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What are the events in life? It’s like you see a door. The first time you come to it, you say, Oh, what’s on the other side of the door? Then you open a few doors. Then you say, I think I want to go over that bridge this time, I’m tired of doors. Finally you go through one of these things, and you come out the other side, and you realize, that’s all there are, doors, and windows and bridges and gates and they all open the same way and they all close behind you. Look, life is supposed to be a path, and you go along and these things happen to you, and they’re supposed to change you, change your direction. But turns out that’s not true. Turns out the experiences are nothing, they’re just some pennies you pick up off the floor, you stick in your pocket, and you’re just going in a straight line to you know where.

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26 3 / 2014

destronomics:

The Skyler White EffectThe cognitive dissonance that happens when a female character is presented by the narrative as absolutely correct in their judgment of a male character, and yet the viewers assume she’s the bitch.

destronomics:

The Skyler White Effect
The cognitive dissonance that happens when a female character is presented by the narrative as absolutely correct in their judgment of a male character, and yet the viewers assume she’s the bitch.

(via fit-state-of-mind)

24 3 / 2014

super-wholock-avengers:

shinyblackchevy:

beau-friend:

tankgirls:

I before E

except when you run a feisty heist on a weird beige foreign neighbour

#and caffeine-strung atheists reinventing protein at their leisure #plebeians may deign to forfeit #either that or seize the language and reinvent it

fuck the english language

fun fact of the day: there are actually more words disregarding that rule than following it

(Source: mnrva, via amazingmadness)

24 3 / 2014

imgonnamakeachange:

loveistheessenceoflife:

jessicaisawolverine:

lightkeyblade:

After a long-fought battle in Australia, a python bested a crocodile and swallowed the reptile whole over a span of several hours in Queensland, Australia.

The snake reportedly fought the croc for five hours in Lake Moondarra. Winning the fight, the python constricted its prey to death. The estimated 10-foot snake then dragged the 3-foot croc ashore and proceeded to swallow it whole in front of a group of onlookers.

National Geographic identified the snake as an olive python and the croc as a Johnson’s crocodile, both of which are native to Australia. After its hefty meal, the python should be full for at least a month.

that snake said what’s a king to a god.

This is why the fuck I hate snakes!

snakes are da best

(Source: The Huffington Post, via beathotel)

22 3 / 2014

High-Speed photographs of ink dropped into water.

(Source: acidiix, via amazingmadness)

21 3 / 2014

theinsidesource:

Wes Anderson Buffs Hit eBay

We’ve been waiting for years. Finally, The Grand Budapest Hotel has opened it’s doors on silver screens, catapulting us into the superbly art directed mind of Wes Anderson. Opened in just 4 theaters originally, the elegant caper film is now playing 66 theaters, thereby watering the mouths of Wes aficionados nationally. 

If you compare eBay stats to last year, then you’ll notice red berets have increased by 104% upon this film’s release. Coincidence? How about the increased buys for aviator sunglasses and pipes? Traditional Wes Anderson interior pieces have also spiked in attention —  bar carts (increased 38%), oil paintings and oriental rugs (increased 9%). It’s official. The film-philes are digging on eBay. 

Need a proper kick in the right direction to get a hold of these inspired items on eBay (seen above)? Check out our collection of Grand Budapest Hotel inspired items 

15 3 / 2014