that’s mercury, venus, earth, mars, jupiter, saturn, uranus, neptune, and pluto
Pluto isn’t a planet you dumbfuck
Viva la Pluto, motherfucker.
"Hey, you shouldn’t eat that. It’s not good for you."
Your character falls into the “friend zone” - Is this primarily a man’s problem, or are women put in the friend zone as well? x
DANIEL RADCLIFFE FOR ALL THE AWARDS
ALL OF THEM
i like this but i don’t fully understand it…
you don’t understand how sad this is. each adult is a cross, and each child has been crucified by said cross.
- the priest (i assume he’s a priest, correct me if i’m wrong) killed the little boy in one way or another, probably rape, which is common among corrupted clergy men.
- the tourist comes to an overcrowded, poverty stricken country, taking up any and all resources that could have gone to the little native girl
- the soldier comes to fight for his country, but ends up killing the innocent girl, probably in her village.
- the little boy dies under the doctor’s knife
- the man kills the little girl in a school shooting (represented with the uniform)
- the “fat” kid is killed by obesity caused by a fast food epidemic in america, most commonly mcdonald’s, shown by ronald mcdonald himself.
this is /haunting/ to look at. children can die at anyone’s hand. even the “heros”
Just to clarify that the little boy dying under the doctor’s knife is because the doctor is stealing his organs to sell in the black market, hence the cooler at their feet which alludes to keeping the organ alive and stable for selling. This is such a strong photo set, really induces a sense of disgust and sadness.
I cried a little
also, the little girl on the tourists back represents the huge child sex industry in south east Asia, popular among tourists
The Amour of Armor.
Painting originally in an Iranian story-book.