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You:Why are you breathing so hard?
Me:I've been running.
You:From what?
Me:Oh, not from anything, but towards something.
You:What?
Me:Well, you, of course.
3 months ago
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alexanderchee:

harperperennial:

laughingsquid:

What If Books Worked Like Infinite-Scrolling Webpages by xkcd

I don’t use the endless scrolling feature on tumblr.

Books still win sometimes, so hard.

alexanderchee:

harperperennial:

laughingsquid:

What If Books Worked Like Infinite-Scrolling Webpages by xkcd

I don’t use the endless scrolling feature on tumblr.

Books still win sometimes, so hard.

3 months ago
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Why are Teachers in Teen Media Always Crazy, Pervy or Just Bad at Teaching?

thetangential:

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I just finished reading Rainbow Rowell’s Eleanor & Park, which almost everyone except for angry Minnesotan parents agree is a great YA book. It was named the Best Children’s Book of 2013 by Publisher’s Weekly, an NPR Best Book of 2013, and John Green loved it. I liked it quite a bit as…

3 months ago
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photojojo:

Medical physicist turned fine art photographer Arie van’t Riet uses an x-ray machine to capture bits and pieces of nature in hauntingly beautiful ways. 

Nature Through an X-Ray Machine

via 123 Inspiration

3 months ago
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un-spooky:

… I guess it was a killer joke, eh Tony? :D

(Source: un-sunny, via brushrealityaside)

3 months ago
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brushrealityaside:

Best shirt or best shirt amiright

brushrealityaside:

Best shirt or best shirt amiright

3 months ago
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In one way or another, this is the oldest story in America: the struggle to determine whether “we, the people” is a moral compact embedded in a political contract or merely a charade masquerading as piety and manipulated by the powerful and privileged to sustain their own way of life at the expense of others.