Real talk

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braziliangirlz:

Laura Keller

braziliangirlz:

Laura Keller

  1. Camera: Nikon D7000
  2. Aperture: f/4.2
  3. Exposure: 1/1000th
  4. Focal Length: 34mm

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Found this drawing I did from like 4 years ago.

fixiegirls:

@kattnova, wearing a tee from @shopouroboros #fixedgear #fixiegirl

1998 | 2008

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gutsanduppercuts:

A shot from the semi-notorious scene in “The Big Boss” where Bruce Lee’s character visits a prostitute for the third time.I say “in” but the scene actually wasn’t included in the final film. Instead, it only featured in the original 1971 trailer very briefly.
While it’s not the most infamous cut scene from “The Big Boss” (that would go to “saw in the head” scene), it is a very interesting one as it actually depicts Bruce’s character having sex with the prostitute, paying her and leaving while showing a some obvious remorse. gutsanduppercuts:

A shot from the semi-notorious scene in “The Big Boss” where Bruce Lee’s character visits a prostitute for the third time.I say “in” but the scene actually wasn’t included in the final film. Instead, it only featured in the original 1971 trailer very briefly.
While it’s not the most infamous cut scene from “The Big Boss” (that would go to “saw in the head” scene), it is a very interesting one as it actually depicts Bruce’s character having sex with the prostitute, paying her and leaving while showing a some obvious remorse.

gutsanduppercuts:

A shot from the semi-notorious scene in “The Big Boss” where Bruce Lee’s character visits a prostitute for the third time.
I say “in” but the scene actually wasn’t included in the final film. Instead, it only featured in the original 1971 trailer very briefly.

While it’s not the most infamous cut scene from “The Big Boss” (that would go to “saw in the head” scene), it is a very interesting one as it actually depicts Bruce’s character having sex with the prostitute, paying her and leaving while showing a some obvious remorse.

tehluloon:

When you’re asked why you want the job

tehluloon:

When you’re asked why you want the job