If you can say Schwarzenegger, you can say Esparza

- Raúl Esparza on idiots who kept pressuring him to change his name to something less latino. (via magnetic-rose)

Our names are not a burden.

(via zombieflorence)

mystic-johnson:

EXCUSE ME

THERE ARE CHILDREN ON THIS SITE

hi:

it’s so shitty when you finally realize someone who you cared so much about and wanted to be apart of your life so much doesn’t feel at all near the same way and could barely care at all about you

lasfloresdemayo:

Doing films in Latin America is like an act of faith. I mean, you really have to believe in what you’re doing because if not, you feel like it’s a waste of time because you might as well be doing something that at least pays you the rent.

- Gael García Bernal

Bebe

(Source: hitchcockalfred)

mavrodaphne:

magictransistor:

Diego Rivera. Day of the Dead. 1924.

I’ve seen his murals in Detroit. Amazing. 

Anonymous asked:
i lost my virginity to my best friend and were still friends and now he has a girlfriend but he likes me

esocabron:

migust0es:

bellaantrax:

cvli-cocvine:

corazonbohemio:

cvli-cocvine:

leqalize-murder:

televisa presenta…

Casos de la vida real

Lo que callamos las mujeres

Mujeres Asesinas

talvez se les olvidoo ; Decisiones

2 Mujeres 1 Camino….

Laura en America (Que Pase El Desgraciado)


gothqirl:

can we address the elephant in the room

(Source: untrustyou)

You won’t know the value of a moment until it becomes a memory
Until now
You are my biggest memory

duplication:

Don’t cross oceans for people who wouldn’t cross a puddle for you


fer1972:

Junkyard Photography by David A. Evans 


ianbrooks:

Mirror of the Earth

Salar de Uyuni in Southwest Bolivia, the largest salt flatland in the world at 4,086 square miles, is so extremely flatty that space-faring satellites use it for atmosphere calibrations. As detailed in these pictures, Salar experiences an annual flooding producing a thin sheet of highly reflective water that seems to mirror the sky. I want to go to there.

Photos by Takaki Watanabe (via: Gizmodo)