1. Go see this movie and then listen to this mixtape from the film. They’re both perfect. #GotG #Mixtape

    (Source: Spotify)

     
  2. (Source: wildhogs2, via robdelaney)

     
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  5. Guess who kicks ass.

     
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  7. (Source: meetthepugs, via madfuture)

     
  8. 2000-lightyearsfromhome:

    Raymond Depardon, Glasgow, 1980.

    (Source: shihlun, via madfuture)

     
  9. k-a-t-i-e-:

    Frédéric Lagrange

    (via madfuture)

     

  10. "I was going on a train from Manchester to London and I was looking out of the window at some cows, I believe, and I just thought: “Boy doesn’t know he’s a wizard - goes off to wizard school.” I have no idea where it came from. I think the idea was floating along the train and looking for someone and my mind was vacant enough so it decided to zoom in there."
     

  11. "

    You know that feeling at the end of the day, when the anxiety of that-which-I-must-do falls away and, for maybe the first time that day, you see, with some clarity, the people you love and the ways you have, during that day, slightly ignored them, turned away from them to get back to what you were doing, blurted out some mildly hurtful thing, projected, instead of the deep love you really feel, a surge of defensiveness or self-protection or suspicion? That moment when you think, Oh God, what have I done with this day? And what am I doing with my life? And how must I change to avoid catastrophic end-of-life regrets?


    I feel like that now: tired of the Me I’ve always been, tired of making the same mistakes, repetitively stumbling after the same small ego strokes, being caught in the same loops of anxiety and defensiveness. At the end of my life, I know I won’t be wishing I’d held more back, been less effusive, more often stood on ceremony, forgiven less, spent more days oblivious to the secret wishes and fears of the people around me…

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    — Buddha Boy from The Braindead Megaphone
    George Saunders, 2007
     

  12. "What are we but a spectacle of self-defeat?"
    — The Peripatetic Coffin
    Ethan Rutherford
     
  13. natgeofound:

    A bride leaves for the Old Dutch Church in Sleepy Hollow, New York, 1987.Photograph by Jodi Cobb, National Geographic

     
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  15. "Kim Kardashian will make over $85 million from her new smartphone game. Which I think means we have to stop calling them smartphones."
    — Seth Meyers (via latenightseth)