snupchut:

These EPs were produced by Marina using either Maxell or Worth-It CD-Rs onto which the track listing was hand written by Marina, usually along with two little drawings of diamonds. Some examples came in ‘clam shell’ cases while others come in plain plastic sleeves (both types usually have stickers on), both are genuine and you can see examples in the pictures here. Each EP came wrapped in coloured plastic and carefully sealed with glue. As you might expect still sealed items fetch more than opened ones. Marina sold some directly and included a complimentary sweet and little ‘thank you’ note with each one she sent out. Other copies were sold through the Rough Trade shop in London.

snupchut:

These EPs were produced by Marina using either Maxell or Worth-It CD-Rs onto which the track listing was hand written by Marina, usually along with two little drawings of diamonds. Some examples came in ‘clam shell’ cases while others come in plain plastic sleeves (both types usually have stickers on), both are genuine and you can see examples in the pictures here. Each EP came wrapped in coloured plastic and carefully sealed with glue. As you might expect still sealed items fetch more than opened ones. Marina sold some directly and included a complimentary sweet and little ‘thank you’ note with each one she sent out. Other copies were sold through the Rough Trade shop in London.

Positive affirmations

its-such-a-beautiful-life:

  • You are beautiful
  • You will recover
  • You are strong
  • You have so much to live for
  • You will not fail 
  • Everything will be alright

sixpenceee:

littlekiwifrog:

Tear-drinking Butterflies

In the Amazon, it’s not uncommon to see groups of colorful butterflies fluttering around turtles basking along the river. This is because they drink the turtles’ tears—an invaluable source of salt for the herbivorous butterflies.

(source)

This is so cool

streetetiquette:

Cap’d • #vscocam #florsheim #duckiebrown

streetetiquette:

Cap’d • #vscocam #florsheim #duckiebrown

thebrainscoop:

wearemtblog:

One of the coolest hidden features on UM’s campus is the Philip L. Wright Zoological Museum. The museum contains more than 24,000 specimens of vertebrates, including birds, mammals and fish. It is the largest zoological collection in Montana and one of the major zoological collections representing the Northern Rocky Mountains.

These photos feature some of the beautiful specimens in the collection, as well as former curator David Dyer and Emily Graslie before she moved her educational YouTube show “The Brain Scoop” to the renowned Field Museum in Chicago.

Photos by Todd Goodrich, originally shot for Montanan: The Magazine of The University of Montana.

Oh, I was not at all expecting to be bulldozed by nostalgia this morning.

I miss you, Montana. I’ll love that Museum till the end of my days.

stopwhitepeopleforever:

animegeek1130:

stopwhitepeopleforever:

iloveitwhenyoucallmebigappa:

thedeviousplot:

leunq:

wtf

wtf

get the fuck out

I want Plankton to plow my ass into the 4th dimension, I want my ass to be the reason he doesn’t give up when he fails to steal the krabby patty formula, I want you to send me to bikini bottom with 40 tanks of oxygen cause I’m gonna be on that dick for 40 days and 40 nights and then some I don’t give a fuck I’ll die riding that dick

please calm down ma’m

I’m a guy

mom: can you do this chore for me?
me: *doesn't do it within 0.2 seconds*
mom: *does it for you*
mom: why can't you ever be responsible