1. kvetchlandia:

    Photo by Inge Morath, Masks by Saul Steinberg     from the “Masquerade” Series, New York City     c.1958

    (via oldnewyork)

     
  2. castieltherebel:

    haelthefallen:

    naule:

    this is the exact opposite of a problem

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    *slow clap for the btvs fandom*

    Ha.

    (Source: onlylolgifs, via katherineofvalois)

     
  3. dogshaming:

    Can’t balance a checkbook.

    Ed. Note: you and me both, dog.

    (Source: dogshaming)

     
  4. dogshaming:

    Pillow? What Pillow?

    (Source: dogshaming)

     
  5. dogshaming:

    My feet smell like corn chips. I have frito paws!

    Editor’s note: So does my friend’s dog Kiki!! You are not alone. Mine smell like doritos (by mine I mean my dog, not me. Although….)

    Where is the shame in this?  I’ve long enjoyed the fact that ALL dogs (n=5, in my case) have paws that smell delightfully of corn chips.

    (Source: dogshaming)

     
  6. nyrbclassics:

    It’s always the right moment for a quip from M. Jules Renard
    via the Atheist Meme Base

     
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  11. Prominent words from the novel-in-progress; created at wordle.net

     

  12. "Imagine my surprise, nay, my consternation, when without moving from his privacy, Bartleby in a singularly mild, firm voice, replied, “I would prefer not to.”
    I sat awhile in perfect silence, rallying my stunned faculties. Immediately it occurred to me that my ears had deceived me, or Bartleby had entirely misunderstood my meaning. I repeated my request in the clearest tone I could assume. But in quite as clear a one came the previous reply, “I would prefer not to.”
    “Prefer not to,” echoed I, rising in high excitement, and crossing the room with a stride. “What do you mean? Are you moon-struck? I want you to help me compare this sheet here—take it,” and I thrust it towards him.
    “I would prefer not to,” said he."
    — Bartleby The Scrivener, by Herman Melville