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Things that make my heart beat
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How Do We Know Dogs Are Colorblind?

fakescience:

How Do We Know Dogs Are Colorblind?

(via astronomical-indie)

(Source: aisforarthur, via 4doors)

Remeber the laundry basket space ships, the maple branch freeze rays, the plastic bead spy gear. When every worm and squished pear was an opportunity and every day was a chance to try something new. When everything was a toy, graciously supplied by Mom, mother nature, jack frost, and healthy imagination.
Now the laundry basket is for clothing and we only toy with eachothers hearts.

exausted:

sans titre by matthiasq on Flickr.

“When our breasts arrived
as a kind of currency, we’d tug
our camisoles low, use
our newfangled bodies to haggle
with the ice cream man. The winner
was the girl who received her chocolate cone
for free, who sucked on candy cigarettes
the same way she wore a training bra.
That summer my pockets grew forests
of hand-tied maraschino cherry stems:
tampered evidence that I might one day be worthy
of kissing. In exchange for rides
on the handlebars of their bikes,
we’d let the boys bite
the beads off our candy
necklaces until the chokers
resembled punched out teeth.
From their slobber, blue and violet
stained my throat where the sweetness
had once been, so I suppose,
Your Honor, I was preparing
for him.”

—   "Beginning in an Ice Cream Truck and Ending in a Courtroom" by Megan Falley (via crookednose)

(via aggressivecompulsivedisorder)

umpenalua:

Porque sim…e porque gosto muito da bicharada ;-)

umpenalua:

Porque sim…e porque gosto muito da bicharada ;-)

(Source: umpenalua)