Montevideo is pretty snazzy, even if it isn’t the biggest city.

Montevideo is pretty snazzy, even if it isn’t the biggest city.

A Uruguayan BBQ. I want to stay forever.

A Uruguayan BBQ. I want to stay forever.

Bueno.

Bueno.

Livin’ that life. (at Sans Panes y Cerveza)

Livin’ that life. (at Sans Panes y Cerveza)

It’s all pretty incredible. (at La Moncloa)

It’s all pretty incredible. (at La Moncloa)

When abroad, eat well. (at Parrilla Don Julio)

When abroad, eat well. (at Parrilla Don Julio)

Life is picturesque once again… (at Club Serrano)

Life is picturesque once again… (at Club Serrano)

Hello from Buenos Aires! (at Eco Pampa Hostel)

Hello from Buenos Aires! (at Eco Pampa Hostel)

Just as good as I remember… (at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL))

Just as good as I remember… (at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL))

I’m going to South America tomorrow: Buenos Aires, Argentina and Montevideo, Uruguay. I just left a meh house party cause I was the only sober person and it sucked (in my defense I am sick). Now I’m on my way home to pack a suitcase. And eat some junk food…but what?

(Source: joeydeangelis, via envyadams)

b0ngs-n-th0ngs:


When Jim Henson, creator of the Muppets died in 1990, Disney released this picture of Mickey consoling Kermit the Frog.

Reblogging for the hundredth time

b0ngs-n-th0ngs:

When Jim Henson, creator of the Muppets died in 1990, Disney released this picture of Mickey consoling Kermit the Frog.

Reblogging for the hundredth time

(Source: thelandofdavid, via hopeless-dreams1)

"

People in France have a phrase: “Spirit of the Stairway.” In French: Esprit de l’escalier. It means that moment when you find the answer, but it’s too late. Say you’re at a party and someone insults you. You have to say something. So under pressure, with everybody watching, you say something lame. But the moment you leave the party…

As you start down the stairway, then — magic. You come up with the perfect thing you should’ve said. The perfect crippling put-down.

That’s the Spirit of the Stairway.

The trouble is even the French don’t have a phrase for the stupid things you actually do say under pressure. Those stupid, desperate things you actually think or do.

Some deeds are too low to even get a name. Too low to even get talked about.

"

— Chuck Palahniuk, “Guts” (via justsaysomethingperfect)

(Source: sadsongsforcatlovers)

Someone cheer me up; I just started weeping at “New Slang” by The Shins and took an impressive trip down memory lane.