The Crazy Collective

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orange4angel:

Some of the lovely tributes to Robin.

(X, X, X and X)

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evanslily:

BRYAN FULLER JUST CASUALLY DROPPING PUSHING DAISIES REVIVAL UPDATES LIKE WHAT

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unlucky-artist:

Maybe the best sarcastic conversation in tv history 

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the-sums-not-counted:

Watching Lee Pace and Karen Gillan in Guardians of the Galaxy:

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forcatladies:

 

jpegheaven:

Allan Wexler.
Coffee Seeks Its Own Level. 1990. If one person alone lifts his cup, coffee overflows the other three cups. All four people need to coordinate their actions and lift simultaneously. Inspired by the principle “water seeks its own level”. I had been working on a series of projects using basic scientific principles learned in high school as a means to explore architectural issues.  

forcatladies:

 

jpegheaven:

Allan Wexler.

Coffee Seeks Its Own Level. 1990. If one person alone lifts his cup, coffee overflows the other three cups. All four people need to coordinate their actions and lift simultaneously. Inspired by the principle “water seeks its own level”. I had been working on a series of projects using basic scientific principles learned in high school as a means to explore architectural issues.  

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caelas:

saying feminism is unnecessary because you don’t feel oppressed is like saying fire extinguishers are unnecessary because your house isn’t on fire

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oupacademic:


What do you call your loved one? Perhaps you call them honey or darling, or if you’re a little more old-fashioned, you might call them flitter-mouse or honey-sop. Not following?

6 July, is International Kissing Day, and we’ve found a few unusual archaic terms of endearment in the Oxford English Dictionary that you might want to try out for the occasion.
Image: Romeo and Juliet by Frank Dicksee. Public domain via Wikimedia Commons.

oupacademic:

What do you call your loved one? Perhaps you call them honey or darling, or if you’re a little more old-fashioned, you might call them flitter-mouse or honey-sop. Not following?

6 July, is International Kissing Day, and we’ve found a few unusual archaic terms of endearment in the Oxford English Dictionary that you might want to try out for the occasion.

Image: Romeo and Juliet by Frank Dicksee. Public domain via Wikimedia Commons.

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asylum-art:

Creative Sculptures by Hedi Xandt

Hedi Xandt imagines impressive sculptures. Mixing styles and materials with talent, the artist invites us to discover his dark and intense universe.

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likeafieldmouse:

Inigo Aragon - Contemporary Altars (2012)

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