The Spoon at a Spork Fight

tsvete:

vulpana:

tsvete:

vulpana:

tsvete:

vulpana replied to your post “I’d like to hug everyone who is not in San Diego right now.”

If you hug me, I’ll probably dissolve into a gross weeping mess, cry into your shoulder, and get tears all over your shirt. I appreciate the offer, though.

No problem at all. But we have to get pizza after we have cried what I can only imagine would be a pool the size of the Pacific. (I’ll probably cry too)

CRY FASTER THE PIZZA IS COMING. But we have to wait half an hour before swimming so we don’t get stomach cramps. 

Done.

I think I should mention that I can’t swim.

S’OK. We could have a duel with pool noodles in the shallow end. 

Also the image I have in my mind of said duel is hilarious.

Me too. I will probably end up sunburned and covered in noodle welts, but full of pizza and much happier. 

tsvete:

vulpana:

tsvete:

vulpana replied to your post “I’d like to hug everyone who is not in San Diego right now.”

If you hug me, I’ll probably dissolve into a gross weeping mess, cry into your shoulder, and get tears all over your shirt. I appreciate the offer, though.

No problem at all. But we have to get pizza after we have cried what I can only imagine would be a pool the size of the Pacific. (I’ll probably cry too)

CRY FASTER THE PIZZA IS COMING. But we have to wait half an hour before swimming so we don’t get stomach cramps. 

Done.

I think I should mention that I can’t swim.

S’OK. We could have a duel with pool noodles in the shallow end. 

tsvete:

vulpana replied to your post “I’d like to hug everyone who is not in San Diego right now.”

If you hug me, I’ll probably dissolve into a gross weeping mess, cry into your shoulder, and get tears all over your shirt. I appreciate the offer, though.

No problem at all. But we have to get pizza after we have cried what I can only imagine would be a pool the size of the Pacific. (I’ll probably cry too)

CRY FASTER THE PIZZA IS COMING. But we have to wait half an hour before swimming so we don’t get stomach cramps. 

abandonedography:

One of the most interesting and distinctive landmarks of mid-Cornwall, this is the granite outcrop of Roche Rock and the ruins of the chapel perched at the top.
Roche Rock by snowyturner

abandonedography:

One of the most interesting and distinctive landmarks of mid-Cornwall, this is the granite outcrop of Roche Rock and the ruins of the chapel perched at the top.

Roche Rock by snowyturner

Fleshtones, The - Take A Walk With The Fleshtones
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theunderestimator:

"Take A Walk With The Fleshtones" - The Fleshtones (1994)

Obviously borrowing The Kinks` guitar riff from "You Really Got Me", The Fleshtones recorded this epic single for their 1994 "Beautiful Light" album. Every element of their sound that has put them on the forefront of NY`s garage scene is present: solid guitar sound, hammering piano, Peter Zaremba`s playful vocals and a power pop mood to put you into high spirits.

Don`t you tell me you can resist tapping your feet or nodding your head to this upbeat garage rock stomper…

sedgewina:

Tibby, is our love real?

design-is-fine:

John Vassos, portable phonograph RCA Victor Special, 1937. Aluminium. RCA Manufacturing Company, USA. Via Wolfsonian

design-is-fine:

John Vassos, portable phonograph RCA Victor Special, 1937. Aluminium. RCA Manufacturing Company, USA. Via Wolfsonian

biomorphosis:

Raccoon dogs look very similar to raccoons but have no genetic similarities between them. They belong to the Canidae family, which are known to have distinct dog and wolf like characteristics and appearance. These animals are both carnivorous and omnivorous mammals.

They are monogamous and will mate for life. It is only if the mate dies or is killed, will the other search for a new mate. Two mates will hibernate in one den. During this period they will maintain close body contact to keep each other warm and will groom each other as well. This is a trait not practiced by canines, as dogs neither hibernate and nor are they monogamous in nature.

showslow:

Various installations in Italy, England, Japan and Germany by Esther Stocker | http://www.estherstocker.net/

likeafieldmouse:

James Turrell - Blue Planet Sky (2004)

stereoculturesociety:

CultureART: Light - Bruce Munro

Art installations exhibit, Longwood Gardens, Kenneth Square, PA. More info here

devidsketchbook:

Surreal Door Installations by Nicole Evans and Pat Farrell

Nope, not Photoshop. These outdoor door installations by Nicole Evans and Pat Farrell are part of Uncommon Common Art, an annual art treasure hunt of sorts in Kings County, Nova Scotia.

[Via thisiscolossal]

eggzakery:

*gorillaz feel good inc laugh*