Marney and Ivy livin da vida loca and tlkin bout it 15/16 years old~ Alpaca's Lurkin' ~Hit us up with your walking stick. hit counter
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Story of the day:
my friend put her chocolate down on my couch
and my black toy poodle snarfled it up
when we tried to retrieve it, he snarled at us
only until he barked at my other dog did it fly 3 ft. out of his mouth and we were able to retrieve it. 

Story of the day:

my friend put her chocolate down on my couch

and my black toy poodle snarfled it up

when we tried to retrieve it, he snarled at us

only until he barked at my other dog did it fly 3 ft. out of his mouth and we were able to retrieve it. 

Pearls, reminds me of Batman: the dark knight rises, which is a fabulous film btw.

Pearls, reminds me of Batman: the dark knight rises, which is a fabulous film btw.

Radioactive by Marina and the Diamonds

even though the song by Imagine Dragons is what I’m listening to, brought to me by the ads during the olympic ceremony.

whitneymuseum:

Yayoi Kusama in her installation Fireflies on the Water (2002) two weeks ago. The room is currently on view at the Whitney as part of Kusama’s retrospective. 
Photograph by Jason Schmidt, whose artist portraits are worth spending some time with. 

whitneymuseum:

Yayoi Kusama in her installation Fireflies on the Water (2002) two weeks ago. The room is currently on view at the Whitney as part of Kusama’s retrospective

Photograph by Jason Schmidt, whose artist portraits are worth spending some time with. 

Letters From a Young Contrarian: Books to Look Forward To

youngcontrarian:

The Guardian has declared this to be a “stellar” year for fiction, and indeed, I would classify any season with a new Ian McEwan novel in it to be just that. So, here are for the four works — fiction and non-fiction — that I am looking forward to reading in the coming months.

Sweet Tooth,…

I used to have this envious feeling towards the type of writer who never gives a second thought to whether their readers might not all be white and middle class and highly educated. That’s the whole world to them. All their characters sound like the author and like each other and like the reader. It seemed to me you could write so much more cleanly and stylishly when you didn’t have to try and think yourself into many places at the same time…in my situation, every time I write a sentence I’m thinking not only of the people I ended up in college with but my siblings, my family, my school friends, the people from my neighborhood. I’ve come to realize that this is an advantage, really: it keeps you on your toes. And it seems clear to me that these little varietals of voice and lifestyle…are fundamentally significant. They’re not just decoration on top of a life; they’re the filter through which we come to understand the world.

Zadie Smith, interviewed by The New Yorker. (via wtomasko)

first of all, ivy this is so typical
second of all, electing him pres’ would probably be the smartest decision America ever made.
Disick is the man!
(lol x a million)

first of all, ivy this is so typical

second of all, electing him pres’ would probably be the smartest decision America ever made.

Disick is the man!

(lol x a million)

wow, yes.

have you ever sat in class and listened to the conversations around you and realize that you are the smartest person in the room

(Source: nyozeka)

Eiffel Tower Reality check:
• When one needs to pee, the public bathroom has a 30 minute wait line with a mustached man yelling at you in French positioned at the entrance. 
• When one needs to sit down on an empty block of cement, a swath of young tourists will swiftly speed to the site and take it from you.
• When one needs some peace and quiet, the construction workers in the middle of the structure bang loudly and insistently to keep the big metal thing from crumbling to pieces. 
It’s still beautiful, yes, but they must have photoshopped the reality out of the picture. 

Eiffel Tower Reality check:

• When one needs to pee, the public bathroom has a 30 minute wait line with a mustached man yelling at you in French positioned at the entrance. 

• When one needs to sit down on an empty block of cement, a swath of young tourists will swiftly speed to the site and take it from you.

• When one needs some peace and quiet, the construction workers in the middle of the structure bang loudly and insistently to keep the big metal thing from crumbling to pieces. 

It’s still beautiful, yes, but they must have photoshopped the reality out of the picture. 

(Source: missburberry)