the story coaster, via nyt

the story coaster, via nyt

How odd I can have all this inside me and to you it’s just words.

— David Foster Wallace, The Pale King. via

(Source: heartisthedrum, via ankurthakkar)

20 Aug 2013 Reblogged from heartisthedrum
unknown man, a starving vagrant, died after eating a tub of library paste in 1908. via

unknown man, a starving vagrant, died after eating a tub of library paste in 1908. via

from  aritzia

from aritzia

mlb:

Caution: You will probably stare at this for hours.

mlb:

Caution: You will probably stare at this for hours.

(Source: flipflopflyball, via irunfrombears)

25 Jun 2013 Reblogged from flipflopflyball
Hemingway on Paris in Comic Sans is a travesty.

Hemingway on Paris in Comic Sans is a travesty.

haikus from the New York Times

haikus from the New York Times

6 Apr 2013 Reblogged from timeshaiku

One should always be drunk. That’s all that matters… But with what? With wine, with poetry, or with virtue, as you choose. But get drunk.

— Charles Baudelaire

Very cool: “A circa-1910 illustration of what the folks at the Greater Atlanta Magazine imagined Peachtree Street would look like come 2010.”

Very cool: “A circa-1910 illustration of what the folks at the Greater Atlanta Magazine imagined Peachtree Street would look like come 2010.”

Q: What’s your favorite vegetarian restaurant?
A: India

— Anthony Bourdain, here.

devastatingly ironic.

devastatingly ironic.

superhero ice pops.

superhero ice pops.

(via smittywestside-deactivated20130)

new yorker covers you were never meant to see

new yorker covers you were never meant to see

(Source: maddieonthings, via clubandcountry)

4 Jun 2012 Reblogged from maddieonthings