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Bridget: “Is that the hat you wore today?”

Sam: “Yes.”

Bridget: “It doesn’t go with your t-shirt.”

Sam: *Laughs*“You’re in a mood today.”

Bridget: “I know. I’m in the mood for a fight. I haven’t had one for a while. It’s been weeks.”

Sam: “You won’t get it off me.”

Bridget: “Oh please. Just a little fight over something stupid?”

Sam: “No.”

Bridget: “Fine. Cigarette?”

Sam: “Sure.” 


Really loving this. Seen on FFFFound.

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Concrete Cabinet by Jean Willoughby

A cabinet showcasing two materials and their raw qualities juxtaposed against one another. The combination of wood and concrete always seems to turn out nicely. Something about the organic quality of the wood goes well with the industrial condition of the concrete (as an architect would probably say).

…but how do you open it?