dutchster:

i don’t even need to know the context of this drawing

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sixpenceee:

littlekalashnikitty:

sixpenceee:

My life has come to a point where I wear ugly but really comfortable shoes. 

Congratulations, you’re an adult. <3 

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spyshead:

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LOOK at this

yungursaminor:

tchy:

polnitsch:

mj-the-scientist:

megacosms:

psicologicamenteblog:

Source: Understanding the phenomenon of synesthesia.

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I experience forms of this. 

I have grapheme-color synesthesia. I made a post about it, like, a year ago. Where did I put that thing? Anyway, I’m an associator. :D

I remember reading about this in horrible science when I was young. There was a guy could apparently remember everything in his life due to synesthesia. I also remember he once told someone: “What a crumbly yellow voice you have!”

No formal diagnosis but ordinal-linguistic personification represent! It’s letters, numerals, and months for me. Letters are the strongest one.

reblogging with all the crap because it has the source but oh hey, i’m actually confirmed by a doctor to have this. it’s the most frustratingly beautiful thing.

Akira Yamaoka - Promise (Reprise) (SHS Version)
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gordeaus:

The SHS version of Promise (Reprise) from the new trailer.

onlyblackgirl:

The history of film in one scene

ixilecter:

Hannibal’s Memory Palace

As once we visited Dr Lecter in the Palazzo of the Capponi, so we will go with him now into the palace of his mind …

The foyer is the Norman Chapel in Palermo, severe and beautiful and timeless, with a single reminder of mortality in the skull graven in the floor. Unless he is in a great hurry to retrieve information from the palace, Dr Lecter often pauses here as he does now, to admire the chapel. Beyond it, far and complex, light and dark, is the vast structure of Dr Lecter’s making. 

The memory palace was a mnemonic system well known to ancient scholars and much information was preserved in them through the Dark Ages while Vandals burned the books. Like scholars before him, Dr Lecter stores an enormous amount of information keyed to objects in his thousand rooms, but unlike the ancients, Dr Lecter has a second purpose for his palace; sometimes he lives there. He has passed years among its exquisite collections, while his body lay bound on a violent ward with screams buzzing the steel bars like hell’s own harp.

Hannibal Lecter’s palace is vast, even by medieval standards. Translated tothe tangible world it would rival the Topkapi Palace in Istanbul for size and complexity.

- Thomas Harris, Hannibal the novel

ss-sebastianstan:

"horses are such majestic creatures!"

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dggus:

i talk a lot of shit for someone who can’t choose rude dialogue options in games because i’m scared of hurting a characters feelings

marthemacabre:

heithel:

fannibleh:

uobyugit:

not my family bitch

why am i crying

“Stay away of my territory”

THERE’S THE BANANA GUY

marthemacabre:

heithel:

fannibleh:

uobyugit:

not my family bitch

why am i crying

“Stay away of my territory”

THERE’S THE BANANA GUY

marthemacabre:

reckless-emotions:

gaylucifer:

Sometimes I forget that people on the Internet are actually real people. Like the guy scanning your bananas at Walmart could be the guy who sends you anon hate.

damn you banana man

WHERE’s the banana guy?….

mutt-mutt:

my dream shiny

mutt-mutt:

my dream shiny

indulging-inaccuracy:

THIS WEEK ON "WHO WORE IT BETTER?"

what do you call a big pile of kittens? a meowntain!
The point of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

the point of pouring a shit ton of ice water over yourself is because when one suffers from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) one of the effects the disease has is a numbness throughout the body, as well as struggling to breathe, and both these are meant to temporarily happen when doused in freezing water. It’s to raise awareness of what ALS feels like and encourage donations towards research and cures.

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