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Nothing like being picked up and being slammed back down to the ground. 

What is this chronic sadness I feel

theguywiththelokitattoo:

jumpingjacktrash:

deersatan:

LOOK AT THIS TINY FUCKING BUS

that is the shortest short bus i’ve ever seen

Why not use a van??

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keralaatheart:

holding Ayurvedic herbal remedy

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everything-is-stickers:

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bywandandsword:

Fucking shit

This is simultaneously cool-looking and absolutely terrifying.

i was like, ohhhh what adorable little - AHHHHHH NO

OOOH NO

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I just bought umbrellas.

just because. 

ratherfuck:

Photograph by Pham Ty
May 2014

Vietnam—On the Huong River in Hue, young women in traditional garb float paper-flower candles—lights for lost souls pardoned every July 15. The Buddhist holiday began in medieval China. Today it’s celebrated throughout Asia.

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my-spirits-aroma-or:

A street vendor making jalebi.

by Anubhav Saxena 

thisbigcity:

soundbitecity:

No Surface Without a Seat

Berlin isn’t the warmest of places, so I was continually surprised by the amount of outdoor seating around the city.  In some neighborhoods, sidewalk cafes, public benches, beer gardens, or terraces seemed to be at every turn.  But what surprised me even more than the sheer amount of seating, was the seemingly ad-hoc, improvised, or innovative nature of many of the options.  Anywhere there was a surface or some extra space, you were bound to find a cushion, a folding chair, a crate, or some recycled materials inviting you to sit down and take a break.  It wasn’t limited to restaurants and bars either - cushions and chairs could be found on the steps, ledges, sidewalks, and street corners outside of clothing stores, gift shops, and all sorts of other random places.

My visit was in April, presumably the time of year when these chairs and cushions first emerge from winter storage.  I’d be curious to take walk through the city in summertime to see them in greater use, and to see if even more sprout up.  It must create an impressively vibrant street life.

Photos taken April, 2014

Take a seat!

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