Video 24 Jul 1,338 notes

It is clear now but may have been less visible in 1955 that Plato is gay and has a crush on Jim; at the planetarium, he touches his shoulder caressingly…Jim gives Plato a lift home and Plato asks him, “Hey, you want to come home with me? I mean, there’s nobody home at my house, and heck, I’m not tired. Are you?” But Jim glances in the direction of Judy’s house, and then so does Plato, ruefully.
-Roger Ebert

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Photo 24 Jul 333 notes joelmccrea:

mothgirlwings:


Gloria DeHaven
C. 1950s
(via mothgirlwings)

joelmccrea:

mothgirlwings:

Gloria DeHaven

C. 1950s

(via mothgirlwings)

Photo 24 Jul 327,795 notes dzolamboto:

oregonfairy:


The tallest statue in the world, Ushiku Daibutsu.

this always gives me chills


Insane.

dzolamboto:

oregonfairy:

The tallest statue in the world, Ushiku Daibutsu.

this always gives me chills

Insane.

Photo 24 Jul 214 notes verylittlebird:

another slow day in the Vice offices

verylittlebird:

another slow day in the Vice offices

Photo 24 Jul 425 notes kqedscience:

How Colors Smell"When someone asks me what flavor slushie I want, I don’t say “cherry,” I say “red.” That flavor is called “red.” “Blue” is another flavor a slushie might have. Similarly, a cherry smell—especially the chemically cherry smell of a red slushie—is a red smell.That one’s easy, since cherries are red. It doesn’t take a wild leap to make that association. But what color is the smell of, say, soap?A new study published in PLOS One finds that some people say white, some say yellow, some say blue. A group of international researchers had people from different cultures smell 14 scents and choose from 36 colors the one that they associated most with the odor.”
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kqedscience:

How Colors Smell

"When someone asks me what flavor slushie I want, I don’t say “cherry,” I say “red.” That flavor is called “red.” “Blue” is another flavor a slushie might have. Similarly, a cherry smell—especially the chemically cherry smell of a red slushie—is a red smell.

That one’s easy, since cherries are red. It doesn’t take a wild leap to make that association. But what color is the smell of, say, soap?

A new study published in PLOS One finds that some people say white, some say yellow, some say blue. A group of international researchers had people from different cultures smell 14 scents and choose from 36 colors the one that they associated most with the odor.”

Find out more from theatlantic.

Video 24 Jul 901 notes

davidwainguitarhero:

he’s playin to win

Text 24 Jul 3,638 notes

Anonymous said: Can problematic kinks or fetishes be used in a progressive way?

fluvicoline:

um

do you have a land redistribution fetish

Text 24 Jul 273 notes

spermbanker:

*licks a john green book and shoves a mug of hot tea up my ass*
Dang It Feels Good To Be Different!

Text 24 Jul 223,307 notes

aluox:

image

I don’t understand why but I really hate this shade of blue

Photo 24 Jul 130,328 notes babylonian:

aerostarmonk:

One time Matt Damon guest starred on Arthur and he looked horrifying.

"so should we draw Matt as a human or as an aardvark?"
"yes"

babylonian:

aerostarmonk:

One time Matt Damon guest starred on Arthur and he looked horrifying.

"so should we draw Matt as a human or as an aardvark?"

"yes"


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