10 December 2012

brooklyn livin'

The spaces of Brooklyn can hardly be contained—they multiply seemingly overnight—but what follows are a selection of some of Brooklyn’s most sought-afer interiors: the brownstone, the converted warehouse, the microspace, the mansion, the glass condo. Each space represents one of Brooklyn’s multitudes, each interior designed to inspire wonder about the possibilities inherent within. (via)

two smiths dont make a right.

will smith and one of his nearly identical offspring are in a movie together that is basically the same thing as this other tom cruise movie, except more avatar-ish. looks like our scientologist friends are busy preparing for the end of the world.

dave, we're going to catfish you.

if you're not watching catfish, you had better start because its the best show on music television.

portlandia's back soon.

january 4.

beyonce's pepsi can

swiperboy approves

'nuff said

can. not. wait.

thoughts, sara jane?


According to various reports, a very fashionably dressed monkey was found wandering around an Ikea in Toronto. Apparently, the monkey, who was wearing a shearling coat and a diaper, was brought to the store by his owners and left in the car while they went inside. But, as you might have guessed from his coat, this wasn't your regular, run-of-the-mill monkey, content to stay in the car while his owners had all the shopping fun. (via)

bend over.

Less than five years ago, an unlimited monthly MetroCard would set you back just $76. Those halcyon days will seem like a lifetime ago when the MTA board votes on Wednesday on its latest fare-hike package. According to the various reports this morning, a monthly card will go from $104 to $112, a weekly from $29 to $30, and a single ride from $2.25 to $2.50. (via)

the little dog from Shahs of Sunset

Faith:  also, this thing
how it has some ear imbalance or something and only walks in circles
 me:  and why is he always all hunched up like that
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