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Just Really: snatti: Just really wanted to paint a sunset and relax a bit after work
Just Really: snatti:


Just really wanted to paint a sunset and relax a bit after work

snatti: Just really wanted to paint a sunset and relax a bit after work

Just Really: Sometimes you just really need this kind of days
Just Really: Sometimes you just really need this kind of days

Sometimes you just really need this kind of days

Just Really: I thought I was clever. Now I think I’m just really, REALLY, bored.
Just Really: I thought I was clever. Now I think I’m just really, REALLY, bored.

I thought I was clever. Now I think I’m just really, REALLY, bored.

Just Really: jumpingjacktrash: avatar-dacia: thisisarebeljyn: fearwax: scootsenshi: 24-sa3t: comradeonion: powerofthestruggle: Man eating rice, China, 1901-1904 this is an extremely important picture Ive never seen someone from 1904 having fun omg He has a nice face No but the history behind this picture is really interesting The reason that everyone always looked miserable in old photos wasn’t that they took too long to take. Once photography became widespread it took only seconds to take a picture. It was because getting your photo taken was treated the same as getting your portrait painted. A very serious occasion meant so thst your descendants would know that ypu existed and what you looked like. But one time some British dudes went to china to go on an anthropological expedition, and they met some rural Chinese farmers and decided to take their pictures. Now, these people weren’t exposed to the weird culture of the time around getting your photo taken, so this guy just flashed a big grin during the photo because he was told to strike a pose and that’s the pose he wanted to strike. I think painted portraits and old photos give us the idea that in general people were just really unhappy because those are the visuals we have. This is so refreshing. Hey, look; “Man Laughing Alone With Rice” is back on my dash. always reblog Happy Rice Guy. once upon a time, he really enjoyed his lunch, and that’s beautiful.
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Man eating rice, China, 1901-1904

this is an extremely important picture

Ive never seen someone from 1904 having fun omg

He has a nice face

No but the history behind this picture is really interesting
The reason that everyone always looked miserable in old photos wasn’t that they took too long to take. Once photography became widespread it took only seconds to take a picture.
It was because getting your photo taken was treated the same as getting your portrait painted. A very serious occasion meant so thst your descendants would know that ypu existed and what you looked like.
But one time some British dudes went to china to go on an anthropological expedition, and they met some rural Chinese farmers and decided to take their pictures. Now, these people weren’t exposed to the weird culture of the time around getting your photo taken, so this guy just flashed a big grin during the photo because he was told to strike a pose and that’s the pose he wanted to strike.


I think painted portraits and old photos give us the idea that in general people were just really unhappy because those are the visuals we have. This is so refreshing.

Hey, look; “Man Laughing Alone With Rice” is back on my dash.

always reblog Happy Rice Guy. once upon a time, he really enjoyed his lunch, and that’s beautiful.

jumpingjacktrash: avatar-dacia: thisisarebeljyn: fearwax: scootsenshi: 24-sa3t: comradeonion: powerofthestruggle: Man eating rice,...

Just Really: justaheartbrokenfangirl I had this girl in my class and she was considered to be like really dumb. She'd ask a ton of doubts and questions in class, which everybody would consider t be "stupid"and "silly and even the teachers would often taunt her but she'd never stop asking. But the thing was that she'd almost always top the class examinations and everyone was like???? They all thought she was cheating and stuff and obviously even the teachers were very biased because she wasn't so smart in class, and she was regularly accused of cheating. But nobody could prove that she was actually cheating but the whole class and teachers totally believed that she did. I'm pretty socially awkward so I never really talked to her, but she was leaving school this year and I was genuinely curious about how she was so good during exams and how she didn't let everyone's remarks affect her She always used to sit and hang out with only one girl, and she told me that that friend of hers was severely socially anxious and she'd lag in studies because she couldn't bring herself to ask doubts in class or ask for help from others. So they had this system where during lectures her friend would write down any question she had, and she would ask them for her. And I was just so touched??? Idk but it really changed the way I looked at people?? This girl endured taunts and jeers and borderline bullying for being "stupid" when she was actually really smart and couid easily have refused to ask such doubts for her friend but she did?? And brushed off everything others would throw at her for her friend?? I was just, idk it just really changed me in some way. This is what a true friendship looks like via /r/wholesomememes https://ift.tt/2MmprvI
Just Really: justaheartbrokenfangirl
 I had this girl in my class and she was considered to be like really dumb. She'd
 ask a ton of doubts and questions in class, which everybody would consider t
 be "stupid"and "silly and even the teachers would often taunt her but she'd
 never stop asking. But the thing was that she'd almost always top the class
 examinations and everyone was like???? They all thought she was cheating
 and stuff and obviously even the teachers were very biased because she
 wasn't so smart in class, and she was regularly accused of cheating. But
 nobody could prove that she was actually cheating but the whole class and
 teachers totally believed that she did. I'm pretty socially awkward so I never
 really talked to her, but she was leaving school this year and I was genuinely
 curious about how she was so good during exams and how she didn't let
 everyone's remarks affect her She always used to sit and hang out with only
 one girl, and she told me that that friend of hers was severely socially anxious
 and she'd lag in studies because she couldn't bring herself to ask doubts in
 class or ask for help from others. So they had this system where during
 lectures her friend would write down any question she had, and she would ask
 them for her. And I was just so touched??? Idk but it really changed the way I
 looked at people?? This girl endured taunts and jeers and borderline bullying
 for being "stupid" when she was actually really smart and couid easily have
 refused to ask such doubts for her friend but she did?? And brushed off
 everything others would throw at her for her friend?? I was just, idk it just really
 changed me in some way.
This is what a true friendship looks like via /r/wholesomememes https://ift.tt/2MmprvI

This is what a true friendship looks like via /r/wholesomememes https://ift.tt/2MmprvI