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mizzjade:

Find me a gentleman who holds my door and kisses my knuckles in public. Find me a wolf who puts his hand around my throat and destroys me behind closed doors.

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|Sycamore Park| Its been a while since I’ve been up here an I’ve forgotten how beautiful everything is the lights from riverside, the cars on the freeway passing by behind me into Moreno Valley and out of Moreno Valley. I look forward and see riverside and just a whole world with so much and I haven’t even experienced it. And when I look back I see my past and where I grew up and remember what I’ve overcome and where I’m at now. The lights of riverside, the nice summer breeze,the calmness of life, the sounds of nature all around me, and the stars and planes above me. All of this that just helps me escape and forget the world just a little.

|Sycamore Park| Its been a while since I’ve been up here an I’ve forgotten how beautiful everything is the lights from riverside, the cars on the freeway passing by behind me into Moreno Valley and out of Moreno Valley. I look forward and see riverside and just a whole world with so much and I haven’t even experienced it. And when I look back I see my past and where I grew up and remember what I’ve overcome and where I’m at now. The lights of riverside, the nice summer breeze,the calmness of life, the sounds of nature all around me, and the stars and planes above me. All of this that just helps me escape and forget the world just a little.

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langste:

These “coffee kiss” sculptures are part of an ongoing series by Chinese artist Johnson Tsang. Started in 2002, the series is named after a local drink called Yuanyang, which is made using a mixture of three parts coffee and seven parts Hong Kong-style milk tea to perfectly represent both Eastern and Western cultures.

langste:

These “coffee kiss” sculptures are part of an ongoing series by Chinese artist Johnson Tsang. Started in 2002, the series is named after a local drink called Yuanyang, which is made using a mixture of three parts coffee and seven parts Hong Kong-style milk tea to perfectly represent both Eastern and Western cultures.

(via spoopypoops)