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puto1:

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it’s almost spoopy time.

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guys what’s the protocol when twitter starts telling your boyfriend to follow men you’ve previously dated

how to handle

why twitter why



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mvlans:

when someone says something so wrong that really pisses you off but you don’t wanna start an argument so you just sit there like

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imsirius:

What is your favorite moment of joy? It could be anything. Like the smell of fresh grass, or wearing a new pair of shoes for the first time. x



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newyorker:

The photographer Sebastião Salgado spent eight years shooting untarnished landscapes, seascapes, and communities for his “Genesis” series. The project aims to create awareness of the environment and climate change.

Photographs by Sebastião Salgado/Amazonas Images/Contact Press Images


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texasannie:

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thetownofmacaron:

THIS IS THE PERFECT DESCRIPTION OF ME

This is my life

I can very much relate. But if everybody does this, we’re probably all fine.


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theparisreview:

“Reading a collection of letters from the beginning straight through to the end is one step up from reading the phone book.”
This week’s staff picks, including Samuel Beckett’s letters, death row dinner, and Bard without Leon Botstein.

guys remember that time i transcribed a bunch of beckett’s letters into a notebook because i wasn’t allowed to print them and i needed the info before the next collection of letters was published because of that thesis i wroteremember IRELANDsamuel beckett u r ok but ur handwriting is atrocious

theparisreview:

“Reading a collection of letters from the beginning straight through to the end is one step up from reading the phone book.”

This week’s staff picks, including Samuel Beckett’s letters, death row dinner, and Bard without Leon Botstein.

guys remember that time i transcribed a bunch of beckett’s letters into a notebook because i wasn’t allowed to print them and i needed the info before the next collection of letters was published because of that thesis i wrote

remember IRELAND

samuel beckett u r ok but ur handwriting is atrocious


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fsgbooks:

Nominated for a National Book Award, John Darnielle’s Wolf in White Van unfolds in reverse until we arrive at both the beginning and the climax. 
Read the excerpt here


you don’t understand you need to read this

fsgbooks:

Nominated for a National Book Award, John Darnielle’s Wolf in White Van unfolds in reverse until we arrive at both the beginning and the climax. 

Read the excerpt here

you don’t understand you need to read this


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iaintafraidofnoghost:

candiedmoon:

Seal befriends woman sitting on the beach - Video

this is the cutest thing ever and I can’t handle it

I act a lot like this seal when I want attention.


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bobbycaputo:

Photographers Giving Back: Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep

It’s not uncommon for photographers to want to use their chosen profession as a vehicle to do good. There are a number of photography based charities out there and all in all, they’re in it for the right reasons.

Speaking of the right reasons, if you’re a parent, you will really appreciate Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep (NILMDTS). It’s an organization that provides the free gift of professional portraiture to parents who are dealing with the loss of a baby.

While I’m fortunate to have three healthy children myself, my brother and his wife lost their third child right before birth. I vividly remember the pain and anguish his family went through and their desire to treat their daughter like any other member of the family who had passed.

I can only imagine that had a service like this been available, they would have jumped at the opportunity to remember their daughter with a portrait. It would have provided the opportunity for them to remember the beauty of their newborn daughter and not the struggles she (and they) felt.

Since NILMDTS was founded, over 11,000 volunteers have been part of the network. It reaches every state in the United States and has been or is present in 40 countries worldwide.

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