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Its official. I’ve decided. I’m going to audition for #TheVoice 2013! @NBCTheVoice #LetItAllGo. Stay tuned for more

Its official. I’ve decided. I’m going to audition for #TheVoice 2013! @NBCTheVoice #LetItAllGo. Stay tuned for more

bestrooftalkever:

themattsmith:

Nailed it, Stephanopolous


Poor Bill Russell.

Smh…guess we still all kinda look a lot lol

bestrooftalkever:

themattsmith:

Nailed it, Stephanopolous

Poor Bill Russell.

Smh…guess we still all kinda look a lot lol

artesoul:

*beat the pussy up*beat the pussy up*

Hahahahaha

artesoul:

*beat the pussy up*beat the pussy up*

Hahahahaha

royalcookies:

Cookie pies delivered to your door! Click the photo for more information.

"Cookie Pies: Delivered to your door"…but what is a cookie pie?!

royalcookies:

Cookie pies delivered to your door! Click the photo for more information.

"Cookie Pies: Delivered to your door"…but what is a cookie pie?!

Lol!!!

Lol!!!

Man’s best friend? Guess every man needs this…lol “Caring for your bitches”

meme4u:

http://www.memeblock.com

Man’s best friend? Guess every man needs this…lol “Caring for your bitches”

meme4u:

http://www.memeblock.com

This is one of the funniest things I’ve EVER SEEN!

barbiehighheels:

i

can’t

breathe

why is this so funny

anchordivision:

Mister Freedom Indigo “Boro” Tie
Boro is a Japanese term describing patched up textiles. Repairing and patching was a necessity in early Japan, when new fabric was scarce and expensive.A garment may have had many lives, often ending up in small pieces to repair a futon cover, monpei pants, yukata, furoshiki…I came across some original folk indigo boro  in the early 1990′s, while in Japan, and have been an admirer since then. Although not originally done for aesthetic reasons, some surviving examples are to me Folk Art at its best.

anchordivision:

Mister Freedom Indigo “Boro” Tie

Boro is a Japanese term describing patched up textiles. Repairing and patching was a necessity in early Japan, when new fabric was scarce and expensive.
A garment may have had many lives, often ending up in small pieces to repair a futon cover, monpei pants, yukatafuroshiki
I came across some original folk indigo boro  in the early 1990′s, while in Japan, and have been an admirer since then. Although not originally done for aesthetic reasons, some surviving examples are to me Folk Art at its best.