31 7 / 2014

lovehennatattoos:

Another back lotus, this time by @mar_bear11 and just as beautiful.
Make your own with henn∆.

lovehennatattoos:

Another back lotus, this time by @mar_bear11 and just as beautiful.

Make your own with henn∆.

31 7 / 2014

cchannette:

jwisser:

thepasta-nerada:

vvrathia:

the sexual tension when u and ur crush are online on fb at the same time and u just stare at their lil green dot

and suddenly you know what gatsby felt like

This is actually the most profound and appropriate literary allusion I’ve encountered so far this week.

oh my god

(Source: twoukofukawa, via warnd)

31 7 / 2014

31 7 / 2014

30 7 / 2014

theworldofchinese:

A folkore of Chinese plants: the water fairy
Plants have stories to tell. Well, they don’t actually tell bed-time stories about their life and ancestry (now that would be silly), but humans attach an emotional and historical significance to the plants that we have taken the liberty and effort to name, appreciate, and use in myriad ways. And many of these stories are told in the delightful A Vegetable Lover’s Handbook. The book contains many inspiring literary references–since ancient times, the Chinese as well as poets elsewhere have sung about plants, whose verses such as:
“蒹葭苍苍,白露为霜。所谓伊人,在水一方” (The reeds and rushes are deeply green/And the white dew is turned into hoarfrost/The man of whom I think/Is somewhere about the water) from The Book of Odes, and “劝君多采撷,此物最相思” (I hope you will gather as many red beans as you can/These, above all, will help you think of me) from Red Beans Grow in Southern Country have moved numerous kindred souls.
The Vegetable Lover’s Handbook tells us about an array of flowers, such as the Lotus:
Continue reading here…

theworldofchinese:


A folkore of Chinese plants: the water fairy

Plants have stories to tell. Well, they don’t actually tell bed-time stories about their life and ancestry (now that would be silly), but humans attach an emotional and historical significance to the plants that we have taken the liberty and effort to name, appreciate, and use in myriad ways. And many of these stories are told in the delightful A Vegetable Lover’s HandbookThe book contains many inspiring literary references–since ancient times, the Chinese as well as poets elsewhere have sung about plants, whose verses such as:

“蒹葭苍苍,白露为霜。所谓伊人,在水一方” (The reeds and rushes are deeply green/And the white dew is turned into hoarfrost/The man of whom I think/Is somewhere about the water) from The Book of Odes, and “劝君多采撷,此物最相思” (I hope you will gather as many red beans as you can/These, above all, will help you think of me) from Red Beans Grow in Southern Country have moved numerous kindred souls.

The Vegetable Lover’s Handbook tells us about an array of flowers, such as the Lotus:

Continue reading here…

30 7 / 2014

spookygoon:

take note gentlemen

(Source: ppedropascal, via realslimandshady)

30 7 / 2014

karlosmadera:

I’m still torn on whether this is the greatest thing I’ve ever done or the stupidest. 

image

image

imageimage

image

image

image

image

image

image

image

image

image

image

image

image

(via realslimandshady)

28 7 / 2014

(Source: ay-ell-oh, via mydrunkkitchen)

27 7 / 2014

minimalmovieposters:

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind by Adam Armstrong

minimalmovieposters:

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind by Adam Armstrong

(Source: , via otfilms)

27 7 / 2014