Edvard Munch, (1863 /1944) was a Norwegian painter and printmaker whose intensely evocative treatment of psychological themes built upon some of the main tenets of late 19th-century Symbolism and greatly influenced German Expressionism in the early 20th century. One of his most well-known works is The Scream of 1893.
- The Kiss
- The Kiss
8:32 pm • 19 May 2013 • 318 notes
I should be happy and excited.
I am hesitant and worrisome.
What else is new?
2:13 pm • 18 May 2013 • 1 note
Things that give me anxiety.
I complained a lot this morning so I felt obligated to compile this extremely pointless, unnecessary list of things that put me on edge.
- Staying up for too many consecutive nights.
- Sleeping too much.
- Eating raw eggs.
- (And by that I mean) eating steak tartare.
- Supermarket sushi.
- Really small dogs.
- Dogs alone in cars.
- Dogs with half of their body hanging out the window of cars.
- Dogs that are tied to poles outside of stores.
- Dog food.
- Drivers of cars that look at you while at traffic lights.
- Drivers that don’t look at you while at traffic lights. (Why are you avoiding eye contact? Are you a criminal?)
- Driving in general.
- Drinking tequila.
- Buying that fourth drink and wondering if it will send me over the edge. (Spoiler: it is always the strongest and I will definitely black out.)
- Tables that aren’t stable and rock back and forth.
- Chairs that also do that.
- Rickety wooden roller coasters.
- Google Street View.
- Texts from numbers I don’t know.
- Flirty texts from numbers I don’t know.
- Missed calls from numbers I don’t know.
- When friends say they’re “on their way” or “close” and don’t call/text when they don’t show up until two hours later.
- When friends walk home from my apartment at 3am and don’t tell me when they get home. (I will presumably think that you were murdered.)
- When people don’t text me back.
- When people I don’t think will text me back, quadruple text me back.
- When I lay down for a late afternoon nap.
- When I accidentally fall into a deep sleep and wake up at 1am.
- When I’m wearing two primary colors at once. (I’m serious.)
- When I’m not wearing neutral colors and/or black.
- When I spend the night on someone’s couch and don’t have sunglasses or headphones for the morning walk home.
- When I’m obviously on a walk of shame.
- When other people are obviously on a walk of shame.
- People that can’t walk in heels.
- People that take off their heels and continue to stumble home with them in hand.
- People that are just fucking barefoot all the time.
- People that wear sneakers at the beach.
- People that wear flip flops in the winter.
- Absolutely everything about cats.
And last but not least:
- Being without my phone for prolonged periods of time. (Aka, any time longer than 30 minutes.)
This list is most definitely much longer than this. But long lists also give me anxiety…
3:31 pm • 16 May 2013 • 2 notes