"Three o’clock is always too late or too early for anything you want to do."

Jean-Paul SartreNausea (1938) “Vendredi”

French author & existentialist philosopher (1905 - 1980)  - The Quotations Page

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momdiggity:

"Bart, I think you are a little young to be growling at seven foot Chinese women"

"Fine I’ll go back to being bored"

verticalvest:

here’s a photoset of some of my favorite adam sandler outfits

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catholicnun:

my g spot is located about 2 inches inside your wallet

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doingacid:

What a beautiful face I have found in this place

doingacid:

What a beautiful face I have found in this place

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thisishangingrockcomics:

i gotta stop buying out every goodwill in marion county’s stock of 80s-era ideals home magazine

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sleepyshibe:

#glamlife

Me

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thisishangingrockcomics:

old thing i did as practice for the high contrast minimalist silhouette paneling style i’m trying [albeit feebly] 2 perfect

in retrospect: pleased w/ the aesthetic, hate the self indulgent text (why do i persistently find the need to make comics when i’m in a “tormented” place? they always turn out embarrassing & crude)

cakecrumbs:

Screaming Females - I Don’t Mind It

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catsbeaversandducks:

America’s First Cat Café Opens: Drink Coffee Alongside Adorable Cats

Yesterday, America’s first cat café opened in New York City. Cat lovers, you now have only three more day to sip coffee and eat pastries alongside adorable cats! Purina One teamed up with the North Shore Animal League, the country’s largest no-kill shelter, to create this pop-up café that’s the temporary home to rescue cats. While the concept of a cat café has been around for a while, with Asia and Europe leading the way, this is the first time one has opened in the United States. Two permanent cat cafés are scheduled to open in San Francisco this year.

The concept is simple. Visitors pay an hourly fee or cover charge to sit and lounge with cats. This one, on 168 Bowery, is free. Sixteen cats roam the premises and you’re welcome to pick one up and snuggle with it. If you fall in love with a particular one, you can even adopt it! (Read about each individual cat, here. Looks like “Sushi” is featured in the photo, above.) To get your feline fix, stop by the store from 10a to 7p each day till April 27. If you’d like to learn a little something, you can listen to different cat experts talk about cat health and behavior. The store’s capacity is limited to just 65 people, so you may have to wait in line.

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Haay Hottie: Consent, Communication, and Boundary Setting in Party Spaces. A Workshop / Workbook Zine 
by Lee Naught (of Fuckin @ / NY Radical Sex Positivity Project) & Rachel (of Hoax Zine)
cover art by Elvis Wolf

VIEW AND DOWNLOAD A FREE PRINTABLE VERSION AT THIS LINK
This zine is based off a workshop that was presented at Idapalooza 2013. Boundaries are often context-based, and we felt that talking about consent can look different in spaces that are sweaty, rowdy, in which there is substance use, and / or in which “hooking up” is a social norm. This is a workshop / workbook zine that can be conducted either alone or with a group. It is specifically written for those who have already made the decision to enter a sexy, party space (a gay bar, a queer dance night, a house party, a play party, a festival such as Idapalooza) with the idea that participants will be witnesses to PDA, drinking, and probably more. However, the workshop / workbook can easily be tailored to other settings & we believe that many folks can benefit from these activities. Topics covered in this workshop / workbook zine include (but are not limited to): re-defining sex & sex positivity, reflecting upon what party settings feel safe & unsafe, boundary setting activities, communication (verbal & non-verbal, during & outside of sex), consent & communication as in pertains to bdsm & kink, boundaries pertaining to substance use, accountability, responding to issues of boundary crossing. 24 pgs/ b&w / text heavy
E-mail rachelzines@gmail.com for questions about downloading (or if you are computer savvy & know how to design a web readable version of this!)
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ineffableshe:

Haay Hottie: Consent, Communication, and Boundary Setting in Party Spaces. A Workshop / Workbook Zine
by Lee Naught (of Fuckin @ / NY Radical Sex Positivity Project) & Rachel (of Hoax Zine)
cover art by Elvis Wolf

This zine is based off a workshop that was presented at Idapalooza 2013. Boundaries are often context-based, and we felt that talking about consent can look different in spaces that are sweaty, rowdy, in which there is substance use, and / or in which “hooking up” is a social norm. This is a workshop / workbook zine that can be conducted either alone or with a group. It is specifically written for those who have already made the decision to enter a sexy, party space (a gay bar, a queer dance night, a house party, a play party, a festival such as Idapalooza) with the idea that participants will be witnesses to PDA, drinking, and probably more. However, the workshop / workbook can easily be tailored to other settings & we believe that many folks can benefit from these activities. Topics covered in this workshop / workbook zine include (but are not limited to): re-defining sex & sex positivity, reflecting upon what party settings feel safe & unsafe, boundary setting activities, communication (verbal & non-verbal, during & outside of sex), consent & communication as in pertains to bdsm & kink, boundaries pertaining to substance use, accountability, responding to issues of boundary crossing. 24 pgs/ b&w / text heavy

E-mail rachelzines@gmail.com for questions about downloading (or if you are computer savvy & know how to design a web readable version of this!)

Anti-copyright, re-blog to spread the word!

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