I'm Samantha—a 20-something in search of purpose
an artist, a feminist humanist, and an (almost) anthropologist

  1. backwoodsbarbie61:

    *Jamie Lee Curtis voice* could you like, chill, for a sec?

    (via foxmulder)

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  2. ts4ng:

    hoccypocky:

    penelopgarcia:

    if they dont play ‘year 3000’ at least once on the new year’s of 3000 i will literally rise out of my grave and set everyone on fire

    Well then it’s a good thing they live under water

    ^you deserve a trophy

    (via a-madman-with-an-impala)

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    • Me: *has 5 video games I started to play but never beat*
    • Me: *plays a game I've beaten 4 times*
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  4. ddryeyes:

mooshroomsoup:

bundledupinhislove:

selahtime:

good for the soul

ah, the sparks of a campfire. good things.

This has to be the most calming thing..

i always reblog this

    ddryeyes:

    mooshroomsoup:

    bundledupinhislove:

    selahtime:

    good for the soul

    ah, the sparks of a campfire. good things.

    This has to be the most calming thing..

    i always reblog this

    (Source: hullocolin, via enchanting-autumn)

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  5. slimiest:

    a CEO walks into his office “any messages?” he asks his assistant
    “two anons want to know who tom petty is and one just says ‘post your ballsack’”
    “got it. check my dashboard”
    “that skeleton gif you like is back again”
    he rubs his chin pensively “mm. reblog that”

    (Source: tinymaw, via emmaroocha)

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  8. 
Andy Warhol 1978 Space Fruit: Lemons

    Andy Warhol 1978
    Space Fruit: Lemons

    (Source: milkkteeth, via emmaroocha)

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  9. libutron:

Maidenhair fern
The Maidenhair fern belongs to the large and widespread genus Adiantum (Pteridaceae) which includes 150–200 species.
The genus name Adiantum comes from the Greek, adiantos, meaning unwettable, referring to the water-repellent fronds.
References: [1] - [2]
Photo credit: ©Iris Mackenzie
Locality: unknown

    libutron:

    Maidenhair fern

    The Maidenhair fern belongs to the large and widespread genus Adiantum (Pteridaceae) which includes 150–200 species.

    The genus name Adiantum comes from the Greek, adiantos, meaning unwettable, referring to the water-repellent fronds.

    References: [1] - [2]

    Photo credit: ©Iris Mackenzie

    Locality: unknown

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