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pertlattimers:

sometimes i just

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i fucking can’t with you anymore tumblr

So how many of you would unfollow me if I made this my theme music. 

yes just like

walk into a room and that starts playing

i’m this close of throwing up my breakfast oh goodness

are you ok

IM CRYING OMGGGG 


omfg, I feel compelled to reblog this

That was beautiful.

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Suits Aren’t for Standing in Front of Mirrors
The past few days a several images of soccer star David Beckham showing off his moves while wearing a suit came across my dashboard (likely from this Glamour article) and it reminded me of some advice I’d once read.
Most often, when guys go to purchase a new suit they immediately go in front of a mirror and turn into a robot. Their back stiffens, the chest heaves outward and knees lock. But this is only one way to determine if a suit fits you well. Instead, try walking around a bit and not focusing on a mirror. Sit down in a chair and cross your legs or put your feet up. And perhaps consider kicking around a soccer ball. 
The point is to get a feel of how the suit moves with your body. Perhaps the slimness you like in the mirror isn’t the best for when you need to squat down and pick up something off the floor. Or maybe the shoulders don’t quite have the range of movement you’d prefer, although they may look perfect when you’re standing still like a statue. 
Your suit shouldn’t only fit you when you’re standing upright, as Mr. Beckham proves. It should make you feel like you can do anything and look great, too.
-Kiyoshi


Yep, suit attire is definitely not just for the mirror 

putthison:

Suits Aren’t for Standing in Front of Mirrors

The past few days a several images of soccer star David Beckham showing off his moves while wearing a suit came across my dashboard (likely from this Glamour article) and it reminded me of some advice I’d once read.

Most often, when guys go to purchase a new suit they immediately go in front of a mirror and turn into a robot. Their back stiffens, the chest heaves outward and knees lock. But this is only one way to determine if a suit fits you well. Instead, try walking around a bit and not focusing on a mirror. Sit down in a chair and cross your legs or put your feet up. And perhaps consider kicking around a soccer ball. 

The point is to get a feel of how the suit moves with your body. Perhaps the slimness you like in the mirror isn’t the best for when you need to squat down and pick up something off the floor. Or maybe the shoulders don’t quite have the range of movement you’d prefer, although they may look perfect when you’re standing still like a statue. 

Your suit shouldn’t only fit you when you’re standing upright, as Mr. Beckham proves. It should make you feel like you can do anything and look great, too.

-Kiyoshi

Yep, suit attire is definitely not just for the mirror 

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Was really expecting something totally different

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Jean, you’re doing it wrong, you fucking sloppy drunk bitch.

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This.Is.Perfect!

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Is Doctor Who a Religion?

Dr. Who is one of the longest running TV shows on the BBC, and it’s got a huge fandom surrounding it, called Whovians. And while it might not seem like, Whovianism, might just be RELIGION!!!!! Whovians, like other passionate fan cultures, create art & fan fiction and engage in a strong remix and cosplay culture. But it’s more than that. Dr. Who provides a philosophy; a way of understanding the universe. Fans embrace this in ways that are similar to most world religions: a positive influence that changes their approach to daily life. Also, the Tardis makes a pretty great shrine!

Special thanks to Chris Myers for helping with research on this episode!!!!

Let us know what sorts of crazy ideas you have, about this episode and otherwise:

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Haha. Geertz, Doctor Who, and Religion who can ask for more?

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Sad Party

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Sad Party

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newyorker:

Cartoon of the day by Andy Friedman. For more from this week’s issue: http://nyr.kr/QgjwS0

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Cartoon of the day by Andy Friedman. For more from this week’s issue: http://nyr.kr/QgjwS0

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jimmychrist:

barack. 50. bisexual. im a boy and i wear makeup get over it. my parents dont understand me and i hate them. killjoy name: emobama exploder. this is an lgbt friendly blog. if u follow me i follow back.

omg no stop reblogging this it’s from my emo phase sTOP

SCREAMING

DONE. 

obama blog is my favourite blog

thisgingersnapsback:

glossylalia:

marsandrist:

barackobama:

jimmychrist:

barack. 50. bisexual. im a boy and i wear makeup get over it. my parents dont understand me and i hate them. killjoy name: emobama exploder. this is an lgbt friendly blog. if u follow me i follow back.

omg no stop reblogging this it’s from my emo phase sTOP

SCREAMING

DONE. 

obama blog is my favourite blog

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