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kick-the-tardis:

spoken-not-written:

helioscentrifuge:

hey kid wanna buy some drugs

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iseefearinyoureyeshuman:

capoutoftime:

thewatsonator:

ghirahim:

so we have a cat staying the weekend at work

I think thats a Tribble

that’s definitely a tribble

Absolutely a tribble - don’t feed it.

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stop-hodoring:

A picture in 365 slices. Each slice is one day of the year.

This is literally one of the best things on the site

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tinyspacebabe:

im going to cry

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natgeofound:

Tuareg goatherds drink tea in their desert shelter at Hassi Izernene, August 1973.
Photograph by Thomas J. Abercrombie, National Geographic

natgeofound:

A student works at the Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts in Jerusalem, 1927.
Photograph by Maynard Owen Williams, National Geographic

natgeofound:

A view of the Taj Mahal on the Jumna River, 1923.
Photograph by Jules Gervais Courtellemont, National Geographic

fororchestra:

Wait, so if I make a left turn here then all of my life’s problems will go away?

ecmajor:

ibelievethesecondpart:

senile-snake:

pipesandsushi:

I don’t even know why I’m laughing so hard

LAUGHING HARDER THAN I SHOULD

When did Luffy start playing soccer

oh my god XD

staceythinx:

Wired UK has assembled images from J Henry Fair’s book The Day After Tomorrow into a chilling slideshow: In Focus: The blue planet’s toxic new colors. Check it out to learn more about the locations pictured and the toxins that are contaminating our environment.

About the book:

The Day After Tomorrow takes readers on a journey to bear witness to the environmental destruction that is currently plaguing our planet; from a forest in West Virginia devastated by mountaintop removal mining, to a region in Florida left in ruins by the phosphate mining industry, J Henry Fair presents hard evidence that our unchecked consumerism is leading the way in the destruction of our planet, one natural resource at a time.

Primarily through the use of aerial photography, Fair captures spellbinding vistas of pools of toxic hog waste, streams of paper mill runoff, and the remains of hollowed-out mountains. These environmental abstractions lure the viewer in with unique asymmetrical shapes and striking colors; however, fascination quickly turns to horror, as the viewer realizes what lurks beneath the surface of the image.

A friend of mine tried Omegle for the first time. He dressed for the occasion and stared into the camera silently. Later, he described it as “an endless procession of penises and instant disconnects.”

animalstalkinginallcaps:

I’M SORRY I KICKED DARREN IN THE FACE FOR CHEATING ON YOU.
I’m sorry I yelled at you for doing it. I was just startled.
HOOF TO GOD, I THINK HE DESERVED IT. YOU’RE A PRINCESS.
I love you, Shelly.
I LOVE YOU TOO.

animalstalkinginallcaps:

I’M SORRY I KICKED DARREN IN THE FACE FOR CHEATING ON YOU.

I’m sorry I yelled at you for doing it. I was just startled.

HOOF TO GOD, I THINK HE DESERVED IT. YOU’RE A PRINCESS.

I love you, Shelly.

I LOVE YOU TOO.