I’ve decided that I want a husband about three years from now, but I’m too lazy to go out and find one. I’d place a personal ad, but then I would need to warn them of my feminist ways.
"Feminist, 20, looking for a man to marry."
Why isn’t there an informercial for that? Mail order husband. Always intelligent, (a full head of hair $10.99 extra), no STDs guaranteed. All for five payments of $59.99. Must be 18 or older, call our toll free number.
purplehost asked: I fucking hate rye bread. I didn't understand before, but now I do.
IVE HAD TO LIVE WITH THAT SHIT MY ENTIRE LIFE DO U EVEN KNOW HOW MUCH I HatE RYE BRED I HATE WITH THE BURNING PASSION OF A THOUSAND SUNS
Velcommen til Danmark. Where the next generation is trained to passionately despise all things rye.
Canadian Rockies by Callum Snape
..:: Marnie - Sugarland ::..
Helen Marnie, better known as the main voice of frosty synthpop outfit Ladytron, recently took a break from her day job to deliver her first solo album, Crystal World. On paper, this seems like a good move because after four albums ranging in quality from solid to exceptional, Ladytron finally released their first dud in 2011 with Gravity The Seducer. Unfortunately, Crystal World doesn’t do much to fix the group’s recent shortage of ideas. That said, there is one moment that reminds me of the past glory that made me fall in love with Helen in the first place. “Sugarland” has just the right mix of ingredients to get our hairs standing on end: Ominous bass, frozen synths, echoing guitars, and Marnie’s determined yet somehow still indifferent voice in command of the whole operation. After a verse and a half, this mysterious, theremin-like noise drops into place and Marnie begins mirroring herself just enough to bring things up to another level. The album may not match the high standards we’re used to from our Scottish songstress, but at least “Sugarland” is helping me remain hopeful for her next attempt.
A villager carries a basket of marigold flowers as she walks through a field on the outskirts of Jammu on October 31, 2013, ahead of the festival of Diwali.
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Rain by Nazar Bilyk
190 cm. Material: bronze, glass
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Entangled. - By: (Andy Royston / Ft Lauderdale Sun)
John William Godward - A fair reflection, 1915
Swimmer: Paintings by Pedro Covo
Keira Rathbone - Typewriter Artist
Keira Rathbone is a West London-based fine artist. She grew up in Dorset and studied Fine Art at UWE in Bristol. Over the past ten years Keira has developed a far-reaching reputation for her experiments into typewriter art.
Keira sees her vintage manual typewriter’s characters purely as marks, stripped of their conventional purpose. She is interested in the collective effects of these marks in her ‘typictions’ as she literally sketches -tapping the marks with varying intensity, whilst directing the paper around the platen to capture her chosen subject.
Keira’s typewriter art technique was born out of a lack of any verbal expression worth recording. A simple desire however, to operate this beautiful old machine and see those unmistakably typewritten marks made Rathbone instantly print and indent freely onto paper. She continued regardless of words and in doing so, inadvertently invented her own visual language.
The majority of Keira’s typictions are captured from life, be it a close-up eye or a landmark bridge, pier or other structure and the life surrounding it. The public typing of these subjects turns what she does into a form of performance art, attracting attention from curious passersby of all ages.
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I’m lichen the vibrance (por stochasticmotions)
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