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January 25 2018

06:34
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January 21 2018

18:08
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thelilnan:

st-louis-is-spooky:

evaunit08:

A k mart that’s closing would be the best place to have a mental breakdown

This gives off more evil energy than a normal K-Mart, which is saying a lot because K-Mart already gives off a very bad energy

that fucking SCP monster’s gonna materialize outta nowhere in here

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carsthatnevermadeitetc:

Renault Gabbiano, 1983, by Italdesign. A concept for a 4-seat sport coupé with gullwing doors which was the beginning of Italdesign’s relationship with Renault. Gabbiano is Italian for Seagull

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January 19 2018

20:49

ilikesallydonovan:

rohamburger:

relyabittooheavily:

langernameohnebedeutung:

involverad:

tugoslavija:

Goethe-Institut did a web series a while back aimed at new arrivals in Germany and I like how it make sure to teach people that a lot of Germans are rude af

like, this is a genuine scene from an ep:

#Ok but for a second there I was like #this is a bit exaggerated #it’s not that rude to say hi to strangers #just a bit weird #but then I realised #the rude person is probably meant to be the one ignoring the ‘hi' 

Well she’s obviously doing it wrong. You got to mumble “Guten Tag” in no one’s actual direction upon entering the waiting room. Then you don’t speak a word (you gotta grab a magazine though, because if you’re on your mobile people will find that asocial) until the doctor calls you and when you get back to retrieve your jacket you mumble “Auf Wiedersehen”.

If you say “Guten Tag” while sitting down it’s either because you’re passive-aggressively shaming the person you’re talking to for not saying “Guten Tag” (which is of course highly respectable, but weird if they did say it) or worse: 

You’re trying to make small-talk.

See also: when entering a crowded bus, tram, subway or train, you do not say a single word. You look for an empty bench. If there are none, you will have a neighbour. You stop at an empty spot and mumble something like “tschulli-ng” or “s-nch-frei?” to the person occupying the other spot on the bench. You nod in an upward direction. They reply a mumbled “türlich” while vaguely looking somewhere near your face and moving their bag if neccessary. You sit down, nod gratefully, and keep your mouth shut for the rest of the ride. Neither of you wanted this. You wanted freedom. Don’t bother each other.

If an entire bench in front of you becomes available at the next stop, though, it is not the polite thing to free your neighbour and yourself up. No, you stay right where you are. The silent stranger next to you is your silent stranger now.


Welcome to Germany. This is how we express love.

None of these people are joking.

And if you’re the one sitting at the window and you want to get off at the next stop, you begin to loudly rustle with your bag whatever, because that way you can signal the other person that you need them to get up without having to speak to them.

So… that’s not how is it done in other parts of the world?

January 16 2018

08:57

xanrio:

nyagga:

pizza rolls are just spaghetti flavored tide pods

December 31 2017

15:07
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hamsters-in-cups:

his name is cookie dough

December 24 2017

16:27
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jjsinterlude:

thatpettyblackgirl:

This is #BlackExcellence 

This man is so talented!!!

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turquoise-tiddies:

nebulafaerie:

uie:

fuwaprince:

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Seriously thank you.

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December 22 2017

13:31
We are all sick of the jokes that no longer feel funny: lines about the lack of women in tech, about obscenely rich 20-somethings, about awkward coders with bad people skills, about “hustling” and growth at any cost. It all feels inappropriate.
Silicon Valley Techies Still Think They’re the Good Guys. They’re Not.

December 18 2017

20:52

December 12 2017

19:18
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Found an old film, had it developed. I have no idea when I took this photo.

Ilford HP5 Plus / Yashica T4

December 10 2017

09:53
You become what you think about all day long.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
(via wordsnquotes)

Food?

09:50
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November 26 2017

16:10
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mangodebango:

Styx, Van Display Contest, 1979.

November 17 2017

15:11
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November 12 2017

20:35
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carsthatnevermadeitetc:

Honda Accord Aerodeck Car of the Year Japan Memorial Edition, 1986 (top pic). A special edition which celebrated the 3rd generation Accord winning the Japanese Car of the Year award in 1985. The 3-door shooting brake version of the Accord only lasted one generation 

November 11 2017

22:25
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carsthatnevermadeitetc:

Lotus Esprit JPS Edition, 1978. At the 2017 NEC Classic Car Show

November 10 2017

22:05
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