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blacktionbronson:

Masculinity is such a fragile concept.

This is literally my favorite video.

Lmfao

How I work out

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Sorry, Kyteman, tivoli 2007

I have such terrible taste in music

I’m sorry guise

If this isn’t the greatest thing on your dash right now then I need to be following whoever it is you’re following.

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14 Year Old Dances And Surprises Salsa Dancer And This Puts a Spin!

This kid is pretty good and it’s important that he has fun with the woman while they’re dancing which you can definitely see that they are in the video. So I’ll let it slide that he’s dancing LA style salsa :p

You should all be jealous right now.
All I need now is some pernil and a malta 😍

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Zhang Huan - Foam, 1998, Beijing, China
"Zhang Huan’s face is isolated in the ten pictures in the series. In each, he appears covered in white suds like sea foam with a snapshot of members of his wife’s family or his own bursting out of his mouth as if it were a sound. Here, Zhang Huan appears new-born - covered with a substance that might refer to both the human birth process and the birth of a mythological character in the waves - but also in the throes of an irresistible utterance. This speech act, his pictures suggest, while an expression of self, has also inevitably been shaped by his own lineage and that of his life partner and mother of his children. His ancestors speak through him." ["Witness" by Thom Collins, published by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia]
See more Zhang Huan posts here.
arpeggia:

Zhang Huan - Foam, 1998, Beijing, China
"Zhang Huan’s face is isolated in the ten pictures in the series. In each, he appears covered in white suds like sea foam with a snapshot of members of his wife’s family or his own bursting out of his mouth as if it were a sound. Here, Zhang Huan appears new-born - covered with a substance that might refer to both the human birth process and the birth of a mythological character in the waves - but also in the throes of an irresistible utterance. This speech act, his pictures suggest, while an expression of self, has also inevitably been shaped by his own lineage and that of his life partner and mother of his children. His ancestors speak through him." ["Witness" by Thom Collins, published by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia]
See more Zhang Huan posts here.
arpeggia:

Zhang Huan - Foam, 1998, Beijing, China
"Zhang Huan’s face is isolated in the ten pictures in the series. In each, he appears covered in white suds like sea foam with a snapshot of members of his wife’s family or his own bursting out of his mouth as if it were a sound. Here, Zhang Huan appears new-born - covered with a substance that might refer to both the human birth process and the birth of a mythological character in the waves - but also in the throes of an irresistible utterance. This speech act, his pictures suggest, while an expression of self, has also inevitably been shaped by his own lineage and that of his life partner and mother of his children. His ancestors speak through him." ["Witness" by Thom Collins, published by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia]
See more Zhang Huan posts here.
arpeggia:

Zhang Huan - Foam, 1998, Beijing, China
"Zhang Huan’s face is isolated in the ten pictures in the series. In each, he appears covered in white suds like sea foam with a snapshot of members of his wife’s family or his own bursting out of his mouth as if it were a sound. Here, Zhang Huan appears new-born - covered with a substance that might refer to both the human birth process and the birth of a mythological character in the waves - but also in the throes of an irresistible utterance. This speech act, his pictures suggest, while an expression of self, has also inevitably been shaped by his own lineage and that of his life partner and mother of his children. His ancestors speak through him." ["Witness" by Thom Collins, published by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia]
See more Zhang Huan posts here.
arpeggia:

Zhang Huan - Foam, 1998, Beijing, China
"Zhang Huan’s face is isolated in the ten pictures in the series. In each, he appears covered in white suds like sea foam with a snapshot of members of his wife’s family or his own bursting out of his mouth as if it were a sound. Here, Zhang Huan appears new-born - covered with a substance that might refer to both the human birth process and the birth of a mythological character in the waves - but also in the throes of an irresistible utterance. This speech act, his pictures suggest, while an expression of self, has also inevitably been shaped by his own lineage and that of his life partner and mother of his children. His ancestors speak through him." ["Witness" by Thom Collins, published by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia]
See more Zhang Huan posts here.
arpeggia:

Zhang Huan - Foam, 1998, Beijing, China
"Zhang Huan’s face is isolated in the ten pictures in the series. In each, he appears covered in white suds like sea foam with a snapshot of members of his wife’s family or his own bursting out of his mouth as if it were a sound. Here, Zhang Huan appears new-born - covered with a substance that might refer to both the human birth process and the birth of a mythological character in the waves - but also in the throes of an irresistible utterance. This speech act, his pictures suggest, while an expression of self, has also inevitably been shaped by his own lineage and that of his life partner and mother of his children. His ancestors speak through him." ["Witness" by Thom Collins, published by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia]
See more Zhang Huan posts here.
arpeggia:

Zhang Huan - Foam, 1998, Beijing, China
"Zhang Huan’s face is isolated in the ten pictures in the series. In each, he appears covered in white suds like sea foam with a snapshot of members of his wife’s family or his own bursting out of his mouth as if it were a sound. Here, Zhang Huan appears new-born - covered with a substance that might refer to both the human birth process and the birth of a mythological character in the waves - but also in the throes of an irresistible utterance. This speech act, his pictures suggest, while an expression of self, has also inevitably been shaped by his own lineage and that of his life partner and mother of his children. His ancestors speak through him." ["Witness" by Thom Collins, published by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia]
See more Zhang Huan posts here.
arpeggia:

Zhang Huan - Foam, 1998, Beijing, China
"Zhang Huan’s face is isolated in the ten pictures in the series. In each, he appears covered in white suds like sea foam with a snapshot of members of his wife’s family or his own bursting out of his mouth as if it were a sound. Here, Zhang Huan appears new-born - covered with a substance that might refer to both the human birth process and the birth of a mythological character in the waves - but also in the throes of an irresistible utterance. This speech act, his pictures suggest, while an expression of self, has also inevitably been shaped by his own lineage and that of his life partner and mother of his children. His ancestors speak through him." ["Witness" by Thom Collins, published by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia]
See more Zhang Huan posts here.
arpeggia:

Zhang Huan - Foam, 1998, Beijing, China
"Zhang Huan’s face is isolated in the ten pictures in the series. In each, he appears covered in white suds like sea foam with a snapshot of members of his wife’s family or his own bursting out of his mouth as if it were a sound. Here, Zhang Huan appears new-born - covered with a substance that might refer to both the human birth process and the birth of a mythological character in the waves - but also in the throes of an irresistible utterance. This speech act, his pictures suggest, while an expression of self, has also inevitably been shaped by his own lineage and that of his life partner and mother of his children. His ancestors speak through him." ["Witness" by Thom Collins, published by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia]
See more Zhang Huan posts here.

arpeggia:

Zhang Huan - Foam, 1998, Beijing, China

"Zhang Huan’s face is isolated in the ten pictures in the series. In each, he appears covered in white suds like sea foam with a snapshot of members of his wife’s family or his own bursting out of his mouth as if it were a sound. Here, Zhang Huan appears new-born - covered with a substance that might refer to both the human birth process and the birth of a mythological character in the waves - but also in the throes of an irresistible utterance. This speech act, his pictures suggest, while an expression of self, has also inevitably been shaped by his own lineage and that of his life partner and mother of his children. His ancestors speak through him." ["Witness" by Thom Collins, published by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia]

See more Zhang Huan posts here.

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dumbassfils:

giantpandaphotos:

Qi Zai - the brown panda - at the Shaanxi Wildlife Research Center in China.

beauty pudge bab dumbassfils:

giantpandaphotos:

Qi Zai - the brown panda - at the Shaanxi Wildlife Research Center in China.

beauty pudge bab dumbassfils:

giantpandaphotos:

Qi Zai - the brown panda - at the Shaanxi Wildlife Research Center in China.

beauty pudge bab

dumbassfils:

giantpandaphotos:

Qi Zai - the brown panda - at the Shaanxi Wildlife Research Center in China.

beauty pudge bab