The British have a cat on staff, Chief Mouser Larry. Look at his bow!

The British have a cat on staff, Chief Mouser Larry. Look at his bow!

My theme song for this quarter is mostly

but sometimes I feel optimistic and motivated

and then I think of all the things I’ll get to do in the real world

but I made this instead of finishing homework. So maybe I’ll be stuck here forever.

Ugh.

I am especially sensitive to, and annoyed by, people who pride themselves on “just telling it like it is”. Sometimes these people possess a rare gift of insight and kindness, but more often, they’re being cruel and disguising it as some sort of lame superpower. Giving someone the hard truth doesn’t make you more insightful, it makes you the asshole who saw the same thing everyone else saw and decided it might make you feel better to say it out loud.

bibliolectors:

Good night and reading / Buenas y lectoras noches (ilustraciones de Katie M. Berggren)
thefoodogatemyhomework:

Gorgeous brick Greenwich Village townhouse lovingly renovated by Sawyer Berson, all in spring bloom.

thefoodogatemyhomework:

Gorgeous brick Greenwich Village townhouse lovingly renovated by Sawyer Berson, all in spring bloom.

"The only thing I love is power, Father."

bohemian-fairies:

I want all of this. I need all of this.

Five years ago corporate said we had to start a recycling program for Earth Day, so Dwight took the lead on that and introduced us to a very close friend of his named Recyclops. The next year, he really stepped things up. A year after that, Recyclops really began to take shape. Then, tragedy struck Recyclops when his fictional planet was attacked by some other ficticious thing I can’t remember. I think this was also the year that he renounced Earth Day and vowed to destroy the planet he once loved. God bless you, Recyclops, and your cold robot heart.


 by alparslan murat on Flickr.

 by alparslan murat on Flickr.

tastefullyoffensive:

[jimbenton]
I love this so much. It’s the perfect analogy.

I love this so much. It’s the perfect analogy.