tombstone blues

ffffjjjj:

I need a 500 pack of these

probably the best $1.50 I’ve ever spent.

probably the best $1.50 I’ve ever spent.

nevver:

Sext

melisica:

(by Jung Lee)

melisica:

(by Jung Lee)

Basics 

Name: Jo
Age: 23
Gender: f

Favorites

Food: uh. BREAD! DUMPLINGS! STRAIGHT-UP CHOCOLATE. FOOD, THOUGH, MAN. FOOD.
Drink: coffee beer wine milk. don’t make me choose. (tea is also emotionally important but coffee wins out because: way more caffeine.)
Book: I can’t answer this question and you can’t make me.
Favorite Author: gdhfgkdgj okay we can go with Madeleine L’Engle, and also Jan Harold Brunvand for influence reasons?
Song: I was about to complain about this being hard, except that “Tam-Lin” exists.
Movie: fhgdfajs uh. well. 10 Things I Hate About You is important and Wings of Desire is important and Pan’s Labyrinth is important and Tangled is important and hilariously Plan 9 From Outer Space is important and mostly my list is weird art films and teen comedies and period films and a handful of suspense thrillers because filmmaking has always been an important part of the language my father and I share.
TV Show: The X-Files, a fact literally no-one knows about me
Band: Over the Rhine
Solo Artist: possibly Vienna Teng?, also Dylan and Guthrie are very important.
Place: St Marks Place, but also, like. NEW YORK. and the campus of Wilkes Community College in Wilkesboro, NC, where Merlefest happens every spring.
School Subject: lol I haven’t been in school in in age but I p. much read about folklore all day every day so.
Sport: I don’t really care about or understand sports but on the other hand I also have a lot of feelings about baseball as American mythology, so.

Life

Siblings: a brother and two sisters, twenty, fourteen, and seven.
Dream Job: as I refuse to tell you my actual dream job (it doesn’t exist and also you will ALL LAUGH AT ME), professional folklorist with a concentration in modern oral traditions and general creepy monster stuff and popular culture (my ideal degree is folklore with minor concentrations in linguistics and psychology), + YA librarian or archivist librarian.
Tattoos: someday.
Piercings: earlobes, and I have serious designs towards a nose piercing 
Languages: English and once-fluent Sindarin

Tumblr

Reason Behind URL: it’s an archaic word for the full moon; I care a lot about moon motifs and symbolism. also pretty words.
Reason Behind Icon: it’s the cover of an actual book that actually exists, which is A M A Z I N G; also it’s a decent representation of what happens when you talk to me in a bar (or… in general)
# of Posts: many and also a lot
Why You Joined:
 followed a friend from Twitter, and around then the Great Livejournal Exodus began in earnest.
First URL: I’ve never changed my url.
# of Blogs: 
years-abandoned vampire blog; hot people drinking tea blog I obsessed over for two days and then abandoned forever; ballads blog project I never actually commenced with because intimidating; like two saved urls. so… mostly just this one. 

oh no even tumblr is on to me

oh no even tumblr is on to me

everets:

*talks about demons loudly in local diner*

queenclaudiajean:

F IS FOR FRIENDS WHO DO STUFF TOGETHER
U IS FOR UFOS
N IS FOR ‘NO, MULDER, IT’S NOT FOR UFOS, NOW PLEASE CAN WE JUST GO HOME’

#spending time with jo
shut up and if you don’t like my answers to questions like “why does my head hurt” or “what was that noise” then STOP ASKING ME TO ANSWER THOSE QUESTIONS 

queenclaudiajean:

F IS FOR FRIENDS WHO DO STUFF TOGETHER

U IS FOR UFOS

N IS FOR ‘NO, MULDER, IT’S NOT FOR UFOS, NOW PLEASE CAN WE JUST GO HOME’

shut up and if you don’t like my answers to questions like “why does my head hurt” or “what was that noise” then STOP ASKING ME TO ANSWER THOSE QUESTIONS 

o-dawgtheinvincible:

sigmarikz:

certaflyably:

thirstingaintdead:

Top 3 phrases that’ll create sexual tension

  1. "Make me",
  2. "oh really",
  3. "is that so"

"prove it"

"What’s in it for me?"

"The Black Death was one of the most devastating pandemics in human history, resulting in the deaths of an estimated 75 to 200 million people and peaking in Europe in the years 1348–50 CE."