I guess I have never really felt like a Dianna. […] I didn’t realize it at first, but it seems as if I had taken a liking to the name Charlie for longer than I can remember! Upon looking back at old school papers, stories I wrote, screenplays, you name it, I have always used the name Charlie as one of the main or ancillary characters. About five years ago, a psychic came up to me as I was walking down the street and said a few things to me, one of them being, “You have someone named Charlie that looks out for you.” I didn’t know what she was talking about, I don’t know anyone by the name of Charlie. Much later, I starting looking at old papers, found the name here and there, and thought of that psychic. I joked to myself that perhaps, I was a man named Charlie in a past life? /•
Eugène Atget (1857 – 1927)
The work of French photographer Eugène Atget documents the architecture and street scenes of Paris throughout the late 19th and early 20th century. What makes Atget’s urban landscapes particularly unique is the continual lack of human figures in his work. When viewed together, his photographs paint a beautiful yet disturbing portrait of arguably the most iconic city in the world; a private window into a lonely and abandoned Paris.
The first exterior renderings for 432 Park Avenue showed the Rafael Vinoly-designed superscraper towering over its Midtown neighbors. No surprise there—the boxy structure will be the western hemisphere’s tallest residential building when it’s finished. And the first interior renderings take full advantage of those views. As of March, prices on available units ranged from $20.25 million to $78 million; a penthouse is already in contract for $95 million.
it looks like one of those shark squeak toys it’s adorable
PUT IT BACK IN THE WATER
it’s ok friend i’m sure that’s what they did
sharks and most fish can survive a little while out of the water without doin any damage, enough to take a picture like this one anyway
this isn’t a fishing boat it’s just a pier with some recreational fishers so they probably have no interest in keeping it, they just wanted a picture of this lil cutie so there’s no need to fret buddy
This is like the kindest response ever.
From now on I will start all of my responses with “it’s okay friend” wow
All it needs is Woody’s hat - ”Look, I’m Woody! Howdy howdy howdy!”
This is honestly one of my favorite Spongebob moments. Can we take a minute to realize how clever the writing for this show used to be?