I like Cinnamon

Current location: Glasgow
Hometown: Manchester

I like cinnamon and the colour orange a lot.


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shmurdapunk:

hikergirl:

Peter Glazebrook is out of control.

Colossal carrot - 2014 (Picture: Nigel Roddis/REX (via Pictures of the day: 12 September 2014 - Telegraph))

Giant potato - 2010 (source)
Giant cauliflower - 2014 (Caters News)

this guy is so happy, he’s just doing his weird thing and no one can stop him

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Reblogged from windowshighasfuck

iOS ‘95

iOS ‘95

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darkbeautymag:

SEE MORE IMAGES: http://bit.ly/1t2W1Cp
Photographer: Bernadette NewberryHorns: Nina KoushaHair/Makeup: Sarah CrainModel: Shannon Markesbery @ Heyman Talent Agency

darkbeautymag:

SEE MORE IMAGES: http://bit.ly/1t2W1Cp

Photographer: Bernadette Newberry
Horns: Nina Kousha
Hair/Makeup: Sarah Crain
Model: Shannon Markesbery @ Heyman Talent Agency

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Reblogged from maybenotboring
maybenotboring:

and at no point has anyone thought “maybe we should not build a giant flammable goat this year”

maybenotboring:

and at no point has anyone thought “maybe we should not build a giant flammable goat this year”

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needideasforanoriginalurl:

just-for-grins:

Instant Karma Gifs

These are so brilliant.

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asylum-art:

Jim Lambie

(sculpture David Batchelor)

James “Jim” Lambie is a contemporary visual artist, and was shortlisted for the 2005 Turner Prize with an installation called Mental Oyster. Jim Lambie graduated from the Glasgow School of Art with a Honors Bachelors of Arts degree.

The word “genius” is the nuclear weapon in the critic’s armoury. A lot of people think it should never be used. I used it a while ago and someone wrote to the Guardian complaining. I think they thought I was using it satirically - so rarely is this term employed and so dangerous is its aura.

Yet it has a venerable history. In Renaissance Europe the idea of the “genius” of the artist grew out of Neo-Platonic philosophy and the idea that creativity comes to the poet in a “fury”, a frenzy. From the start it identified artistic excellence with transports of mind. Albrecht Dürer may have been the first artist to see himself as a “genius”, portraying himself as a Christ-like messianic figure. Anyway I know a genius when I see one and the Glasgow artist Jim Lambie is a genius.
Text : The Guardian

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Reblogged from wonderous-world

aliciaaadani:

asksecularwitch:

manboobmaiden:

acatnamedhercules:

WHAT ARE YOU

japanese dwarf flying squirrel

INSTEAD HERE’S A CUTE THING.

this is me

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ponyboicvrtis:

camwhoreconfessional:

dismalhues:

nicolejanelle:

tinyhousesgalore:

Tiny house built by Heirloom Custom Tiny Homes in Oregon. See more here!

Crying

THIS IS A CRIME.

I want one of these, but in Alaska.

Wantttt

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Reblogged from mrcheyl
womenandwanderlust:

More women, more wanderlust…

womenandwanderlust:

More women, more wanderlust…

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lokiperfection:

I hope Tom kept those trousers from Coriolanus. 

Hell, I hope he kept the whole costume!

image

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