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tastefullyoffensive:

Accidental Cookie Monster at Costco [via]

tastefullyoffensive:

Accidental Cookie Monster at Costco [via]

One Look From This Kid and The Ladies Go Crazy

Dripping with charisma and spaghetti sauce.  So cute I searched 3 weeks back on tumblr to find it.

One Look From This Kid and The Ladies Go Crazy

Dripping with charisma and spaghetti sauce.  So cute I searched 3 weeks back on tumblr to find it.

toothpastecomics:

Your life. From Toothpaste For Dinner.

toothpastecomics:

Your life. From Toothpaste For Dinner.

officialcomedy:

Deleted scenes from ‘Gravity’.

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collegehumor:

One Look From This Kid and The Ladies Go Crazy
Dripping with charisma and spaghetti sauce.

collegehumor:

One Look From This Kid and The Ladies Go Crazy

Dripping with charisma and spaghetti sauce.

Punch-Drunk Love (2002)

Source: cinecat

tastefullyoffensive:

Clever advertising by a veterinary hospital in Melbourne, Florida.  [via]

tastefullyoffensive:

Clever advertising by a veterinary hospital in Melbourne, Florida.  [via]

smartgirlsattheparty:

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#ArtThursday: Katharina Fritsch at the Fourth Plinth

Welcome to another #ArtThursday! This week’s edition takes us to Trafalgar Square in London. The famed square has a plinth, or platform, at each of its four corners. But there’s a problem: one plinth intended to hold a statue of King William IV atop his horse remained bare for over 150 years due to insufficient funds.

The Royal Society of Arts (RSA) began the Fourth Plinth Project in 1998 to fix that. Temporary artworks were commissioned from three contemporary artists—Mark Wallinger, Bill Woodrow and Rachel Whiteread—to fill the plinth. The project went so well it became an ongoing series run by the Greater London Authority. Katharina Fritsch’s 4.72-meter- (15.5-ft-) tall high blue sculpture of a cockerel, “Hahn/Cock,” has occupied the space since July 25, 2013. It is intended to symbolize "regeneration, awakening and strength" and will be displayed for 18 months.

Everyone needs one of these. You know, for their living room. 

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collegehumor:

A handy chart to help you figure out who’s yelling at whom and why.

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