stuck hangin out w these two bearded losers again
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stuck hangin out w these two bearded losers again

at George Square
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at George Square

that was the most unpleasant dream I had last night though and I still feel a bit sickly and dreams are weird

tea selfie + aimee did my eyebrows or something
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tea selfie + aimee did my eyebrows or something

this is a tasty
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this is a tasty

ojo-alice:

Pokemon Center, Daimon, Tokyo
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ojo-alice:

Pokemon Center, Daimon, Tokyo

(Source: kinoko-san)

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harry potter (2001-2011)  | 365 films | inspiration |

I just made and drank a hot choclety with expired milk and I think my intestines are dissolving, is this the end

officialfrenchtoast:

*holds your hand* ha ha how’d that get there

oldglasgow:

This photograph, taken c. 1977 shows the original subway station at St. Enoch with the modern entrance to the station being dug out from underneath. The tops of the escalators are (very approximately) where the beam is in the foreground.
During the modernisation of Glasgow’s subway system in the 70s, there were a number of alterations to stations and many were replaced with modern stations but the old St Enoch station survives today.
If you’re interested in finding out more about how the Subway has changed since it opened, there’s a wee post about its ‘ghost station’ which you can read right here.
I’m afraid I’ve had this photo kicking around so long that I’m not sure who originally took it. If you know, please drop me a message and I’ll add a credit.
Old Glasgow elsewhere: Facebook | Twitter | Interactive Map
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oldglasgow:

This photograph, taken c. 1977 shows the original subway station at St. Enoch with the modern entrance to the station being dug out from underneath. The tops of the escalators are (very approximately) where the beam is in the foreground.

During the modernisation of Glasgow’s subway system in the 70s, there were a number of alterations to stations and many were replaced with modern stations but the old St Enoch station survives today.

If you’re interested in finding out more about how the Subway has changed since it opened, there’s a wee post about its ‘ghost station’ which you can read right here.

I’m afraid I’ve had this photo kicking around so long that I’m not sure who originally took it. If you know, please drop me a message and I’ll add a credit.

Old Glasgow elsewhere: Facebook | Twitter | Interactive Map

shaxaphone:

cute things to call your girlfriend:

1. sugar 
2. honey 
3. flour 
4. egg 
5. 1/2lb butter 
6. stir 
7. pour into pan 
8. preheat to 375°