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mmmrorschach replied to your post:I love OkCupid. I’ve only been on it one single…

My profile says, “I’m open to friendships, potential relationships, or staring at each other across a dinner table and thinking, ‘This was a huge mistake.’ “

Dating is the fucking worst. :(


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I love OkCupid. I’ve only been on it one single day and it’s already made my life 1000000% more amazing. This is a message I just received from a 55 year old shut-in:

"So I’m fat and bald and hairy. I have a fragile ego and no personality. As long as we don’t talk to each other I think we might get along well."

I am going to ask him to marry me.
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~ Tuesday, May 13 ~
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"People talk to me about the mood of melancholy in my pictures. Now, I do have this feeling that time passes - a yearning to hold something - which might strike people as sad. And I grant you, my things aren’t high key in color or joyous or Renoiresque or Frenchy - which is what a lot of people want today - the visual cocktail. I think the right word is not "melacholy" but "thoughtful". I do an awful lot of thinking and dreaming about things in the past and the future - the timelessness of the rocks and the hills - all the people who have existed there. I prefer winter and fall, when you feel the bone structure in the landscape - the loneliness of it - the dead feeling of winter. Something waits beneath it - the whole story doesn’t show. I think anything like that - which is contemplative, silent, shows a person alone - people always feel is sad. Is it because we’ve lost the art of being alone?"
— Andrew Wyeth

"People talk to me about the mood of melancholy in my pictures. Now, I do have this feeling that time passes - a yearning to hold something - which might strike people as sad. And I grant you, my things aren’t high key in color or joyous or Renoiresque or Frenchy - which is what a lot of people want today - the visual cocktail. I think the right word is not "melacholy" but "thoughtful". I do an awful lot of thinking and dreaming about things in the past and the future - the timelessness of the rocks and the hills - all the people who have existed there. I prefer winter and fall, when you feel the bone structure in the landscape - the loneliness of it - the dead feeling of winter. Something waits beneath it - the whole story doesn’t show. I think anything like that - which is contemplative, silent, shows a person alone - people always feel is sad. Is it because we’ve lost the art of being alone?"

— Andrew Wyeth

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~ Sunday, April 27 ~
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MRI of strawberries

MRI of strawberries


~ Friday, April 18 ~
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the very handsome phineas gage

the very handsome phineas gage


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max ernst - naissance d’une glalaxie

max ernst - naissance d’une glalaxie