likeafieldmouse:

G. Hetzel - Cave Point (2014)

likeafieldmouse:

G. Hetzel - Cave Point (2014)

earthal:

THE CUTEST THING IS WHEN SOMEONE CAN’T STOP SMILING LIKE THEY SMILE THEN THEY TRY TO NOT SMILE THEN THEY END UP SMILING MORE AND THEIR CHEEKS GO ALL CUTE AND SAPOIDSP[DOSADPSA[]PS[]DSAPD[]SAP

(via breakdancin)

violinvirtuoso:

I’ve recently decided to freeze myself to -273℃. My friends think I’ll die, but I’ll be 0K.

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date:

Reblog if your legs are crossed and/or your left hand is touching your face… 

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wtfhistory:

beepony:

artekka:

fapoleon-bonerparte:

I was doing research on Napoleon when I found it again

My favorite picture of him

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“Try to beat me THIS time, Russia!!!”

I just laughed out loud at this for 5 minutes

Winter is coming.

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lareinesoleil:

For Halloween this year target wants to give people heart attacks.

(via narwhalqueens)

gerward:

when someone barge in u room as u singin n dancin

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(Source : gerward, via carry-on-my-wayward-assbuttt)

dagger-of-loki:

Reblog this, name a color and I’ll write your URL down… (only if you reblog)

Carmine red

dagger-of-loki:

Reblog this, name a color and I’ll write your URL down… (only if you reblog)

Carmine red

morgangamgee:

you know what I think is weird? people always excitedly ask me where I’m from when they hear me talk, but once I tell them it’s a speech impediment they get all solemn and tell me they’re sorry. like what? it was cute and cool when you thought it was an accent, but now that you know it’s a speech impediment suddenly it becomes awkward and displeasing? what kind of mess is that?

(via didistutterproject)

historical-nonfiction:

In 1905, Norway held a referendum on dissolving their union with Sweden. 99.95% voted yes — just 184 voted no 

(Source : Wikipedia)

“Honour has fallen on hard times in our culture.”

Danny Silk (via tru-sta)