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June 18 2017

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June 15 2017

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Anna Gosławska-Lipińska (Ha-Ga), 1961
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June 04 2017

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An unbearably cute little Girl shows off her pet toad at the Animal Show in Venice Beach, Ca. c.1936
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June 03 2017

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Brak wymiany emocjonalnej z domownikami, brak inspiracji kulturalnych, głupie seriale, a potem ktoś się dziwi, że leży z ciężką depresją.
— Danuta Golec, psycholog - "Psychologia bez tajemnic. Nuda. W co się bawić?" [w:] "Wysokie obcasy"

May 27 2017

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May 13 2017

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con-ti:

A visual metaphor for falling in love.

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May 11 2017

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Warszawa, maj 2017
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May 07 2017

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Gdzie te czasy, kiedy pułkownik Wieniawa-Długoszowski przesłał znajomej damie bukiet kwiatów, a w załączonym liściku napisał: „Szanowna Pani! Zeszłej nocy śniła mi się Pani w taki sposób, że poczułem się zobowiązany".
— Piotr C. "BRUD"

April 17 2017

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March 25 2017

People live together for years, they sleep pressed up against each other; a mingling of dreams, a mingling of sweat. They tell each other everything, give each other everything. They take on each other’s habits, each other’s ways of looking at things, ways of talking, even aspects of appearance. In every sense of the word, they belong to each other from top to toe. And then suddenly they leave each other, they tear apart. How do they do it? How do they bring themselves to it?
—  Alphonse Daudet, Sapho
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