kuraschenie:

HobbitsDoItBetter wrote up a guide for us non-Brits.  Read it. Use it. Check out the guide to insults and swears.  Now.  Go.

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Rules: publish the shot of your desktop (phone desktop is ok) and tag five more people. I was tagged by my very loving and inclusive kuraschenie Love you.

Nothing grand, it’s a new phone so the first screen is just apps I use the most. Except for the music app, I haven’t got around to it, and I hate iTunes, relying on Spotify for now.

Rules: publish the shot of your desktop (phone desktop is ok) and tag five more people. I was tagged by my very loving and inclusive kuraschenie Love you.

Nothing grand, it’s a new phone so the first screen is just apps I use the most. Except for the music app, I haven’t got around to it, and I hate iTunes, relying on Spotify for now.

jkottke:

Apple just announced the iPhone 6 and for the first time, I’m seriously thinking about upgrading my phone before my contract is up. A company called Statista recently surveyed several companies who buy old iPhones. It looks like the best place to sell your old iPhone is Amazon: they’re…

miyazakimania:

Places that Inspired Ghibli - Part 2 - Kiki’s Delivery Service 

Visby, Sweden

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dailydishonesty:

I swear I’m not sleeping. It’s just a rare lengthy blinking disorder.

dailydishonesty:

I swear I’m not sleeping. It’s just a rare lengthy blinking disorder.

justinnnnnnnnnnnnnn:

When someone thinks you’re a hassidic hillbilly with a snoot full of honeybees

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supermodelgif:


Sofia Coppola & Spike Jonze in 1995

supermodelgif:

Sofia Coppola & Spike Jonze in 1995

The real ‘Red Wedding’ or “Nozze Rosse” took place in July of 1500; it was a bloodbath during which half the feuding Baglioni family of Perugia murdered the other half in their beds, a massacre which was quite overshadowed in contemporary chronicles. Violence and murder were common in the private lives of the Italian signorial families. Sigismondo Malatesta of Rimini had two of his wives murdered: one poisoned, the other suffocated. Francesca Manfredi of Faenza lured her husband into her bedchamber on the pretext of being unwell and had him stabbed there by concealed assassins; when they bungled the job she coolly stepped forward, a fifteenth-century Lady Macbeth, and finished him off with a dagger thrust in the stomach. (X)

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