1. Notes: 123267 / 2 hours ago  from 29lives (originally from happy---thoughts)
    aphrohdites:

please

    aphrohdites:

    please

    (Source: happy---thoughts)

     
  2. Notes: 1 / 2 hours ago 

    I am seriously around some of the smartest people in the world, and that makes me happy.

  3. Notes: 305 / 2 hours ago  from koenigzegg (originally from hakkalocken)

    (Source: hakkalocken)

     
  4. Notes: 9 / 2 hours ago  from howtobuildatimemachine (originally from fuckdrone)
    fuckdrone:

Cadillac Voyage (1998)

    fuckdrone:

    Cadillac Voyage (1998)

     
  5. Notes: 1276 / 2 hours ago  from koenigzegg (originally from automotivated)
    automotivated:

RENAULT ALPINE A110 1800

    automotivated:

    RENAULT ALPINE A110 1800

     
  6. Notes: 1 / 3 hours ago 

    This is honestly super good. The organic pasta is great too.

  7. 4 hours ago 

    It feels like winter jesus christ.

  8. Notes: 1 / 4 hours ago 

    The root of all humor is “the swerve”. This is an element of surprise built into the structure of a joke which pulls the audience off of the implied path into a punchline. The strength of a joke is related to how strongly the implied path is set and then how well you can craft a swerve that people can follow.

    The simplest joke I know of to use a swerve is a form of comic triple: a to-do list joke (“my weekend projects: 1- fix door, 2- sweep garage, 3- kill my wife”). The first two items establish a straight line to follow and the third swerves from it in a surprising way.

    Jokes can also intentionally not swerve, and exploit an audience’s expectation of a swerve to form the surprise element.

    One of my favorite types of jokes is latvian joke which as far as I can tell was invented by a guy named Chris Connolly, so (congratulate/get mad at) him for it, not me:

    "Joke: Man is hungry. He steal bread to feed family. Get home, find all family have sent Siberia! ‘More bread for me,’ man think. But bread have worm."

    The end.

    (Source: thelistserve.com)

  9. Notes: 265 / 5 hours ago  from foodfuck
    Blueberry crepes with vanilla ice cream

    Blueberry crepes with vanilla ice cream

     
  10. 9 hours ago 

    The smell of fresh pianos ahh…

  11. Notes: 2 / 12 hours ago 
    "I can always make more money but I can’t get back tonight."
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