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how dare cute italian guys in cute jumpers come to this country and do internships and have nice shoulders and leave freakin’ origami dinosaurs around the office then go back to italy

how dare they 

thefrogman:

HUGE Cartoons [website | facebook | twitter]
[h/t: elguindilla]

thefrogman:

HUGE Cartoons [website | facebook | twitter]

[h/t: elguindilla]

(Source: elguindilla)

lunahorizon:

pile-of-fail:

ivyinspace:

The perfect cuddling couch.

That is not a couch. That is a nest, and I want one.

ugh give me

lunahorizon:

pile-of-fail:

ivyinspace:

The perfect cuddling couch.

That is not a couch. That is a nest, and I want one.

ugh give me

weallheartonedirection:

Scribbled this for my fiance two years ago…and it has only become more true since then.

weallheartonedirection:

Scribbled this for my fiance two years ago…and it has only become more true since then.

mangocianamarch:

survivingwithouthiddles:

encyclopedophile:

postsfromthemrs:

Look!

Guys. It’s adding insult to injury.

Somewhere Tom Hiddleston is shivering with excitement

mangocianamarch:

survivingwithouthiddles:

encyclopedophile:

postsfromthemrs:

Look!

Guys. It’s adding insult to injury.

Somewhere Tom Hiddleston is shivering with excitement

shreks-swamp:

lesb0:

oceandropsandlove:

want

I would sleep in this until I got too old to climb up the ladder dead ass

sweet lord

(Source: aswechoke)

fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

Saturday morning Japan’s Mount Ontake erupted unexpectedly, sending a pyroclastic flow streaming down the mountain. Many, though sadly not all, of the volcano’s hikers and visitors survived the eruption. Pyroclastic flows are fast-moving turbulent and often super-heated clouds filled with ash and poisonous gases. They can reach speeds of 700 kph and temperatures of 1000 degrees C. The usual gases released in a pyroclastic flow are denser than air, causing the cloud to remain near the ground. This is problematic for those trying to escape because the poisonous gases can fill the same low-lying areas in which survivors shelter. Heavy ashfall from the flow can destroy buildings or cause mudslides, and the fine volcanic glass particles in the ash are dangerous to inhale. The sheer power and scale of these geophysical flows is stunning to behold. Those who have witnessed it firsthand and survived are incredibly fortunate. For more on the science and history of Mount Ontake, see this detailed write-up at io9. (Image credits: A. Shimbun, source video; K. Terutoshi, source video; via io9)

(Source: principalvagina)

grumpypedant:

I think a lot of people have trouble understanding transgender issues because they try to see themselves as trans, but come at it from the wrong direction. e. g. a cis woman tries to understand transness by going, “what if I felt like/wanted to be a man” when she should be approaching it as “what if I, a woman, was so easily mistaken for a man that I had to pretend to be one”,

And I think this is something to keep in mind and to explain away when trying to get these matters across to people who’re new to the idea.

saracastically:

tiled transparent fox background, free for your use!just please don’t repost, and link back to me if you’re feeling it c:(terms of use)

saracastically:

tiled transparent fox background, free for your use!
just please don’t repost, and link back to me if you’re feeling it c:
(terms of use)