Footpath leading towards Great End at dusk, Cumbria, England by stewyphoto
Have you ever puzzled, pondered, wondered, ruminated, or cogitated upon the history of the particularly picturesque Arlington Row cottages in Bibury, Gloucestershire? No? Well I will tell you anyway. These stone cottages were originally constructed in 1380 as a monastic wool store, and converted into a row of weavers’ cottages in the seventeenth century. They now comprise the most photographed set of houses in the Cotswold area of England.(Bobrad on flickr)
I promise you, before I die
I’ll surely come to your doorstep.
"[In Masters and Johnson’s sex studies], partners were matched randomly (if you still think that sounds awesome, the next time you’re in line at Burger King, imagine getting randomly matched up for sex with any one of the people around you). Oh, by the way, the subjects ranged in age from 18 to 89. … We’re not knocking the work Masters and Johnson did—it was absolutely revolutionary and totally changed the way the modern world thinks about sex. We’re just saying it wasn’t the erotic carnival of flesh the subjects probably had in mind upon entering a sex laboratory." #CrackedClassic