Kat Von D
I didn’t tell enough people
to fuck off.
|—||My 92 year old grandma. (via lipstickbabe)|
I once bought a girl I liked flowers. She said aww thank you then left them in her car until they died. The following month I came back they were still there, in her car. She finally through them out, I realized at that point that flowers are like love.
It blossoms and if you don’t feed it and let it flourish it dies and gets thrown away.
This is the problem with today’s society.
I now realize instead of being the vase that held the flowers, I should have been the fire that burned everything down.
|—||thoughts from my mind (via highwaystarmanny)|
Nuts. | Photo By: @jaybaumphoto #stancenation
[thinking about cool things you missed out on because you were too insecure]
pull out floor bed with full mattress (no loft to crawl up, cooler in the summer, simple bed-making).
no walls to diminish sense of space. (210 ft2) for full 1-2 person living and entertaining: a 10′ kitchen, a 5′ closet, 8′ sofa/guest bed, dedicated office area, 4′ dining table, comfortable seating for 7, and a 7′ projection screen.
streamlined framing and insulation with standardized SIPs panels (shipped nationwide). Just 3 windows and 1 door to install; no window/door trim work on exterior or interior.
innovative table system that may be raised/lowered/swiveled in 4 floor sockets to function as kitchen island/bar, second desk, coffee table, dining table, and bedside table.
detachable design (house may be undocked from trailer with 15 bolts).
off-grid design for areas without water/sewer/electric hookups.
integrated rain catchment/storage with no visible gutters.
Seems like IKEA are really shaking things up this year. In addition to the previously announced TV set, they’re also going to release a digital camera made of cardboard called Knäppa (“Snap”). It’ll hold 40 photographs at a time and plugs directly into your USB port. While it’s not the prettiest camera the world has ever seen, I do love the idea of a screen-less digital camera that brings people back to the wait-and-see days of film.