What “Gone Girl” Is Really About

newyorker:

Joshua Rothman writes:

“‘Gone Girl’ is fascinating because it gets at what is unsettling about coupledom: our suspicion that, in some fundamental sense, it necessarily entails victimization. Just as ‘Fight Club’ showed that manliness and violence were imaginatively inseparable, ‘Gone Girl’ raises the possibility that marriage and victimhood are inseparable, too.”

Adding it to the list.

Reblogged from The New Yorker

magictransistor:

Ernst Haeckel, Kunstformen der Natur : Art Forms of Nature (Lithographic and Autotype prints), Published in sets of ten between 1899 and 1904.

Yes. Beautiful. #biology

It was a lazy day, 6 hours of iPhone updating and a cold cup of coffee later… I’m back!

Have a mind that is open to everything, and attached to nothing.
— Tilopa (via gettingahealthybody)
work. serious work.

work. serious work.

Oops. THIS SONG IS MY FUCKING JAM: “Macklemore & Ryan Lewis - Thrift Shop ft. Wanz” http://t.co/4duEMb3U — Hannah Hart (@harto)

If you like thrifting, give it a go.

now that’s a work party

now that’s a work party

#dog holiday.

#dog holiday.

sky in evening

sky in evening

i made you a holiday cheer background

i made you a holiday cheer background

Craftiness! http://t.co/n4hfjyFI Pillowcase to Reversible Tote Bag Upcycle Project — Laurie Neverman (@CommonSenseIdea)

Now you can explore the ocean with Google Maps http://t.co/ljkF3ggL — GOOD (@GOOD)

Reblogged from Nudity and Necromancy