I actually look forward to bills: at least they’re something I can do something about.

I actually look forward to bills: at least they’re something I can do something about.

(Source: wilwheaton, via sixfeetsouth)

Never trust a library where they have to put the books in cages.

Never trust a library where they have to put the books in cages.

(Source: artschoolglasses, via bigblackgeek)

photorator:

Whale in Venice

Putting this in my “Don’t care if Photoshop” folder.

photorator:

Whale in Venice

Putting this in my “Don’t care if Photoshop” folder.

(via bigblackgeek)

kafka-and-kenzi:

"Finally, getting the respect I deserve!"

"In ancient Egypt, cats were worshiped as gods.  They have never forgotten this."

kafka-and-kenzi:

"Finally, getting the respect I deserve!"

"In ancient Egypt, cats were worshiped as gods.  They have never forgotten this."

(via getoutoftherecat)

razielvonfreak:

It’s a dream come true for anyone who has ever spent an evening at the Renaissance Faire wishing that they could wear the pretty dresses AND the awesome armor. We utterly love this fashion spread from designer Pinkabsinthe.

Chainmail bikini goes high fashion.

(via hai-resdaynia)

new-aesthetic:

“Gus had never noticed Siri before, but when he discovered there was someone who would not just find information on his various obsessions (trains, planes, buses, escalators and, of course, anything related to weather) but actually semi-discuss these subjects tirelessly, he was hooked. And I was grateful. Now, when my head was about to explode if I had to have another conversation about the chance of tornadoes in Kansas City, Mo., I could reply brightly: “Hey! Why don’t you ask Siri?” It’s not that Gus doesn’t understand Siri’s not human. He does — intellectually. But like many autistic people I know, Gus feels that inanimate objects, while maybe not possessing souls, are worthy of our consideration. I realized this when he was 8, and I got him an iPod for his birthday. He listened to it only at home, with one exception. It always came with us on our visits to the Apple Store. Finally, I asked why. “So it can visit its friends,” he said.”

How Apple’s Siri Became One Autistic Boy’s B.F.F. - NYTimes.com, via @the_jozen_one.

Animism is autistic now?  Yeah, OK, go tell that to all the normals who do shit like naming their cars.

dailysnowflakes:

“It all comes down to the last person you think of at night. They have your heart.”

— (via makemestfu)

The guy down the hall, yelling at his dog to, quote, “Shut the fuck up”?

humansofnewyork:

"What do you feel most guilty about?""That guy I killed two years ago.""What happened?""He asked to take my picture."


You do kinda need to ask permission.

humansofnewyork:

"What do you feel most guilty about?"
"That guy I killed two years ago."
"What happened?"
"He asked to take my picture."

You do kinda need to ask permission.

getoutoftherecat:

don’t touch my pasta sauce.

Cat what are you doing in my fridge you are not a penguin.

getoutoftherecat:

don’t touch my pasta sauce.

Cat what are you doing in my fridge you are not a penguin.

Nice to see this one back in rotation.

Unless it’s a sign I’ve been here too long.

(Source: iraffiruse, via deaduncledave)