October 19, 2014
laughhard:

Milk Rules

laughhard:

Milk Rules

how2beadad:

I’ve had a few people tell me I don’t look like a dad. I’m not really sure what that means. What does a father look like?
I prefer to look at fatherhood as a lens than rather than a look or an age. Every dad cares for his children with his own style of love and ferocity. Some of the greatest, most engaged fathers I know look nothing alike.
Children can level a man. And they can build him up to near invincibility.
But we all look a little tired. I’ll give you that. At least I do.
charlie, a photo of me

how2beadad:

I’ve had a few people tell me I don’t look like a dad. I’m not really sure what that means. What does a father look like?

I prefer to look at fatherhood as a lens than rather than a look or an age. Every dad cares for his children with his own style of love and ferocity. Some of the greatest, most engaged fathers I know look nothing alike.

Children can level a man. And they can build him up to near invincibility.

But we all look a little tired. I’ll give you that. At least I do.

charlie, a photo of me

(via thedaddycomplex)

October 18, 2014
laughhard:

It’s true

laughhard:

It’s true

October 3, 2014
ultrafacts:

princesseyesandlionhearts:

ultrafacts:

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I repost this story every time I see it. I grew up I a very small town where you could see the stars every night when you looked at the sky. It never occurred to me until I read this that, people in severely overpopulated cities almost never get to see the stars. Partly because of all the artificial light radiating from ground level

ultrafacts:

princesseyesandlionhearts:

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I repost this story every time I see it. I grew up I a very small town where you could see the stars every night when you looked at the sky. It never occurred to me until I read this that, people in severely overpopulated cities almost never get to see the stars. Partly because of all the artificial light radiating from ground level

microbrewery-is-easy:

Hops: A Homebrewers Guide
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microbrewery-is-easy:

Hops: A Homebrewers Guide

Get Drunk All Night: Follow Microbrewery on Tumblr!

(via bakersbrews)

September 20, 2014
Well, that’s… interesting. #DC #uni (at Florida Ave)

Well, that’s… interesting. #DC #uni (at Florida Ave)

September 17, 2014
laughhard:

My sister is getting married and this is her save the date..

laughhard:

My sister is getting married and this is her save the date..

laughhard:

I am a photographer. This happened during a shoot this weekend. I call it, “Fatherhood.”

laughhard:

I am a photographer. This happened during a shoot this weekend. I call it, “Fatherhood.”

September 16, 2014

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August 24, 2014
malformalady:

A red banana is a banana with a distinctive red to purple skin, rather than the more conventional yellow. These bananas originate in Costa Rica, where they are extremely popular, and they are widely eaten in other parts of Central America. The skin of a red banana may be anywhere from dark red to almost purple, and the flesh is cream to slightly pink in color.

On a traffic light green means ‘go’ and yellow means ‘yield’, but on a banana it’s just the opposite. Green means ‘hold on,’ yellow means ‘go ahead,’ and red means, ‘where the hell did you get that banana at?’
— Mitch Hedberg

malformalady:

A red banana is a banana with a distinctive red to purple skin, rather than the more conventional yellow. These bananas originate in Costa Rica, where they are extremely popular, and they are widely eaten in other parts of Central America. The skin of a red banana may be anywhere from dark red to almost purple, and the flesh is cream to slightly pink in color.

On a traffic light green means ‘go’ and yellow means ‘yield’, but on a banana it’s just the opposite. Green means ‘hold on,’ yellow means ‘go ahead,’ and red means, ‘where the hell did you get that banana at?’

— Mitch Hedberg

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