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things will always get better ........music usually helps.

eatwatchandreadplenty:

Can’t Buy me Love (1987)

eatwatchandreadplenty:

Can’t Buy me Love (1987)

truth of the genre.  

truth of the genre.  

(Source: felinekingdom)

Patrick Dempsey as Ronald Miller in Can’t Buy Me Love (1987)

80s high school chick flicks are the greatest 

(Source: nickmillerturtleface)

“Why do you go away? So that you can come back. So that you can see the place you came from with new eyes and extra colors. And the people there see you differently, too. Coming back to where you started is not the same as never leaving.”

—   Terry Pratchett (via travelingilove)

(Source: travelingilove.com, via lotusinaseaoffire)

generalelectric:

Every machine has its own acoustic signature - a precise frequency that indicates whether that machine is operating at peak performance. GE engineers monitor and record these sounds to perform real-time diagnostics on airplane engines, locomotives, power turbines, and medical equipment. Musician Matthew Dear and GE Acoustics Engineer Andrew Gorton teamed up to collect and compose thousands of audio emissions from the world’s most powerful machines. The result is an original track of music titled “Drop Science.” Download the full track on our SoundCloud.

philliplight:

I read Neil Gaiman’s “Stardust” recently and doodled the severely pissed off and feisty fallen star, Yvaine.

philliplight:

I read Neil Gaiman’s “Stardust” recently and doodled the severely pissed off and feisty fallen star, Yvaine.

I don’t have bedding for tonight and I want to scrub every inch of this room

Meringue Experimentation

captainfalconsknee:

My current activity. Its kind of like sexual experimentation except more sugar. Similarities include: 

  • Alex uses chocolate
  • Alex gets all sticky
  • Eggs are involved
  • Malt Powder

I don’t know who Alex is experimenting with but it’s definitely not me

“'Bring the rain,' he whispered, 'bring the rain.'”

—   Sherrilyn Kenyon, from Acheron (via the-final-sentence)
Bearie is worried that he won’t fit. 

(don’t worry—he won’t get left behind!)