TALES FROM A TWENTY SOMETHING

"Nostalgia is a dirty liar that insists things were better than they seemed."

- Michelle K., I Can’t Stop Questioning It.  (via fuckingcamilla)

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Jul 29
Jul 29

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"By our stumbling, the world is perfected."

- Sri Aurobindo (via lazyyogi)

Jul 29
Jul 29

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"I won’t kiss you. It might get to be a habit and I can’t get rid of habits."

- F. Scott Fitzgerald (via fearlessknightsandfairytales)

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Jul 29
acehotel:

Pittsburgh, PA
The Last Billboard is on the corner of S Highland Ave and Baum Blvd in Pittsburgh. It’s got five lines that take on up to twenty-eight characters each, which — if arithmetic serves — adds up to an eerily familiar number. Every month, the wooden letters are changed out and into a new arrangement, as curated by artist/social practitioner Jon Rubin. 
Jul 29

acehotel:

Pittsburgh, PA

The Last Billboard is on the corner of S Highland Ave and Baum Blvd in Pittsburgh. It’s got five lines that take on up to twenty-eight characters each, which — if arithmetic serves — adds up to an eerily familiar number. Every month, the wooden letters are changed out and into a new arrangement, as curated by artist/social practitioner Jon Rubin

Jul 28

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canadianbeerandpostmodernism:

“They have crappy jobs, bad apartments with terrible roommates who have even more terrible boyfriends, and almost no money. What they do have is each other, and the creativity that comes with their presumed liberal arts degrees to embrace whatever situation they find themselves in. It’s far more entertaining—and, let’s be honest, realistic—than most recent television and film portrayals of young women. They’re not obsessed with jumpstarting their confusingly trendy cupcake business, like on Two Broke Girls, or trying to get/stay famous in a glamorous big city like on pretty much every reality show. Their lives kind of suck, and they need to do something to distract themselves. Every day.”-Stephanie Butnick, Tablet Magazine
Jul 28

canadianbeerandpostmodernism:

They have crappy jobs, bad apartments with terrible roommates who have even more terrible boyfriends, and almost no money. What they do have is each other, and the creativity that comes with their presumed liberal arts degrees to embrace whatever situation they find themselves in. It’s far more entertaining—and, let’s be honest, realistic—than most recent television and film portrayals of young women. They’re not obsessed with jumpstarting their confusingly trendy cupcake business, like on Two Broke Girls, or trying to get/stay famous in a glamorous big city like on pretty much every reality show. Their lives kind of suck, and they need to do something to distract themselves. Every day.”-Stephanie Butnick, Tablet Magazine

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Jul 26

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Jul 26

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moleskinelovers:

when chairs have affairs
karlotta freier
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Jul 25

moleskinelovers:

when chairs have affairs

karlotta freier

http://karlottafreier.tumblr.com

Jul 25

artruby:

Mwangi Hutter, Reign (2012). 

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blushresponse:

Bill Murray & Sofia Coppola
Jul 25

blushresponse:

Bill Murray & Sofia Coppola

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rhetthammersmithhorror:

Paranoia sent shivers through Dethnettle’s quivers.
Jul 24

rhetthammersmithhorror:

Paranoia sent shivers through Dethnettle’s quivers.

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nyctaeus:

Ted Lawson - Entropy Is A Myth
Jul 24

nyctaeus:

Ted Lawson - Entropy Is A Myth

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