sirdudleyy:

Dudley’s facial expressions from the trick “come close.”

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awwww-cute:

Moment of bravery at the vet

awwww-cute:

Moment of bravery at the vet

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princessbrat7:

It wasn’t an error. All of those people were advertising false weight lost products to their follower base for money. They were using their target audience of insecure teenagers to sell weight lost pills so they can get a few extra bucks.

princessbrat7:

It wasn’t an error. All of those people were advertising false weight lost products to their follower base for money. They were using their target audience of insecure teenagers to sell weight lost pills so they can get a few extra bucks.

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silenceofthevoid:

thisismyplacetobe:

A ‘Ring of Fire’ solar eclipse is a rare phenomenon that occurs when the moon’s orbit is at its apogee: the part of its orbit farthest away from the Earth. Because the moon is so far away, it seems smaller than normal to the human eye. The result is that the moon doesn’t entirely block out our view of the sun, but leaves an “annulus,” or ring of sunlight glowing around it. Hence the term  “annular” eclipse rather than a “total” eclipse.

I’m in complete awe.

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"Falling in love is not the only adventure worthy of a young woman."

— Caitlin Stasey (via bbrian4)

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terahertz:

panzerbjoern:

ruinedchildhood:

when the teacher keep teaching after the bell has already rang 

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When you little shits didn’t shut the fuck up so I can do my fucking job and now we both have to stay longer

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jewsee-medicalstudent:

A child is born.
Swedish photographer Lennart Nilsson spent 12 years of his life taking pictures of the foetus developing in the womb. These incredible photographs were taken with conventional cameras with macro lenses, an endoscope and scanning electron microscope. Nilsson used a magnification of hundreds of thousands and “worked” right in the womb.
He published is work as a book, A child is born, in 1965 and it consists of photographs charting the development of the human embryo and fetus from conception to birth. Photographs are accompanied by text, written by doctors, describing prenatal development and offering advice on antenatal care.
This picture shows a foetus of 16 weeks. The skeleton consists mainly of flexible cartridge and a network of blood vessels is visible through the thin skin.

jewsee-medicalstudent:

A child is born.

Swedish photographer Lennart Nilsson spent 12 years of his life taking pictures of the foetus developing in the womb. These incredible photographs were taken with conventional cameras with macro lenses, an endoscope and scanning electron microscope. Nilsson used a magnification of hundreds of thousands and “worked” right in the womb.

He published is work as a book, A child is born, in 1965 and it consists of photographs charting the development of the human embryo and fetus from conception to birth. Photographs are accompanied by text, written by doctors, describing prenatal development and offering advice on antenatal care.

This picture shows a foetus of 16 weeks. The skeleton consists mainly of flexible cartridge and a network of blood vessels is visible through the thin skin.

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"I really burnt my penis putting that hot gun back in my pants after that. That put me out of commission for at least ten days." - Charlie Hunnam, 2x13 commentary.

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stunningpicture:

Creative kid. More creative mom.

stunningpicture:

Creative kid. More creative mom.

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