newyorker:

A cartoon by Liana Finck, in this week’s issue.

newyorker:

A cartoon by Liana Finck, in this week’s issue.

"It’s okay to live a life others don’t understand."

— Jenna Woginrich (via thatkindofwoman)

(Source: tinyhousedarling, via misskatehate)

bunnyfood:

(via togifs:video)

(Source: gifsboom)

humansofnewyork:

“We met at a party fifty years ago. He’d just drank a yard of ale when I met him. Do you have that expression here— ‘yard of ale?’ It’s when you pour a pint of ale down a tube, straight into your throat. Anyway, he was feeling quite good. He called me ‘funny face’ that night. And he’s called me ‘funny face’ ever since. We stayed at the party so late that we missed the last bus, and on the walk home we planned our honeymoon.”

humansofnewyork:

“We met at a party fifty years ago. He’d just drank a yard of ale when I met him. Do you have that expression here— ‘yard of ale?’ It’s when you pour a pint of ale down a tube, straight into your throat. Anyway, he was feeling quite good. He called me ‘funny face’ that night. And he’s called me ‘funny face’ ever since. We stayed at the party so late that we missed the last bus, and on the walk home we planned our honeymoon.”

nevver:

This corrosion, Joel Nepper

theonion:

Man Takes Parents On Tour Of City Where He Came To Escape Them
theonion:

Local Oaf Not Sure What Part Of Counter You Order At
azspot:

Matt Bors

dearcoquette:

Opinions of Sam Harris and Ben Affleck on Bill Maher the other night? Every time I see a comment in support of Ben Affleck a little part of my hope for the human race dies. Why was Ben Affleck on there at all? Waste of air!


Ben Affleck was there to promote his stubble… I mean, his latest…