Photos of Cillian Murphy as Scarecrow from Batman Begins: The Official Movie Guide

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THE IDLER: How to do nothing - Kinfolk

In HK, we call doing nothing ‘hea’. Pronounced as /hɛ/ with the dark departing tone.

ohfuckyeahcillianmurphy:

Cillian Murphy photographed by Francois Berthier at the Berlin Film Festival, February 2014

ohfuckyeahcillianmurphy:

Happy Earth Day! It was a gorgeous spring day on this side of the world so I loaded Cillian’s Fractured Air ‘Seeing Things’ mixtape on my ipod and took a long walk and trees are in bloom and flowers everywhere and the mixtape is brilliant and the whole thing made me think of these trippy photos from a photoshoot Cillian did for VMan magazine in 2005.

So the point of this ramble is that if you haven’t yet listened to his new mixtape, do. The National, Flaming Lips, Arthur Russell, Kevin Drew, Neil Young… It’s really good!

[listen]|[download]

theworldofchinese:


Chinese Internet Slang Joing English (slang)
Language is a big, beautiful, bastard thing, never more so than when it deals in slang. In recent years, the internet has becomes an indispensable part of people’s lives and internet slang is now all the rage in the modern day. Numerous slang emerges in China too, of course. Usually, the spread of one specific nibble of slang is linked to whatever bit of news is the gossip at that particular moment in time, often going viral on the internet. Recently, several Chinese internet slang phrases have made it to the UrbanDictionary.com, leading their way into the English-speaking world. Here are some examples of Chinese internet slang to get on to Urbandictionary:
Continue reading here…

theworldofchinese:

Chinese Internet Slang Joing English (slang)

Language is a big, beautiful, bastard thing, never more so than when it deals in slang. In recent years, the internet has becomes an indispensable part of people’s lives and internet slang is now all the rage in the modern day. Numerous slang emerges in China too, of course. Usually, the spread of one specific nibble of slang is linked to whatever bit of news is the gossip at that particular moment in time, often going viral on the internet. Recently, several Chinese internet slang phrases have made it to the UrbanDictionary.com, leading their way into the English-speaking world. Here are some examples of Chinese internet slang to get on to Urbandictionary:

Continue reading here…

ohfuckyeahcillianmurphy:

Cillian Murphy by Vassilis Karidis for So It Goes magazine. A sneak peek at Issue 3 out next week. (X)

ohfuckyeahcillianmurphy:

Cillian Murphy by Vassilis Karidis for So It Goes magazine. A sneak peek at Issue 3 out next week. (X)