1. You've got mail.
    OB killed by SOB.
    The whole purpose of places like Starbucks is for people with no decision-making ability whatsoever to make six decisions just to buy one cup of coffee.
    I'll order whatever gave her an orgasm.
    I was watching Casablanca. Channel please.
    I heard you were sick and...I was worried.
    She's gonna meet him at the top of the Empire State Building only she got hit by a taxi.
    Which way's the Empire State Building? That way! Aren't you from here?
    Where to, kid? Empire State Building.
    It takes a real man to march around Manhattan visiting every place Meg Ryan ever laugh-cried.

    anostalgicnerd:

    The Mindy Project: Danny and Mindy

    I came here tonight because when you realize you want to spend the rest of your life with somebody, you want the rest of your life to start as soon as possible.

     

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  3. We are somehow collectively able to laugh at references to the fact that four percent of prisoners reported being sexually victimized in the past year. One in twenty-five! Now, that might not sound like a lot, but think of it like this: if every time you bought two dozen donuts, one of them had been raped, you’d be pretty upset. And those are pastries. Prisoners are people.
    — John Oliver, 7/20/14 (via allergictoidioms)

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  5. There is hope after despair and many suns after darkness.
    — Rumi  (via semperlux-semperlux)

    (Source: fuckyeahrumi, via matryushka)

     

  6. taskeatorange:

    opaquehope:

    18th Century book filled with poetry from Chinese Sufi Mai Laichi

    - Image courtesy evenuntochina.blogspot.com

    Whoever dug this up has himself a nice find. Notice the Chinese characters on the book cover. Apparently Laichi’s writings were based on his travels to Yemen. The book is written in Persian and Arabic. 

    Whoa cool

     

  7. sethmypet:

    THEY’RE SO USELESS AND STUPID I WANT THREE THOUSAND

    (Source: samdesantis, via ilovejeopardy)

     


  8. Is it so inconceivable that a smart, accomplished woman would have both the latest issue of the Economist and the second season of “The Mindy Project” downloaded on her iPad? Sorry, but modern women see no contradiction there.
     

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  10. dynamicafrica:

    Portraits of Moroccans by Spanish artist José Tapiro y Baro (1830-1913) 

    (via qawiya)