1. friends!!!!! tourists!!!!! comrades!!!!!!

     
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  3. sherlockstark:

    makochantachibanana:

    anya333:

    When I was little me and my friends used to make paper flip phones in class and this made me tear up a little

    HOW DO YOU DO THAT

    it’s called a paper prototype, friends, and mobile app designers have to do it sometimes in lieu of building a real functional one during user testing

    (Source: peterfromtexas, via from-victory)

     
  4. Eartha Kitt photographed by Gordon Parks, 1952

    (Source: deborahkerr, via oxblood)

     

  5. (Source: occupt, via struos)

     
  6. moma:

    Marc Chagall, born this day in 1887, painted this dreamlike birthday scene in 1915. 

    [Marc Chagall. Birthday. 1915.] 

     
  7. midburial:

    Inland Empire (2006)

    Directed by David Lynch

    AHHHHHhhhh

     
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  10. renamonkalou:

    Angawi house, Jeddah, Arabia Saudita

    (via oxblood)

     
  11. moma:

    Frida Kahlo, born today in 1907, painted this powerful work shortly after divorcing Diego Rivera, who had been unfaithful. 

    [Frida Kahlo. Self-Portrait with Cropped Hair. 1940.]

    (via fbgs)

     
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  13. hi kate

     

  14. "

    Here are the words that men were most likely to recognize over women:

    • codec (88, 48)
    • solenoid (87, 54)
    • golem (89, 56)
    • mach (93, 63)
    • humvee (88, 58)
    • claymore (87, 58)
    • scimitar (86, 58)
    • kevlar (93, 65)
    • paladin (93, 66)
    • bolshevism (85, 60)
    • biped (86, 61)
    • dreadnought (90, 66)

    And here are the words that women were most likely to know over men:

    • taffeta (48, 87)
    • tresses (61, 93)
    • bottlebrush (58, 89)
    • flouncy (55, 86)
    • mascarpone (60, 90)
    • decoupage (56, 86)
    • progesterone (63, 92)
    • wisteria (61, 89)
    • taupe (66, 93)
    • flouncing (67, 94)
    • peony (70, 96)
    • bodice (71, 96)
    "
    — Linguistics researchers explore the gender gap in our vocabulary. For a pause-giving counterpart, see Leonard Shlain on how the invention of the alphabet usurped female power in society. (via explore-blog)
     
  15. "coffee" by sylvan esso (thank you carly) - this combines sad party ppl and dancing, my #1 fave combo