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Jun 3, 2014 / 115,789 notes

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periodicult:

Sweet ‘N Low, Seventeen magazine, June 1981.
May 29, 2014 / 206 notes

periodicult:

Sweet ‘N Low, Seventeen magazine, June 1981.

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May 29, 2014 / 27,218 notes
May 17, 2014

lms! i should make out wiht a50 eyear old from frindr tonight! I can re-make grindr and make out with him!


masculin / feminingrace jones by jean-paul goude
May 16, 2014 / 12,476 notes

masculin / feminin
grace jones by jean-paul goude

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"Rosary"
May 16, 2014 / 127 notes

yusefalahmad:

"Rosary"

vintagemaleerotica:

Boy scout by Royale.1960s
May 16, 2014 / 54 notes

vintagemaleerotica:

Boy scout by Royale.
1960s

Apr 26, 2014 / 16,603 notes
Apr 26, 2014 / 1,635 notes

travelingcolors:

I Fought The Law (By Olivia Locher)

Many laws still in existence throughout the United States are wildly outdated, rendering them completely ridiculous, useless and bizarre. The absurdity is illustrated by New York-based photographer Olivia Locher, who catalogs the crazy rules and regulations of each state in a playful photographic series ‘I fought the law’. Take a look at the ongoing series below to find out more about the peculiar oddities present in the American legal system.

You might be surprised to learn that: In Alabama it is illegal to have an ice cream cone in your back pocket at all times. In Maine it’s unlawful to tickle women under the chin with a feather duster. In Oregon one may not test their physical endurance while driving a car on the highway. In Rhode Island, it is illegal to wear transparent clothing. In Utah no one may walk down the street carrying a paper bag containing a violin. It’s illegal to serve wine in teacups in KansasArizona residents may not have more than two dildos in a house. Nobody is allowed to ride a bicycle in a swimming pool in CaliforniaIn Wisconsin it is illegal to serve apple pie in public restaurants without cheese. In Hawaii coins are not allowed to be placed in ones ears.

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