Video 26 Jul 56,740 notes

rob ford is so weird. 

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Text 26 Jul 51,185 notes

youve-been-daft-punkd:

commit-seppuku-konoyaro:

fabflyingfox:

johntgonzales:

crocketingsolly:

johntgonzales:

trying to turn my lil bro into a furry. any tips?

"I can help"

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this means something. right?

[LOUD ANGRY YELLING]

this fucking fandom has the most painful jokes ever

[PUNCHES A WINDOW]

there’s this kid in my class called edward

and i call on him a lot, but the thing he doesn’t know is that when i’m doing it i’m like 

ed-wa-do

Video 26 Jul 7,360 notes

chrisprattawesomesource:

Chris Pratt is actually the nicest most humble celebrity in the world. Fact.

Photo 26 Jul 6,370 notes thisisaslongas:

bnprime:

ultrafacts:

 Want more facts? Why not follow Ultrafacts

every place (well, latitude) on earth gets the same number of hours of sunlight over the course of the year. 
ever wonder why the arctic doesn’t get as hot when the sun is up 24hrs/day as it gets cold when the sun is down 24 hrs/day?

Water. High heat capacity, high latent heat of fusion, below a certain global temperature it keeps them chilly in summer… That’s my instant’s guess anyway, supported by evidence that during the …Cretaceous? there were palm trees at the poles, which would indicate that above a certain global temperature water kept them warm in winter.

yeah, i don’t disagree, year to year, that the flux of energy might total to be zero, so each year will have the same average temperature as the year before it.
but there’s a little circular reasoning there. how did it get so cold?
i had dinner with my friend catherine the planetary astronomer the other day. she didn’t know either, but guessed that it was because even though the cold regions might get the same amount of sunlight over a year,  the sun is really low on the horizon most of the time… so less light hits the ground.
it sounds like the right explanation to me.

thisisaslongas:

bnprime:

ultrafacts:

 Want more facts? Why not follow Ultrafacts

every place (well, latitude) on earth gets the same number of hours of sunlight over the course of the year. 

ever wonder why the arctic doesn’t get as hot when the sun is up 24hrs/day as it gets cold when the sun is down 24 hrs/day?

Water. High heat capacity, high latent heat of fusion, below a certain global temperature it keeps them chilly in summer… That’s my instant’s guess anyway, supported by evidence that during the …Cretaceous? there were palm trees at the poles, which would indicate that above a certain global temperature water kept them warm in winter.

yeah, i don’t disagree, year to year, that the flux of energy might total to be zero, so each year will have the same average temperature as the year before it.

but there’s a little circular reasoning there. how did it get so cold?

i had dinner with my friend catherine the planetary astronomer the other day. she didn’t know either, but guessed that it was because even though the cold regions might get the same amount of sunlight over a year,  the sun is really low on the horizon most of the time… so less light hits the ground.

it sounds like the right explanation to me.

Video 26 Jul 5,814 notes

octoberwaffle:

I got bored at work.

Video 26 Jul 172,730 notes

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Text 26 Jul 390,452 notes

caseyanthonyofficial:

I just invented a new word:

Plagiarism

Video 26 Jul 339,486 notes

teamfreekickass:

i am going to regret this

listen people.

they make bigger condoms which a person can buy at the grocery store and pharmacy. 

via .
Video 26 Jul 42,113 notes

uusui:

c0rnmuffins:

uusui:

emma-relille-tunger:

uusui:

iceland is scary

are those giant marshmallows

we icelandic people harvest marshmallows, its the only thing that keeps us alive and healthy, every full moon the icelandic marshmallow god demands tons of giant marshmallows to be made in his honor, later these marshmallows gained its own consciousness and has been roaming around icelandic farms since then, so whenever you drive around iceland you will see these mysterious giant marshmallows in their natural habitat

Seriously though what the fuck are those

we icelandic people harvest marshmallows, its the only thing that keeps us alive and healthy, every full moon the icelandic marshmallow god demands tons of giant marshmallows to be made in his honor, later these marshmallows gained its own consciousness and has been roaming around icelandic farms since then, so whenever you drive around iceland you will see these mysterious giant marshmallows in their natural habitat

Video 26 Jul 180,141 notes

you-cant-take-the-sky-from-me:

thegirlwiththethornonherside:

aaaaaaawwwwww

So, that’s what Days of Future Past is about.

(Source: christopherjonesart)

Photo 26 Jul 145 notes tori-wynn:

Bunny love

tori-wynn:

Bunny love

via Tori Wynn.
Text 26 Jul 78,355 notes

methimatics:

me at school

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Photo 26 Jul 6,370 notes ultrafacts:

 Want more facts? Why not follow Ultrafacts

every place (well, latitude) on earth gets the same number of hours of sunlight over the course of the year. 
ever wonder why the arctic doesn’t get as hot when the sun is up 24hrs/day as it gets cold when the sun is down 24 hrs/day?

ultrafacts:

 Want more facts? Why not follow Ultrafacts

every place (well, latitude) on earth gets the same number of hours of sunlight over the course of the year. 

ever wonder why the arctic doesn’t get as hot when the sun is up 24hrs/day as it gets cold when the sun is down 24 hrs/day?

Video 25 Jul 416,051 notes

engrprof:

bnprime:

neoliberalismkills:

a man who gets what he wants out of life

where do you go to get a baby duck?

Farm supply store

YOU CAN BUY DUCKS ONLINE.

(Source: charlieseesmore)

via Stuff.
Video 25 Jul 163,111 notes

mrfozzilla:

brbbl00dbending:

One of the few times where Iroh is blunt as hell

Iroh was the best man


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