Cómo se vestirá la gente en 1950, según 1914

Otho Cushing

Otho Cushing es el ilustrador de esta portada retrofuturista, publicada por LIFE en 1914. Cushing fue un ilustrador popular que dibujó para LIFE durante muchos años, aunque poco se sabe de él. El estilo y la temática gay de sus trazos han dado cabida a la idea de que la familia o la sociedad de la época vieron algo que ocultar y pocos datos se tienen de su vida, aunque se puede ver su obra en varias ilustraciones y acuarelas. Vía: What people will dress like in 1950 as imagined on the cover of “Life”, 1914 | Matthew’s Island of Misfit Toys

As I’ve matured…

I’ve learned that you cannot make someone love you. All you can do is stalk them and hope they panic and give in.
I’ve learned that one good turn gets most of the blankets.
I’ve learned that no matter how much I care, some people are just jackasses.
I’ve learned that it takes years to build up trust, and it only takes suspicion, not proof, to destroy it.
I’ve learned that whatever hits the fan will not be evenly distributed.
I’ve learned that you shouldn’t compare yourself to others – they are more screwed up than you think.
I’ve learned that depression is merely anger without enthusiasm.
I’ve learned that it is not what you wear; it is how you take it off.
I’ve learned that you can keep vomiting long after you think you’re finished.
I’ve learned to not sweat the petty things, and not pet the sweaty things.
I’ve learned that ex’s are like fungus, and keep coming back.
I’ve learned age is a very high price to pay for maturity.
I’ve learned that I don’t suffer from insanity, I enjoy it.
I’ve learned that we are responsible for what we do, unless we are celebrities.
I’ve learned that artificial intelligence is no match for natural stupidity.
I’ve learned that 99% of the time when something isn’t working in your house, one of your kids did it.
I’ve learned that there is a fine line between genius and insanity.
I’ve learned that the people you care most about in life are taken from you too soon and all the less important ones just never go away. And the real pains in the ass are permanent.

(via shotgunbaby)

Does love hurt?

“It’s not love that hurts. It’s the infatuation with what we so blindly accept as love that hurts. True love should never have to hurt.”

via lovebot

“Love is always a good thing, no matter how much it hurts. Even after it’s over, even through the pain, anyone who has ever really loved will tell you that they never regretted a second of it, no matter how much it hurt in the end. And if you tell me differently, I will tell you that you were not truly in love.”

via shesapsycho