vancouver aquarium, may 2013. photos andy clark

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ANIMATION TEST. Six seconds of octopus (photoshop)


ANIMATION TEST. Six seconds of octopus (photoshop)

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1. You are male.
2. You are still a teenager, but won’t be one for very much longer. 
3. You’re in college and are already worried about finding the perfect job that will be both fulfilling and will pay well. Your future worries you more than you’d like to admit.
4. You have beautiful, silky brown hair and big eyes. 
5. You know that if you’d only believe in yourself more, things would be much easier for you. Yet you still doubt your instincts more than you should, instead of trusting them every time.

Dang, this quiz was 100% correct! Especially the part about the big eyes!

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Don’t let the mixed signals fool you. Indecision is a decision.

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I no longer have the energy for meaningless friendships, forced interactions or unnecessary conversations.

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San Francisco landmarks, 2014

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And then she told herself, “Stop being so weak. Grow up and get over it.” And then she never felt anything again.
literally me 

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Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness
for all the things my hands have held, the best by far is you
What has literature taught me about love? Literature (along with experience) has taught me that love means different things at different points in our lives, and that often as we get older we gravitate toward the quieter, kinder plotlines, and find them to be richer than we had originally understood them to be.
Ann Patchett, among many other writers’ ruminations on love and literature at the NYT 

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