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It took me 20 years to love my body,  I started loving me and unleashed a monster

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Effect of Drugs Under The Microscope by Sarah Shönfeld

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Broken Mirror/Evening Sky (Anscochrome), 2012 BY BING WRIGHT PHOTOGRAPH
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Schloss Lembeck, Germany (by Sabinche)

To be honest, I have a 4.0 in AP Biology and there are parts of the human anatomy I’ve never seen before on these walls.

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Expectations Vs. Reality / Game of thrones

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The Japanese city of Nara is renown for its deer. Thanks to their legendary history, they’re regarded as heavenly animals, messengers of the gods according to Shinto belief, and guardians of both the city and Japan itself. A population of over 1000 remarkably tame Sika Deer reside in Nara Park, where they roam freely and visitors may feed them special biscuits, and every summer they do something strange and awesome. They leave the park and swarm the streets, lounging together on the sidewalks and sometimes right in the road, looking like they haven’t got a care in the world and the middle of the road is the perfect place to be.

YouTube user Blue Bells 9999 shot video of this marvelous phenomenon in 2013 and describes it as a regular occurrence in late July:

"…with the deer strolling out of the park to “enjoy the coolness of the street.” Given that the concrete sidewalk and asphalt road surface would ordinarily retain heat during the summertime, we’re guessing that the surrounding cityscape and topography creates either a cooling wind tunnel or an inviting patch of shade.

Although it might seem like an alarming event, Nara residents seem very used to the presence of the deer. It’s been happening for so long now that the city posts warning signs to drivers about deer crossing the road. No one honks at them or suddenly swerves to avoid them. We’d be so amazed by the sight of them that people would be honking at us for blocking traffic ourselves.

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"It is awful to want to go away and to want to go nowhere."

- Sylvia Plath, The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath. (via wordsnquotes)

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