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Being Alone, Beautiful, and Omg: jumpingjacktrash: avatar-dacia: thisisarebeljyn: fearwax: scootsenshi: 24-sa3t: comradeonion: powerofthestruggle: Man eating rice, China, 1901-1904 this is an extremely important picture Ive never seen someone from 1904 having fun omg He has a nice face No but the history behind this picture is really interesting The reason that everyone always looked miserable in old photos wasn’t that they took too long to take. Once photography became widespread it took only seconds to take a picture. It was because getting your photo taken was treated the same as getting your portrait painted. A very serious occasion meant so thst your descendants would know that ypu existed and what you looked like. But one time some British dudes went to china to go on an anthropological expedition, and they met some rural Chinese farmers and decided to take their pictures. Now, these people weren’t exposed to the weird culture of the time around getting your photo taken, so this guy just flashed a big grin during the photo because he was told to strike a pose and that’s the pose he wanted to strike. I think painted portraits and old photos give us the idea that in general people were just really unhappy because those are the visuals we have. This is so refreshing. Hey, look; “Man Laughing Alone With Rice” is back on my dash. always reblog Happy Rice Guy. once upon a time, he really enjoyed his lunch, and that’s beautiful.

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Love, Target, and Tumblr: @KAORIMIZUNYA kaorimizunya: ♡Mermaid Kagome~ Small commission for a friend, I really love InuYasha’s fanfics AU ♡ *for the pose I was inspired by many images found on Pinterest*

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Animals, Confused, and Fuck You: saintcucumbers Can someone please tell me what it means when an owl LITERALLY fucking swims towards you and then stares you down?? Like look at it?? Literally flew past me and my my friend, it was so close that the wings touched our faces. shiraglassman It's reminding you to do your Duolingo practice demonladytakkuri The real answer is that it really wants you to go away That's a fledgling great horned owl, they're known for being generally ballsy and aggressive, and owls have been known to both climb trees and swim through still water in a pinch Most likely full scenario: the bird was practicing flying, but it fell because it's still a kid and they do that. It probably fell in/by the water. It then was like Oh Damn Oh Jesus and decided it was not in fact a duck and headed to you, and was utterly offended but confused on what to do. So it decided to Square Up and face you like the hellbeast it is. The pose it's taking in the pic is one I affectionately call Full Orb. A fully orbed owl is 100% READY to FIGHT 1v1 no items final destination. You were probably its first up close encounter with a human, and since birds tend to associate larger animals with predators, it tried to make itself look as big as possible to make sure you know what's up. It was staring you down because it was waiting to see you make the first move in the dual or flee in fear from its superior owl might. timatisblog This reply made this post ette karmacharmeleon18 me: oh hello little owl owl: i will fuck you up aterrasilvershade Owl: I am lorge! Get spooked! Questionable owl encounters
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Target, Tumblr, and Blog: mythicamagic: Sesskag in Klimt’s style x I couldn’t do the whole style but I liked the pose

mythicamagic: Sesskag in Klimt’s style x I couldn’t do the whole style but I liked the pose

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Being Alone, Beautiful, and Omg: jumpingjacktrash: avatar-dacia: thisisarebeljyn: fearwax: scootsenshi: 24-sa3t: comradeonion: powerofthestruggle: Man eating rice, China, 1901-1904 this is an extremely important picture Ive never seen someone from 1904 having fun omg He has a nice face No but the history behind this picture is really interesting The reason that everyone always looked miserable in old photos wasn’t that they took too long to take. Once photography became widespread it took only seconds to take a picture. It was because getting your photo taken was treated the same as getting your portrait painted. A very serious occasion meant so thst your descendants would know that ypu existed and what you looked like. But one time some British dudes went to china to go on an anthropological expedition, and they met some rural Chinese farmers and decided to take their pictures. Now, these people weren’t exposed to the weird culture of the time around getting your photo taken, so this guy just flashed a big grin during the photo because he was told to strike a pose and that’s the pose he wanted to strike. I think painted portraits and old photos give us the idea that in general people were just really unhappy because those are the visuals we have. This is so refreshing. Hey, look; “Man Laughing Alone With Rice” is back on my dash. always reblog Happy Rice Guy. once upon a time, he really enjoyed his lunch, and that’s beautiful.

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Being Alone, Beautiful, and Omg: jumpingjacktrash: avatar-dacia: thisisarebeljyn: fearwax: scootsenshi: 24-sa3t: comradeonion: powerofthestruggle: Man eating rice, China, 1901-1904 this is an extremely important picture Ive never seen someone from 1904 having fun omg He has a nice face No but the history behind this picture is really interesting The reason that everyone always looked miserable in old photos wasn’t that they took too long to take. Once photography became widespread it took only seconds to take a picture. It was because getting your photo taken was treated the same as getting your portrait painted. A very serious occasion meant so thst your descendants would know that ypu existed and what you looked like. But one time some British dudes went to china to go on an anthropological expedition, and they met some rural Chinese farmers and decided to take their pictures. Now, these people weren’t exposed to the weird culture of the time around getting your photo taken, so this guy just flashed a big grin during the photo because he was told to strike a pose and that’s the pose he wanted to strike. I think painted portraits and old photos give us the idea that in general people were just really unhappy because those are the visuals we have. This is so refreshing. Hey, look; “Man Laughing Alone With Rice” is back on my dash. always reblog Happy Rice Guy. once upon a time, he really enjoyed his lunch, and that’s beautiful.

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Being Alone, Beautiful, and Omg: jumpingjacktrash: avatar-dacia: thisisarebeljyn: fearwax: scootsenshi: 24-sa3t: comradeonion: powerofthestruggle: Man eating rice, China, 1901-1904 this is an extremely important picture Ive never seen someone from 1904 having fun omg He has a nice face No but the history behind this picture is really interesting The reason that everyone always looked miserable in old photos wasn’t that they took too long to take. Once photography became widespread it took only seconds to take a picture. It was because getting your photo taken was treated the same as getting your portrait painted. A very serious occasion meant so thst your descendants would know that ypu existed and what you looked like. But one time some British dudes went to china to go on an anthropological expedition, and they met some rural Chinese farmers and decided to take their pictures. Now, these people weren’t exposed to the weird culture of the time around getting your photo taken, so this guy just flashed a big grin during the photo because he was told to strike a pose and that’s the pose he wanted to strike. I think painted portraits and old photos give us the idea that in general people were just really unhappy because those are the visuals we have. This is so refreshing. Hey, look; “Man Laughing Alone With Rice” is back on my dash. always reblog Happy Rice Guy. once upon a time, he really enjoyed his lunch, and that’s beautiful.

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Phone, Selfie, and Taken: <p><a href="https://totallynotzelda.tumblr.com/post/173721788719/libertarirynn-i-swear-the-longer-i-look-at-this" class="tumblr_blog">totallynotzelda</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a href="https://libertarirynn.tumblr.com/post/173718377589/i-swear-the-longer-i-look-at-this-stock-image-the" class="tumblr_blog">libertarirynn</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p>I swear the longer I look at this stock image the more fucked it gets</p> <p>&gt;Who is holding the camera? The hands are facing outward but are not in the right position to belong to anybody in the photo, unless two people are holding it? But I don’t know anyone who takes pictures like that. </p> <p>&gt;Speaking of how people take pictures, who tf takes a selfie with the screen facing outward?</p> <p>&gt;Upon closer examination, the people in the background are not holding the pose displayed on the phone screen. Similar, but decidedly not the same.</p> </blockquote> <p>So the hands in question are of a man and a woman, hence one being smaller than the other.</p> <p>The screen is showing the picture already taken, so it’s bound to be different than the poses they are doing now.</p> <p>And that seems to be an older phone, so maybe it didn’t have a front camera.</p> <p>Easy</p> </blockquote><p>&gt;Still doesn’t explain why in the world they would hold the phone/camera like that. </p><p>&gt;Also where is the man? There’s no way it’s the guy all the way in the back row there. Is he standing out of the frame and still holding the camera like that? If he’s out of the frame why doesn’t he just take the picture with both hands?</p><p>&gt;Why are they still posing if the picture is already taken?</p>
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Being Alone, Beautiful, and Omg: <p><a href="http://jumpingjacktrash.tumblr.com/post/173162603859/avatar-dacia-thisisarebeljyn-fearwax" class="tumblr_blog">jumpingjacktrash</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a href="http://avatar-dacia.tumblr.com/post/160035999714/thisisarebeljyn-fearwax-scootsenshi" class="tumblr_blog">avatar-dacia</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://thisisarebeljyn.tumblr.com/post/155832851219/fearwax-scootsenshi-24-sa3t" class="tumblr_blog">thisisarebeljyn</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://fearwax.tumblr.com/post/141954232827">fearwax</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://scootsenshi.tumblr.com/post/141952676589">scootsenshi</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://24-sa3t.tumblr.com/post/114557484478">24-sa3t</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://comradeonion.tumblr.com/post/114557360986">comradeonion</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://powerofthestruggle.tumblr.com/post/114472545754">powerofthestruggle</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p>Man eating rice, China, 1901-1904<br/></p> </blockquote> <p>this is an extremely important picture</p> </blockquote> <p>Ive never seen someone from 1904 having fun omg</p> </blockquote> <p>He has a nice face</p> </blockquote> <p>No but the history behind this picture is really interesting</p> <p>The reason that everyone always looked miserable in old photos wasn’t that they took too long to take. Once photography became widespread it took only seconds to take a picture.</p> <p>It was because getting your photo taken was treated the same as getting your portrait painted. A very serious occasion meant so thst your descendants would know that ypu existed and what you looked like.</p> <p>But one time some British dudes went to china to go on an anthropological expedition, and they met some rural Chinese farmers and decided to take their pictures. Now, these people weren’t exposed to the weird culture of the time around getting your photo taken, so this guy just flashed a big grin during the photo because he was told to strike a pose and that’s the pose he wanted to strike.</p> </blockquote> <p>I think painted portraits and old photos give us the idea that in general people were just really unhappy because those are the visuals we have. This is so refreshing.</p> </blockquote> <p>Hey, look; “Man Laughing Alone With Rice” is back on my dash.<br/></p> </blockquote> <p style="">always reblog Happy Rice Guy. once upon a time, he really enjoyed his lunch, and that’s beautiful.<br/></p> </blockquote>

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Being Alone, Beautiful, and Omg: jumpingjacktrash: avatar-dacia: thisisarebeljyn: fearwax: scootsenshi: 24-sa3t: comradeonion: powerofthestruggle: Man eating rice, China, 1901-1904 this is an extremely important picture Ive never seen someone from 1904 having fun omg He has a nice face No but the history behind this picture is really interesting The reason that everyone always looked miserable in old photos wasn’t that they took too long to take. Once photography became widespread it took only seconds to take a picture. It was because getting your photo taken was treated the same as getting your portrait painted. A very serious occasion meant so thst your descendants would know that ypu existed and what you looked like. But one time some British dudes went to china to go on an anthropological expedition, and they met some rural Chinese farmers and decided to take their pictures. Now, these people weren’t exposed to the weird culture of the time around getting your photo taken, so this guy just flashed a big grin during the photo because he was told to strike a pose and that’s the pose he wanted to strike. I think painted portraits and old photos give us the idea that in general people were just really unhappy because those are the visuals we have. This is so refreshing. Hey, look; “Man Laughing Alone With Rice” is back on my dash. always reblog Happy Rice Guy. once upon a time, he really enjoyed his lunch, and that’s beautiful.

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Computers, Life, and Memes: 2 OR SHOULDER STRETCH 3 Chest Open @DeskboundTherapy HOW TO FIX TIGHT SHOULDERS · It's been a while since I've talked about Surving The Desk Life (btw, do y'all want more of those? LMK below 👇) so here's a super simple stretch you can do by none other than @deskboundtherapy. · Most adults have very limited shoulder extension range of motion. Tight muscles like the biceps and pecs play a role in keeping the shoulders chronically flexed and depressed, making this extended position behind the body inaccessible. And all the time hunched over our computers and phones don't help the situation.💻😩 · Try this shoulder stretch from your chair and notice a deep stretch across the front of the shoulder and possibly into the bicep. This is a great way to ensure you spend some quality time hanging in shoulder extension as opposed to a flexed shoulder position with ours arms reaching in front of our body. · You can make this stretch less intense by adjusting the height of your hand position on the chair or by using stretching one shoulder at a time vs both. Play around with the pose and see how you body best likes to be positioned 🔑 · Tips to Perform Correctly 💯 1️⃣ Come to a seated position on the edge of your chair. 2️⃣Grip the chair behind you while maintaining a neutral spine position. 3️⃣Lift your chest up as you take a deep exhale. 4️⃣Hold this stretch for 30-40 seconds multiple times throughout the day, anytime you take a break from working. · If you want a vid, let me know. It might be time for a new installment of Surviving The Desk Life.🎥 MyodetoxOrlando DeskboundTherapy Myodetox

HOW TO FIX TIGHT SHOULDERS · It's been a while since I've talked about Surving The Desk Life (btw, do y'all want more of those? LMK below 👇)...

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