chookypooh:

That Sylveon card is so shiny and pretty I love it ♥

chookypooh:

That Sylveon card is so shiny and pretty I love it ♥

cultfawn:

Kawaii Unicorns & Flowers Stickers
$4.22

cultfawn:

Kawaii Unicorns & Flowers Stickers

$4.22

Be humble for you are made of earth.
Be noble for you are made of stars.

Serbian Proverb  (via thatkindofwoman)

londoin:

do you ever get a weird crush on someone that’s not even attractive but you’re just attracted to them and you don’t know why


You met me at a very strange time in my life.

You met me at a very strange time in my life.

jirachipng:

lana has changed a lot but i really like the image shes going for

mineralists:

A collection of 850 mineral eggs carved in the renowned gem-cutting center of Idar-Oberstein, Germany.

mineralists:

A collection of 850 mineral eggs carved in the renowned gem-cutting center of Idar-Oberstein, Germany.

instagram:

Understanding Berlin’s Pink Pipes with @Berlinstagram

To view more photos and videos of the pink pipes in Berlin, browse the #thatpipeagain hashtag and follow @berlinstagram on Instagram

Berlin is one big swamp—or at least it used to be. Distinctive pink pipes twist through the city to the nearest river or canal. As groundwater levels are very high, this prevents the city from submerging into a giant puddle.

The pipes are designed to withstand shrinkage or breakage in extreme temperatures, and the distinct pink color is the result of a study which found this color is preferred by both youth and older generations who are young at heart. Berlin Instagrammer Michael Schulz (@berlinstagram) created the #thatpipeagain hashtag to capture them. “The pink pipes are quite iconic for Berlin,” he says. “When I first visited the city 20 years ago and came across them, I was fascinated and irritated at once—and those pipes stuck to my mind as a characteristic thing of the city.” Now, people all over Berlin use the hashtag to spark conversation about the pink pipes and capture them from different angles throughout the city.

The capitalists have always used the term “freedom” to mean freedom for the rich to get richer and for the workers to starve to death. In capitalist usage, freedom of the press means freedom of the rich to to bribe the press, freedom to use their wealth to shape and fabricate so-called public opinion.

— V.I Lenin, First Congress of the Communist International. (via overtheeventhorizon)

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