”Somebody Kill Me”

[Spoken]
Ok, I just want to warn you that when I wrote this song I was listening to the 
Cure a lot.

[Sung]
You don’t know how much I need you.
While you’re near me I don’t feel blue.
And when we kiss I know you need me too.
I can’t believe I found a love that’s so pure and true.

But it all was bullshit.
It was a goddamn joke.
And when I think of you Linda,
I hope you fucking choke.

I hope you’re glad with what you’ve done to me.
I lay in bed all day long feeling melancholy.
You left me here all alone, tears running constantly.

Oh somebody kill me please,
somebody kill me plee-ase,
I’m on my knees,
pretty pretty please kill me.

I want to die.
Put a bullet in my head.

[Spoken]
[Girl:] I liked it.
[Guy:] He’s losing his mind… and I’m reaping all the benefits

soon i’ll print it on my skin .)

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Tags: skulls

hanabacasno:

threadless:

It’s like they’re right there!  3D Horror Movie by Hana Bacasno is up for scoring now. Your scores let us know what you want printed!

It’s a collab work, they should’ve mentioned Dan Elijah Fajardo,too! anyway, thanks so much for blogging!!! :D

this is horror .)

hanabacasno:

threadless:

It’s like they’re right there!  3D Horror Movie by Hana Bacasno is up for scoring now. Your scores let us know what you want printed!


It’s a collab work, they should’ve mentioned Dan Elijah Fajardo,too! anyway, thanks so much for blogging!!! :D

this is horror .)

hanabacasno:

GIRAFFIC PARK, now up for scoring at threadless!http://www.threadless.com/submission/404917/Giraffic_Park

try nyo eh check yong artist tsaka yong mga worx nya ang galing .)

hanabacasno:

GIRAFFIC PARK, now up for scoring at threadless!

http://www.threadless.com/submission/404917/Giraffic_Park

try nyo eh check yong artist tsaka yong mga worx nya ang galing .)

times photo journal. reblog

> 100 Things I Have Learned About Photography.

1. Just because someone has an expensive camera doesn’t mean that they’re a good photographer.
2. Always shoot in RAW. Always.
3. Prime lenses help you learn to be a better photographer.
4. Photo editing is an art in itself
5. The rule of thirds works 99% of the time.
6. Macro photography isn’t for everybody.
7. UV filters work just as well as lens caps.
8. Go outside and shoot photos rather than spending hours a day on photography forums.
9. Capture the beauty in the mundane and you have a winning photograph.
10. Film isn’t better than digital.
11. Digital isn’t better than film.
12. There is no “magic” camera or lens.
13. Better lenses don’t give you better photos.
14. Spend less time looking at other people’s work and more time shooting your own.
15. Don’t take your DSLR to parties.
16. Girls dig photographers.
17. Making your photos b/w doesn’t automatically make them “artsy”
18. People will always discredit your work if you tell them you “photoshop” your images. Rather, tell them that you process them in the “digital darkroom”.
19. You don’t need to take a photo of everything.
20. Have at least 2 backups of all your images. Like they say in war, two is one, one is none.
21. Ditch the neck strap and get a handstrap.
22. Get closer when taking your photos, they often turn out better.
23. Be a part of a scene while taking a photo; not a voyeur.
24. Taking a photo crouched often make your photos look more interesting.
25. Worry less about technical aspects and focus more on compositional aspects of photography.
26. Tape up any logos on your camera with black gaffers tape- it brings a lot less attention to you.
27. Always underexpose by 2/3rds of a stop when shooting in broad daylight.
28. The more photos you take, the better you get.
29. Don’t be afraid to take several photos of the same scene at different exposures, angles, or apertures.
30. Only show your best photos.
31. A point-and-shoot is still a camera.
32. Join an online photography forum.
33. Critique the works of others.
34. Think before you shoot.
35. A good photo shouldn’t require explanation (although background information often adds to an image). *
36. Alcohol and photography do not mix well.
37. Draw inspiration from other photographers but never worship them.
38. Grain is beautiful.
39. Ditch the photo backpack and get a messenger bag. It makes getting your lenses and camera a whole lot easier.
40. Simplicity is key.
41. The definition of photography is: “painting with light.” Use light in your favor.
42. Find your style of photography and stick with it.
43. Having a second monitor is the best thing ever for photo processing.
44. Silver EFEX pro is the best b/w converter.
45. Carry your camera with you everywhere. Everywhere.
46. Never let photography get in the way of enjoying life.
47. Don’t pamper your camera. Use and abuse it.
48. Take straight photos.
49. Shoot with confidence.
50. Photography and juxtaposition are best friends.
51. Print out your photos big. They will make you happy.
52. Give your photos to friends.
53. Give them to strangers.
54. Don’t forget to frame them.
55. Costco prints are cheap and look great.
56. Go out and take photos with (a) friend(s).
57. Join a photo club or start one for yourself.
58. Photos make great presents.
59. Taking photos of strangers is thrilling.
60. Candid>Posed.
61. Natural light is the best light.
62. 35mm (on full frame) is the best “walk-around” focal length.
63. Don’t be afraid to bump up your ISO when necessary.
64. You don’t need to always bring a tripod with you everywhere you go (hell, I don’t even own one).
65. It is always better to underexpose than overexpose.
66. Shooting photos of homeless people in an attempt to be “artsy” is exploitation.
67. You will find the best photo opportunities in the least likely situations.
68. Photos are always more interesting with the human element included.
69. You can’t “photoshop” bad images into good ones.
70. Nowadays everybody is a photographer.
71. You don’t need to fly to Paris to get good photos; the best photo opportunities are in your backyard.
72. People with DSLRS who shoot portraits with their grip pointed downwards look like morons.
73. Cameras as tools, not toys.
74. In terms of composition, photography and painting aren’t much different.
75. Photography isn’t a hobby- it’s a lifestyle.
76. Make photos, not excuses.
77. Be original in your photography. Don’t try to copy the style of others.
78. The best photographs tell stories that begs the viewer for more.
79. Any cameras but black ones draw too much attention.
80. The more gear you carry around with you the less you will enjoy photography.
81. Good self-portraits are harder to take than they seem.
82. Laughter always draws out peoples’ true character in a photograph.
83. Don’t look suspicious when taking photos- blend in with the environment.
84. Landscape photography can become dull after a while.
85. Have fun while taking photos.
86. Never delete any of your photos.
87. Be respectful when taking photos of people or places.
88. When taking candid photos of people in the street, it is easier to use a wide-angle than a telephoto lens.
89. Travel and photography are the perfect pair.
90. Learn how to read a histogram.
91. A noisy photo is better than a blurry one.
92. Don’t be afraid to take photos in the rain.
93. Learn how to enjoy the moment, rather than relentlessly trying to capture the perfect picture of it.
94. Never take photos on an empty stomach.
95. You will discover a lot about yourself through your photography.
96. Never hoard your photographic insight- share it with the world.
97. Never stop taking photos
98. Photography is more than simply taking photos, it is a philosophy of life
99. Capture the decisive moment
100. Write your own list.

This article was originally written by Eric Kim, a street photographer from Los Angeles.
http://erickimphotography.com/

Old friend Roger Gastman has a new documentary about to drop, Wall Writers, with narration from John Waters on the subject of the early eras of graffiti. “Through unprecedented access to TAKI 183, CORNBREAD, and a host of other legendary writers, Wall Writers tells the story of a time when underprivileged city kids refused to keep lurking in the shadows, when the streets were so wild that fame and infamy became indistinct, when art became a democracy and self-promotion became an art.”

fuckyeahtattoos:

People always ask me… ‘Why did you get a tattoo on your head? Aren’t you concerned about getting hired for a job, going on dates, or what people may think of you overall? Aren’t you worried about how you may look when you get older with tattoos all over your body?’ and my honest reply… ‘I became HIV + at age 10 from being sexually abused, I’m now turning 26 years old this year, and finally getting on HIV meds for the first time in one more week. So in the past 16 years I have been through a great deal of pain emotionally and physically, beat up by society because they thought I was a waste of life already. I guess you can say that’s why I haven’t really cared to have a boyfriend or concern myself with getting hired at a job, and definitely not hiding under the covers at night, because if there is one thing I have learned, life is so fucking short, so I’m going to live it the way want too. Oh and FYI… I’m going to look fucking amazing when I’m old with grey hair and a tight yoga body with tattoos dripping all over me.’
Feel free to add me to Facebook to see the rest of my tattoos: https://www.facebook.com/FilthyArt

fuckyeahtattoos:

People always ask me… ‘Why did you get a tattoo on your head? Aren’t you concerned about getting hired for a job, going on dates, or what people may think of you overall? Aren’t you worried about how you may look when you get older with tattoos all over your body?’ and my honest reply… ‘I became HIV + at age 10 from being sexually abused, I’m now turning 26 years old this year, and finally getting on HIV meds for the first time in one more week. So in the past 16 years I have been through a great deal of pain emotionally and physically, beat up by society because they thought I was a waste of life already. I guess you can say that’s why I haven’t really cared to have a boyfriend or concern myself with getting hired at a job, and definitely not hiding under the covers at night, because if there is one thing I have learned, life is so fucking short, so I’m going to live it the way want too. Oh and FYI… I’m going to look fucking amazing when I’m old with grey hair and a tight yoga body with tattoos dripping all over me.’

Feel free to add me to Facebook to see the rest of my tattoos: https://www.facebook.com/FilthyArt

the filipino dream.

the filipino dream.

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