And why stay if you hate it so much? You think you’re well cool
You just write about sex and killing yourself
And how you hardly ever went to school

dis a cute song i like the 1975 i dont care what you say

(via fromthe1975)

“ I have often thought it fitting that Gough Whitlam was Australia’s 21st Prime Minister. Because with Gough as Prime Minister, Australia came of age. An Australia that once thought small was asked to think big.
An Australia, once closed and inward-looking, opened to the world.
Gough rejected those old ideas of what Australia should be and led us to what Australia could be. My friend and comrade, rest in peace. ”

—    Tanya Plibersek. (via progressiveauspol)

check out my mama, repping monash since ‘73 (also an outstanding collar n jumper combo)


The Birth of Venus, circa 1879, William-Adolphe Bouguereau

The Birth of Venus (French: La Naissance de Vénus) is one of the most famous paintings by 19th-century painter William-Adolphe Bouguereau. It depicts not the actual birth of Venus from the sea, but her transportation in a shell, as a fully mature woman, from the sea to Paphos in Cyprus. She is considered the epitome of the finest expressions of the Classical Greek and Roman ideal of the female form and beauty, on a par with Venus de Milo. For Bouguereau, it is considered a tour de force. The canvas stands at just over 9 ft 10 in (3.00 m) high, and 7 ft 2 in (2.18 m) wide. The subject matter, as well as the composition, resembles a previous rendition of this subject, Sandro Botticelli’s The Birth of Venus, as well as Raphael’s The Triumph of Galatea.

(via n0rthernl1ghts)


Franz von Stuck, The Kiss of the Sphinx (1895) / Arctic Monkeys, I Wanna Be Yours (2013)