1. Hyperbole and a half

    I recently discovered this blog called ‘Hyperbole and a half’. I read that the blog has 5-7 million unique visitors per month, so I clearly arrived at this very late. I heard her interview on Fresh Air (i love you Terry Gross), and looked her up online, and that’s how i found it. Her two-part posts on depression is one of the best things I’ve read online. ever.

    http://hyperboleandahalf.blogspot.com/2011/10/adventures-in-depression.html

    http://hyperboleandahalf.blogspot.com/2009/07/i-need-to-be-famous-by-thursday.html

    As an homage to the blog, i drew my recommendation in the style of the blog:

  2. 3 June 2013

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Joey Roth

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    Joey Roth

  3. textbook:

J.Crew v-necks are strong v-necks. 
Pro-tip: Take your newish t-shirts to the beach. Dunk them in the ocean. Rub sand all over them. Dunk them in the ocean again. More sand. Ocean. Let them dry in the sun. Wash them a few times. Now they extra soft.
Other pro-tip: J.Crew having big sale time.

    textbook:

    J.Crew v-necks are strong v-necks

    Pro-tip: Take your newish t-shirts to the beach. Dunk them in the ocean. Rub sand all over them. Dunk them in the ocean again. More sand. Ocean. Let them dry in the sun. Wash them a few times. Now they extra soft.

    Other pro-tip: J.Crew having big sale time.

  4. true that.

    (Source: amypoehler)

  5. Memory

    — "Monotony collapses time; novelty unfolds it. You can exercise daily and eat healthily and live a long life, while experiencing a short one. If you spend your life sitting in a cubicle and passing papers, one day is bound to blend unmemorably into the next-and disappear." -Moonwalking with Einstein by Jonathan Foer

  6. Style HQ: Inside Theory's Slick NYC Offices →

    beautiful offices

  7. Confidence is 10% hard work and 90% delusion

    — Tina Fey (via kapi)

  8. existential cartoons are my favorite kind.

    existential cartoons are my favorite kind.

  9. Ron: Everything ok, Knope?
    Leslie: My boyfriend is a lawyer, and he’s smart, interesting, and there’re a lot of things that I like, but he acted like a real jerk today. I don’t know, there’s something about the way he treats people, or something?
    Ron: He’s a tourist. He vacations in people’s lives. He takes pictures, puts them in a scrap book and moves on. All he’s interested in are stories.
    Leslie: Huh.
    Ron: Basically, he’s selfish, and you’re not. That’s why you don’t like him.

    — Parks and Recreation ‘Galentine’s Day’

  10. more guys should wear apc
youmightfindyourself:


a.p.c.

    more guys should wear apc

    youmightfindyourself:

    a.p.c.