rocketjam

also at ego pyre

Mar 10

Mar 9

Mar 8

On Angry Birds Star Wars, why does the Obi-Wan bird look evil?


Feb 24

I’ve changed clothes about 5 times this morning and I’ve only been awake a few hours. #ocd


class-plus-sass:

mens-lifestyle  (Rugby Ralph Lauren Fall 2012)

Love the Yorkie! We love our little Yorkie boys and girls!

class-plus-sass:

mens-lifestyle  (Rugby Ralph Lauren Fall 2012)

Love the Yorkie! We love our little Yorkie boys and girls!


Black prep!

Black prep!


Feb 22
How I love these!

How I love these!


Feb 20

Feb 10

Where is our savior

when our babies are crying

because they’re hungry?


-skynet:

this is the best thing on tumblr

(via anothersunrise-anotherbeginning)


Feb 9

Shit, dude, my carrots just shifted in my bowl.  Spirits be with you!


Feb 6

beyoung1990:

Sail Style


(via prepfever)


“With the advent of the tennis shirt, however, the upturned collar took on a whole new purpose. In 1929 René Lacoste, the French 7-time Grand Slam champion, decided that the stiff dress shirts and ties usually worn by tennis players were too cumbersome and uncomfortable for the tennis court. Instead, he designed a loosely-knit pique cotton shirt with an unstarched, flat protruding collar and a longer shirt-tail in back than in front. This came to be known as the tennis shirt. Lacoste’s design called for a thick pique collar that one would wear turned up in order to block the sun from one’s neck. Thus, the tennis shirt’s upturned collar was originally designed by the inventor of the tennis shirt, himself, for ease and comfort on the tennis court, aiding the player by helping to prevent sunburn.” Wikipedia

Feb 5
So much tennis goodness.

So much tennis goodness.


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