Destroy Something Beautiful
Surviving Life with the help of my friends; TV, Books, and Films.
Destroy Something Beautiful
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110/365 spring is falling?
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don-gately:

cosmoglaut:

third-eyes:

staceythinx:

Science-inspired necklaces from the Delftia Etsy store

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Paging mid0nz for the first pendant.

I want these.
don-gately:

cosmoglaut:

third-eyes:

staceythinx:

Science-inspired necklaces from the Delftia Etsy store

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Paging mid0nz for the first pendant.

I want these.
don-gately:

cosmoglaut:

third-eyes:

staceythinx:

Science-inspired necklaces from the Delftia Etsy store

✧

Paging mid0nz for the first pendant.

I want these.
don-gately:

cosmoglaut:

third-eyes:

staceythinx:

Science-inspired necklaces from the Delftia Etsy store

✧

Paging mid0nz for the first pendant.

I want these.
don-gately:

cosmoglaut:

third-eyes:

staceythinx:

Science-inspired necklaces from the Delftia Etsy store

✧

Paging mid0nz for the first pendant.

I want these.
don-gately:

cosmoglaut:

third-eyes:

staceythinx:

Science-inspired necklaces from the Delftia Etsy store

✧

Paging mid0nz for the first pendant.

I want these.
don-gately:

cosmoglaut:

third-eyes:

staceythinx:

Science-inspired necklaces from the Delftia Etsy store

✧

Paging mid0nz for the first pendant.

I want these.
don-gately:

cosmoglaut:

third-eyes:

staceythinx:

Science-inspired necklaces from the Delftia Etsy store

✧

Paging mid0nz for the first pendant.

I want these.
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109/365 cake killer
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108/365
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FRIDAY AT 5:00PM
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"You’re the only person I’ve ever met who can stand a bookstore as long as I can."
Junot DíazThis Is How You Lose Her. (via pikkaresque)
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107/365
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"Tomorrow is a day that is always never going to be here."
Reggie Watts (via ratholic)
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ted:

Bob Mankoff’s 10 favorite New Yorker cartoons, above
The New Yorker's cartoon editor, Bob Mankoff, receives over 1,000 submissions every week. So how does he select only 17 cartoons for each issue? His personal favorites, shown above, illustrate the ingredients for a classic New Yorker-style joke — realistic, reflexive, and a little dangerous.
Don’t get the last cartoon? Check out Mankoff’s talk for an amusing explanation, and more. Watch the full talk here »
ted:

Bob Mankoff’s 10 favorite New Yorker cartoons, above
The New Yorker's cartoon editor, Bob Mankoff, receives over 1,000 submissions every week. So how does he select only 17 cartoons for each issue? His personal favorites, shown above, illustrate the ingredients for a classic New Yorker-style joke — realistic, reflexive, and a little dangerous.
Don’t get the last cartoon? Check out Mankoff’s talk for an amusing explanation, and more. Watch the full talk here »
ted:

Bob Mankoff’s 10 favorite New Yorker cartoons, above
The New Yorker's cartoon editor, Bob Mankoff, receives over 1,000 submissions every week. So how does he select only 17 cartoons for each issue? His personal favorites, shown above, illustrate the ingredients for a classic New Yorker-style joke — realistic, reflexive, and a little dangerous.
Don’t get the last cartoon? Check out Mankoff’s talk for an amusing explanation, and more. Watch the full talk here »
ted:

Bob Mankoff’s 10 favorite New Yorker cartoons, above
The New Yorker's cartoon editor, Bob Mankoff, receives over 1,000 submissions every week. So how does he select only 17 cartoons for each issue? His personal favorites, shown above, illustrate the ingredients for a classic New Yorker-style joke — realistic, reflexive, and a little dangerous.
Don’t get the last cartoon? Check out Mankoff’s talk for an amusing explanation, and more. Watch the full talk here »
ted:

Bob Mankoff’s 10 favorite New Yorker cartoons, above
The New Yorker's cartoon editor, Bob Mankoff, receives over 1,000 submissions every week. So how does he select only 17 cartoons for each issue? His personal favorites, shown above, illustrate the ingredients for a classic New Yorker-style joke — realistic, reflexive, and a little dangerous.
Don’t get the last cartoon? Check out Mankoff’s talk for an amusing explanation, and more. Watch the full talk here »
ted:

Bob Mankoff’s 10 favorite New Yorker cartoons, above
The New Yorker's cartoon editor, Bob Mankoff, receives over 1,000 submissions every week. So how does he select only 17 cartoons for each issue? His personal favorites, shown above, illustrate the ingredients for a classic New Yorker-style joke — realistic, reflexive, and a little dangerous.
Don’t get the last cartoon? Check out Mankoff’s talk for an amusing explanation, and more. Watch the full talk here »
ted:

Bob Mankoff’s 10 favorite New Yorker cartoons, above
The New Yorker's cartoon editor, Bob Mankoff, receives over 1,000 submissions every week. So how does he select only 17 cartoons for each issue? His personal favorites, shown above, illustrate the ingredients for a classic New Yorker-style joke — realistic, reflexive, and a little dangerous.
Don’t get the last cartoon? Check out Mankoff’s talk for an amusing explanation, and more. Watch the full talk here »
ted:

Bob Mankoff’s 10 favorite New Yorker cartoons, above
The New Yorker's cartoon editor, Bob Mankoff, receives over 1,000 submissions every week. So how does he select only 17 cartoons for each issue? His personal favorites, shown above, illustrate the ingredients for a classic New Yorker-style joke — realistic, reflexive, and a little dangerous.
Don’t get the last cartoon? Check out Mankoff’s talk for an amusing explanation, and more. Watch the full talk here »
ted:

Bob Mankoff’s 10 favorite New Yorker cartoons, above
The New Yorker's cartoon editor, Bob Mankoff, receives over 1,000 submissions every week. So how does he select only 17 cartoons for each issue? His personal favorites, shown above, illustrate the ingredients for a classic New Yorker-style joke — realistic, reflexive, and a little dangerous.
Don’t get the last cartoon? Check out Mankoff’s talk for an amusing explanation, and more. Watch the full talk here »
ted:

Bob Mankoff’s 10 favorite New Yorker cartoons, above
The New Yorker's cartoon editor, Bob Mankoff, receives over 1,000 submissions every week. So how does he select only 17 cartoons for each issue? His personal favorites, shown above, illustrate the ingredients for a classic New Yorker-style joke — realistic, reflexive, and a little dangerous.
Don’t get the last cartoon? Check out Mankoff’s talk for an amusing explanation, and more. Watch the full talk here »
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theeccentricamericanteen:

“sex is the consolation you have when you can’t have love” ― Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez
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I’m singin’ and dancin’ in the rain.

I’m singin’ and dancin’ in the rain.

I’m singin’ and dancin’ in the rain.

I’m singin’ and dancin’ in the rain.
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106/365 smash bro time
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8x17 // 9x18
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