tehjennismightier:

shortsexual:

porcelain-horse-horselain:

northwestwade:

Oh my god

I’ve watched this 3-second clip like eighteen times 

what

This is an automatic reblog for me.

Just watch it. 

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de-fine-art:

As a young architect and wanna-be fine artist, I am absolutely mesmerized by artist Jeremy Mann.

The way he instills the somber energy and flow in his cityscapes, bringing them to just the right level of abstraction, makes you feel as though you are there with him in a dream you can’t quite remember clearly.

Found via Fubiz.

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darkarfs:

This is a gif from the 1993 Hulk Hogan movie Mr. Nanny. And I have one question…why is that guy in the background throwing his dog into the river? 

darkarfs:

This is a gif from the 1993 Hulk Hogan movie Mr. Nanny. And I have one question…why is that guy in the background throwing his dog into the river? 

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jimmielovesyou:

This is beautiful…A-MAZ-ING!

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makemecum-berbatch:

Sonnet 130 by William Shakespeare read by Alan Rickman

Welp, now I have to fuck Alan Rickman again. 

(Reblogged from absquatulate)

If you liked the all satin quilt, you’ll love the all satin AND VELVET quilt I’m making that’s currently trying to defeat my soul. Have you ever tried to sew satin to crushed velvet? Go try and sew your bed comforter to a Downy dryer sheet. Or sew your own hair to a cheese puff. Or a butterfly to another, more delicate butterfly. With palsy.

IT’S DIFFICULT IS WHAT I’M SAYING.

Floral and satin quilt. I’m going to start using satin strips to sash cotton blocks more often, I really like the look. Plus more satin is always a step in the right direction. 

Use coupon code YAYTUMBLR for 20% off any purchase, satin or not. 

absquatulate:

thejunglenook:

punned:

huffingtonpost:

People have offered many potential explanations for this discrepancy, but this ad highlights the importance of the social cues that push girls away from math and science in their earliest childhood years.

Watch the powerful Verizon advertisement to really understand what a little girl hears when you tell her she’s pretty.

this really means a lot to me.

Lots of women in STEM feels here.

THIS THIS THIS is why whenever I’m with a child, for every time I hear a gendered comment about their abilities I respond with a counter-example. Kids need to hear both on both sides: boys need to hear that it’s okay to be sensitive and to cry and to play with babies, and girls need to hear it’s okay to get dirty and ask questions.

I do this with my granddaughters. For every time I tell them how pretty they look I make sure to back that up with three compliments about their strength, intelligence, and capability. I honestly try to keep track because it’s an easy trap to fall into.

(FULL DISCLOSURE: One of my granddaughters is a one-year-old baby, so I’m straight up lying to her about at least two of those things at any given time. It’s the principle. THE PRINCIPLE.)

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(Reblogged from absquatulate)

youngparis:

Cocoon and Evolved Metallic Mechanitis Butterfly Chrysalis from Costa Rica

Well the caterpillars sure seem to have their shit together. We need to start making some evolutionary progress, humans, or the butterflies are going to run right the fuck over us. 

(Reblogged from stregafiore)

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