steveinaspeedo:

Damn that smells good.

steveinaspeedo:

Damn that smells good.

(via ladyhistory)

jedavu:

Drawings 2013

by Sungwon

at the job interview

  • interviewer: i see you have photoshop experience. can i see your portfolio?
  • me: of course! *hands the interviewer a folder containing hundreds of "today is the day marty mcfly goes to the future" images*
  • interviewer: you're hired
funnywildlife:

twit twoo

funnywildlife:

twit twoo

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ihideinmymusic:

893thecurrent:

St. Vincent at the State Theatre in Minneapolis. Photos by Nate Ryan. See more.

Currently on Tumblr radar 8)

allthingsstrange:

Ornate and complex astronomy charts from Tibet.

allthingsstrange:

Ornate and complex astronomy charts from Tibet.

(via mererecorder)

Album Art

weekendplaylist:

sacred heart // the civil wars

(via gretagrwigs)

ArtistThe Civil Wars
TitleSacred Heart
AlbumThe Civil Wars
theatlantic:

How to Stop Wasting Time Comparison Shopping

Recently, my husband and I wanted to buy some new sheets. But how to choose? Would they lose their shape over the years? Begin to pill?
A friend pointed us to Sweethome's recent sheet review. This was no joke. These testers had examined the cotton fibers under a microscope, washed the sheets multiple times, and even given them a literal smell test to make sure they didn’t have any noxious post-factory odors. We were suitably impressed, and bought their recommended sheets without thinking about it twice.
But the experience left me curious about this magical little site. Who were these people and why were they so serious about sheets? I decided to ask Jacqui Cheng, editor-in-chief of Sweethome and its partner tech-site, Wirecutter, about the work they do and why it matters. A lightly edited transcript of our conversation follows.
Read more. [Image: Alex Farris/The Sweethome]

theatlantic:

How to Stop Wasting Time Comparison Shopping

Recently, my husband and I wanted to buy some new sheets. But how to choose? Would they lose their shape over the years? Begin to pill?

A friend pointed us to Sweethome's recent sheet review. This was no joke. These testers had examined the cotton fibers under a microscope, washed the sheets multiple times, and even given them a literal smell test to make sure they didn’t have any noxious post-factory odors. We were suitably impressed, and bought their recommended sheets without thinking about it twice.

But the experience left me curious about this magical little site. Who were these people and why were they so serious about sheets? I decided to ask Jacqui Cheng, editor-in-chief of Sweethome and its partner tech-site, Wirecutter, about the work they do and why it matters. A lightly edited transcript of our conversation follows.

Read more. [Image: Alex Farris/The Sweethome]

ekjohnston:

chubbycartwheels:

If there was ever a scene in a movie that needed a gif, it’s this.

Word.

(via theashleyclements)

ageoftheart:

Charing Cross Bridge
Artist: André DerainYear: 1906Type: Oil on canvas

ageoftheart:

Charing Cross Bridge

Artist: André Derain
Year: 1906
Type: Oil on canvas

(via achillesaesthetic)

durkin62:

watchoutboy:

OH MY GOD WHY, WHY DO YOU DO THIS ON A SITE WITH 13 YEAR OLDS WHO WILL ACTUALLY TRY THIS, STOP

Natural selection.

durkin62:

watchoutboy:

OH MY GOD WHY, WHY DO YOU DO THIS ON A SITE WITH 13 YEAR OLDS WHO WILL ACTUALLY TRY THIS, STOP

Natural selection.

(via officialasshat)