Tinge (tĭnj) tr.v. : To apply a trace of color to
Tinge (tĭnj) tr.v. : To apply a trace of color to; tint.

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Tinge (tĭnj) tr.v. : To apply a trace of color to
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Popsicle Stick jokes told by Eeyore
via Adweek
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Find the Invisible cow
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Warhol drag selfie
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Haircut want
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I’ve been captivated by this image for awhile of  Evelyn McHale who leapt to her death from the Empire States Building in May 1, 1947 
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Feeling like a tween this Monday
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papermagazine:

Again and again!
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newyorker:

Stacey D’Erasmo argues that, in the course of long artistic careers, women are more likely than men to change form and style, Proteus-like: http://nyr.kr/NTPwA2

“Consider, for instance, the difference in the trajectories of a few pairs of more or less evenly matched leading artists and contemporaries: Joni Mitchell and Neil Young; Toni Morrison and Philip Roth; Roni Horn and Eric Fischl. In each medium—popular music, literature, and visual art, respectively—the woman has broken form, shed a skin, with each phase of her career, whereas the man has returned to ever-deepening iterations of the sound or sentence or imagery with which he began. ”

Illustration by Hannah K. Lee.
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"What I learned in jail is that I can’t change. I can’t live a different lifestyle-this is it. This is the life that they gave and this is the life that I made.
-Tupac Shakur"
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My dead person crush…John Steinbeck