Inner Space

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How do you do, fellow kids?


From Teorema- Pier Paolo Pasolini


From Teorema- Pier Paolo Pasolini

— 5 hours ago with 5 notes

Coffee Shop Overheard

Window:I figured out what the dad joke is.
Door:Like, the hi tired I'm--
Window:Yes, I've figured it out. It's an intrusion masquerading as humor.
Door:Don't follow.
Window:The dad pretends to be telling a joke as a way to be cool, to be hip with his kids. But that's not what he's doing. He's interjecting himself in the private culture of the child.
Window:He makes a joke on one of two occasions, whenever the kid has a need or whenever the kid is enjoying something specifically youthful.
Door:So like his inability to leave the kid alone.
Window:Right. So when the kid says I'm tired. He says Hi Tired I'm...He knows it's not funny. But he says it instead of asking his kid if they're alright. It's like a delay of help.
Door:Under the guise of humor.
Window:Right. And when he sees the kid enjoying a show or listening to music, he starts throwing comments against the show or tries to dance. But he doesn't contribute. He detracts. He is psychologically ruining the child's enjoyment of entertainment that does not have the dad as a priority. So he is intersecting the child's interior sanctuary, letting the child know that the needs are met with mocking "hi hungry I'm" and the leisure is interrupted with passive/aggressive domain claiming.
Door:So the kid is always irritated.
Window:The kid is always irritated. That's the central purpose. He could tell jokes the kid laughs at. He sees the show the kid watches. He knows what his kid finds funny. He could adapt. But he never does. It's really an immature reaction at being needed without being given attention.
— 6 hours ago with 64 notes

From Teorema- Pier Paolo Pasolini


From Teorema- Pier Paolo Pasolini

— 6 hours ago with 4 notes
"I think once you’ve thought about how a person sleeps, how they’d feel pressed up against your back, or your head on their chest, how compatible your bodies would be in the same space of a bed — once you’ve thought about that, you’re fucked."
— 6 hours ago with 365420 notes
beginner’s guide to vampire weekend:


  • balding, sweaty baby plays bass and dances
  • babar enthusiast w/ a weird accent sings
  • angelic batman plays keyboard
  • bearded basketball player got lost on the way 2 a game and ended up playing drums

(via drownerrs)

— 7 hours ago with 719 notes
"What drug suits me best? Cocaine. I’m an upper type. I’ve had greater feelings of euphoria drinking an americano then drinking beer."
Ezra Koenig (Q Magazine)

(Source: hhiley, via drownerrs)

— 4 days ago with 246 notes
Protip about art college students:



None of us breathe actual oxygen.  Just cigarette and hookah smoke.  If you don’t smoke yourself chances are you’re always breathing in someone else’s smoke cloud

— 4 days ago with 5 notes