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weezieworld:

Our forever house is SO going to have a room like this! #heaven #books #library #escape #lovely

(via bookshelfporn)

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wilwheaton:

joebagofdoughnuts:

I don’t even like Hawkeye and I thought this was cool.

#TEAMHAWKGUY!

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slaughterhouse90210:

“It raises my spleen more than any thing, to have the pretence of being asked, of being given a choice, and at the same time addressed in such a way as to oblige one to do the very thing - whatever it be!”
― Jane Austen, Mansfield Park

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here's that bad advice you were hoping for: I Don't Want To Upset My Sister By Telling Her That Her Relationship With A Woman Disgusts Me

thatbadadvice:

Miss Manners, 14 August 2013:

DEAR MISS MANNERS: I am in my mid-50s, and one of my sisters is in her early 60s. She recently e-mailed me an invitation to her “wedding” to her female partner. They have lived together for about 19 years. I have no intention of attending. My quandary is how to…

This is my new favorite blog. 

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dodgingarrows:

"Do you have any legs? Just thought I’d ask.  You never can be too careful on these sights."

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I love this blog!

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fastcompany:

What would it look like if our moon were replaced with any of the planets from our solar system? A little like this

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explore-blog:

Try not to smile: The late Maurice Sendak, with his beloved dog Herman (named after Herman Melville, Sendak’s great hero), photographed by Mariana Cook.
Pair with other literary pets and the authors who loved them.

explore-blog:

Try not to smile: The late Maurice Sendak, with his beloved dog Herman (named after Herman Melville, Sendak’s great hero), photographed by Mariana Cook.

Pair with other literary pets and the authors who loved them.

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"

Failure is just another name for much of real life: much of what we set out to accomplish ends in failure, at least in our own eyes. Who set the bar so high that most of our attempts to sail gracefully over it on the viewless wings of Poesy end in an undignified scramble or a nasty fall into the mud? Who told us we had to succeed at any cost?

[…]

Get back on the horse that threw you, as they used to say. They also used to say: you learn as much from failure as you learn from success.

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fastcompany:

Spotted on Reddit. Our #8 Most Creative Person, Bryan Cranston, gets friendly with the Lone Ranger. We approve. 

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