collared

collared

over the bridge

over the bridge

parislemon:

X-Men, united.

(Source: theworldofcinema)

sambraddock:

the-absolute-best-gifs:

(via wilwheaton)

nevver:

Going.

nevver:

Going.

nevver:

Going.

nevver:

Going.

better late than never

better late than never

notes from a bartender

notes from a bartender

major slazer

major slazer

archiemcphee:

Here’s yet another awesome thing about Japan: Pigeon Mask Parties.

Whether they’re made of feathers or latex, hanging out in the park or at a bar, it’s clear that pigeons love to flock. Did you know that a group of pigeons is called a loft? That means you could also call these gatherings Loft Parties. It sounds like Pigeon Mask code.

Check out The Pigeon Mask website for more glimpses of our Pigeon Mask in the wild.

[Bottom photo via dots_and_loops via The Pigeon Mask]

they’re spreading

parislemon:

nevver:

1920

History. It repeats.

goodbye babylon

goodbye babylon

classic

classic

Giving less advice

parislemon:

Jason Fried:

Advice, like fruit, is best when it’s fresh. But advice quickly decays, and 15 year-old advice is bound to be radioactive. Sharing a life experience is one thing (grandparents are great at this – listen to them!), but advice is another thing. Don’t give advice about things you used to know. Just because you did something a long time ago doesn’t mean you’re qualified to talk about it today.

Think you’ll get a good answer from a 30 year old telling you what it’s like to be 15? Or a 20 year old remembering what it’s like to be 5? Shit, I’m about to turn 40, and all I remember about being 25 is that I wasn’t 26. How clearly do you really remember anything from 15 years ago? And how many of those memories are actually marred by time and current experiences? How many of those things really happened the way you recall them today?

This is so true. Experience matters. But only so far as your experience is relevant in some way. You may think it is. But that’s not a given.

fixture

fixture