1. Dogs or cows?

    Dogs or cows?

  2. Poseurs (especially as I’m inside working)

    Poseurs (especially as I’m inside working)

  3. broadcity:

    Broad City does the music video you’ve been waiting for tonight at 10:30 PM! Prepare as needed.  

    See?! The. Best.

  4. fuckyeahbroadcity:

    1.05 | 1.06

    bffs

    This is my fave.

    (Source: mcelhenney)

  5. 13 April 2014

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    torple

    So, okay, that’s 36 guys that we’ve been rejected by and one lady.

    (Source: torple)

  6. No big deal, but I am IN LOVE with Broad City.

    (Source: breelarson)

  7. Went to a lovely wedding (on a boat y’all) today - a delightful interlude with some old friends in a hectic work schedule. The clear winners though are our friends who were dog sitting for us: Best. Dog update. Ever.

  8. Incredible skies over St Andrews (as usual)

    Incredible skies over St Andrews (as usual)

  9. My ridiculous brunch. Oof.

    My ridiculous brunch. Oof.

  10. Although I’m crazy busy at the moment (the sheer amount of deadlines and work I need to complete in the next month is horrifying if I stop to think about it), I went to see The Grand Budapest Hotel last night.* Despite my concerns and scepticism (I was not a fan of Moonlight Kingdom or The Darjeeling Limited and I really dislike Ralph Fiennes, Jude Law and Adrien Brody), I found it utterly charming. Sure, it’s pretty fluffy and insubstantial, but hello, DELIGHTFUL. Full of visual gags, it made me laugh out loud on multiple occasions. It even made me like Fiennes (the movement between calling everyone darling and having panicked sweary outbursts was great) and Brody, plus I didn’t want to smack Jude Law in the face. 
*Students chose it for a presentation topic. I am thankful to them, as I wouldn’t have bothered otherwise.

    Although I’m crazy busy at the moment (the sheer amount of deadlines and work I need to complete in the next month is horrifying if I stop to think about it), I went to see The Grand Budapest Hotel last night.* Despite my concerns and scepticism (I was not a fan of Moonlight Kingdom or The Darjeeling Limited and I really dislike Ralph Fiennes, Jude Law and Adrien Brody), I found it utterly charming. Sure, it’s pretty fluffy and insubstantial, but hello, DELIGHTFUL. Full of visual gags, it made me laugh out loud on multiple occasions. It even made me like Fiennes (the movement between calling everyone darling and having panicked sweary outbursts was great) and Brody, plus I didn’t want to smack Jude Law in the face. 

    *Students chose it for a presentation topic. I am thankful to them, as I wouldn’t have bothered otherwise.