A day in the good life.

Work like a Captain - Play like a pirate

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Away I shall go.

I know I (tried) to leave tumblr a while ago, but this time it’s different. I don’t know if it’s who I follow or the culture of the site, but I’m just tired of all the negative vibes. I’m tired of people bashing people, shaming people, and ignorant people and their signal boosts. Seriously this website has two tones, Pretentious asshole and ignorant followers. 

I don’t think I’ll be back this time. 

It’s been good. 

It was good at one point. 

Good Day. 

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a restaurant in my hometown got a review that said the servers should “show some skin” so the owner added a potato skin special to the menu and all the proceeds from the special go to the west virginia foundation for rape information services (x)

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The Parkians

I currently live in the town of Malmö, located in Sweden’s southernmost province: Skåne. When I moved here, I was surprised to discover that Skåne harbors an amazing secret:

In most green areas in Skåne, you can find these tiny litle settlements, inhabited by a species of micro-people. These little people go by many different names throughout Skåne; In Malmö they are referred to as “The Parkians”, since they are mainly found in the towns beautiful vast parks.

The best place to look for a Parkian settlements is in old tree-stumps, preferably a couple of paces away from paths heavily trafficked by humans. The tree-stumps provide the Parkians with good building material, and also tends to give them a good vantage point to command the landscape from. Their constructions vary vastly in size - from small family farms to sprawling towns and cities. Apart from tree-stumps, Parkian dwellings can also be found in the cracks between rocks, on the shore of a calm pond, or even in an abandoned anthill.

Even in the age of the internet, the story of the Parkians still remain one of the world’s great untold stories. I think it’s time to share this amazing story with you guys, so I took my camera on a stroll to take some pictures. Here you go!

( The topmost photo was taken by my friend and co-worker Lars Vincent )

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