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Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone and Jamie Foxx plays ‘Never have I ever’ game on The Ellen DeGeneres Show

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We’re all bizarre, some of us are just better at hiding it.

movies you have to see: the breakfast club

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photos by giovanni allievited grambeau and john salanoj (more wave posts)

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dopeybeauty:

you fucking salmon

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jewseum:

Do you have photos that are too hard to keep?
We will take them.

Since 2009, artist Jason Lazarus, has been collecting photographs that are too painful or irrelevant for their original owners to hang on to.

These photos become part of large art installations that are exhibited internationally, including a show at The Contemporary Jewish Museum. If you feel your photographs are too private to show in public, they can still be donated and they will only be exhibited face-down.

How you can participate:
1) Submit photos through this Tumblr, then delete the originals
2) Mail photos and photo objects to:
Jason Lazarus, 1516 N. Kedzie Ave, #3, Chicago, IL 60651
3) Email photos to toohardtokeep@gmail.com and then delete originals

We will be posting photos from the archive for the next few weeks, so follow to look into the archive.

wow. this is fucking cool.

I still love this

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natgeofound:

Women use compact mirrors in packed crowd to catch sight of the queen in London, June 1966.
Photograph by James P. Blair, National Geographic

Use that ingenuity, sisters. - Danielle

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