otomeinsanity:

the First Step to becoming a Fujoshi presented by Arai Tamako

Reblog because I think it’s relevant to many things the first time you come across it…………… I REGRET NOTHING.

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unlucky-artist:

Maybe the best sarcastic conversation in tv history 

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“Wait for someone who bumps mouths clumsily with yours cos they’re too busy smiling to kiss you properly. Yeah. Wait for that.”

Azra Tabassum (aka 5000letters)

This

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nenrinya:

Gorgeous heart-themed desserts ♥

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jerkpattillo:

ungratefullittleshit:

i’m feeling sick

no no no no

jerkpattillo:

ungratefullittleshit:

i’m feeling sick

no no no no

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andrysb24:

Yes
As a teacher who regularly finds lost erasers I can confirm this

andrysb24:

Yes

As a teacher who regularly finds lost erasers I can confirm this

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twofingerswhiskey:

reichenbachtrip:

chaiteaprincess:

sofakeitsfox:

Remember when every girl wanted this phone

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yoo if you had this phone in 2005 you were the coolest bitch on the block

I didn’t know this was a thing. my dad had this phone.

then your dad was the coolest bitch on the block no exceptions

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aseaofquotes:

— Jean-Paul Sartre

aseaofquotes:

Jean-Paul Sartre

aseaofquotes:

Marilynne Robinson, Housekeeping

aseaofquotes:

Marilynne Robinson, Housekeeping

evankart:

Do You Wanna Build a SnowDurin?

evankart:

Do You Wanna Build a SnowDurin?

haleighbaleighbee:

fashioninfographics:

How many times can you wear it between washes?
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Huh. I think this is the most important thing I’ve ever reblogged.

haleighbaleighbee:

fashioninfographics:

How many times can you wear it between washes?

Via

Huh. I think this is the most important thing I’ve ever reblogged.

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archiemcphee:

This awesome indoor maze is an interactive art installation currently on exhibit at the National Building Museum in Washington, DC. It’s the work of the Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), a Copenhagen and New York-based, internationally active group of architects, designers, builders and thinkers.

The BIG Maze is a vast labyrinth of Baltic birch plywood covering an area of roughly 60 square feet. It’s full of twists and turns made of up walls of varying heights that are18 feet tall at their tallest points. Those walls slope in toward the center of the maze, which enables visitors to see more of it as they progress through it. Upon reaching the heart of the maze viewers are rewarded with a complete view of the wooden labyrinth that surrounds them.

"‘The concept is simple: as you travel deeper into a maze, your path typically becomes more convoluted. What if we invert this scenario and create a maze that brings clarity and visual understanding upon reaching the heart of the labyrinth?’, explained Bjarke Ingels."

This design also means that exiting the maze is much easier than solving it. The BIG Maze will be open to the public through September 1, 2014.

Click here for a time-lapse video of the maze’s construction.

[via designboom and Architect Magazine]