Nowhere woman

mermaidmagillsusieskittle:

stupidsheets:

mermaidmagillsusieskittle:

magneito:

mY FAVORITE THING IS HEIGHT DIFFERENCE SHIPS WHERE THE SHORT ONE IS A LITTLE CONDENSED BALL OF PURE RAGE AND THE TALL ONE IS SUPER NICE AND NERVOUS AND ALWAYS HAVING TO APOLOGIZE FOR THE SHORTER ONE 

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YES

THIS WAS THE FIRST THING THAT POPPED TO MY MIND. I LAUGHED SO HARD!

478,481 plays

highlyfunctioning-fangirl:

carry-on-wayward-fallen-angel:

my-haunting-complications:

do-you-hear-the-people-blog:

breakyourprettywings:

crowley-:

mercuriandream:

wendigos:

DEAN THIS IS A VERY SERIOUS INVESTIGATION

WE DON’T HAVE TIME FOR ANY OF YOUR BLAHBLAHBLAH BLAH BLAHBLAH BLAHBLAHBLAHBLAH

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Yes, this is actually from a real episode.

it is indeed. i remember it well.

you can’t be fucking serious

absolutely serious

theres a reason no one thinks our show is real…

tall tales I believe

thefrogman:

Photos by Kimberly Tamkun/USFWS

medievalvisions:

Latgalian costume and silver accessories.

medievalvisions:

Latgalian costume and silver accessories.

mediterraneum:

Giza, Egypt.

mediterraneum:

Giza, Egypt.

campdracula5eva:

lglights-is-hiding:

deerhoof:

the future is here and it’s horrible

apoetreflects:

Painting: Ernest Parton, The Waning of the Year, 1879
Oil on canvas, 1816 x 1308 mm.

apoetreflects:

Painting: Ernest Parton, The Waning of the Year, 1879

Oil on canvas, 1816 x 1308 mm.

kawaiipeculier:

kawaiipeculier:

excuse me officer, but i believe i have the constitutional right

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TO BEAR ARMS

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easy-to-ignore:

Ida Rentoul Outhwaite - The Little Witch (1916)

easy-to-ignore:

Ida Rentoul Outhwaite - The Little Witch (1916)


Crépuscule Hermann Linck1904

Crépuscule
Hermann Linck
1904

breefolk:

sea-snakes:

ofleaves:

lord-kitschener:

dbvictoria:

7-week old pallas kittens

Click the link.  There is video.  You will die from the cute.

little baby hatefluffs

sea-snakes WHOOP WHOOP PALLAS ALERT

LOOK AT THEIR FUZZY LITTLE FEET THOUGH

The mama Pallas cat looks so frustrated xD

lamus-dworski:

Muzeum Lalek - Museum of Dolls in Pilzno (with an open-air branch in Lipiny), Poland. Sources of pictures: [1,2,3]