I know I would.
not only would i kiss that loveliness… i would hope to feel it in my ass as well… i’d be a happy little bitch boi at that moment.
Swallow every inch AND whatever came out of it…
without a doubt
is very good to dance
The Massage 1883 by Édouard Debat-Ponsan (Toulouse, 25 April 1847 – Paris, 29 January 1913)
Karma by Do Ho Suh
Karma is a 23 feet sculpture installed in the Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden at the New Orleans Museum of Art by Korean sculptor Do Ho Suh (who happens to be the son of Se Ok Suh, one of the most prominent modern artists of its time in South Korea).
The piece depicts a tower of piggy-backed men, each successively covering the eyes of the man below him, creating an illusion that the blinded tower seems to stretch to infinity like a fractal. The artist, who is known for his work with multiple figures, also installed a smaller bronze version of Karma at the Albright Knox Museum.