thesummerofmark:

When you hear this joke about Russell’s paradox, you won’t be able to contain yourself.

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vvolare:

Alice in Wonderland climbing wall - At the Illoiha fitness club the architecture studio Nendo designed this unusual two-story climbing wall to unify the space. Instead of usual rough climbing wall, they decided to use interior design elements like picture frames, mirrors, deer heads, bird cages and flower vases to create a challenging wall with hard-to-find holds and exceptional finger grips. 

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ashcanranting:

Just made out with my Ultimate End Goal guy on the dance floor, so, like. Come what motherfucking may.

mother: “So how’s Helen, have you heard from her?”

me: “Yeah, um — yeah, she’s having fun. She’s sailing and taking Latin. Yeah.”

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thingsorganizedneatly:

nprfreshair:

By Emily Blincoe

Happy Labor Day! A long-time favorite of Things Organized Neatly, Emily Blincoe, featured on NPR’s Fresh Air blog (one of my favorite NPR shows) spotted by Charles, my partner in my other other blog, Fadient.

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fuckyesitaly:

Sunrays on the Ancient Appian Way

fuckyesitaly:

Sunrays on the Ancient Appian Way

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asexualfactoftheday:

Submitted by truthberryjam.

[#511. Asexuals can reformat their sex drive and install Linux.]

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exulansis

dictionaryofobscuresorrows:

n. the tendency to give up trying to talk about an experience because people are unable to relate to it—whether through envy or pity or simple foreignness—which allows it to drift away from the rest of your life story, until the memory itself feels out of place, almost mythical, wandering restlessly in the fog, no longer even looking for a place to land.

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"are you two a thing?"

one thing that’s definitely a thing is that on one hand, I will get very prickly if you say or imply that nonsexual and/or nonmonogamous relationships are invalid as romantic/dating-type relationships. on the other hand, like, the fact that we don’t want to have sex with each other and the fact that we don’t want to have an exclusive relationship genuinely are two of the things that make it difficult for us to say whether or not we are dating, so??? it’s hard to know what to say to people whom I don’t necessarily trust to be perfectly respectful of nontraditional relationships — such as, for example, our large pack of caring and gossipy housemates, who all seem to be VERY INTERESTED IN WHETHER OR NOT WE ARE A COUPLE, BY YESTERDAY