First World Anarchists Who Don’t Give a Damn About Rules

Rules are made to be broken. You’ve probably heard this saying right? It’s the call of the rebel, a belief that rules stifle creativity and progress, that there is a need for boundaries to be pushed. In our orderly world we’ve pretty much gotten living by the rules down to a tee. That makes those arbitrary acts of insurrection, no matter how trivial they may be, feel like a small victory against the system.

First world anarchy.

First world anarchy.

First world anarchy.

First world anarchy.

First world anarchy.

First world anarchy.

First world anarchy.

First world anarchy.

First world anarchy.

First world anarchy.

First world anarchy.

First world anarchy.

First world anarchy.

First world anarchy.

First world anarchy.

First world anarchy.

First world anarchy.

First world anarchy.

First world anarchy.

First world anarchy.

First world anarchy.

First world anarchy.

First world anarchy.

First world anarchy.

5 thoughts on “First World Anarchists Who Don’t Give a Damn About Rules”

  1. Skittles and M&Ms! That’s really mean. It’s like putting raisin cookies in a chocolate chip bin. Way to ruin a party.

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  2. The 2 girls touching the antique furniture upsets me. There’s a good reason for that. Otherwise, rock on.

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