© meliapond

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iguanamouth:

youre gonna look so goddamn cool

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runingly:

i don’t even watch this show and this is the strangest and cutest relationship ever

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red-lipstick:

Rune Guneriussen (b. 1977, Norway) - 1: A Clear Epical Dominance, 2009  2: An Upward Displacement, 2010  3: Ravnen Skriker Over Lavlandet, 2013  4: Revisit The Revolution, 2012  5: The Beauty Of The Elderly  6: Capacity To Breed And Recover, 2011  7: Evolution # 01, 2005  8:  Evolution # 02, 2005  9: Evolution # 03, 2005  10: Decompose Absorbing Matter, 2010    Photography, C-Print/Aluminium

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fuckyeahsexanddrugs:

this is literally what happens when a young adult starts working full time

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blue-author: bramblepatch:


from Passing English of the Victorian Era
I’m gonna bring this back if it’s the last thing I do

This is the greatest linguistic discovery in the English language since the pedigree of feels.

blue-author: bramblepatch:

from Passing English of the Victorian Era

I’m gonna bring this back if it’s the last thing I do

This is the greatest linguistic discovery in the English language since the pedigree of feels.

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thereal1990s:

Men In Black (1997)

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humansofnewyork:

"One of the magical things about theater is that it gathers a crowd of people in a quiet space, and each member of the audience gets to see how people respond differently to the different things being said on stage. The person next to you will laugh at something that you’d never think of laughing at, and you’ll get a glimpse into all the different ways of viewing the world. Unfortunately, so much theater today is less nuanced. It gives you a large dose of one way of thinking, in hopes of getting as many of the same type of people into the theater as possible."

humansofnewyork:

"One of the magical things about theater is that it gathers a crowd of people in a quiet space, and each member of the audience gets to see how people respond differently to the different things being said on stage. The person next to you will laugh at something that you’d never think of laughing at, and you’ll get a glimpse into all the different ways of viewing the world. Unfortunately, so much theater today is less nuanced. It gives you a large dose of one way of thinking, in hopes of getting as many of the same type of people into the theater as possible."

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fakedean:

I don’t know anything about Night Vale but this is beautiful

fakedean:

I don’t know anything about Night Vale but this is beautiful

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“‘Moon River’ was written for her. No one else had ever understood it so completely. There have been more than a thousand versions of ‘Moon River’, but hers is unquestionably the greatest" - Henry Mancini

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50eathaters:

Preach

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The best way to get kids to read a book is to say: ‘This book is not appropriate for your age, and it has all sorts of horrible things in it like sex and death and some really big and complicated ideas, and you’re better off not touching it until you’re all grown up. I’m going to put it on this shelf and leave the room for a while. Don’t open it. 
-  Philip Pullman (via abookblog)
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