dustjacketattic:

ando-studio design

dustjacketattic:

ando-studio design

presidentobarna:

keheliya:

They were only allowed to bring one sheet to the physics exam…

I’m in awe.

presidentobarna:

keheliya:

They were only allowed to bring one sheet to the physics exam…

I’m in awe.

alegorys:

This is my favorite picture of Drake.

alegorys:

This is my favorite picture of Drake.

Has anyone else noticed that February 2015 is the perfect month?

muirin007:

themaskednegro:

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I actually let out a pleased little squeak when I saw this because ohhh man, that is beautiful.

type-lover:

Script Stidies
by Christopher Craig

asian:

asian:

I just moved to Canada recently and Canadians have their milk in a bag.

It’s actually so much better than cartons because it makes less waste and doesn’t take up a lot of space in your fridge!image

I FUCKING HATE MILK IN A BAG

WHO THE FUCK THOUGHT OF THIS IDEA

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leafj:

who-:

Norways powerful memorial shows a cut within nature

On July 22, 2011, an island in Norway called Utøya made headlines when right-wing extremist Anders Behring Breivik opened fire at those at a youth camp there, killing 69 people in an unspeakable act of violence. Coupled with Breivik’s first attack, a car bomb explosion in Oslo that killed eight people, a total of 77 lives were tragically lost in the deadliest attack in Norway since World War II. The act of terrorism created a shock felt throughout the world.
To commemorate the lives lost, an international competition was held to design official memorial sites. A committee received 300 submissions from creatives including architects and artists from 46 countries. Just last month, the winner was announced. Swedish artist Jonas Dahlberg’s design of a symbolic wound, or a cut within nature, was unanimously chosen for being “artistically highly original and interesting.” It is called Memory Wound. As the jury wrote, “The proposal is radical and brave, and evokes the tragic events in a physical and direct manner.”
The cut is a three-and-a-half-meter wide excavation on the Sørbråten peninsula, which faces the island of Utøya. The gap will now make it impossible to reach the end of the headland. The names of the victims will be engraved onto a wall but visitors will not be able to touch them. This is meant to evoke “the sense of sudden loss combined with the long-term missing and remembrance of those who perished.”
The landmass, taken out of the rocky landscape, will be transplanted to another memorial site in Oslo where it will be used to create a temporary memorial pathway. The proposal also calls for trees to be taken from the island and moved to Oslo, to maintain the relationship between the two sites. (original post)


wow.

leafj:

who-:

Norways powerful memorial shows a cut within nature

On July 22, 2011, an island in Norway called Utøya made headlines when right-wing extremist Anders Behring Breivik opened fire at those at a youth camp there, killing 69 people in an unspeakable act of violence. Coupled with Breivik’s first attack, a car bomb explosion in Oslo that killed eight people, a total of 77 lives were tragically lost in the deadliest attack in Norway since World War II. The act of terrorism created a shock felt throughout the world.

To commemorate the lives lost, an international competition was held to design official memorial sites. A committee received 300 submissions from creatives including architects and artists from 46 countries. Just last month, the winner was announced. Swedish artist Jonas Dahlberg’s design of a symbolic wound, or a cut within nature, was unanimously chosen for being “artistically highly original and interesting.” It is called Memory Wound. As the jury wrote, “The proposal is radical and brave, and evokes the tragic events in a physical and direct manner.”

The cut is a three-and-a-half-meter wide excavation on the Sørbråten peninsula, which faces the island of Utøya. The gap will now make it impossible to reach the end of the headland. The names of the victims will be engraved onto a wall but visitors will not be able to touch them. This is meant to evoke “the sense of sudden loss combined with the long-term missing and remembrance of those who perished.”

The landmass, taken out of the rocky landscape, will be transplanted to another memorial site in Oslo where it will be used to create a temporary memorial pathway. The proposal also calls for trees to be taken from the island and moved to Oslo, to maintain the relationship between the two sites. (original post)

wow.

nevver:

Doghouse Diaries

gingersofficial:

my-wayward-shawn:

popculturesavvyangel:

itsjustayoyo:

How does

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go to

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and

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makes

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while

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goes to

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aND THIS

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FRIGGIN

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bUT

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AND

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*cries violently* mY CHILDHOOD

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TO

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*SHAKES VIOLENTLY*

it gives us hope

CAN THEY REDO THIS SHOW WERE THEYRE ALL IN COLLEGE

I WANT TO FUCK EVERY SINGLE ONE OF THEM

mooseleys:

answering the door when you’re home alone like

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shitshilarious:

possumoftheeast:

nyannerz:

what the fuucckk

PRAISE THE SUN! 

KNEEL BEFORE THE SOLAR VIKING

shitshilarious:

possumoftheeast:

nyannerz:

what the fuucckk

PRAISE THE SUN! 

KNEEL BEFORE THE SOLAR VIKING

lacigreen:

ok but this is literally what “boys will be boys” means

lacigreen:

ok but this is literally what “boys will be boys” means

lulz-time:

She will be okay…It’s just a stage she is going through…

lulz-time:

She will be okay…It’s just a stage she is going through…

fearsomeinnovation:

starlightexcellent:

My roommates and I carved pumpkins.

I made this one.

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Here it is with a candle.

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Happy Halloween.

GOD

tastefullyoffensive:

[channelate] (bonus panel)