tastefullyoffensive:

"I nominate Mona Lisa and the Girl with the Pearl Earring." [via]

tastefullyoffensive:

"I nominate Mona Lisa and the Girl with the Pearl Earring." [via]

(via hikergirl)

Each new image of the happy couple exacerbates my quiet terror.

Sounds like my approach to small talk.

Sounds like my approach to small talk.

nativepeopleproblems:

za-eph:

dreamergirly:

I weep bcause I think I hardly ever read anything funnier

oh

HELP

Far inferior, but I spent years thinking ‘cognito’ was an actual geographical place people made sure they were ‘travelling in’ if they wanted to keep a low profile.

nativepeopleproblems:

za-eph:

dreamergirly:

I weep bcause I think I hardly ever read anything funnier

oh

HELP

Far inferior, but I spent years thinking ‘cognito’ was an actual geographical place people made sure they were ‘travelling in’ if they wanted to keep a low profile.

(via jonnyathan)

mudwerks:

marshmallowsandbubbles:

Who. Why?

hi…

No way that kid became a well-adjusted adult.

mudwerks:

marshmallowsandbubbles:

Who. Why?

hi…

No way that kid became a well-adjusted adult.

Maria Bamford is one of the top comedians in the country, but like many other people she suffers from bipolar disorder. Maria has discovered a website that helps her cope with the stigma of treating mental illness by using humor and community.

(via paulftompkins)

“The effects of psilocybin – the active ingredient in magic mushrooms – on adult consciousness are even more extreme and may effectively revert key hubs in our brain to an infant-like state, at least temporarily. We appear to start life without a recognisable sense of self, developing self-awareness through social interactions.

Psychedelics like psilocybin also disrupt this sense of self, with people under the influence reporting the strange feeling that they were melting into everything around them. Brain scans show that the parts of the brain deactivated by the drug – those involved in self-awareness – are underdeveloped in babies. In a sense, psychedelics offer a window into what infantile consciousness might be like.”

Shortcuts to an infant-like view on the world | New Scientist

Babies be trippin’.