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menandtheirdogs:

A father and son take their lab for a walk on the beach.

(Source: youtube.com, via rosiedoll)

dogshaming:

CSI: Canine Stool InspectorMy name is Harley. Every chance I get, I sneak to my cat brother’s litter box, dig poop out all…View Post
we are bonded forever.

(Source: vaatus, via avatarparallels)

theniftyfifties:

Jacques Fath fashion illustration, 1950s.
what-id-wear:

What I’d Wear : The Outfit Database

(source : Collage Vintage

Everything Has Changed vs. California King Bed

(Source: ialmostdo / MattRyan925)

lesboflow:

THIS. FUCKING READ IT, UNDERSTAND IT, THEN REREAD IT, THEN SHARE IT, THEN NEVER EVER FUCKING EVER USE SLUT AS AN INSULT AGAIN, OK? OK.

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coffeentrees:

Prepare for weekend adventure. Photo: @marvinchagler #HerschelSupply #WellTravelled by herschelsupply
theswinginsixties:

Burt Ward as Robin in ‘Batman’.
So I was scrolling down my dashboard when I came across a set of photos of this river in Wyoming, when I got a wave of inspiration.
This short is the outcome of that inspiration.  
"You know that feeling you get when you stand in the rush of water. You can feel its current and strength hitting your legs. It’s pushing you forward, slowly, but fast enough for you to notice its control. Which then leads you to realize that if you lose focus for one moment you can slip under and possibly never reach that spot where you stood so proudly before.  The running water would drag you along and force you to hit every bump and cranny along its winding path, until finally you are able to grab hold of something to pull yourself up again, but even that lacks probability.  
That was the feeling I got when he looked at me.
Maybe it was his sheer cunningness or his boisterous pandemic, but whatever it was I knew I was standing in a danger zone.

I knew that with him, my only outcome would become a dead float in a rapacious river.’