20 7 / 2014

16 7 / 2014

sarah-oconnell:

Poster for Massachusetts’ Heritage Museum and Gardens "Wicked Plants" Exhibition.

sarah-oconnell:

Poster for Massachusetts’ Heritage Museum and Gardens "Wicked Plants" Exhibition.

(via shinysherlock)

16 7 / 2014

  • 1: i'm looking over the plans
  • 2: yeah
  • 1: what's this weird series of rooms accessible only by a hatch in a room on the right hand side of the third floor corridor
  • 2: oh that's for if we ever need to hide a priceless artifact for some reason
  • 1: why would we hide a priceless artifact in a school
  • 2: safest place
  • 1: fucking is it though?? there's a giant snake somewhere
  • [in the distance]
  • 3: there's no snake you are wrong stop being wrong

16 7 / 2014

corpsereviver2:

A mini wine review since i havent done one in forever. This wine is from Slovenia (some of which has similar climate to Oregon’s Willamette Valley apparently).
It is really quite good. Dried tart red fruit, medium body, low tannin, good with the margherita pizza we ordered.  A bit different than a lot of PNs though - almost like  a Cab Franc in its earthy funkiness so y’all that like that sort of thing should check it out. 
About $16 at the local wine shop.

This Oregonian of Slovenian heritage approves this wine.

corpsereviver2:

A mini wine review since i havent done one in forever. This wine is from Slovenia (some of which has similar climate to Oregon’s Willamette Valley apparently).
It is really quite good. Dried tart red fruit, medium body, low tannin, good with the margherita pizza we ordered. A bit different than a lot of PNs though - almost like a Cab Franc in its earthy funkiness so y’all that like that sort of thing should check it out.
About $16 at the local wine shop.

This Oregonian of Slovenian heritage approves this wine.

15 7 / 2014

hotel-job:

GUEST: We’re interested in 2 tickets to a Broadway show tonight. Either Mamma Mia or Rock of Ages. Which would you recommend?
CONCIERGE: Well, that probably depends on the music you prefer. Rock of Ages is going to be 80s rock like Journey and Styx. They encourage you to be drinking in your seats and raising a lighter in the air. Mamma Mia is, of course, the music of Abba.
GUEST 2: Yeah. We hate Abba.
CONCIERGE: Then you should probably do Rock of Ages.
(Guests fidget uncomfortably.)
GUEST: Well, the problem is that we’re Swedish.
GUEST 2: So, we have to see Mamma Mia.
CONCIERGE: Well, if you don’t like Abba, I’m not sure you’ll like Mamma Mia.
GUEST 2: I just don’t think we can go back and tell people we didn’t see Mamma Mia on Broadway.
(Guest 1 nods slowly.)
GUEST 1: I guess we’ll take 2.
CONCIERGE: There are other shows I can recommend. You don’t have to see Mamma Mia.
GUEST 2: Mamma Mia is fine.
(Guest 1 sadly hands me a credit card.)

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14 7 / 2014

snaxattacks:

jaseon:

Beautiful.

It’s finally acceptable to ship cities.

A relative of mine lived in Boring and ran for local office. The newspaper headline was “Boring Woman Elected to Library Board” - true fact, yo.

(via somethingsarenotuptous)

30 6 / 2014

I just found these pictures of baby otters and now I can’t stop smiling. {x}

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30 6 / 2014

I went to counseling school with someone who’s a professional astrologer. She sends this around whenever Mercury goes retrograde, and it cracks me up every time - mostly because I never have my shit together.

I went to counseling school with someone who’s a professional astrologer. She sends this around whenever Mercury goes retrograde, and it cracks me up every time - mostly because I never have my shit together.

30 6 / 2014

"And God said “Love Your Enemy,” and I obeyed him and loved myself."

خليل جبران ‎ Khalil Gibran (via nezua)

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30 6 / 2014

accidentalslut:

OMMMMGGGG

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