27 Dogs Who Just Know How To Have A Really Fun Time

Man's best friends

1. “ALL FUN STARTS WITH A SMILE. DIDN’T YOU KNOW?”

"ALL FUN STARTS WITH A SMILE. DIDN'T YOU KNOW?"

2. “Hey there, I’m just here to have a really great time.”

"Hey there, I'm just here to have a really great time."

3. “I don’t even need to be doing anything to feel great, because life is just great all the time.”

"I don't even need to be doing anything to feel great, because life is just great all the time."

4. “REALLY EXCITED ABOUT THIS DAY IT’S GONNA BE AMAZING, EVERYONE.”

"REALLY EXCITED ABOUT THIS DAY IT'S GONNA BE AMAZING, EVERYONE."

5. “I’m the kind of guy who knows that the happiest times are the quiet times.”

"I'm the kind of guy who knows that the happiest times are the quiet times."

6. “I will sit here and swing for five hours and have the most fun in the history of having fun. Do not test me.”

"I will sit here and swing for five hours and have the most fun in the history of having fun. Do not test me."

7. “THE SUN IS SHININ’ ON MY LIL’ PUPPY FACE AND I’VE NEVER BEEN HAPPIER.”

"THE SUN IS SHININ' ON MY LIL' PUPPY FACE AND I'VE NEVER BEEN HAPPIER."

8. “Do you see this? This is the face of fun.”

"Do you see this? This is the face of fun."

9. “My smize is out of this world today so I don’t see how I couldn’t be having a great time.”

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O Carnval, a sunga, e o apagão da memória!

Edilson Martins

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Nos dias de Carnaval, a quem não sai em bloco, é inteligente e sensato ficar em casa.  Cada vez mais, imagino, é sensato ficar em casa. Mas isso é outra história.

As ruas e avenidas ficam interditadas, e tome mulheres bonitas, quase sempre com cara de idiotas, e tome homens passeando seus músculos, sempre em grupos, orgulhosos pelos glúteos sarados, vendendo seus encantos, e não poucos buscando a identidade do outro gênero que a natureza perversamente negou.

Nada contra.

A Praça Pio XI, espaço sensível, lazer de crianças durante todo o ano, é invadida por pelotões de vândalos, que não respeitam jardins, urinam nas paredes, e mais não digo, deixam latas e garrafas, e não têm pejo em exibir uma alegria histérica e fora do eixo. Ruidosa.

Quarta-feira de Cinzas decido nadar, e vejo ter desaparecido, em casa,  a sunga de banho. Vou ao comércio  e sou informado que ele…

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American Sniper Screenwriter on the Challenges of Adapting a Book Into a Movie

TIME

Answer by Jason Hall, Screenwriter of American Sniper, on Quora.

Chris Kyle’s book didn’t fully encompass who he was. It was written at the time when he had just gotten back from war. He was angry, dissolute and fractured, in many ways, by these four tours of duty that he had done. It was the close to a decade of war and training for it that had consumed him. The book was dictated in a couple of weeks after that time.

There were lots of questions that the book asked, but didn’t answer like who this guy was, who he was before, and who he would become. There was a lot of anger in the book. I had met Chris, and I knew the book wasn’t a full picture of the man. So the challenge was finding out who he was, and what the sacrifices he made entailed…

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The Playlist • Klezmer and Other Ethnic Gems (1909–1924)

78 RECORDS, CYLINDER RECORDS & VINTAGE PHONOGRAPHS

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HARRY KANDEL’S ORCHESTRA: Kiever Bulgar (Dance from Kiev)

New York: May 6, 1921
Victor 73436 (mx. B 25255 – 1)

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ANONYMOUS ACCORDION AND GUITAR DUET: Andikristo  [Greek]

Constantinople: March 29, 1909
Victor 63512 (Gramophone Co. mx. 12578b)

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SERBIAN TAMBOURITZA QUARTET: Aj, Haj, Boze Daj

New York: March 1918
Columbia E4190 (mx. 84187 – 1)

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HOYER INSTRUMENTAL TRIO: Na Poskok (Jumping Polka)  [Slovenian]

Cleveland, OH: November 30, 1924
Victor 77915 (mx. B 31239 – 1)

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Discographical data are from Dick Spottswood’s Ethnic Music on Records (University of Illinois Press)

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Danse Macabre

Cotidiano e Outras Drogas

Não existe nada mais efêmero que a eternidade. A alegoria e o adereço de estar sempre buscando um caminho eterno de glória e felicidade, visando o melhor para si e outrem é apenas uma maneira de imaginar rosas entre os espinhos.

Mas não que isso traga um tom de desesperança ou amargura, longe disso. O caminho, por si só, é tão divertido quanto difícil. As decisões que separam crianças de adultos devem ser tomadas com toda a carga que possuem. A alquimia que transforma medo em coragem é um segredo tão bem guardado quando fazer chumbo virar ouro, mas ocorre involuntariamente, quando a necessidade se faz presente.

Na busca silenciosa por um trajeto menos sinuoso e tortuoso, tudo influi, como um efeito borboleta. Muitas vezes, entretanto, mariposas se mostram borboletas no caminho, teimando em rodear a luz alheia, se alimentando da sinalização, para se manter em evidência e fatalmente queimando as asas…

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Jana Euler at Bonner Kunstverein (Contemporary Art Daily)

Contemporary Art Daily. A Daily Journal of International Exhibitions. | Artist: Jana Euler Venue: Bonner Kunstverein, Bonn Exhibition Title: Where The Energy Comes From Date: December 6, 2014 – February 22, 2015 Click

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