It's the stuff I like. I might even open up and write about said stuff.

Female, nerd, weird.

 

gdfalksen:

Musée Carnavalet, Paris: le décor de l’ancienne bijouterie Fouquet.

Photos 1,2,5,7,9,10: cc https://www.flickr.com/photos/hotels-paris-rive-gauche/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/deed.en

Photos 3,4,6,8: cc https://www.flickr.com/photos/kotomi-jewelry/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/2.0/deed.en

(Source: un-monde-de-papier)

shadowshade936 asked
Are there any other robots in the Walter Manner?

officialrabbit:

nope jus me. But have you seen my fancy paperweight? I call it…The Spine. Oop! Tea is ready. *removes Hatchworth’s head from the stove and pours hot water from his smoke stack*

me at 15: ew that's fucked up who could have a fetish for that

me at 20: fuck

newmiu:

useless-worthless-nobody:

intoxifaded:

Save this to your phones or computer and post it on other websites like twitter too!

Why would you NOT reblog this?

so impt

newmiu:

useless-worthless-nobody:

intoxifaded:

Save this to your phones or computer and post it on other websites like twitter too!

Why would you NOT reblog this?

so impt

faeriviera:

caiju:

elphabaforpresidentofgallifrey:

tffnyblws:

theyoungveinsvevo:

*does laundry but like in a punk way*

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*does laundry but in a musical theatre way*

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*does musical theatre but in a punk way*

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*does punk but in a musical theatre way*

(Source: ryanxross)

tittily:

my favorite thing about england is that the word pulp doesnt exist 

tittily:

my favorite thing about england is that the word pulp doesnt exist 

instagram:

Seeking Inspiration Midair with @manonwethly

To see more of Manon’s artfully captured images of #flyingstuff, follow @manonwethly.

For Dutch designer Manon Wethlij (@manonwethly), the contents of her arresting #flyingstuff photos are less important than the conversations they provoke. “People are free to see or feel whatever they want in the shapes,” Manon says. “I love that they make people talk to me and ask questions.”

“I studied architecture for two years, then graphic design, but the thing that has always made me happy is photography.” When she found Instagram, Manon says, “it was exactly what I needed to keep my photography enthusiasm alive. I was taking lots of photos every day and just storing them in my computer for no one to see.”

These days, it’s the response to her photos on Instagram that keeps Manon evolving creatively. “Everybody’s enthusiasm encourages me to try new things,” she explains, “It’s sort of addictive.”