ANDYOUANDI

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    Genetic Portraits by Quebec-based photographer and graphic designer Ulric Collette. By combining the portraits of two individuals who are related to each other, Collete creates a visual study of genetics.

     

    — 9 months ago with 1 note
    #art  #portraits  #genetics  #Ulric Collette  #photography 

    Happy Thanksgiving. Have a think about what you could be most thankful for.

    — 9 months ago
    #thanksgiving  #365days-of-balloons  #culture usa  #cute  #friends 

    "Total Wipe Out TV".

    There is something strange about pop culture satirising pop culture. Makes me feel like a lard arse with good teeth. It reminds me of the “forty a day” smoker, who looses his job, his wife, his house, all in the same week, He turns to his best friend for solace, who says to him “sure it’s been the worst week of your life, no doubt, but at least you’ve got your health.” 

    This is a picture of Dorian Gray that doesn’t end well. Indiana Jones in quick sand, someone throw me a snake.

    (Source: conn0r)

    — 9 months ago with 15 notes
    #TV culture  #SNL  #reality TV  #culture USA  #daytime TV  #Rose Zone 

    Emotions. Jealousy.

    — 1 year ago
    #Emotions  #jealousy 
    29-year-old Jeremy Wallace has spent every weekend for the past three years attending a different friend’s wedding. “There was Amy’s wedding last week, Tara’s the week before, and Eric’s before that, and I’m just about to head out to my friend Sam’s rehearsal dinner tonight,” said the man who has for each of the past 156 weekends packed a bag and traveled to friends’ weddings all across the country and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. “I was thinking about skipping Josh’s in July because it’s a five-hour trek up to Vermont, but we were pretty good friends in college. Plus, if I missed his wedding, it would be weird when I see him at Devin’s and Luke’s weddings later that month.” Wallace said he was looking forward to an upcoming wedding-free weekend in early October during which time he’s scheduled to attend three separate bachelor parties.

    29-year-old Jeremy Wallace has spent every weekend for the past three years attending a different friend’s wedding. “There was Amy’s wedding last week, Tara’s the week before, and Eric’s before that, and I’m just about to head out to my friend Sam’s rehearsal dinner tonight,” said the man who has for each of the past 156 weekends packed a bag and traveled to friends’ weddings all across the country and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. “I was thinking about skipping Josh’s in July because it’s a five-hour trek up to Vermont, but we were pretty good friends in college. Plus, if I missed his wedding, it would be weird when I see him at Devin’s and Luke’s weddings later that month.” Wallace said he was looking forward to an upcoming wedding-free weekend in early October during which time he’s scheduled to attend three separate bachelor parties.

    — 1 year ago
    #Wedding  #Friends  #USA  #culture