u better fuckin recognize dave.
i made small johndave pixels for my main blog but if anyone else wants them here you go
can you be in love with juice? I am making heart eyes at this crisp as fuck juice
you say you love me like the laughter
and the kissed back tears
you say you love me like the past
the now, the coming years
We’re going to play a game, kit, and you’re going to try your best to win.
If you succeed, you get to cum - you get to feel my arms wrap around you, tug you onto me. You get to feel me press into you, and you get to cum all over my chest. Of course, you’ll have to clean up like the greedy little boy you are. If you lose, however, you’re not going to get to cum; and I’m still going to fuck you. Every time you’re about to climax I’m going to stop; let you back off the edge - and then bring you right back too it. How many times? I don’t know, however long it’ll take me to cum a second time.
The game is simple, you’re going to sit at the edge of the bed, hands folded in your lap. You get to watch me - watch my hand slide across my want for you; grip at myself, buck up against what should be you. You’ll be sitting there silently like a good boy, enjoying the sounds I make, and the movements of my hips. The press of myself into my hand.
When I cum, you’ll clean me off and make me hard again. Shouldn’t take much effort, you do it with such ease. Once you’re on me, you’ll be slow, steady and surely eager… You can moan, and whimper and writhe. But if you’ve touched yourself even once - you’re not going to get that release you’ll be seeking so desperately. You’ll be slow and rock methodically the entire ride. However, if you manage to be a good boy - then you can move as you wish, rock hard and fast, grind against me, draw yourself to the edge of pleasure and find that escape with me.
What do you think, pup. Can you manage to be a good boy?
A Lion Made from 4,000 Pieces of Metal by selçuk yılmaz
Created from nearly 4,000 pieces of metal scraps, Aslan, is a recent sculpture by Istanbul-based artist Selçuk Yılmaz. The piece took nearly a year of work and involved hand-cutting and hammering of each individual metal piece. The final work weighs roughly 550 pounds (250kg). While we’ve seen dozens of artists use multiple components to create a final form, it’s worth noting how well the bent mental lends itself to the final shape of this impressive cat.
reblog it from the source ☆。✧。☆。✧HERE✧。☆。✧。☆
art of my otp makes me feel better on a bad day
stridercest is good for the soul
its a shitty phone pic of a shitty phone pic thats kind of ironic right