threadless:

Inspired by the Fleet Foxes song of the same name, “English House" by Stefan Grosse Halbuer is currently up for scoring in our $20K design challenge!

With this challenge $20K, we’re introducing a brand new feature called funding, which adds an entirely new element to the competition. To determine the $20k grand prize winner, we’ll be choosing from the top scored AND funded designs!

Find out more about funding!

"PRECIOUS": Can’t believe it’s been a year since LINKIN PARK came down to Malaysia for their last show of "LIVING THINGS: World Tour". It’s the best day ever in my life. Front row (VIP), got Brad Delson’s guitar pick, Mike threw his towel (yup, the brown one) & his bottle of Gatorade! Haha. Hopefully they will coming back next year? :)
#VSCOcam #LINKINPARK #LIVINGTHINGS #TheHuntingParty #2013 #Malaysia #DieHardFan #WorldTour #LiveInMalaysia #BukitJalil #VIP (at Stadium Nasional Bukit Jalil)

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lisavertudaches:

They told the Octopus he couldn’t fly, so he proved them all wrong, and had a blast doing it.

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Bila tegur, kena bash. Tak tegur, bertambah dosa. Aku kadang2 bengang and sedih tengok orang Islam tapi perangai tak serupa Islam. The way diorang bergambar, berpakaian, attitude and more. Aku tak kisah korang nak buat apa tapi tak perlu kot show-off to everyone. Proud with it. Seems like they don’t even care about it. Dunia akhir zaman. Now I get it. 

victoriousvocabulary:

STARDUST

[noun]

1. a dreamlike, romantic, or uncritical sense of well-being.

2. a naively romantic and optimistic quality.

3. a cluster of stars too distant to be seen individually, resembling a dimly luminous cloud of dust. Not in scientific use.

4. minute particles of matter that fall to Earth from the stars. Not in scientific use.

Etymology: star (from Middle English sterre > Old English steorra; cognate with Old High German sterra; akin to Old High German sterno, Old Norse stjarna, Gothic stairno > Latin stella > Greek astḗr, > Sanskrit stṛ) + dust (from Middle English > Old English dūst; cognate with German Dunst, “vapour”).

[James R. Eads]

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dirtycartunes:

this one of my favorite documentaries.

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