Just another day in my neighborhood...
i-am-the1hiding-under-your-bed:

This is marvelous. 

i-am-the1hiding-under-your-bed:

This is marvelous. 

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fuckyeahtattoos:

First session done!

fuckyeahtattoos:

First session done!

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fuckyeahgirlswithtattoos:

My lucky elephant tattoo! Done by Cliff in Urban Ink Tattoos, Mississauga.
http://hatmaker.tumblr.com/

fuckyeahgirlswithtattoos:

My lucky elephant tattoo! Done by Cliff in Urban Ink Tattoos, Mississauga.

http://hatmaker.tumblr.com/

fuckyeahtattoos:

This is my first tattoo done on the 18 of April, I couldn’t be more happy with it. I wanted something that showed off her specialty which is dotwork and Polynesian style work. When she showed me the design I fell in love with it. It means so much to me, it signifies my life changing, moving out, finding a job I love etc. Done by Fade Fx in the locally loved shop ‘Tizz’s’ where I work in Lewes, UK. Her website is http://www.tattooing.me.uk/

fuckyeahtattoos:

This is my first tattoo done on the 18 of April, I couldn’t be more happy with it. I wanted something that showed off her specialty which is dotwork and Polynesian style work. When she showed me the design I fell in love with it. It means so much to me, it signifies my life changing, moving out, finding a job I love etc. Done by Fade Fx in the locally loved shop ‘Tizz’s’ where I work in Lewes, UK. Her website is http://www.tattooing.me.uk/

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motoriginal:

The Comeback

Pictured above is the Jaguar XJ13 which you may have randomly seen photos of online, but chances are the photos you’ve seen were replicas. Why? Because there is only one authentic XJ13 and this is it. 

The car was built in 1966 to bring Jaguar back to Le Mans to compete with Ford and Ferrari but unfortunately the car was completed too late to compete. It had a mid-mounted 5-liter V12 engine so even though it was ready to race in 1967, new ‘3-liter max’ regulations ended the car’s hopes.

During test runs, the XJ13 set new lap records and looked beautiful doing so, until 1971 when being filmed for an E-type press release, the car lost a rear tire and flipped end over end while being driven 140mph by Norman Dewis. Despite not wearing a safety belt, Dewis walked away unharmed, but the car didn’t (see last two photos). Dewis somehow managed to cut the ignition during the crash so no fire broke out.

Unlike so many race cars of the era, the car was saved, repaired, and restored two years later. Jaguar used another engine they had lying around but unfortunately they welded one of the pistons so the car could drive, but not be able to race again.

In 2002, the car fell from a curb cracking the engine block. The bold decision was made to rebuild the engine again but this time it would function the way it was intended, for speed. In 2007, the car debuted at the Goodwood Festival of Speed where it was heard and seen in all its racing glory for the first time in 35 years.

Photos via Supercars.net, Kevin Lloyd, & zero-motors.

(via directionlessdrive)

enthusiasmdocumented:

bawse.
nickelcobalt:

linenforsummertweedforwinter:

“All men are equal. All men, that is, who possess umbrellas.” - E.M. Forester
Source: http://www.thestyleograph.com/2011/06/via-edmondo-de-amicismr-alborghetti.html

I was one of the only guys in the city with an umbrella today surprisingly. I didn’t even check the weather, I just keep a travel umbrella in my briefcase. glad mr beardly mcdadjeans cosigns the travel umbrella, way more practical, especially in a crowded urban environment where large canopies take up the whole sidewalk, and even moreso if you’re a commuter.

enthusiasmdocumented:

bawse.

nickelcobalt:

linenforsummertweedforwinter:

“All men are equal. All men, that is, who possess umbrellas.” - E.M. Forester

Source: http://www.thestyleograph.com/2011/06/via-edmondo-de-amicismr-alborghetti.html

I was one of the only guys in the city with an umbrella today surprisingly. I didn’t even check the weather, I just keep a travel umbrella in my briefcase. glad mr beardly mcdadjeans cosigns the travel umbrella, way more practical, especially in a crowded urban environment where large canopies take up the whole sidewalk, and even moreso if you’re a commuter.

(Source: gotemcoach, via bvsedjesus)

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