You met me at a very strange time in my life.

humansofnewyork:

"She taught me how to dance. We actually met at a graduation party. I was the only one not on the dance floor, and her friend bet her that she couldn’t get me to dance. I’d already said ‘no’ to ten girls, but she talked me into it. We were together 55 years. She died eight years ago, but I still dance every day."
(Mexico City, Mexico)

humansofnewyork:

"She taught me how to dance. We actually met at a graduation party. I was the only one not on the dance floor, and her friend bet her that she couldn’t get me to dance. I’d already said ‘no’ to ten girls, but she talked me into it. We were together 55 years. She died eight years ago, but I still dance every day."

(Mexico City, Mexico)

cumomelet:

Be nice

timid:








Photographer unknown, 1950s

the one on the left hello

so hot im actually crying

Oh god, feeling weezy

why dont boys look like this anymore wtf

yes omg ^

why did we go from this to baggy pants and snap backs?

can we bring this style back pls

timid:

Photographer unknown, 1950s

the one on the left hello

so hot im actually crying

Oh god, feeling weezy

why dont boys look like this anymore wtf

yes omg ^

why did we go from this to baggy pants and snap backs?

can we bring this style back pls

newyorker:

For decades, Bill Cosby was America’s ideal dad, but his real life was more complicated. Kelefa Sanneh profiles the comic in the magazine this week and offers video commentary on Cosby’s evolving comedy.
Photograph by Milton H. Greene / Archive Images

newyorker:

For decades, Bill Cosby was America’s ideal dad, but his real life was more complicated. Kelefa Sanneh profiles the comic in the magazine this week and offers video commentary on Cosby’s evolving comedy.

Photograph by Milton H. Greene / Archive Images

“I’ve gone crazy, couldn’t you tell? I threw rocks at the stars but the whole sky fell”

– Gregory Alan Isakov