Inquisitive Idiot

Boats, cars, guns and occasional nudity. Viewer discretion is advised.

Aug 11

faeryhearts:


Stars will burn through any mists, 
And the ladies’ eyes, through rains of fate, 
Still beamed upon the bloody lists 
And lit the joust of Love and Hate.
— The Tournament: Joust II., by Sidney Lanier.

There needs to be more jousting in the world today.

(via thestonecuttersguild)


Jun 12

ironandvalor:

What I want. All the time.

For Jane.

(via eydiseldr-hjarta)


May 23
agoodthinghappened:

From imgfave.com


This looks like such an amazing place to be.

agoodthinghappened:

From imgfave.com

This looks like such an amazing place to be.

(via steamaker)


May 5
reeves3:

didgeridooyouloveme:

caseyanthonyofficial:

That gazebo is so fucked

Are you sure gazebo is the correct word?
Are
you 
sure?




Fun facts and proper humor.

reeves3:

didgeridooyouloveme:

caseyanthonyofficial:

That gazebo is so fucked

Are you sure gazebo is the correct word?

Are

you 

sure?

Fun facts and proper humor.

(via mynameisabi)


Apr 24
I think this needs to happen in my kitchen …

I think this needs to happen in my kitchen …

(via steamaker)


Apr 16

jaguarshowroom:

Jaguar Series 1 E-Type

What a car. I may need a moment to myself …

jaguarshowroom:

Jaguar Series 1 E-Type

What a car. I may need a moment to myself …

(via topgearmagazine)


Apr 15

Apr 12
I desperately want to do this.

I desperately want to do this.


Apr 8
This makes me want to ditch the smartphone I’ve got even more. It would help me on so many levels - personal interaction, mental health, productivity, creativity, and just general well being. Looking at a phone screen, mindlessly consuming content, hour after hour is not healthy. Literally the first thing that happens when I get up - look at the phone to see what has changed in the world. LIKE IT MATTERS. Anything that impacts me immediately upon waking up, I will notice. Either someone has already called me or I can see that the world is on fire through the window (after I put my glasses on, of course). Who cares what the latest meme on Facebook is? Why am I so worried that I might miss an email from a company that is offering a ridiculous sale?
This morning, I cooked myself breakfast and had a cup of tea. This is super rare. Usually, it’s shower, browse Tumblr, Facebook, G+, email, etc for longer than I should, and then scramble to get dressed and out the door before I’m far too late for work. Today, I cut back on the browsing, cooked myself two eggs and some toast, and relaxed a bit while sipping hot tea before realizing I was running late and bolting off to work. It was a morning routine I’d like to refine.
My goal - substitute the browsing with a workout, drink more tea, and actually enjoy my mornings. This goes for all of you reading this as well - let technology and instant connectivity take a back seat for a portion of the day. Enjoy the simplicity of being disconnected, and let your mind take a break.

This makes me want to ditch the smartphone I’ve got even more. It would help me on so many levels - personal interaction, mental health, productivity, creativity, and just general well being. Looking at a phone screen, mindlessly consuming content, hour after hour is not healthy. Literally the first thing that happens when I get up - look at the phone to see what has changed in the world. LIKE IT MATTERS. Anything that impacts me immediately upon waking up, I will notice. Either someone has already called me or I can see that the world is on fire through the window (after I put my glasses on, of course). Who cares what the latest meme on Facebook is? Why am I so worried that I might miss an email from a company that is offering a ridiculous sale?

This morning, I cooked myself breakfast and had a cup of tea. This is super rare. Usually, it’s shower, browse Tumblr, Facebook, G+, email, etc for longer than I should, and then scramble to get dressed and out the door before I’m far too late for work. Today, I cut back on the browsing, cooked myself two eggs and some toast, and relaxed a bit while sipping hot tea before realizing I was running late and bolting off to work. It was a morning routine I’d like to refine.

My goal - substitute the browsing with a workout, drink more tea, and actually enjoy my mornings. This goes for all of you reading this as well - let technology and instant connectivity take a back seat for a portion of the day. Enjoy the simplicity of being disconnected, and let your mind take a break.


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