Zuppa di pomodoro basilico. Just like Nonna used to make - or something. 😏👌🍲🇮🇹

Zuppa di pomodoro basilico. Just like Nonna used to make - or something. 😏👌🍲🇮🇹

rollingstone:

A group of Swedish scientists are competing to hide the most Bob Dylan lyrics in scholarly articles.

Fall art lesson?

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Try not to think.

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flavorpill:

There is literally nothing more entertaining than watching 2 Chainz eat this $300 burger.

"Imma have to challenge my chef to order some things that was made in a cave."

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tuneage:

Playlist: acoustic autumn
Linkin Park, Brand New, Taking Back Sunday: pop punk alt rock that was your go-to in 2004, when you listened to your walkman in the car instead of talking to your mom. The bands on this playlist are bands you might not have listened to in a while, maybe because you forgot about them (Something Corporate, anyone?) or maybe because you grew out of them (hello, Linkin Park). But these tracks are your grown-up revisitations of these bands, lyrically and emotionally. When you were a teenager, the electric songs in this genre mattered to you because they were loud and aggressive and your mom frowned when you turned them on in your over-the-ear-headphones. But now, these unplugged songs should matter to you because of the raw, unhindered emotions that come through lyrically and vocally. The whole playlist will definitely take you on a visceral ride. The vocal talent showcased here is totally unparalleled (Shinedown, Anberlin, and yes, Linkin Park), acting as a beautiful medium to convey intensely profound feelings about love, loss, hope, confusion, and despair. Go ahead and put your headphones on and let it all take you back in a whole new context.
Photo credit: Flickr user Chris Searle

For later

tuneage:

Playlist: acoustic autumn

Linkin Park, Brand New, Taking Back Sunday: pop punk alt rock that was your go-to in 2004, when you listened to your walkman in the car instead of talking to your mom. The bands on this playlist are bands you might not have listened to in a while, maybe because you forgot about them (Something Corporate, anyone?) or maybe because you grew out of them (hello, Linkin Park). But these tracks are your grown-up revisitations of these bands, lyrically and emotionally. When you were a teenager, the electric songs in this genre mattered to you because they were loud and aggressive and your mom frowned when you turned them on in your over-the-ear-headphones. But now, these unplugged songs should matter to you because of the raw, unhindered emotions that come through lyrically and vocally. The whole playlist will definitely take you on a visceral ride. The vocal talent showcased here is totally unparalleled (Shinedown, Anberlin, and yes, Linkin Park), acting as a beautiful medium to convey intensely profound feelings about love, loss, hope, confusion, and despair. Go ahead and put your headphones on and let it all take you back in a whole new context.

Photo credit: Flickr user Chris Searle

For later

Take the back roads, you won’t regret it. #KentCounty #Clouds #CountryLivin #Windmills

Take the back roads, you won’t regret it. #KentCounty #Clouds #CountryLivin #Windmills

"There was another life that I might have had, but I am having this one."

— Kazuo Ishiguro (via fables-of-the-reconstruction)

This one

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