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"Become friends with people who aren’t your age. Hang out with people whose first language isn’t the same as yours. Get to know someone who doesn’t come from your social class. This is how you see the world. This is how you grow."

— (via socaltides)

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missblackwood:

sexual preference: men in expensive suits with protective instincts

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tastefullypreppy:

newenglandwaspygirl:

Updating the blog- yay or naa for a new pic????

yes

tastefullypreppy:

newenglandwaspygirl:

Updating the blog- yay or naa for a new pic????

yes

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mcmatteo:

824706:

I’m sorry I am but nothing will ever top this gif this is the greatest thing I’ve ever seen and I want to kiss this dog

He’s ready for an adventure

mcmatteo:

824706:

I’m sorry I am but nothing will ever top this gif this is the greatest thing I’ve ever seen and I want to kiss this dog

He’s ready for an adventure

(Source: machistado, via ponytailtime)

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bellecosby:

adcouncil:

goingurban:

valentinacarrara:

escapekit:

Find a home here

Canadian charitable organization RainCity Housing provides to the homeless housing and support services. As a way to raise awareness, the organization engaged the help of ad agency Spring Advertising to create two special park bench installations that double as ads. 

E’ interessante riflettere sul fatto che no place like home.

Smart advertising

Advertising as shelter. 

more these less spikes 

(Source: designtaxi.com, via vinesandsunshine)

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yonderdarling:

wisped:

It’s 2014 can girls please stop wearing heart shaped aviators and flower crowns to festivals

it’s 2014 can people stop telling girls how to dress

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aplaceforart:

more art here
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shecallesmebeloved:

Breakfast in Bed
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atlantic-saints:

From the old days, Gilder Boathouse on the Housatonic River, Yale University

atlantic-saints:

From the old days, Gilder Boathouse on the Housatonic River, Yale University

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ladyfalcon:

"The truth was, Mrs. Kennedy was very hard to resist. We adored her. Our job was to protect her, and as long as nothing interfered with that mission, we would walk on water if she asked. And she knew it."

ladyfalcon:

"The truth was, Mrs. Kennedy was very hard to resist. We adored her. Our job was to protect her, and as long as nothing interfered with that mission, we would walk on water if she asked. And she knew it."

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