explore-blog:

So clever – the human body visualized as a subway map by designer Sam Loman, a fine addition to these visual metaphors using he London Tube map.
Also see these vintage illustrations envisioning the body as a machine.

explore-blog:

So clever – the human body visualized as a subway map by designer Sam Loman, a fine addition to these visual metaphors using he London Tube map.

Also see these vintage illustrations envisioning the body as a machine.

caseymakesart:

All hail the queen of reality T.V. Miss New York!!

caseymakesart:

All hail the queen of reality T.V. Miss New York!!

tinnyhouse:

adultsupervisionpls:

zvveilous:

demonoflight:

its-idek-anymore:

magnetic-rose:

sclez:

ros3bud009:

barnaby-butts-jr:

browniehooves:

did-you-kno:

Source

Oh my god

can you IMAGiNE walking in to something like this?
LOL

So my school put on a Silent Disco once, and it was one of the most hilarious experiences of my life. Admittedly it is probably slightly different in that everyone just downloaded a play list and we all tried to start them at the exact same second. But that didn’t work so we all danced to the music and it was fine, but like, people would start dancing crazy for sudden song dynamic shifts that you hadn’t gotten to yet, and just… it was hilarious.
But the best part really is taking your headphones off, especially during a song that everyone knows. Because everyone is singing and yelling to the song and without the music there, they sound like a bunch of drunk, yowling cats. It’s awful and hilarious.

The rest of the world doesn’t have silent discos?


Silent discos are amaaaaaazing. I went to one once and they handed out headphones that were connected to three different DJs, so you could just switch DJs whenever you wanted to. And it’s great because if you ever want to talk to someone you can just take your headphones off and there won’t be loud booming music.

oh my GOD

I CAN’T BELIEVE PEOPLE DON’T KNOW ABOUT SILENT DISCOS DOES THE REST OF THE WORLD LIVE UNDER A ROCK OR SOMETHING


In NYC we have silent raves outside in the park square. It’s always lots of fun, and seeing random people unaware of the annual event walk by in the street is always amusing.

we have silent discos in class
don’t judge us

tinnyhouse:

adultsupervisionpls:

zvveilous:

demonoflight:

its-idek-anymore:

magnetic-rose:

sclez:

ros3bud009:

barnaby-butts-jr:

browniehooves:

did-you-kno:

Source

Oh my god

can you IMAGiNE walking in to something like this?

LOL

So my school put on a Silent Disco once, and it was one of the most hilarious experiences of my life. Admittedly it is probably slightly different in that everyone just downloaded a play list and we all tried to start them at the exact same second. But that didn’t work so we all danced to the music and it was fine, but like, people would start dancing crazy for sudden song dynamic shifts that you hadn’t gotten to yet, and just… it was hilarious.

But the best part really is taking your headphones off, especially during a song that everyone knows. Because everyone is singing and yelling to the song and without the music there, they sound like a bunch of drunk, yowling cats. It’s awful and hilarious.

The rest of the world doesn’t have silent discos?

Silent discos are amaaaaaazing. I went to one once and they handed out headphones that were connected to three different DJs, so you could just switch DJs whenever you wanted to. And it’s great because if you ever want to talk to someone you can just take your headphones off and there won’t be loud booming music.

oh my GOD

I CAN’T BELIEVE PEOPLE DON’T KNOW ABOUT SILENT DISCOS DOES THE REST OF THE WORLD LIVE UNDER A ROCK OR SOMETHING

In NYC we have silent raves outside in the park square. It’s always lots of fun, and seeing random people unaware of the annual event walk by in the street is always amusing.

we have silent discos in class

don’t judge us

thedailywhat:

Passive-Aggressive Karaoke Review of the Day: On Saturday night in East London, an at-home karaoke night kept neighbors up till all hours, and one of those neighbors, Oli Beale, was not amused.“I was lying in bed getting more and more wound up about it and then I just thought I would write a little critique of their songs as a way of getting through the night,” he said. On Sunday, Beale posted his review (embiggen) on the communal notice board at the flats where he lives. But he also posted it to Twitter, where it was retweeted several hundred times. Despite closing his note with “I hate you,” Beale promises it was all in good fun. ”The poor guys, they were probably just having a party. It’s not like I’m striding around absolutely fuming.” [reddit]

thedailywhat:

Passive-Aggressive Karaoke Review of the Day: On Saturday night in East London, an at-home karaoke night kept neighbors up till all hours, and one of those neighbors, Oli Beale, was not amused.

“I was lying in bed getting more and more wound up about it and then I just thought I would write a little critique of their songs as a way of getting through the night,” he said. 

On Sunday, Beale posted his review (embiggen) on the communal notice board at the flats where he lives. But he also posted it to Twitter, where it was retweeted several hundred times. 

Despite closing his note with “I hate you,” Beale promises it was all in good fun. ”The poor guys, they were probably just having a party. It’s not like I’m striding around absolutely fuming.” 

[reddit]

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opponents:

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There’s an elephant walking on my blog.

ITS TRANSPARENT REBLOG IT

There’s an elephant walking on my blog.