E.

I am interested in how humans think and work.
I am studying to cut you apart once you die.

scarecrowartist:

skygemspeaks:

gimme-more-waffles:

in-demigodishness-and-all-that:

lucker-st0mpp:

pinupatheart:

boobscupcakesnweed:

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I shall reblog whenever I see this….

the amount of perfection in that paragraph makes my heart happy.

I’m a Christian and I support this message.

i think i’m crying that’s so perfect

There’s also the fact that the reason Jesus died on the cross was so that Christians no longer had to follow the laws of the Old Testament.

By denying homosexuals the right to marry because of what it says in Leviticus, you are basically saying that Jesus’ sacrifice WAS NOT GOOD ENOUGH FOR YOU.

PREACH.

(Source: saissonmargeurite, via exocannibalismsustains)

classichorrorblog:

May (2002)
Directed by Lucky McKee
A lonely young woman is traumatized by a difficult childhood, and is increasingly desperate to connect with the people around her.


Favorite movie.

classichorrorblog:

May (2002)

Directed by Lucky McKee

A lonely young woman is traumatized by a difficult childhood, and is increasingly desperate to connect with the people around her.

Favorite movie.

(via cordyceps-queen)

tedbunny:

Serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer’s apartment - Apartment 213, 924 North 25th Street. Within a week of moving into this apartment Dahmer had murdered his sixth victim. 

(via olddcassettes)

malformalady:

Harvard owns a book that’s bound in human skin. One of its curators announced today that tests on a book titled Des destinées de l’ame (Destinies of The Soul), which was published sometime in the 1880s, have confirmed with 99.9 percent confidence that it’s been bound in human skin. The book has been sitting in Harvard’s Houghton Library since the 1930s and has had a note inside it from the donor, who explains that he had the book bound in human skin. In French, translated by Harvard, he wrote: 

"This book is bound in human skin parchment on which no ornament has been stamped to preserve its elegance. By looking carefully you easily distinguish the pores of the skin. A book about the human soul deserved to have a human covering: I had kept this piece of human skin taken from the back of a woman. It is interesting to see the different aspects that change this skin according to the method of preparation to which it is subjected…"

malformalady:

Harvard owns a book that’s bound in human skin. One of its curators announced today that tests on a book titled Des destinées de l’ame (Destinies of The Soul), which was published sometime in the 1880s, have confirmed with 99.9 percent confidence that it’s been bound in human skin. The book has been sitting in Harvard’s Houghton Library since the 1930s and has had a note inside it from the donor, who explains that he had the book bound in human skin. In French, translated by Harvard, he wrote: 

"This book is bound in human skin parchment on which no ornament has been stamped to preserve its elegance. By looking carefully you easily distinguish the pores of the skin. A book about the human soul deserved to have a human covering: I had kept this piece of human skin taken from the back of a woman. It is interesting to see the different aspects that change this skin according to the method of preparation to which it is subjected…"