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rawrveganrawr:

I was also able to try rambutans for the first time today! Most awesome-looking fruit I have ever encountered :D Some awesome dude I know said they looked like Sesame Street monsters (which made me giggle) :p I absolutely love the flavour of these! I’m not sure how to describe them… sweet, light and squidgy? And totally delicious!

rawrveganrawr:

I was also able to try rambutans for the first time today! Most awesome-looking fruit I have ever encountered :D Some awesome dude I know said they looked like Sesame Street monsters (which made me giggle) :p I absolutely love the flavour of these! I’m not sure how to describe them… sweet, light and squidgy? And totally delicious!

innocentpunkrockkids:

"The brain can get sick too." 

Re-make of this post.

End mental health stigma.

here-in-the-room:

huffingtonpost:

IKEA ADVERTISES ADOPTABLE DOGS IN STORES, BECAUSE EVERY HOME NEEDS A RESCUE PUP

The idea to display the pets inside the store started in Singapore as a collaboration between Ikea and two animal shelters, according to Business Insider. Together they formed the project Home for Hope.

Watch the full video and also learn which state in the United States will be adopting pet displays in their Ikea stores here. 

this actually broke my heart a little bit and i cried what has the internet done to me wait no i just FUCKING LOVE DOGS SO MUCH

erikkwakkel:

Norwich pattern books

These happy-looking books from the 18th century contain records. Not your regular historical records - who had died or was born, or how much was spent on bread and beer - but a record of cloth patterns available for purchase by customers. They survive from cloth producers in Norwich, England, and they are truly one of a kind: a showcase of cloth slips with handwritten numbers next to them for easy reference. The two lower images are from a pattern book of the Norwich cloth manufacturer John Kelly, who had such copies shipped to overseas customers in the 1760s. Hundreds of these beautiful objects must have circulated in 18th-century Europe, but they were almost all destroyed. The ones that do survive paint a colourful picture of a trade that made John and his colleagues very rich.

Pics: the top two images are from an 18th-century Norwich pattern book shown here; the lower ones are from a copy kept in the Victoria & Albert Museum in London (item 67-1885), more here.

madgirlf:

c4ptured:

i wanna go to Venice 


One of my favorite places in the world

madgirlf:

c4ptured:

i wanna go to Venice 

One of my favorite places in the world

Being an artist means forever healing your own wounds and at the same time endlessly exposing them.
Annette Messager  (via i-love-art)

cuntaggious:

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cuntaggious:

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