Bits of our apartment. 

Book Suggestions?

book suggestions anyone? I need a fiction novel for my English class. Something with significant meaning. perhaps something historical or classic. Id appreciate any ideas :) 


Thomas Kretchsmann, the Greatest Nazi “reenactor”. 

  1. Stalingrad (1993);
  2. Stalingrad (2013);
  3. The Pianist (2002);
  4. U-571 (2000);
  5. Downfall (2004);
  6. Eichmann (2007);
  7. Valkyrie (2008).






Everyone who see’s this on their dash watch it. You will not be dissapointed. I have said this before but I have LITERALLY never laughed so much my face is wet with teachers and my sides are hurting so bad but it was goddam worth it.

when it comes up on my dash i must reblog it. then rewatch it and cry laughing for the next 10 minutes.


"I went straight for the jugular."

Gavin and Michael are literally the best.


The Amity Affliction // Greens Ave


The Amity Affliction // Greens Ave

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Read this fucking shit:

"The study bolsters some anecdotal evidence that men’s porn use can shake the self-esteem of their girlfriends or wives, though certainly not all couples have conflicts over pornography, said study researcher Destin Stewart, a clinical…

This poem is completely unedited….its about nurses on the battlefield and what they tell dying men…

You’re not going to live…

' you're going to make it”

Words spoken so often. So empty. You know it. They know it. It’s a lie.

Why do we speak these words?

A moment in the stale air. A cigarette.

A reflection.

 all the broken promises made to dying men.

Would the truth have saved them?

Would it have killed them quicker?

Is it hope.

Is this lie,

You’re going to make it….hope?


How could it be.

When the war ends.

And she returns home.

All the men she lied too. During all their final moments….

Follow her in.

Follow her through.

Waiting for her to keep her promise.

To see it through.

It is sacred.

It was broken.

A thousand times.

Maybe more…

Across the earth.

Across the universe.

by Elise.