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pussyriot:

GQ is like that one super attractive straight guy friend you have who lets you sit on his lap when you’re at happy hour.

pussyriot:

GQ is like that one super attractive straight guy friend you have who lets you sit on his lap when you’re at happy hour.

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I am crying I love this too much

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divalocity:

ELLE MAGAZINE: The Alvin Ailey Dancers Take on Spring’s Best Dresses

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This is beautiful!

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Nude Portraits series by photographer Trevor Christensen

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alpha-beta-gamer:

The End of Journey is an addictive interactive fiction/survival game with random elements that sees you trying to survive for as long as possible on a raft in the middle of the ocean.

To stand a chance you’ll have to scavenge for items in the wreckage of your ship, craft items, eat, drink, keep your spirits up and survive strange encounters (ranging from pulling dead bodies out of the water, to kissing a mermaid.)  Your success in these instances is largely dependent on your physical state, but rest assured there are plenty of nasty ways to die in this game.

For such a simple premise, The End of Journey really does have lots of depth (pun intended) and replayability.  There’s always a feeling that your next play though will be the one where you manage to escape a watery grave (though probably not).  It’s a ship-shape shipwreck survival adventure.

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