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Urban Outfitters, you’ve gone too far. I can’t even fully comprehend what made someone in your upper division merchandising department think this was OKAY. Enlighten me to your idiocy so I may at least sleep better tonight. 

Urban Outfitters, you’ve gone too far. I can’t even fully comprehend what made someone in your upper division merchandising department think this was OKAY. Enlighten me to your idiocy so I may at least sleep better tonight. 

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nevver:

Peanuts

nevver:

Peanuts

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5ft1:

theofmoviestills:

~~~~~CINEMATIC PARALLELZ~~~~~

Persona | Ingmar Bergman | 1966

La Pointe Courte | Agnès Varda | 1955

Last Year at Marienbad | Alain Resnais | 1961

Southern Hospitality | Ludacris | 2000

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"I do want someone, need someone. You were right. And when I’m with you, I feel like I’m a better person. I feel happier, less alone. Less lonely. But it’s not as simple as that, is it? Being with someone."

Naomi Campbell, Skins

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womensweardaily:

Nili Lotan RTW Spring 2015
Photo Courtesy of Nili Lotan
Nili Lotan is a straightforward designer who makes clothes for real life. For More
For all RTW Spring 2015

womensweardaily:

Nili Lotan RTW Spring 2015

Photo Courtesy of Nili Lotan

Nili Lotan is a straightforward designer who makes clothes for real life. For More

For all RTW Spring 2015

the-goddamazon:

Hayao Miyazaki Makes Ramen at Studio Ghibli

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inspirationnstyle:

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inspirationnstyle:

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Ezra Koenig + Danny DeVito (Coachella 2011)

Ezra Koenig + Danny DeVito (Coachella 2011)

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"No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted."

Aesop, “The Lion and the Mouse,” taken from The Paradox of Generosity: Giving We Receive, Grasping We Lose, by Christian Smith and Hilary Davidson. 

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