2. AFI-selected movie quotes


  3. swoon. one day i will own this. #dreamthencraftit


  4. All day I dream about Pendleton. #etsyisforlovers


  5. go sawx

    (Source: adrian-tomine.com)


  6. asian moms for the win



  8. THE INVENTOR OF DORITOS, a longtime Madison Avenue executive named Arch West, first envisioned this snack in 1964 as more than a golden-hued chip. He saw it as a marketing powerhouse, a vehicle for delivering endless varieties of new flavors.

    But none of the formulations would surpass one of the earliest: Nacho Cheese. This is the irresistible taste — with its coppery, finger-staining dust — that sent Doritos into the processed food hall of fame, and more recently into a partnership with Taco Bell. The resulting Doritos Locos Taco sold at the rate of one million a day when it was released in 2012, and now ranks as the most successful item on Taco Bell’s menu.

    “What these are trying to do is excite every stinking taste bud receptor you have in your mouth,” said Steven A. Witherly, a food scientist who wrote “Why Humans Like Junk Food,” an insider’s guide to the psychobiology of those cravings. I visited Mr. Witherly at his home near Los Angeles, where we raided his lab to do some tasting and experiments in search of what makes the chips and the taco so alluring.

    Graphic: The Nacho Dorito


  9. Austin visit: Antique stores, cowboy boots, hot weather and discovering texas toast.


  10. Children and volunteers help make a 120-metre long (393 ft.) roll sushi to serve local people at an event in Tokyo on August 27, 2013. Hundreds of children and volunteers made the long roll sushi at an annual summer festival.