Anonymous said: Do you eat quite healthy?

Umm I guess so. I do eat and drink some pretty terrible for you things but I definitely do eat more healthy foods than bad. I try and have breakfast each day and I think a healthy and really filling breakfast is the best thing. And I try to have at least 3 pieces of fruit a day and some vegetables. I rarely eat meat .. I eat so so much chocolate. Like probably the equivalent of a small bar each day 0:)

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"When the real is no longer what it used to be, nostalgia assumes its full meaning. There is a proliferation of myths of origin and signs of reality; of second-hand truth, objectivity and authenticity. There is an escalation of the true, of the lived experience; a resurrection of the…

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Ali Michael in “The Swimmer” for Bare-Journal #1 Spring/Summer 2014
Photographed by Nick Heavican

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Ali Michael in “The Swimmer” for Bare-Journal #1 Spring/Summer 2014

Photographed by Nick Heavican

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The universalizing pretensions of Western philosophy, which by its very abstractness and distance from vulgar reality seemed to be all-inclusive of human experience, are thereby shown to be illusory. White (male) philosophy’s confrontation of Man and Universe, or even Person and Universe, is really predicated on taking personhood for granted and thus excludes the differential experience of those who have ceaselessly had to fight to have their personhood recognized in the first place.
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Has anyone read Mary by Vladimir Nabokov? I’m doing an English thing on it but want to compare to other texts about nostalgia and romanticising the past even if it isn’t great. So far all I’ve got is The Virgin Suicides by Jeffrey Eugenides and the film Midnight in Paris by Woody Allen. Poems, books, short stories, films???? Any suggestions plzzz

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Christian Kettiger 

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Christian Kettiger 

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Slowdive in 1991

Slowdive in 1991

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Max Ernst, from his second collage-novel ”Rêve d’une Petite Fille qui voulut entrer au Carmel (A Little Girl Dreams of Taking the Veil)”
 Éditions du Carrefour, Paris, 1930s.

Max Ernst, from his second collage-novel ”Rêve d’une Petite Fille qui voulut entrer au Carmel (A Little Girl Dreams of Taking the Veil)”

 Éditions du Carrefour, Paris, 1930s.

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Nobuyoshi Araki

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Nobuyoshi Araki

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