Builder of daleks, designer of jewellery, constructor of sets, creator of clothing, student of writing, observer of television. I keep myself busy.
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“We’re incredibly adolescent on the set. I spent 20 minutes on three different occasions, hiding in Luke’s trailer, just waiting to scare him. That’s not even adolescent… it’s infantile. We also enjoyed making prank calls. I spent half an hour on the phone to Clarks [shoe shop] pretending to be a man who couldn’t get his shoe off.”

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kateordie:

I love that point in a friendship when you get what the other person’s style is - their “thing.” You see a knit jersey tie and think of them immediately; a type of weather, a bad movie, a woman’s outfit. You know, with absolute certainty, that your friend would enjoy this thing with you more than anyone else in the world. You feel closer in that moment of recognition, even if they’re not there.

I am the most passive passive-aggressive person ever. Someone I’ve been trying to meet up with for like 3 months finally messaged me to catch up. In my day planner, as my passive-aggressive retaliation I labeled the catch up as “Oh so NOW you want to meet up.”. Not even to him. Just sassing my day planner. I embarrass myself.

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asylum-art:

 Octopus-Inspired Design Ideas

The octopus, with its eight writhing tentacles and otherworldly appearance, has fascinated and inspired mankind since we first explored the oceans. While we may no longer write myths and legends about tentacled sea beasts, these modern octopus-inspired household designs are enough to inspire a dread of the deep. Some of us might not feel comfortable facing a slimy octopus, but the artists and designers behind these octopus products consider them be great sources of inspiration for their artworks. That sleek black leather octopus chair could be Poseidon’s throne, while those octopus chandeliers might make you feel like you’re 20,000 leagues under the sea.

1) Octopus Chandelier. Image credits: imgur

2) Octopus Umbrella. Image credits: imgur.com | Buy

3) Octopus Bracelet. Image credits: Maya

4.5) Octopus Chair. Image credits: Maximo Riera

6) Octopus Ear Cuff. Image credits: martymagic

7) Octopus Table. Image credits: Image credits: Isaac Krauss

8) Octopus Watch. Image credits: kudoke.eu

9) Octopus Candelabra. credits: catalog.sourcecollection.com

10) Octopus Cake. Image credits: Karen Portaleo

11) Octopus Rings. mage credits: Linda Smyth

12.13) Octopus Chandelier. credits: catalog.sourcecollection.com

14) Octopus Punch Bowl. credits: catalog.sourcecollection.com

15) Octopus Cellphone Holder. Available at Amazon.com

16) Octopus Gate. Image credits: paulgilbert-blacksmith.co.uk

17) Octopussy Floor Lamp. Image credits: Vladimir Tomilov