libbabink:

Keep the romance alive by dying, staying dead for two years, and then surprising your lover in a romantic location, like a colony under attack by a mysterious alien force

(Reblogged from bootsofantivanleather)

radagastlings:

as done as it’s gonna get.

(Reblogged from eponymous-rose)

(Source: alphagravy)

(Reblogged from twin-city-ankh-and-morpork)
This book gives me more information about penguins than I care to have.

In 1944 a children’s book club sent a volume about penguins to a 10-year-old girl, enclosing a card seeking her opinion.

She wrote, “This book gives me more information about penguins than I care to have.”

American diplomat Hugh Gibson called it the finest piece of literary criticism he had ever read.

(via siftingflour)

(Reblogged from eatsleepcrap)

theodd1sout:

This will help you write good.

(Reblogged from lm-mage)

(Source: jtotheizzoe)

(Reblogged from flutiebear)

lissomesimplicity:

jadeb0t:

colourfulpantsandarainbowhat:

WHY DO PEOPLE CALL IT FUCK, MARRY, KILL WHEN THEY COULD CALL IT BED, WED, BEHEAD

i think that’s called game of thrones

(Source: felixdawkins23)

(Reblogged from lissomesimplicity)

travelingcolors:

Standardized Metro Maps Around the World (by Jug Cerovic)

French-Serbian architect Jug Cerovic has standardized international subway maps with INAT, a guideline developed to unify the global metro network with easy to read and memorize charts. Each city’s center is enlarged, to make room for the multiplicity of lines and connecting stations. A standard set of symbols is applied to each map including the line colors, stations, connections and station labeling. Angles are gently curved for a smooth familiar look and linear paths are represented vertically, horizontally, or 45, with no more than 5 bends on their entire length. Highly representative shapes are used for specific ubran features: a ring for Moscow and Paris, a parallelogram for London, and regularly spaced parallel lines for gridded street patterns like new York. All text is labelled in both local and latin characters and are legible on small sized prints for pocket use and suitable for display on a wide array of supports.

The London one is strangely upsetting - the longer I look at it the more wrong it looks.

(Reblogged from travelingcolors)

starfleetspectre:

young!zaeed is back yet again!

(Reblogged from renegademage)

braydaaan:

torn-by-dreams:

I was trimming grass next to the side of the house and I found the tiniest snake I have ever seen.

WHY ARE YOU HOLDING A SNAKE DONT THEY LIKE KILL U?

(Reblogged from llraz)