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iamhadriel:

Mistakes We Knew We Were Making - Mae

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If you’ve ever sat next to someone on a plane who used your every move as an invitation to talk to you, congratulations: you now know what it’s like to be a woman.

Yo sockittoemjt , I think we could co-teach a class on Playlist Creation as a Means of Emotional Expression, with Therapeutic Application 

Ok, whose job is it to make these, and how do I qualify?

coolchicksfromhistory:

Martha Bryant and Eulalie Hampden operating a bolt cutting machine.

Circa 1943

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stuffmomnevertoldyou:

When women began transitioning from homemade or seamstress-made clothing to ready-to-wear, sizing was problematic from the start. Back then, many women’s sizes were centered around the hourglass ideal of a 36-inch bust, 26-inch waist and 36-inch hips. One frustrated department store executive told The New York Times in 1927, “I don’t know who the mythical size 36 is who forms the basis of sizing, but average, tall, short, thin and plump women come into a department store and the 36 size fits none of them.”

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psychara:

shadowassemblage:

Punk’s not dead, just sleeping

AWWAWWEEEE

Sleeping punks is the only photoset theme more precious than sleeping animals.

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SOOOO DRAMATIC, Socks! #pitbullsofinstagram #dogsofinstagram #pitstagram #catahoulasofinstagram

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Polar Bear Club,
Chasing Hamburg

new-fury:

all my friends are living saints

Basically yup.

big-or-not-to-big:

Rétro Fruité : new outfit on my blog :) !

Photos by Olive, also on tumblr

omg that dress

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