Things You Should Probably Know, Because I Say So
dreamcircuit:

by thedurrrrian
The truth will set you free, but first it will piss you off.
Gloria Steinem (via yesdarlingido)
absurdlakefront:

122782:

Oh, okay.

I am listening to “I Want You Back” by the Jackson 5, and then I saw this dancing badger and realized I was given a gift by the universe.

absurdlakefront:

122782:

Oh, okay.

I am listening to “I Want You Back” by the Jackson 5, and then I saw this dancing badger and realized I was given a gift by the universe.

etsy:

Wanted (so badly): this sculptural wood-block fruit basket. 

etsy:

Wanted (so badly): this sculptural wood-block fruit basket

f0o0od:

glazed donuts
gapers:


One time we saw an ad for K-Mart on Addison. They were having a sale on photo portraits. For like 20 bucks you get the large portrait and wallet sized photos. I think this was 1994 or 1995. So we decided to take the sloth to K-Mart and get our portrait done. We opened up our closet pulled out some random stuff and I was like “Here Jim, you wear this God awful green polyester shirt.” I had a Lurex blouse. We had wigs that we bought in Hollywood from a trip we took to LA in the late 1980s. I had my Peg Bundy wig and Jim had a pompadour wig. But the pompadour wig had fallen so it was kind of floppy and disheveled. Before leaving for the photo shoot, I blacked out a couple of teeth.
We boxed up the sloth and headed to K-Mart. The photographer had no reaction when we took the sloth out of the box. No “Oh my god that’s funny” nothing. No reaction whatsoever. He was just like, “Could you hold that thing up just a little bit higher — that, that thing.” So he took the pictures and then he goes, “Would you like some pictures of the thing on its own?” It’s like the the solo baby photos. So they put the sloth on the stand and put some little stuffed animals around it.

Read more: The Story Behind the Sloth Family Portrait

gapers:

One time we saw an ad for K-Mart on Addison. They were having a sale on photo portraits. For like 20 bucks you get the large portrait and wallet sized photos. I think this was 1994 or 1995. So we decided to take the sloth to K-Mart and get our portrait done. We opened up our closet pulled out some random stuff and I was like “Here Jim, you wear this God awful green polyester shirt.” I had a Lurex blouse. We had wigs that we bought in Hollywood from a trip we took to LA in the late 1980s. I had my Peg Bundy wig and Jim had a pompadour wig. But the pompadour wig had fallen so it was kind of floppy and disheveled. Before leaving for the photo shoot, I blacked out a couple of teeth.

We boxed up the sloth and headed to K-Mart. The photographer had no reaction when we took the sloth out of the box. No “Oh my god that’s funny” nothing. No reaction whatsoever. He was just like, “Could you hold that thing up just a little bit higher — that, that thing.” So he took the pictures and then he goes, “Would you like some pictures of the thing on its own?” It’s like the the solo baby photos. So they put the sloth on the stand and put some little stuffed animals around it.

Read more: The Story Behind the Sloth Family Portrait

aflowerthatbloomsinadversity:

dammit-jim-im-a-blog:

carolxdanvers:

the new assassin’s creed looks great

can’t be the new assassins creed, that’s a woman 

shots fired
kingorb:

m’lady

kingorb:

m’lady

cabbagerose:

heydar aliyev international airport baku/autoban
outstanding sculptural elements
via: blueverticalstudio

cabbagerose:

heydar aliyev international airport baku/autoban

outstanding sculptural elements

via: blueverticalstudio

lelongdutemps:

Charles Burchfield, Countryside Panorama at Sunset, c.1917

lelongdutemps:

Charles BurchfieldCountryside Panorama at Sunset, c.1917

archimess:

Philippe Nigro’s stone Saturnia bench for Piba Marmi’s Monocromo exhibit at Italian design trade fair Abitare il Tempo.

archimess:

Philippe Nigro’s stone Saturnia bench for Piba Marmi’s Monocromo exhibit at Italian design trade fair Abitare il Tempo.

Jotun, an epic journey through Viking purgatory.

Jotun, an epic journey through Viking purgatory.