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flaowers:

modern-day-vintage:


This bookshop is like 5 minutes away from Shakespeare & Co., but not too many people know about it apparently because while Shakespeare & Co. is completely overrun most of the time, this bookshop isn’t. It’s run by a Canadian guy & they will almost always offer you tea or coffee while browsing, which is lovely. The people there are super friendly & speak both English and French, so don’t hesitate to ask for anything. It’s a really nice alternative to Shakespeare & Co. if you’re looking for used or new books. 

Ahhh!! I would LOVE to go here!!

☾ ☼

egalitarianyellowfang:

Just your daily reminders:

  • Racists are a problem
  • White people are not
  • Homophobes are a problem
  • Straight people are not
  • Transphobes are a problem
  • Cis people are not
  • Sexists are a problem
  • Men are not

And most importantly,

  • Hating an innocent person solely because of their race, sexuality, or gender makes you a fucking asshole
outofthewhore-dinary:

i was happily scrolling down and when i saw this my face dropped and i swear my heart stopped for a while. just look at this.look at it. it’s so pure yet it shows affection. it’s so simple yet it holds many feelings. i really, really want to touch someone’s hand like this and i hope they don’t pull it away.i love this.
mattmawson:

Embarcadero Mazatlán Mexico
garbagecanofficial:

tears by marcia lacerte on Flickr.
hannahsider:

The Braidy Bunch at Houghton
Hannah Sider ©
loverofbeauty:

George Orwell: 1984     Original corrected manuscript - completed December 1948 
(Source: beatbopped, via holy-scraps)

"A person who is nice to you, but rude to the waiter, is not a nice person."

- Dave Barry (via timmysenpai)

(Source: , via qoax)

qoax:

jorge balarezo crazy blind date 2014

James Dean photographed by Dennis Stock, NYC, 1955.

(Source: thelittlefreakazoidthatcould)

polmaic:

Berlin-Alexanderplatz VIII, Matthias Hoch, 1988

mymodernmet:

French photographer Florian Beaudenon's series Instant Life offers a voyeuristic peek into the homes and lives of different men, women, and families, inviting viewers to inspect their belongings and behaviors from a bird’s-eye view.

(via rrosequartz)