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Australian

Twin

I enjoy certain stuff and I don't enjoy other stuff. Cats. I enjoy cats. Also travel. I feel like this is becoming a list.

 

I saw a Doritos chip and dip plastic sombrero at the petrol station and I can’t stop thinking about it.

It’s so easy to compare yourself to people who have been working at something for years and years and be like “I’ll never get there!” But you just start doing it an you get there because, fuck it man. The years are gonna go by either way, so you might as well just do what you wanna do.

Dan Avidan (via cobaltgear)

Really like this bulk billing thing. Saved sooo much money over the past couple of months.

edwardspoonhands:

heracliteanfire:

“The graves of Colonel J.C.P.H and Catholic noblewoman J.W.C Van Gorkum. They were married in 1842. In 1888, Van Gorkum died, she wanted to be buried next to her husband. Pillarisation (a form of religious and political segregation in Holland) was still in effect at the time, and according to the law, this was impossible. His wife was buried on the other side of the wall, which was the closest she could get to her husband.” (via Retronaut - The Graves of a Catholic woman and her Protestant husband, Holland)

I mean it sucks that this had to happen, but also, it’s way freakin’ cool that it happened. The fact that this was allowed by the cemetery (or cemeteries) is kinda shocking to me as this feels like a beautiful, intelligent act of protest that would have sparked some kind of debate. But Pillarisation was around for another sixty years or so afterward.
I love cool graves. 

edwardspoonhands:

heracliteanfire:

“The graves of Colonel J.C.P.H and Catholic noblewoman J.W.C Van Gorkum. They were married in 1842. In 1888, Van Gorkum died, she wanted to be buried next to her husband. Pillarisation (a form of religious and political segregation in Holland) was still in effect at the time, and according to the law, this was impossible. His wife was buried on the other side of the wall, which was the closest she could get to her husband.” (via Retronaut - The Graves of a Catholic woman and her Protestant husband, Holland)

I mean it sucks that this had to happen, but also, it’s way freakin’ cool that it happened. The fact that this was allowed by the cemetery (or cemeteries) is kinda shocking to me as this feels like a beautiful, intelligent act of protest that would have sparked some kind of debate. But Pillarisation was around for another sixty years or so afterward.

I love cool graves. 

twitterthecomic:

*Salesman smashes through window into living room* Evening, folks. Are you in the market for a new window?
— Richard McCarthy (@Rich_McCarthy)
February 8, 2013

Twitter: The Comic by Mike Rosenthal [website | tumblr | twitter]

twitterthecomic:

*Salesman smashes through window into living room* Evening, folks. Are you in the market for a new window?

— Richard McCarthy (@Rich_McCarthy)

Twitter: The Comic by Mike Rosenthal [website | tumblr | twitter]

Local supermarket carpark or horror movie set?

3D printers still seem so outrageous and incredible to me that I almost don’t believe they exist. But I know the whole world isn’t making them up to trick me. I need to learn more about 3D printers.

I’m glad that I’m not so entirely desensitised to new technology that there are still inventions that I cannot fathom even after their creation.

jean-ralphio-kirschtein:

Well, PERSONALLY I think that there is a graphic designer who must pay for this with blood

jean-ralphio-kirschtein:

Well, PERSONALLY I think that there is a graphic designer who must pay for this with blood

(Source: meme-farmer)