thejogging:

Pizza Table, 2013

Margherita Pizza, Monobloc Chair

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(via timothydelaghetto)

miyukiohashi:

Suki Waterhouse  スキ・ウォーターハウス

Check out different angle on Instagram!

lizclimo:

that’s a much better costume. 

:)

(via tastefullyoffensive)

1112pm:

 

edenwolfie:

my year 8 students had to do a budgeting activity pretending they were living out of home on $2000 a month and I find this written on there help I can’t fucking breathe

“It does not matter how many times you get knocked down, but how many times you get up. -Vince Lombardi”
— (via 1112pm)

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Me as a wife

Me as a wife
ragafox:

you’ve got a lil’ somethin’ right there
ragafox:

you’ve got a lil’ somethin’ right there
ragafox:

you’ve got a lil’ somethin’ right there

ragafox:

you’ve got a lil’ somethin’ right there

(via anditslove)

“It is a curious thing, but as one travels the world getting older and older, it appears that happiness is easier to get used to than despair. The second time you have a root beer float, for instance, your happiness at sipping the delicious concoction may not be quite as enormous as when you first had a root beer float, and the twelfth time your happiness may be still less enormous, until root beer floats begin to offer you very little happiness at all, because you have become used to the taste of vanilla ice cream and root beer mixed together. However, the second time you find a thumbtack in your root beer float, your despair is much greater than the first time, when you dismissed the thumbtack as a freak accident rather than part of the scheme of a soda jerk, a phrase which here means “ice cream shop employee who is trying to injure your tongue,” and by the twelfth time you find a thumbtack, your despair is even greater still, until you can hardly utter the phrase “root beer float” without bursting into tears. It is almost as if happiness is an acquired taste, like coconut cordial or ceviche, to which you can eventually become accustomed, but despair is something surprising each time you encounter it.”
— Lemony Snicket, The End (via observando)

1112pm:

 

  • date the kind of people who will still respect you when you no longer love them
  • date the kind of people who will still respect you when they no longer love you
  • do not waste your emotional capacities on people whose respect for you is conditional

this is terribly important

fuckyeahfoodninja:

I can’t choose which one is more me

(via saundrababyy)