the plants name is called “makahiya” and hiya in tagalog means “shy”.
whenever you touch the plants leaves, they immediately fold up together looking as if its really shy hence the name.
Ga In’s butt HOT
Thrillist’s “Surprisingly delicious sauces you never knew existed”
Posting because banana ketchup
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Photograph by Jeanloup Sieff from Harper’s Bazaar, October 1969:
“1929: Days of the boater, the blazer and the beautiful young man. White was the rage. That year Harper’s Bazaar said, ‘White, of course, we always have with us.’ We still have. In Deauville and on the Cap d’Antibes, beach pajamas were the thing. Now trousers go everywhere. Ken Scott’s white crêpe trouser suit, single breasted over wide pants with turn-ups”
Daisy Earles - “Freaks” (1932)
Thank you,Vintage editors - this is my original.
Children pretend to be nurses in the ruins of a bombed London, WWII.
I am not like
burning in hell.
the hell of