Welcome. My name is Christian Apollo, I'm a Writer, a Musician, an Artist, and a Poet. I have various interests, and a lot on my mind. This is where I reblog whatever interests me, and sometimes make personal posts. Feel welcome to put anything in my ask box, I won't judge.
And if you want to talk to me on a personal level, my skype is headstrong.perambulatory.

I can’t sleep because I hate myself and the things I say and the decisions I make.

It doesn’t matter what anyone does or says, I still worry that she hates me as much as I truly hate myself.

Anonymous asked:

What inspires you?

Everything inspires me. Life, Love, Pain, Death, Problems, Genius. Everything in the world is absolutely inspiring, and I want to be able to show how it drives me, and to mimic that special feeling that I get from watching life happen.

ophibell:

devonianechoes:

awez-im-gohst:

animedavidbowie:

misomachine:

deathwingxvx:

goraihadoken:

astroknight:

hexfawn:

i made an aesthetic generator now you can discover urself

rat Dad

bog grunge omfg

Garden Lolita 

pasta emo

Star wave. That’s rad

OBAMA JOCK.

Cumberbatch Furry.

Flower Witch

Ocean Femme… I’m already there.

(Source: bogmilk)

Anonymous asked:

Hello! English is not my first language. I'm sorry if this question doesn't make sense. When I'm referring to an android, should I say "he" or "it"? For example, "his arms and legs" or "its arms and legs"? :)

Depends on which android you’re talking about. If its in direct context to a specific android it’s best to find out which gender it is considered as. Like any person you might find in real life! But if the android is nonspecific or hypothetical, “they, them, their” is a nicer way to refer to someone, a neutral approach it much gentler.

(Source: naldouze)

f0xyshy:

If Linkin Park plays in the forest and no one is around to hear it, in the end, does it even matter?

stepsoversnails:

Earthbound

baby's first words

  • baby: d-d-da..
  • father: daddy?
  • baby: david bowie