i-clash-with-everything:

You can see the exact moment where it goes
"I HAVE MADE A HORRIFIC MISTAKE. FUCK. FUCK FUCK FUCK F-"
And then it falls in.

i-clash-with-everything:

You can see the exact moment where it goes

"I HAVE MADE A HORRIFIC MISTAKE. FUCK. FUCK FUCK FUCK F-"

And then it falls in.

lheartlondon:

London by Night

the best new girl blooper a fan could ask for

newgirl-all-day-son:

Sooo jealous of that pigeon at 0:36 …


Favorite pictures of Olly Murs - 7/?

Favorite pictures of Olly Murs - 7/?

killianhjones:

gonnaliveforever asked: Tom Fletcher or Dougie Poynter. Floynter
tiallfloran:

Told you they’ve probably been a thing since November

tiallfloran:

Told you they’ve probably been a thing since November

stilinskiyeah:

just love them so much*

mangosmoothie7:

fileformat:

STOP

who fucking did this

mangosmoothie7:

fileformat:

STOP

who fucking did this

xtremecaffeine:

metapill:

xtremecaffeine:

jhameia:

xtremecaffeine:

geeknip:

aosii:

rerylikes:

Dining Etiquette Around The World, an infographic by Restaurant Choice

via Feel Design

are these relevant or clichés to you?

this is very interesting and fascinating. i know from personal experience as a korean also not to stick my chopsticks upright in rice because it resembles incense at a funeral and is considered to be an omen/bad luck

As a 50% Thai person, I can confirm the Thai part is accurate. Everyone at the table will negotiate a bunch of dishes to order and everyone will share. And don’t tip.

Yeah seriously I find it so weird that you go to a restaurant and you like select one thing you like and somebody else selects one they like and then you go eat and go away with no idea if you would’ve liked something else?

I didn’t realize using the fork to push food onto the spoon was a Thai thing; that’s also done in Malaysia and it frankly weirds me the hell out when I see people use their forks to scoop rice into their mouths, especially other Asians.

Altho I didn’t know you shouldn’t pass food using chopsticks in Japan; Japanese people must be appalled by Malaysian-Chinese, especially at big family dinners the parents are constantly dropping food onto kids’ plates whether or not said kids ask for it.

Yeah it’s how I learned to eat with a fork & spoon too. Actually last xmas when my sister was up with her friend who’s from Bali, we were like, “isn’t it really confusing to eat with a knife and fork?” because like… You want to use the fork to hold things to put into your mouth, but being so used to using the fork to hold things onto the plate to break them up, so you end up just like constantly switching hands!

And secondly, like, just the volume of food in the air at any one time is phenomenal.

this is realy cool. as for the single meal thing, its obv not custom, but i am terrble for asking to try something if im curose about what it is like and someone else has ordered it. my sister dose this with me alot at formal meals esp XD.

I blame the Russians.

officialfrenchtoast:

sadhuman:

golden retriever festival in scotland

incredible

officialfrenchtoast:

sadhuman:

golden retriever festival in scotland

incredible

nue:

itunes has got it all wrong the hottest single of the year is me