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May 21 2018

“God is a Rorschach test that tells us volumes about the character of the believer.”
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Dinner in London Town.

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Baby Clownfish


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the most universally sacred childhood experience for milllenials was listening to breakaway by kelly clarkson as we dramatically stared out the window during long car rides

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Men, if you girlfriend or wife hits you, degrades you, pressures you into sex, intentionally shames and humiliates you, or cheats on you, you are the victim and you are in an unhealthy relationship. She is not treating you right, it’s not okay, and you do deserve better.

Let’s call a snake a snake… shes not just not treating you right… this is abuse… get far away from this person because you have a right to be safe

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me when I show off my new shoes I got from Payless

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mygjhs: 2 years in a row! Congratulations, BTS!

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can we bring back captcha comics

No offense but these are absolute classic images

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when a meme has had enough

when you’re done hiding the pain

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Miniature Installations Transform Bookshelves into the Back Alleys of Japan

The back alley bookends, on display at Design Festa in Tokyo. Photo by twitter user @riku_ton

If you’ve ever wandered around Tokyo on foot you’ll know that it can sometimes be like a spider web of side streets and back alleys. It’s one of the things that makes Tokyo so unique and therein lies the allure of exploring the massive city. Now, one designer has brought that magic to bookshelves by designing back alley bookends.

The clever idea is the brainchild of a Japanese designer who goes by the name monde. Based in Tokyo, monde creates objects inspired by the city but also animals and insects. The back alley bookends come in a pair and can be used together to replicate a small back alley, or they can be used individually, exposing the intricate stepping stones, A/C units, piping, plants and other details that have been carefully recreated by hand.

Monde exhibited the back alley bookends, along with other works, last weekend at Design Festa, a Tokyo-based arts & crafts event where artists, both amateur and professional, come together to exhibit their artwork. The event has since ended but the next dates (August 2-4 and then November 10-11, 2018) have already been announced. If you’re interested, you can also try reaching out to the artist directly. (Syndicated from Spoon & Tamago)

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