Annoying Scrabble Tiles’ Group Therapy (via röy)




See if you can guess the 100 most common English words in under 5 minutes. I only got 42. I feel bad about myself now. OR DO I?



I’m pretty obsessed with all the candy mountain stuff. Next issues: banana king.

Oh, when you’re down and looking for some cheering up,
Then just head right on up to the candy mountain cave.
When you get inside you’ll find yourself a cheery land,
Such a happy and joyful and perky merryland.
They’ve got lollypops and gummy drop and candy things,
Oh so many things that will brighten up your day.
It’s impossible to wear a frown in Candy Town,
It’s the mecca of love the candy cave.

They’ve got jelly beans, and coconuts with little hats,
Candy rats, choco bats, it’s a wonderland of sweets.
Ride the candy train to town and hear the candy band,
Candy bells, it’s a treat as they march across the land.
Cheery ribbons stream across the sky into the ground,
Turn around, it astounds, it’s the dancing candy tree.
In the candy cave imagination runs so free,
So now Charlie please will you go into the cave.


rad. vodka is my enemy.

I was totally screaming “Chaaaaarlieeeee”, and if she were Charlie, she would have said “Stop bouncing on me”. (Inside joke. Okay, not that inside).

Happy B-Day to me

I miss my hobos


Miss you too <3

P.S: From now on, call me big-head.

I’m making some cupcakes for my grandma, and I totally love the capuccino dream recipe. Anyway, just found a blog I’m in love with, thanks to this collection of baking ideas.

"Dating “rules” are bollocks. Throw the guide in the bin and do what the hell you both want"

These days i’m really into polish-russian artists from the XIX-XX centuries, and I had to post some artwork from the amazing Stanisław Wyspiański.

"After a long day riding the rails, nothing satisfies like a can of beans warmed over a trashcan fire. And for dessert, more beans! But this time, it’s jelly beans. Each 3" tall tin contains one hundred maple flavored jelly beans and features a happy hobo on the label".

(via archie mcphee)
(via (via too much nick)

It was about two years ago when I really discovered the artwork from Richard Avedon. His pictures were familiar to me, specially the Marilyn one, but there was a point when I got soacked up with it.

It’s been a long time since I listened this song for the first time and I must say it’s one of the most incredible -okay, it’s kind of kitch- songs ever. Enjoy Planet Earth, from Duran Duran.