fodder

fod·der (fŏd’ər)
n.
  1. Feed for livestock
  2. Raw material, as for artistic creation.
  3. A consumable item or resource that is in demand and usually abundant supply

 

 

ORIGIN Old English fodor, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch voeder and German Futter, also to FOOD

 

 

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tether = my own work + more words

 

schuhtutehemd:

Clyde SS13 hat  (get some Clyde of your own here)

I need a new garden hat.

schuhtutehemd:

Clyde SS13 hat  (get some Clyde of your own here)

I need a new garden hat.

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Metropolis Film Poster by Werner Graul (1927) (via)

Metropolis Film Poster by Werner Graul (1927) (via)

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planetaryfolklore:

obsessedbythegrid: Cary Smith, Untitled, 2009.

planetaryfolklore:

obsessedbythegrid: Cary Smith, Untitled, 2009.

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