dapperfucker:

best of “she wears short skirts”

(via got-that-bitch-a-pemberly)

culinarycanvas:

Thank you to everyone who has ever liked, shared, followed, admired, or appreciated what I do! Your support means the world to me and I feel so lucky to have the encouragement of so many wonderful people!

culinarycanvas:

Thank you to everyone who has ever liked, shared, followed, admired, or appreciated what I do! Your support means the world to me and I feel so lucky to have the encouragement of so many wonderful people!

newspaperblackout:

Newspaper Blackouts by Austin Kleon

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moma:

The opening reception for Christopher Williams: The Production Line of Happiness at The Museum of Modern Art, Tuesday, July 22, 2014. Photographs by Scott Rudd. The exhibition is on view July 27–November 2, 2014.

Image captions top to bottom: Visitors at the opening reception; visitors at the opening reception; exhibition curator Roxana Marcoci and artist Christopher Williams.

 

bryankonietzko:

Dee Bradley Baker took this photo. With his toe. @deebradleybaker

bryankonietzko:

Dee Bradley Baker took this photo. With his toe. @deebradleybaker

humansofnewyork:

"I told the truth on my job application about my past drug use, and they sent me a letter saying I didn’t meet their standards of integrity."

humansofnewyork:

"I told the truth on my job application about my past drug use, and they sent me a letter saying I didn’t meet their standards of integrity."

humansofnewyork:

"She was filled with regret before she died. She felt like she’d failed us as a mother tremendously.""Did she say something to you about it?""She never said anything, so I don’t have any tangible proof that she had regrets. But she had a very bad substance abuse problem. And I know she always wanted to be a good mother. So I separate my mom from her disease. I always imagine that my mom and an alcoholic were living in the same body. And I know that my mom loved us. And that she hated the alcoholic."

humansofnewyork:

"She was filled with regret before she died. She felt like she’d failed us as a mother tremendously."
"Did she say something to you about it?"
"She never said anything, so I don’t have any tangible proof that she had regrets. But she had a very bad substance abuse problem. And I know she always wanted to be a good mother. So I separate my mom from her disease. I always imagine that my mom and an alcoholic were living in the same body. And I know that my mom loved us. And that she hated the alcoholic."