Chill out people. It's just bread. I would totally eat this. *vomits* lol.
" When people see the bread, they donâ€™t want to eat it. But when they taste it, itâ€™s just normal bread. The lesson is â€˜donâ€™t judge just by outer appearances." - Kittiwat Unarrom
I met a dude yesterday who has muscles on top of muscles on top of veins and more muscles on top of muscles. Seriously. The guy has subcategories of muscles personal trainers and scientists haven't classified yet. My goodness. Anyway, I think he'll enjoy this Muscle Beach Boy Push Up Preston. Haha. Is it one of those random days again!
' This lampshade appears as a hovering mass of ornaments, opulent and bombastic. When viewed more closely it dissolves into single bodies, which are twisted in fear and seem to be frozen in mid-fall. Their rhythmic order becomes slightly perplexing and finally renders the bodies an ornament. Softly, the fleshy parts of the bodies, legs and stomachs reflect the light. Because of the shadows the bodies cast on themselves, only parts of them appear in the foreground. Only fragments of the lit interior of the lamp are distinguishable. The aspects of the lit core change dramatically whenever the observer changes his position. These movements of the observer transform the stiff bodies into dynamic objects. The association with the fall of the damned - a metaphor for guilt and punishment - gives the lamp a certain amount of ambivalence: Is it a moralistic message, an act of formalism or both? the design of this lamp undermines several taboos imposed on design in the 20th century: It is figurative, ornamental and narrative. ' Link here.
Looks goodness. These Liquid bookmarks 'are deliciously evil and look like melted red wax or blood, depending on your bent. Made from silicone, each one is hand poured by a Japanese artist who may be part vampire for all we know. (We have a don't ask, don't tell policy about blood sucking.) Every one of these is totally unique and one of a kind. Hook it over your favorite book to hold your place and show off your love of O Negative.' (via Thinkgeek)
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