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To me there is nothing more peaceful than the wild sea on a stormy day | Fawn DeViney 
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To me there is nothing more peaceful than the wild sea on a stormy day | Fawn DeViney 

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topgear:

First drive: the Citroen C4 Cactus


A Cactus. Can it survive hostile environments thanks to its soft waxy skin?
Yup, the C4 Cactus has a unique solution to the biffs of hard urban life. The outside is bubble-wrapped. Or more precisely it has ‘Airbumps’, oval pads of air embedded in sheets of a soft but high-tech and durable plastic. If an errant supermarket trolley or the door of the adjacent car nerfs the side of the Cactus, it will simply bounce off.
And a Cactus can survive on very little fluid? 
Indeed. There’s a diesel that rates at better than 90mpg. Even this handy turbo petrol one manages better than 60, for 105g/km. That’s partly because of newly developed engines, but also because it’s sensationally light – some models under a tonne. And the turbo I’m driving only 1020kg. It weighs less than a Fiesta, but is the size of a Focus.

Very admirable I’m sure. But this isn’t the Consumers’ Association site. You’re not making it sound like much of a Top Gear kinda car.
Then look at it. This is a beautiful piece of true design, wrapping function and desirability into a distinctive form. It cannily marries straight lines with pure curves in a modern but probably dateless way. It’s instantly recognisable from a distance, but it bears close inspection too. And refreshingly, it’s not at all aggressive. Not sure why they sell this My First Caterpillar shade of toy yellow, because that’s the wrong colour. You can get the Airbumps in four shades too, so you’ll seldom see two the same. [x]
Jun 25, 2014 / 173 notes

topgear:

First drive: the Citroen C4 Cactus

A Cactus. Can it survive hostile environments thanks to its soft waxy skin?

Yup, the C4 Cactus has a unique solution to the biffs of hard urban life. The outside is bubble-wrapped. Or more precisely it has ‘Airbumps’, oval pads of air embedded in sheets of a soft but high-tech and durable plastic. If an errant supermarket trolley or the door of the adjacent car nerfs the side of the Cactus, it will simply bounce off.

And a Cactus can survive on very little fluid? 

Indeed. There’s a diesel that rates at better than 90mpg. Even this handy turbo petrol one manages better than 60, for 105g/km. That’s partly because of newly developed engines, but also because it’s sensationally light – some models under a tonne. And the turbo I’m driving only 1020kg. It weighs less than a Fiesta, but is the size of a Focus.

Very admirable I’m sure. But this isn’t the Consumers’ Association site. You’re not making it sound like much of a Top Gear kinda car.

Then look at it. This is a beautiful piece of true design, wrapping function and desirability into a distinctive form. It cannily marries straight lines with pure curves in a modern but probably dateless way. It’s instantly recognisable from a distance, but it bears close inspection too. And refreshingly, it’s not at all aggressive. Not sure why they sell this My First Caterpillar shade of toy yellow, because that’s the wrong colour. You can get the Airbumps in four shades too, so you’ll seldom see two the same. [x]

Jun 25, 2014 / 10,991 notes

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bonnbirkin:

pretty-young-style:

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It rings too true
Jun 25, 2014 / 108,584 notes

bonnbirkin:

pretty-young-style:

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It rings too true

You still have a lot of time to make yourself be what you want.
S.E. Hinton, The Outsiders  (via antiquedvintage)

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As time goes on, you’ll understand. What lasts, lasts; what doesn’t, doesn’t. Time solves most things. And what time can’t solve, you have to solve yourself.
Haruki Murakami  (via antiquedvintage)

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Coconut Milk Custard | Adventures in Cooking by Eva Kosmas Flores on Flickr.
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Gray Curves
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