I want to move, cut my hair, go running, buy/build my new bike, adopt a lil kitty.

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Tumble me down, and I will sit/ Upon my ruines (smiling yet :) If you thought the English language went downhill when the emoticon was introduced, you can blame a 17th-century poet. Editor Levi Stahl found that English poet Robert Herrick used the first emoticon in his 1648 poem “To Fortune.”  For more on the potential ruin of language, read Fiona Maazel’s piece on commercial grammar. (via millionsmillions)
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Dinner out on the picnic table tonight. Fresh pea shoots! 🌿☀

Dinner out on the picnic table tonight. Fresh pea shoots! 🌿☀

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(Source: bodypartss)

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Is There Such a Thing as a 'Feminine' Way to Ride a Bike?

bikeladiesunite:

While I immediately balk at any whiff of gender essentialism, this is a great read (once you get past the femme-bashing first comment). 

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National Poetry Month Day 15: "Exercises in Breathing" by Kimberly Southwick

therumpus:

I.

knowing the rules is not enough. when it snows,
it doesn’t always mean it. when it snows, sometimes
it snows for the museums and sometimes it snows
for the papers and sometimes it snows for only
her majesty, the sea.

II.

following the rules is not enough. when he breathes—
remember this one…

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equivoque:

etsyifyourenasty:

Giant Carrot Body Pillow

I didn’t realize we had come to a consensus to declassify the ultimate vegan seduction technique

equivoque:

etsyifyourenasty:

Giant Carrot Body Pillow

I didn’t realize we had come to a consensus to declassify the ultimate vegan seduction technique

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Pyramids by Frank Ocean

fitoraemusic:

Frank Ocean // Pyramids

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mothernaturenetwork:

How the ‘Mushroom Death Suit’ breaks down your body for natureArtist and MIT research fellow Jae Rhim Lee is designing a suit that will make your body a veritable buffet for mushrooms.

mothernaturenetwork:

How the ‘Mushroom Death Suit’ breaks down your body for nature
Artist and MIT research fellow Jae Rhim Lee is designing a suit that will make your body a veritable buffet for mushrooms.

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I’ve been meaning to tell you:
I cannot comprehend your changing ways—

from balm to shovel, from padlock to light snow.

The moment I look back, I sour and see again

your lips shaping the words

I will follow you, each syllable tender as teeth.

Recommended Reading: Anne Barngrover’s poem “My Lover Vows to Follow Me Even after He Leaves Me" at Paper Darts. (via millionsmillions)
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