Posted 4 hours ago
swellerando replied to your post: too much busy for this bee
*runs in waving banner* YOU CAN DO IT! GO ANDRA GO! I BELIEVE IN YOU!
BIG WEEK. I CAN DO THIS.

OH MAAAAANNNNNNNN

Posted 4 hours ago

swellerando:

You know, it happened a long time ago, but occasionally I think about this one time I went to visit my friend up at her university

and it’s close to the major city in our area of the state, so we decided to go to the city to check out the very impressive farmer’s market

but the funny thing about being college students is that your schedule is weird enough that you can be out when all the children are in school and the adults are at work

but it didn’t really occur to us, as we approached on an early Thursday afternoon, that we would be the sole patrons of this entire GIGANTIC farmer’s market

we entered into this covered pavilion, and suddenly, eyes attuned themselves to our every movement

all the attention that these vendors would need to focus on a veritable mob on a usual weekend was instead concentrated solely on us

these people hadn’t had two customers all day

they saw us and they zeroed right on in like falcons on the prey

they were so ready

they were ready to sample that crap

they would follow us from behind the tables, lying in wait

just let me tell you, never in my life have i ever seen so many leering men in overalls with pocket knives poised over assorted melons

it was terrifying. they would stand very still, eying our approach with their heads cocked

as soon as we got close enough, they would dash us off a few slices of a mystery fruit and say, “Here, nectarine, try it. Six dollars a bucket.”

whatever they lacked in customer rapport, they made up for in sheer force of will

they would just stand there and wait for us to buy things

I never imagined that stage fright could have occurred while standing in the middle of a patch of weird pumpkins

I am about eighty percent certain that at one point, Jim Croce actually appeared to me

it all started innocently enough until suddenly a white nectarine was poised under my gullet and a cigarette was waggling in front of my nose

this vendor had materialized from the breach mere inches from my face, a spectral apparition through the haze of cigarette smoke burning my eyes

and at a moment’s notice, he was whittling bits off for us while listing what i can only assume were the accolades of this prime specimen of fruit (although, from around the cigarette, I can’t even say for certain that he was speaking English)

Jim Croce, I understand that you haven’t made a sale all day, but allow me a moment to disentangle myself from your mustache before surveying your wares

in short, it was a very surreal and scary experience and i think about it and wonder if maybe it wasn’t all some strange dream

Posted 4 hours ago
Happy earth day |  art burdge

(Source: clarisselawar)

Posted 5 hours ago

To all the Tumblr users who tend to use tags very liberally:

thejadedkiwano:

Let’s play a game.

Type the following words into your tags box, then post the first automatic tag that comes up.

you, also, what, when, why, how, look, because, never

Posted 5 hours ago

voyagehour:

i thought i was over it and then

i wasn’t

Posted 5 hours ago

rivailleackerman:

Celebrating Earth Day with Levi and his big-ass trees.

Posted 6 hours ago

vvant:

im just so glad the word “ugh” was invented