work it morrissey

“I find people who’re quite artistic and creative crawl from dreadful conditions, while people who’re cushioned in life tend not to produce anything dramatically artistic. To me popular music is still the voice of the working class, collective rage in a way, though not angst-ridden. But it does really seem like the one sole opportunity for someone from a working class background to step forward and have their say. It’s really the last refuge for the articulate but penniless humans.” - Morrissey, 1984 


‘I am human and I need to be loved’ | Vintage Ink | East Northport, NY

After 6 years were taken from me by a nameless stranger now, I denied myself and always put myself last. After endless attempts and time spent in out patient, The Smiths sang me to sleep every night. Over the veins that once ran hallow, by my own hand I tried to harm, I remember what I deserve and look down at the sweet reminder of my worth.



The Tenth Doctor and Christmas Trees (with his Christmas companions)

Merry Christmas (or whatever holiday you celebrate at this time of year)

From Angst to Aro – An Aromantic Playlist [x]

1. Love Love Love – Of Monsters and Men 2. The Outsider – Marina & the Diamonds 3. The Kids Aren’t Alright – Fall Out Boy 4. Freak Show – Set It Off 5. Anklebiters – Paramore 6. Shake It Off – Taylor Swift 7. I Have Forgiven Jesus – Morrissey 8. You Need Me, I Don’t Need You – Ed Sheeran 9. That’s How People Grow Up – Morrissey