weteevee:

i need like 10 times as many tanktops this summer as i have right now

garden-of-vegan:

2 slices of whole wheat banana bread (1 with chocolate chips and 1 spread with Earth Balance), a sliced navel orange, and raspberries.

deepthroatmom:

this the rawest shit i ever seen in my life

deepthroatmom:

this the rawest shit i ever seen in my life

(via davethebarbarian)

neyagawa:

literallysame:

so this guy met perez hilton and

this was beyond my wildest dreams

(via weteevee)

beyonceish:

today i saw a scene couple in the hallway at school and the girl literally stopped kissing him so she could scratch his face and meow into his ear and he barked back i do not pay taxes for this shit 

(via weteevee)

subtilitas:

Tato Architects - House in Itami, 2012. Note how the furniture is integrated into the staircase; the daybed, side-table, and dresser all double as stair treads. Via, photos (C) Koichi Torimura. subtilitas:

Tato Architects - House in Itami, 2012. Note how the furniture is integrated into the staircase; the daybed, side-table, and dresser all double as stair treads. Via, photos (C) Koichi Torimura. subtilitas:

Tato Architects - House in Itami, 2012. Note how the furniture is integrated into the staircase; the daybed, side-table, and dresser all double as stair treads. Via, photos (C) Koichi Torimura. subtilitas:

Tato Architects - House in Itami, 2012. Note how the furniture is integrated into the staircase; the daybed, side-table, and dresser all double as stair treads. Via, photos (C) Koichi Torimura.

subtilitas:

Tato Architects - House in Itami, 2012. Note how the furniture is integrated into the staircase; the daybed, side-table, and dresser all double as stair treads. Via, photos (C) Koichi Torimura.

subtilitas:

Tato Architects - House in Futako-Shinchi, 2009. Photos (C) Mitsutaka Kitamura. subtilitas:

Tato Architects - House in Futako-Shinchi, 2009. Photos (C) Mitsutaka Kitamura. subtilitas:

Tato Architects - House in Futako-Shinchi, 2009. Photos (C) Mitsutaka Kitamura. subtilitas:

Tato Architects - House in Futako-Shinchi, 2009. Photos (C) Mitsutaka Kitamura. subtilitas:

Tato Architects - House in Futako-Shinchi, 2009. Photos (C) Mitsutaka Kitamura.

anemicprincess:

My old cats, Tom and Little, always slept together in a guitar case. They both lived for seventeen years and my family is still convinced that they were in love. Little was perfectly healthy when Tom died, but a week after his death she stopped eating and would hide behind couches and in corners all day. Within a month, she passed away too. They are buried side by side in our garden.

(via santispacehead)

“To suggest that one’s belly, body hair or tattoo is ‘distasteful’ and should therefore be covered in the name of etiquette is the very worst sort of body fascism. If your children are traumatised by the sight of a fat person in a bikini, a bit of cellulite or a caesarean scar, then may I tentatively suggest that you aren’t raising them correctly. If seeing someone hairy wearing something skimpy renders you ‘unable to eat your lunch’ then I’m afraid my diagnosis of the problem is with your brain, not their body.”