"The best kiss is the one that has been exchanged a thousand times between the eyes before it reaches the lips."
Hide n seek lol
Lmao too funny
I love this! LOL!
Oh this makes me wanna get off work and go get my baby so we can play!
"If I can’t see them they can’t see me"
This makes me want to go through the very painful process of getting a human out of my tiny vagina hole
Pocket Printer by Zuta Labs
Not only a portable design, but able to print on any size page.
Ten pictures that will make you love advertising
This right here is what advertising should be. Not sexualizing men and women. Just clever little things like this.
(ESA) Earth from Space - The Bangladesh coastline seen by Envisat
A colourful view of the Bangladesh coastline seen by Envisat’s Medium Resolution Imaging Spectrometer (MERIS). The image was acquired on 8 November 2003 in Full Resolution mode, providing a spatial resolution of 300 metres and covering approximately 633 km by 630 km.
"So called ‘late-bloomers’ get a bad rap. Sometimes the people with the greatest potential often take the longest to find their path because their sensitivity is a double edged sword- it lives at the heart of their brilliance, but it also makes them more susceptible to life’s pains. Good thing we aren’t being penalized for handing in our purpose late. The soul doesn’t know a thing about deadlines."
Jeff Brown (via mishproductions)
Tea history in Bangladesh
Tea was introduced into Bangladesh through British settlement. The tea gardens were first established in Chittagong and later in Sylhet, where the hilly landscape was perfect for cultivation. After liberation, locals took initiative in tea export. During this time, Bangladeshi tea exports were in great global demand. A clever initiative by India bought these exports at high prices which they sold at cheap globally to establish product. After this, India lowered the price at which they were willing to import Bangladeshi tea. Limited acknowledgement of Bangladesh as a tea exporter has seen a drop in demand for Bangladeshi exports, which in 2002 were the 9th largest tea exporters, to now presenting minimal competition on the global market.