After hearing the same question over and over from friends and family — “Why aren’t you married yet?” — art director Suzanne Heintz got tired of it and set out to do something about it. She got herself a little family…of mannequins.
Over the course of 14 years and 10,000 miles of travel, she took her fake family everywhere and took all kinds of “family” pictures….
I loved the comment of Laura:
She’s underlining the fact that for many people, a family seems to be little better than a trophy or badge to prove that someone has succeeded at fulfilling society’s expectations of them. How many families look great in photographs but are actually empty inside? The point is not to condemn family life, but to refuse to accept that a good life is simply one that looks good to other people.oh my god. i love this.
I don’t know why Frank insisted on bringing me to this dinner party, I don’t even know what to talk about and everyone’s already having a conversation, it’d be awkward to butt in. A steakhouse? Really? I’m a pescetarian, Frank. We’ve known each other ten years. Nobody’s even bothered to comment on my coat or offered a tummy rub. Your friends are shit, Frank.
my favorite post of 2013
Of course, on the surface, they are trying to make you think about Kinzo and Beatrice’s contract from long ago to receive the gold and how Kinzo managed to capture Beatrice somehow.
But now I can see this in a different light. Maybe this is just a way of saying “had my grandmother not met him and given him the gold, I wouldn’t be in this situation, tied to this island and unable to reach out to anyone”. And I’ve no doubts Yasu often thought about this, basically wishing that the series of events that led to her being born never happened.
"i dont like short hair on girls" yeah well i dont like short dicks on guys but here u are