LOVE these rap lyrics turned into actual street signs. And there’s MORE of them.
Love everything about this!
(via theurbansocialite)Source: egotripland
n. a conversation in which everyone is talking but nobody is listening—each telling stories of their grandparents, their funny dog story, their embarrassing high school memory—together overlaying disconnected words like a game of Scrabble, each player borrowing bits of other anecdotes as a way to increase their own score, until we all run out of things to say.
THIS a million times over —Source: dictionaryofobscuresorrows
….And Matt & Kim just won this whole ‘Harlem Shake’ thing.
But seriously, Michael Angelakos. Love this guy.
I have a not so secret love of Michael Angelakos and all things Passion Pit related. From the amazing new album to the honest and inspiring way Angelakos has dealt with his much publicized struggle with mental health issues, this has been such a big year for the band and I could not be happier for them. (Yes, I get a lot of feelings for people I don’t know). Counting down the days till I see them at Sweetlife 2013!!
Also the fact that they had Matt & Kim (i.e. one of the funnest bands I’ve ever seen live) as an opener is so perfect! Seriously wish I had been there.
Places I want to be right now:
Places I don’t want to be:
Places I currently am:
From the article Here’s the New York Post with the Most Sexist Headline of the Year on the New York Post’s cover of Hillary Clinton (with a scared-looking Bill in the corner) testifying during the congressional hearing over the embassy attack in Benghazi. (via lcucinotta)
And once again, HILLARY, who calmly answered the same irrelevant question somewhere around 12,000 times is portrayed as “exploding with rage” while the male Republican congressman who literally screamed at her isn’t mentioned.
Anyone want to come talk to me about how sexism doesn’t exist anymore?