Miss Rainy Days

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xezav:

太空所有的星球塞盡我的屁股

best swear ever

OH GOD OH GOD THEY MEAN REAL THINGS. 

Dude, you didn’t know that? Pretty much all of the Chinese in Firefly was a classic example of Getting Shit Past the Censors.

Firefly’s 15 Best Chinese Curses and How To Say Them

Just in case you needed to know useful Chinese phrases like “Holy mother of god and all her wacky nephews.”

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nybg:

Weird is good, I say. And this spring, we’re going full-tilt weird (at least botanically speaking). On April 19, we’re throwing open the doors on a brand new art exhibition that embodies the stranger side of plants. Through a partnership with the American Society of Botanical ArtistsWeird, Wild, & Wonderful showcases the results of a challenge made to a global community of painters, illustrators, and more: look beyond the simple flower.

The result is both visceral and beautiful. Head through for more info on this bizarrely enticing exhibition. —MN

(Contributing artists, clockwise from top left: Ann S. Hoffenberg, Akiko Enokido, Nancy Gehrig, and Asuka Hishiki)

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starllex:

this is my favorite post of all time

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tonyfromstatefarm:

Me participating in a group project.

tonyfromstatefarm:

Me participating in a group project.

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kixxinq:

Moon rise captured over Los Angeles 

kixxinq:

Moon rise captured over Los Angeles 

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Reblog. Click the image, and Enjoy.

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omg

this game was banned in my school because people would just play it over and over again in the library 

motherfuckin thank you

this would be really fucking cool if my arrow keys would fucking work. 

THIS IS PERFECT

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gobookyourself:

Remainder by Tom McCarthy

For more sanity-dissolving books about mental unraveling, try these next…

The Deep Whatsis by Peter Mattei for insight into the psychological devastations wrought by creative ad agencies

Here Lies Gerald by Robert Travieso for a delusional subway ride into mental collapse

Moby-Dick by Herman Melville for a book that’s less about finding a white whale and more about a monomaniac losing his mind 

The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger to remind yourself that your childhood hero was suffering from a nervous breakdown

This post was guest edited by Benjamin Samuel, Co-Editor of Electric Literature and Recommended Reading. You can find him on Twitter.

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