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pstirsti:

napom, életem.
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The Teke Teke (also known as Tek-Tek) is a Japanese urban legend about the ghost of a young woman, or school girl, who fell on a rail way line and was cut in half by the oncoming train. Now a vengeful spirit (Onryō), she carries a scythe or a saw and travels on either her hand or elbows, her dragging upper torso making a scratching or ‘teke teke’ sound. If she encounters anyone at night and the victim is not fast enough, she will slice them in half at the torso, mimicking her own disfigurement. x
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liquidnight:

Herbert Bayer
Pont Transbordeur, Marseilles
1928, Gelatin silver print
[From the Metropolitan Museum of Art]
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pickledelephant:

Harmony Korine while filming Gummo (1997)
pickledelephant:

Harmony Korine while filming Gummo (1997)
pickledelephant:

Harmony Korine while filming Gummo (1997)
pickledelephant:

Harmony Korine while filming Gummo (1997)
pickledelephant:

Harmony Korine while filming Gummo (1997)
pickledelephant:

Harmony Korine while filming Gummo (1997)
pickledelephant:

Harmony Korine while filming Gummo (1997)
pickledelephant:

Harmony Korine while filming Gummo (1997)
pickledelephant:

Harmony Korine while filming Gummo (1997)
pickledelephant:

Harmony Korine while filming Gummo (1997)
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mortisia:

― Y.Z, An eight word resolution