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01

Oct

tastefullyoffensive:

Only in Canada [imgur]

Previously: Bears Doing Human Things

I enjoyed this too much. … Sorry.

30

Sep

pleatedjeans:

via

well, there it is.

pleatedjeans:

via

well, there it is.

Totally below my grade level, but an enjoyable read nonetheless.

Totally below my grade level, but an enjoyable read nonetheless.

Stream Caribou's new album, Our Love, on iTunes

Stream it here.

So much yes.

25

Sep

Glenn Close’s impressions of a baby made me smile before I finished my coffee. Impressive.

24

Sep

tastefullyoffensive:

I knew he was evil, but wow… [via]

This is the best passive aggressive note that has ever been written.

tastefullyoffensive:

I knew he was evil, but wow… [via]

This is the best passive aggressive note that has ever been written.

A restrained, emo build. Perfume Genius' Too Bright has been in my ears for 24 hours straight. 

(Source: Spotify)

swoosh.
via

swoosh.

via

22

Sep

comedycentralstandup:

Your Joke of the Day from Pete Holmes. Watch the full clip here. 

KKC just doesn’t have the same ring to it.

comedycentralstandup:

Your Joke of the Day from Pete Holmes. Watch the full clip here

KKC just doesn’t have the same ring to it.

pleatedjeans:

via

Welp. This blew my mind. 

18

Sep

Things Drake Do (ThingsDrakeDo) | Twitter

Twitter account of the week, folks.

Highlights:

15

Sep

Magic Words | This American Life

I’ve been catching up on my podcasts recently and listened to this episode of This American Life last week, Magic Words. The episode features a few stories about the power of words. The second chapter was particularly moving. It’s about how to connect with and care for people living with Alzheimer’s using improv.

Alzheimer’s is obviously devastating to everyone involved, it robs patients and caregivers of the ability to recall shared experiences and memories. It’s frustrating and sad. Suddenly you only have the here and now to connect on, which is where improv becomes useful. Improv asks people to accept the story (say yes!) and contribute to the story. The results are useful and moving, and yes, sometimes funny.

I thought of this podcast on Friday when I went to an improv show. I discussed improv/alzheimer’s with some friends afterwards. We all agreed that it’s a unique way to use improv outside of a comedy setting. Hopefully you’ll agree.

11

Sep

This is, like, the sweetest.

(Source: dynamofire)

nevver:

The New Yorker

13 years of New Yorker covers.

09

Sep

Single from Lia Ice's new album, Ices. Stream the full album here.

Lots o’ lust.

(Source: Spotify)