Carpe Vinum

Nigerian. I love Big Cities and Dimples. Wanderlust. Scandal. I have a thing for Sunsets and City Lights. Take your time..Breathe.. Enjoy ;-)

Viola Davis for MORE magazine (Sept., 2014)

Photography: Peggy Sirota

(Source: divalocity, via tattlingtemi)

tiffanyandco:

There’s no shortage of vantage points in New York City where one can spend a summer evening admiring the most famous skyline in the world. Fun fact: the Empire State Building’s distinctive Art Deco spire was originally designed to be a mooring mast for dirigibles. 

tiffanyandco:

There’s no shortage of vantage points in New York City where one can spend a summer evening admiring the most famous skyline in the world. Fun fact: the Empire State Building’s distinctive Art Deco spire was originally designed to be a mooring mast for dirigibles. 

(via africanexistence)

I wonder how defenders feel when they have to mark Zlatan. Like look at him 

maybe that’s why as english speakers we use ‘like’ and ‘um’ so much, we are always searching for words that aren’t there.

—nayyirah waheed (via feellng)

(via nattyideology)

voguememoirs:

fugeees:

Overall nigerians believe at night if your walking and someone calls you especially a voice you don’t recognise , never answer. someone/something else is calling you.

My mom is real on not whistling at night, because it brings bad things like snakes and witches.

Mehn I remember all the scary stories from secondary school. Smh. I dont like remembering them at alll at allll. 

And don’t sweep at night