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kockasfulu:

varázslatos.

na, de az megvan, hogy ezt nem így kell csinálni - a macska hátoldalának kéne találkoznia a kenyérrel, aminek nem kéne másik felének lenni :P

kockasfulu:

varázslatos.

na, de az megvan, hogy ezt nem így kell csinálni - a macska hátoldalának kéne találkoznia a kenyérrel, aminek nem kéne másik felének lenni :P

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"I ain’t pose, man!" :D

"I ain’t pose, man!" :D

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fuckyeahfeminists:

What Barbie would look like if she had similar proportions to the average American woman. 

Artist Nickolay Lamm took CDC (Center for Disease Control & Prevention) measurements of an average 19-year-old to make a 3-D model and then used Photoshop to liken the doll to a Barbie. 

Looks better to me! Much more relate-able. What do ya think?

it’s quite funny how the “average American” Barbie’s face looks much kinder. is it just me, or is it another cheap trick of natural selection? do we all find chubby faces kinder? is it because they remind us our own mother’s face when we were small? (you know, almost everyone’s face must be a bit chubbier after giving birth)

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iamthemeep:

heartbreakes:

fightingdreams:

“What if the cure for cancer is trapped inside the mind of the baby you’re considering aborting?”

what if the cure for cancer would have eventually developed inside the mind of a teenage girl who made a mistake and was forced to drop out of school and never receive an education in order to raise a child she did not want.

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… what if the cure(s) for (various kinds of) cancer is not one single brilliant idea but long, hard work of many people? :P

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jamescfemmer:

guiltyhipster:

Friendly reminder that you’re allowed to like a thing without knowing every single fact about the thing

You’re allowed to like a movie without having to know every crew member’s name

You’re allowed to like a book without having to memorize every page

You’re allowed to like a video game without having to know all the Easter eggs and cheat codes

You’re allowed to like things and not be an expert on things

Liking things isn’t supposed to be stressful

This.

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likeafieldmouse:

Tom Phillips - A Humument (1966-73)

“In 1966 Phillips set himself a task: to find a second-hand book for threepence and alter every page by painting, collage and cut-up techniques to create an entirely new version. He found his threepenny novel in a junkshop on Peckham Rye, South London. This was an 1892 Victorian obscurity titled A Human Document by W.H Mallock and he titled his altered book A Humument.

The first version of all 367 treated pages was published in 1973 since when there have been four revised editions. A Humument is now one of the best known and loved of all 20th Century artist’s books and is regarded as a seminal classic of postmodern art.”

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urhajos:

‘Explore’ by Jazzberry Blue

urhajos:

Explore’ by Jazzberry Blue

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[agypirítós visszatér - amúgy]

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likeafieldmouse:

Alvaro Sanchez-Montanes - Indoor Desert (2010)

“By the end of World War I, diamond mines in Kolmanskuppe, a site in the Namib Desert, ceased to be exploited. For over two decades it had been one of the wealthiest settlements in Southern Africa. During that time of splendour, German colonists who run the site had built their peculiar residences there evoking the architecture and décor of those in their homeland Bavaria. After it was closed down and its inhabitants left, Kolmanskuppe became a ghost town engulfed by desert sands. With his series Indoor Desert, Sanchez-Montanes enters these houses abandoned to the desert to unveil the serene enchantment that dwells in their chambers.”

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there were three families here together the other day, and all the kids were jumping on the trampoline. its net looks like to be made of fishing line, so it generates lots of static electricity, but only one child, a six-year-old boy expressed his concern about it. he kept telling the others “don’t touch me! people got electric shock!” it sounded a bit like Hammertime.

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050409:

Moszkva tér

"orromból csöpög a vér, nem tudom, merre van a Moszkva tér"