themikebest:

Violence should be a last resort.

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cracked:

On [edited] Wisconsin! On [edited] Wisconsin! #CrackedClassic
24 Famous Photos You Won’t Believe Were Fake

cracked:

On [edited] Wisconsin! On [edited] Wisconsin! #CrackedClassic

24 Famous Photos You Won’t Believe Were Fake

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pitchfork:

Watch tUnE-yArDs’ new video for "Water Fountain" directed by Joel Kefali.

pitchfork:

Watch tUnE-yArDs’ new video for "Water Fountain" directed by Joel Kefali.

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pbsthisdayinhistory:

April 23, 1564: William Shakespeare Is Born
April 23, 1564 is widely known to be the day of William Shakespeare’s birth. Take Shakespeare Uncovered's “Which Shakespeare Character Are You?” quiz to see if you’re a Macbeth, Hamlet or Ophelia!

pbsthisdayinhistory:

April 23, 1564: William Shakespeare Is Born

April 23, 1564 is widely known to be the day of William Shakespeare’s birth. Take Shakespeare Uncovered's “Which Shakespeare Character Are You?” quiz to see if you’re a Macbeth, Hamlet or Ophelia!

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worldoffood23:

for all the souls no longer here

worldoffood23:

for all the souls no longer here

(Source: nickymeatball)

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supersonicart:

Fredrik Rättzén.

Illustrations and paintings by Fredrik Rättzén:

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cracked:

Has any movie pushed us to like the wrong protagonist more than Ferris Bueller’s Day Off? Ferris is the guy with his name on a water tower and Wrigley Field and everybody’s lips. He’s far from needing saving. As we’ve argued before, Cameron is the real hero of the movie and the one in need of help to make the most of his newfound lack of depression. That’s why this design from Daniel F. celebrates the guy who isn’t a smug magic asshole for 102 minutes, and who’s turned his own life upside down due to the ageless charms of a manic Matthew Broderick. [GET IT HERE]

cracked:

Has any movie pushed us to like the wrong protagonist more than Ferris Bueller’s Day Off? Ferris is the guy with his name on a water tower and Wrigley Field and everybody’s lips. He’s far from needing saving. As we’ve argued before, Cameron is the real hero of the movie and the one in need of help to make the most of his newfound lack of depression. That’s why this design from Daniel F. celebrates the guy who isn’t a smug magic asshole for 102 minutes, and who’s turned his own life upside down due to the ageless charms of a manic Matthew Broderick. [GET IT HERE]

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