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Andrew, Denver. Valériane, Floréal, CIIC. Chicagoan Romantic Traditionalist, Culturalist Historian, Consulting Time Lord, Culinary Wizard, Marquis de Lagniappe, Honorary Spaniard, Dharma Initiative Con Artist, Humanist Poet, Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Sailor, Rich Man, Poor Man, Beggarman, Chef. Eternal Student that just graduated and is about to start his first full-time teaching position in the Dominican Republic this fall. ••••••••••••••••••••••

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is your love big enough for what’s to come?

ladycopsohot:

effington:

spooksthebun:

it’s been like six years and I still don’t think i’ve seen an internet video that pays off better than this

truly the epitome of everything

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The final stretch along the Monroe harbor #rocknroll #chicago #5k
Ran my first official 5k!

fuckingrecipes:

MOTHERFUCKERS WANT TO LEARN HOW TO CUT SHIT?

EVER WANTED TO LEARN HOW TO COOK FROM A WORLD-RENOWNED CHEF WHO RIVALS GORDON RAMSEY? 

BUTTER MY BUTT AND CALL ME A BISCUIT, HERE IS YOUR MAN~ 

THIS BADASS TEACHES YOU THE BASICS - HOW TO NOT SUCK AT COOKING, HOW TO SEASON THINGS, AND GENERALLY HOW TO BE SOMEONE WHO COULD KICK THE ASS OF ANYTHING THAT NEEDS TO BE STABBED INTO SUBMISSION. 

ROCK ON MY FRIENDS. 

ROCK ON INTO THE ENDLESS NIGHT. 

TO PUT A CHERRY ON TOP, HE ALSO TEACHES YOU HOW TO MAKE CHICKEN NUGGETS FASTER AND CHEAPER THAN STORE-BOUGHT FROZEN NUGGETS. 

GOTTA HAVE DEM CHIKIN NUGGERS 

High waters in Meehnesoda!! (at Lake of the Isles)
barachiki:

barachiki:

It certainly pays to clutter your brain. 

barachiki:

barachiki:

It certainly pays to clutter your brain. 

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redpanda-ontoast:

I love this~

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eximplode:

nevvymaster:

captainhanni:

if anyone has a tough year ahead of them or behind them

this japanese fisherman will get you back on your feet, i can guarantee

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I WON’T GIVE UP, JAPANESE FISHERMAN!!!

THIS IS ACTUALLY SURPRISINGLY INSPIRATIONAL, EVERYONE NEEDS A JAPANESE FISHERMAN TO YELL AT THEM SOMETIMES OKAY

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chispasyresplandores:

homo-stucks:

coacaine:

guruthethird:

eeriie:

The Enigma of Amigara Fault is a creepy comic by Junji Ito. When many man shaped holes suddenly appear on the sides of a mountain, it causes thousands of people from all over the world to gather, then things get very twisted.
Read the full comic here. Be sure to read from right to left, instead of left to right.

And this is when I became claustrophobic

this could have just ended at “many man shaped holes suddenly appear on he sides of a mountain” and im all set
filled my unreasonably creeped out quota for the day

i just peed my fuckign pants

that was… unsettling… but in a good way…?

chispasyresplandores:

homo-stucks:

coacaine:

guruthethird:

eeriie:

The Enigma of Amigara Fault is a creepy comic by Junji Ito. When many man shaped holes suddenly appear on the sides of a mountain, it causes thousands of people from all over the world to gather, then things get very twisted.

Read the full comic here. Be sure to read from right to left, instead of left to right.

And this is when I became claustrophobic

this could have just ended at “many man shaped holes suddenly appear on he sides of a mountain” and im all set

filled my unreasonably creeped out quota for the day

i just peed my fuckign pants

that was… unsettling… but in a good way…?

Andrew Scott - RAIN by Don Paterson

giarossin:

Andrew Scott reads RAIN by Don Paterson

I love all films that start with rain:
rain, braiding a windowpane
or darkening a hung-out dress
or streaming down her upturned face;

one long thundering downpour
right through the empty script and score
before the act, before the blame,
before the lens pulls through the frame

to where the woman sits alone
beside a silent telephone
or the dress lies ruined on the grass
or the girl walks off the overpass,

and all things flow out from that source
along their fatal watercourse.
However bad or overlong
such a film can do no wrong,

so when his native twang shows through
or when the boom dips into view
or when her speech starts to betray
its adaptation from the play,

I think to when we opened cold
on a rain-dark gutter, running gold
with the neon of a drugstore sign,
and I’d read into its blazing line:

forget the ink, the milk, the blood—
all was washed clean with the flood
we rose up from the falling waters
the fallen rain’s own sons and daughters
and none of this, none of this matters. 

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