namelessdrifter:

A “mascot” / Parody for my friends’ band: SPECTRECIDE

If they want changes I’ll do so and post the new one up here as well 😀

Check ‘Em Out: http://www.reverbnation.com/spectrecide

Who you gonna call?

SPECTRECIIIII̛̝̟̰͙̙̠̞̠͓̯͇̰̗͜I̷̶̶̠̹̞̭̕͞Í̷̛̛̯̩̝̳̖̳̝͕̤͠ͅͅÌ̡̦͖̗͕̗͖̤̖̟̥͢͞I̧̢̥̳̞̩͇͎̯̜̤̞̲̹̦͚̙͎̻̲Í̷̛̪̖͈́ͅI̷͈̹̫̺̘̬̖̮̹̪̦̻̙͖͓̥͚̘͜͞͠I̖̳̻̦̱͔͈͉̻͉͘̕ͅͅD̡́҉̩̳̱͚͇̬̙̣̣̞͉̲̯̗̣͡È̷̛͓̳̤̗̤̦̫̥̥̗͓̫̱̕͠

Doble T y El Crok ft Tico Flow, “Me Siento Jevi”

“Me siento jevi” translates to something like “I feel cool.” (“Jevi” is a Dominican mutation of “heavy,” and they do a similar thing in Spain with “jebi.”) But clearly the only one who deserves to feel cool here is the child that starts rapping two minutes in.

Portraits of Albanian Women Who Have Lived Their Lives As Men

I’ve held the opinion for awhile now that, if you stare at someone’s face, it’s very easy to trick your brain into seeing them as the opposite gender. If you shaved my face, gave me long hair and slapped some make-up on me, took a picture, printed it out wallet-sized, went to a friend who didn’t know me and showed your friend and said “This is my girlfriend, Briana,” I doubt your friend would know I was a man. Not because I’m particularly feminine (well, barring my body language), but because we mainly use secondary sexual characteristics to distinguish ourselves from the other sex. Or your buddy was just trying to be polite about poor ugly Briana. Looks like you’ll have to be the one to find out

Portraits of Albanian Women Who Have Lived Their Lives As Men