20 Very Interesting Photos From The '30s
A few funny jokes …
Have come across some funny jokes and thought I would share them: Hope you had a laugh.
100 Best Poems | 100 Famous Poems ever written
Bono recites Bukowski
Bono reads a poem by Bukowski titled "Roll the Dice"
illegal to be a jerk
48 Things You'll Only See In New York City
The only place in the world where Mcdonald's have 3 floors of seating. If you can make it here, you can make it anywhere.
32 Of The Greatest Things That Have Ever Happened On Tumblr...
Or maybe just on the internet in general.
Look up rhyming words as you write. Instead of leaving what you're writing to find rhymes in a rhyming dictionary, just alt-click (or option-click) on the word you need a rhyme for and select from a pop-up list of suggested rhymes.
22 Things You're Doing Wrong
It's okay. These little tricks will help you become the highly advanced human you've always dreamed of being.
The Best Jon Stewart Quotes Ever
Psychology Reading Test - Cognitive Psychology
Take the psychology reading test and see what cold reading could say about you
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After by Alex Pipes
I stand above my bed / And examine the damage. / Blankets this way ...
Charles Bukowski - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
(born ; August 16, 1920 - March 9, 1994) was an American poet, novelist and short story writer. His writing was influenced by the social, cultural and economic ambience of his home city of . It is marked by an emphasis on the ordinary lives of poor A...
Rain by Don Paterson
I love all films that start with rain: / rain, braiding a windowpane / or darkening a hung-out dress / or streaming down her upturned face; / / one...
Charles Bukowski | "Cause And Effect"
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Distance by Megan Grace
I don't think I'll ever be close enough / to you. Like so close ...
What are the chances... by A Thomas Hawkins
What are the chances we should meet, / and find our hearts share a ...