Play on, playa.

Play on, playa.

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Before & After

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Julia Child

Julia Child

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unimpressedcats:

Yes this is my ID officer

unimpressedcats:

Yes this is my ID officer

(Source: akihabarafashion, via m1k3ox)

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huffingtonpost:

Star Wars Tuesday — Carlton style. 
(Source: Google Plus)

huffingtonpost:

Star Wars Tuesday — Carlton style. 

(Source: Google Plus)

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They should import them to my backyard.  Snails do nothing but thrive there, I can single handedly bring back the population. 

You’re welcome.


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molluscainthehouse:

Polymita picta, the stunning Cuban painted snail. Sadly, these snails are currently endangered due to the high demand for their gorgeously colored shells.

Source: The Featured Creature

love these guys - look just like candy! 

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statuemania:

Perseus and the Head of Medusa
by Frederick William Pomeroy, 1898.

statuemania:

Perseus and the Head of Medusa

by Frederick William Pomeroy, 1898.

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nebulasnovasandnightsky:

look if you unironically say ‘money can’t buy happiness’ then either you’ve never faced a real financial struggle or you’ve achieved enlightenment, because goddamn does financial security feel an awful lot like happiness when it’s something you’re not used to

Or you have had plenty of money in the bank (at least at one point) and you were still a miserable prick. That was pretty much me after a six figure settlement.

Don’t worry, I blew it all.

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I’m guessing this is intended to be pious Evangelical airbrushed art on the family’s PT cruiser showing they are engulfed in the fire of the Holy Ghost…

…But honestly it looks a family drowning in rainbow colored sperm.

mapsontheweb:

San Serriffe is a fictional island nation created for April Fools’ Day, 1977, by Britain’s Guardian newspaper.
An elaborate description of the nation, using puns and plays on words relating to typography (such as “sans-serif” and names of common fonts), was reported as legitimate news. Because typographic terminology had not yet spread through widespread use of desktop publishing and word processing software, these jokes were easily missed by the general public, and many readers were fooled.

Brilliant

mapsontheweb:

San Serriffe is a fictional island nation created for April Fools’ Day, 1977, by Britain’s Guardian newspaper.

An elaborate description of the nation, using puns and plays on words relating to typography (such as “sans-serif” and names of common fonts), was reported as legitimate news. Because typographic terminology had not yet spread through widespread use of desktop publishing and word processing software, these jokes were easily missed by the general public, and many readers were fooled.

Brilliant

(Source: geog.ucsb.edu)

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"I am the reason for my own sadness"

an eight word story (b.p)

(Source: liv3d-a-lie, via youthfountains)

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gasoline-station:

Woods Bagot reinterprets the colosseum with AS roma stadium

all images courtesy of stadio della roma / Woods Bagot


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#DutchOven collection

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Blueberry muffins in #Griswold #CastIron #æbleskiver pan

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I have the sexiest house guests

I have the sexiest house guests

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