SQUISHED AGAINST THE WALL: NO FUCKS GIVEN
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LOOK AT THIS CAT
Over used designs made better.
I love this so much
Treehouse in Brno, Czech Republic.
Contributed by Joseph Lee.
Sometimes I make my cat hold hands with me.
That’s my Tobers!
Working on my paper is hard on both of us.
Jules Merviel from France having a drink during 1930 Tour.
Legs of steel
|—||Jeff Brown (via maddierose)|
"Portland Beard Menace Not Growing; It Only Seems So" (March 13th, 1966). In which the local paper of record wandered the streets looking for bearded men, interviewed the very few it found (since hippiedom arrived a bit late here), and then asked a couple of local professors to try to explain what the deal was with beards or the lack of beards.
Dr. Walter G. Klopfer of Portland State (unbearded) had a theory about beards:“Young men have an urgent need to prove themselves. In spite of their own uncertainty, they would like to give every appearance of independence and rugged manhood. In the early days of America, they could blaze trails and fight Indians… but what can they do today short of going to Viet Nam?
"The beard has been a symbol of virility ever since the days of Samson. The student with a beard announces that he is not bound by traditions but is his own man. As he matures further, he may find other ways of asserting his manhood."
Dr. William Wiest of Reed College (bearded) disagreed, arguing that no blanket theory of beards (or non-beards) was possible and it was all just wild speculation.“Unfortunately,” he said, “it is equally easy to argue that those men who SHAVE regularly are so badly disturbed psychologically that they can only be described as obsessed with ideas of suicide. Another common speculation has it that anyone who places razor to chin is indulging in a shocking sexual perversion.”