Teenage Lust

Hey Joe

Bone House

First off, this blog is supposed to be just an archive of arranged images that I feel
are interesting both alone and together. As a kind of storage area for inspiration and ideas.
That being said, I wasn't planning on writing very much.
(especially about tampons and human bones)

The past two weeks I've learned a lot about the purchasing of human bone and tissue.
In New York, according to Evolution you must prove medical affiliation to buy human remains

According to another, smaller, source and store, it's fine to buy dry human remains like bones but illegal to buy any preserved soft tissue.

Don't be afraid of me. I'm not up for having anyone's fleshy parts in my living room. But honestly, a human rib bone placed inconspicuously on a shelf is something really really cool in my opinion.

and they're only $19.

Women's Hygiene: Aisle Five

Honestly I really like my new neighborhood.
I do.
I'm a creature of habit and expected this transition to be a slow and painful one but surprisingly enough, that hasn't been so.
My friends have all basically been living/moved here.
My apartment is beautiful.
And up until now anything I've needed or wanted has been at most, a five minute's walk away.
Till just now.

When I walked in my pajamas, with no makeup, in broken flip flops, in the rain, to the grocery store to buy:

One grocery store
Three dollar stores
and probably over six bodegas later
apparently no one in the whole of Bushwick has ever heard of these.

Life & Times

Strip Malls

I Won't Read Sylvia Plath

Milk Bath

This is how I feel today.

Pearl Bomb