"I’ve been told that an artist is in need of constant tragedy to fully express their work, but I’m not an artist and when I say I in a song, that doesn’t necessarily mean that person is me and it doesn’t mean I’m the storyteller, it means whoever or whatever you want because everyone has their own definition of specific words and when your dealing in the context of music you can’t expect words to have the same meaning as in everyday use of our vocabulary because I consider music art and when I say ‘that song is art’ I don’t mean in comparison to a painting because I feel the visual arts are not nearly as sacred as the transcribed or audio communications, but it is art and I feel this society somewhere has lost its sense of what art is, art is expression. In expression you need 100% full freedom and our freedom to express our art is seriously being fucked with. Fuck, the word fuck has as many connotations as does the word art and I’m far beyond the point of sitting down and casually complaining about this problem to the right wing control freaks who are the main offender of destroying art. I won’t calmly and literally complain to you! I’m going to fucking kill. I’m going to fucking destroy your macho, sadistic, sick, right wing, religiously abusive opinions on how we as a whole should operate according to YOUR conditions. Before I die many will die with me and they will deserve it. See you in Hell.
Love Kurdt Kobain
Thanks for the tragedy I need it for my art. Punk rock is art. Punk rock to me means freedom. The only problem I’ve had with the situationists punk rock ethic is that absolute denial of anything sacred. I find a few things sacred such as the superior women and the negro have contributed to art. I guess what I’m saying is that, art is sacred. Punk rock is freedom, expression and right to express is vital. Anyone can be artistic”
can you put brownie mix in a waffle iron
I AM THE FUTURE
dOES IT TASTE GOOD??
IT TASTES LIKE HEAVEN MIXED WITH THE LAUGHTER OF TOM HIDDLESTON AND ANGEL’S TEARS
My 3.5 year old daughter wanted to be a princess for Halloween. OK! I said, then all common sense flew out the door and I proceeded with making her an entire, (mostly) historically accurate 18th century Robe a la Francaise, using nothing but thrifted bed sheets for the fabric.
If you’re interested in the nitty gritty details - I’ve made a blog post detailing the construction process
ETA: I’ve had a number of the same questions asked about this costume - so I whipped up a quick Q&A post that you can read on my blog.
I made a loud shrieking noise of sorts