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My uncle died of lung cancer last week. I don’t remember how old he was, but I know he didn’t even get to make it to 55. Since then I have been appreciating life so much more, just knowing that it could be taken from me at any moment, without warning.
This is how my life is on a “perfect day”.

You thrill me, you delight me. You please me, you excite me.

You’re something I’ve been pleading for.
I love you, I adore you.
I lay my life before you.
I’ll have you want me more and more.
And finally, it seems, my lonely days are through.
I’ve been waiting for you.

Leave it to ABBA to write the songs of my life.

"In my next life I want to live my life backwards. You start out dead and get that out of the way. Then you wake up in an old people’s home feeling better every day. You get kicked out for being too healthy, go collect your pension, and then when you start work, you get a gold watch and a party on your first day. You work for 40 years until you’re young enough to enjoy your retirement. You party, drink alcohol, and are generally promiscuous, then you are ready for high school. You then go to primary school, you become a kid, you play. You have no responsibilities, you become a baby until you are born. And then you spend your last 9 months floating in luxurious spa-like conditions with central heating and room service on tap, larger quarters every day and then Voila! You finish off as an orgasm!"

- Woody Allen (via clusterflies-alas)

(via clusterflies-alas-deactivated20)


In a world where knowledge is power, a healthy skepticism is a trait worth cultivating. Pictures do lie — a reality that’s never been more true than in the age of  Photoshop and the Internet, where anyone with even modest skills can  turn fakery into a globally accepted truth in a matter of minutes. Here, pictures that were initially believed to be authentic; shocked the world when they were released; but were ultimately debunked.
Above: In this “night vision” picture, skeptics quickly pointed out several  things that screamed “fake.” First, the gunshot wound is over the wrong  eye. (**this image is fake)

Today’s lesson brought to you by common sense.

Maybe it’s the dead glass eyes, staring right through your soul. Maybe  it’s the fact that they look so lifelike … yet not. Or maybe it’s just  that they’re just plain creepy. Whatever the reason, dolls can be a  child’s best friend … while giving adults nightmares. Now pull up the  covers and explore the world of the creepiest dolls ever … if you  dare.
Creepiest Dolls… Ever

Conjoined births are more common than most might think, occurring roughly once in every 200,000 live births of twins. The long-term survival rates, however, tend to be extremely low. About 40 percent are stillbirths, less than half survive long enough even to be candidates for surgery, and the overall survival rate may be as low as five percent (though since 1950, at least one twin initially survives surgery roughly 75 percent of the time).
Above: A conjoined twins cries while the other sleeps in a bed at the Intensive Care Unit of All India Institute of Medical Sciences in New Delhi in 2003. The 36-day-old twins, abandoned by their parents, shared a fused liver, bladder, intestines, and genitalia.
Conjoined Twins

The one on the left is like “JESUS CHRIST GET THIS FUCKING THING OFF ME!”

how many days have you been alive?



Today is day #7,021

Today is day #5,498

Today is day #5,226

Today is #6,037

Today is day #7,949


adjkshgegkhgalsg…..i love you

That awkward moment when someone who avoided you for 3 months suddenly says they give a shit about your life, but then they’re like “loljk”.

That awkward moment when you’re struck with an unreasonable sadness that you know there’s no reason for but somehow it still exists.


Of all the best-known American serial killers, none has had a greater cultural impact than Ed Gein, the Wisconsin maniac whose reign of terror began in 1947. Shortly after his arrest in 1957, LIFE sent photographers to Plainfield, Wis., where Gein passed most of his troubled existence, and documented the riveting details about his case as they unfolded. WARNING: Some of what follows is highly disturbing.

see more— LIFE goes Inside a Serial Killer’s House