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god-damn-demetria:

theonlyproofthatineed-isyou:

thatothernguyen:

are penguins even real omfg

Theyre so dumb. I want twelve.

That Shakira one killed me :D:D:D

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mommatomycrabcakes:

"LSD causes users to lose weight."

That makes sense. It’s kind of hard to get to the fridge when there’s a dragon guarding it.

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themostcrazyawesome:

sadiefiction:

10000steps:

shiralipkin:

somethingclassysomethingvulgar:

if you live with a cat, you have had this conversation. 

Truth.

i can’t with how accurate this is

I have the same sort of conversation all the dang time.

all the time, everyday

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autosuficiencia:

my ideal body weight is you on top of me.

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gills:

becca stadtlander

gills:

becca stadtlander

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fatwink:

i just asked my mom if we have a home security system and she just said “nope, but we got these” and started flexing her arms

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jtotheizzoe:

Solar Eclipse on Mars
The Curiosity rover captured Mars’ moon Phobos as it traveled in front of the sun on August 20, 2013. The sequence above is taken from photos snapped three seconds apart and spliced into video form.
This sort of eclipse, where the nearer body doesn’t quite cover the sun, is called an annular eclipse, after the Latin word for “ring-shaped”.
These sort of annular astronomical coincidences happen on Earth, too, since our distance from the moon changes throughout each body’s elliptical orbit. Beautiful stuff:

Curiosity is becoming quite the skywatcher. Last month it aimed its camera up and captured Mars’ two moons in one shot!

jtotheizzoe:

Solar Eclipse on Mars

The Curiosity rover captured Mars’ moon Phobos as it traveled in front of the sun on August 20, 2013. The sequence above is taken from photos snapped three seconds apart and spliced into video form.

This sort of eclipse, where the nearer body doesn’t quite cover the sun, is called an annular eclipse, after the Latin word for “ring-shaped”.

These sort of annular astronomical coincidences happen on Earth, too, since our distance from the moon changes throughout each body’s elliptical orbit. Beautiful stuff:

Curiosity is becoming quite the skywatcher. Last month it aimed its camera up and captured Mars’ two moons in one shot!

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therealgingerjedi:

this will never not be funny

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foulmouthedliberty:
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comfortspringstation:

" The further a society drifts from the truth, the more it will hate those who speak it."
George Orwell

comfortspringstation:

" The further a society drifts from the truth, the more it will hate those who speak it."

George Orwell

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tastefullyoffensive:

Displeased Purple Bill Clinton Photoshop Battle [via]

Previously: Spaghetti Hamster Photoshop Battle

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weallareloved:

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