Things That Are Awesome, Vol. 32

(Image via Vanity Fair)

The weekly roundup of internet awesomeness:

  1. These hand-painted walls are stunning. I wish I could do something like that!
  2. Friends is probably the defining show of my pop culture life thus far – so, naturally, I found this story about how it came to be fascinating.
  3. Hands down, the best collection of Draw Something sketches ever – Ignore Hitler. So good.
  4. As someone with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and a blog, this post resonated with me: Being “Camera-Ready.” I especially loved this: “How does one advise someone to put down the camera phone for a while and just enjoy the moment? To stop waiting for that imaginary audience’s approval?”
  5. I do not particularly care for Simon Cowell, but this is adorable: Maude Apatow (daughter of Judd) interviews him. Awww!
  6. 27 Yoga Positions Demonstrated by Animals. So adorable!
  7. I love that, within like an hour of the news breaking, this tumblr had already popped up: When Obama Endorsed Marriage Equality. Oh, internet. You are awesome.
  8. Pretty sure I’ve mentioned it before, but Diane von Furstenberg is definitely one of my favorite people, ever. Her collaboration with the Gap is wonderful. I love what she says in the commercial: “To empower a little girl is to empower the woman she will become.”
  9. Everything I Need to Know, I Learned from When Harry Met Sally. Fun fact: this is perhaps my all-time favorite movie. And this article is straight up truth.
  10. I absolutely love this: Ideal Bookshelf. The artist paints a picture of your very favorite books, aka your ideal bookshelf. I totally want to buy one of these one day! And I’m already thinking about what books I’d put on it…

And in case you missed it: Check out the Awesome Archives.

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