WeHeartIt is plain disrespectful, it allows people to steal art from absolutely any website. It is rude and unfair that the artists who put time and…
Please, go and sign this. Also, reblogging this link would be highly apprecciated
weheartit is actual GARBAGE
my graphics have ended up on that piece of shit website one time too many
which has led to people reposting them here on tumblr one time too many
and I WILL NOT STAND FOR IT ANYMORE
i wanna be in a relationship where my boyfriend goes to work all day and i spend everyday shopping and looking after our dog
Train don’t give a fuck
CHOO CHOO MOTHER FUCKER SUCK MY DICK
~Dashing though the snow~
GET THE FUCK OUT OF MY WAY
THIS IS THE FUCKING PHONE THAT I LOST IN DECEMBER.
AFTER THE SNOW MELTED, I FOUND IT THIS MORNING FROZEN IN THE ICE.
HOW THE FUCK DID YOU GET OUT THERE.
but does it work
So This is my Gender bend version of Else and Jack (OTP lol), Jackie and Elsir : ) Hope you guys like.
So this was a good change of pace for me because I started to do lined drawings. it’s really fun to do more stylist drawings using lines ^_^ and couples are rly fun to draw !
Inspired by every student whose told they can’t be an artist because it doesn’t “make enough money”.
"LIVE YOU DREAMS!" shouts the privileged person living their dreams as they run down the street past tons of people who have no choice but to give up their dreams and work three minimum wage jobs just to survive.
"Anyone who isn’t doing what they love is living a hollow, joyless, meaningless life devoid of all happiness and worth!" they say as they order a mochachino from a single mother pulling a thirteen hour shift to pay for her daughter’s daycare.
"Money isn’t everything, you know!" they say to the cashier who can’t afford his pain meds that month because it was a choice between rent or medication for his chronic illness and his employer refuses to offer health insurance.
"Just own a yarn store like me!" they sing to the couple that is drowning in dept from the business loans they took out to open their small store that went under because of the recession and are about to lose their home.
"It doesn’t cost much to live comfortably anyways!" they say to the homeless youth who can’t get a job because of mental illness.
"Money doesn’t buy true happiness!" they say happily from the comfort of their warm house they can live in because they have money enough to afford it.
#LIVE THE AMERICAN DREAM!!!!! =DDDDD#I would rather have the ‘worthless scraps of paper’ to pay for food and shelter imo#PS: asshole test: anyone who uses the phrase ‘worthless scraps of paper’ unironically to refer to moneyReblogged for commentary
#money doesn’t buy happiness necessarily #but god knows not having money is worse
As much as I agree that there is nothing easy about following your dreams, especially if youre in a shit situation financially/emotionally/mentally/physically, there is ALWAYS an opportunity to get yourself to the right place if you work hard enough for it.
And Chalkmaster Dave will always straight up be one of the biggest inspirations for that, for me. He had his home and his life literally burned down. So what did he do? He crashed on couches while he needed to at night, and all day every day he went and sat on the sidewalk and did chalk art, no matter what. He had a son and a daughter to pay child support for and his own mouth to feed on top of that. Over time his art got even better, he gained tons of supporters because he was there on the street, rain or shine, doing what he loved and making money, no matter how insecure or unstable it might have felt from time to time. He also put a girlfriend through school on what he made as an artist. He’s by no means a millionaire now, but he did what he loved despite having nothing and he made it work for him and his family and he continues to be an inspiration and continues to work through the struggles of being an artist for doing what he loves, and hasnt worked a “normal” job for probably at least 20 years. And I saw the things he struggled with on a day to day basis, trying to make things work as an artist. But no one will ever be able to take that away from him. And when he’s on his death bed he can reflect on the fact that he went from having nothing to being paid to travel the world, do what he loves, make friends and make a name for himself.
If you want other examples, there are numerous stories of children escaping poverty to excel in school and get scholarships to get out of their shitty situations. Just look at Maud Chifamba, a 14 year old orphan from Zimbabwe who escaped crippling poverty with a scholarship to become the youngest university student in all of Southern Africa. It wasn’t “privilege” that got her out. It was hard work and determination to do something better for herself. Her dream job is to be an accountant. So why not?
Its not about money. Its about how much worry, stress and instability you are willing to put up with to get what you dream of achieving. Things go wrong all the time and I have seen numerous people I know face all sorts of crippling debt and health problems and still manage to do what they dream of doing because they suffer for it and they get the support of people who appreciate what theyre trying to do with themselves.
That was on point. I could not agree any more with anything.