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May 18 2018

brothesdad:

chefpyro:

*enters a maze in a videogame*

*finds the right path on the first try*

*goes back and checks all the wrong paths for secrets*

*gets lost after doing that*

passionpeachy:

inside-us-only-stars:

mrmansand:

the-sunshine-cult:

showerthoughtsofficial:

Music is just wiggling air

don’t do this. don’t do this to me today.

and color is just wiggling light. thanks for coming to my ted talk 

Artists and musicians are just magicians of the wiggle

an artist’s best quality: their wiggles

May 17 2018

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coneycat:

coneycat:

woodelf68:

pulp-ficction:

beefyravioli:

notsograndr:

callmehopeless-notromantic:

d0ugieslizard:

mjolnirss:

alfuhdawg:

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IT’S THE “AGED 27 1/3” BIT THAT MAKES ME CRY WITH LAUGHTER

this kills me!

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They actually did it, too.

this is the most adorable thing i’ve seen in my life

I guess you can say that 3 year old was “spot on”

this post has nothing to do with my blog but I love this so much and I had to share

I could see it being called Leopard Bread, too. But Giraffe is even better.

Customer service done right.

Okay– so the picture of the bread made me wonder whether the name change stuck, so I Googled “sainsbury’s giraffe bread” and found not only numerous references to “Giraffe (Tiger) Bread” from the Sainsbury’s Web site, but also this followup story on the change from the BBC:

Tiger Bread renamed Giraffe Bread

By the time the BBC story was written, however, customer manager Chris King, aged 27 1/3, was no longer employed at Sainsbury’s. Apparently he’d left the company to go study to be a primary-school teacher. Perfect.

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wessasaurus-rex:

sean3116:

Lost in the cracks of my house’s front porch over a decade ago and unearthed today by a construction project, this “Ancient Mew” card now fully looks the part. Now 22 years old, I am very pleased to have it returned to me, since I thought it lost forever all those years back.

I feel like Lawrence III at the end of the movie, picking this thing out of the rubble.

DUDE THAT’S AMAZING

passionpeachy:

inside-us-only-stars:

mrmansand:

the-sunshine-cult:

showerthoughtsofficial:

Music is just wiggling air

don’t do this. don’t do this to me today.

and color is just wiggling light. thanks for coming to my ted talk 

Artists and musicians are just magicians of the wiggle

an artist’s best quality: their wiggles

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theautobiographicalapprentice:

This is what invasive thoughts look like

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b-tandoodlez:

I just found a random picture of Chris Hemsworth and I really had to redraw the pose lkdshfamfnldgnldfgdlk

CUE MUSIC

I’ve figured out where Steven Universe takes place!

matt-the-marxist:

doodles23:

As we know, the show takes place in Beach City. So I was determied to figure out where exactally that is!
My first clue was from the episode “Keystone Motel” Where they go to the Keystone state whic looks like this

What state does that look like?

So, I took a look at the states around there, since they say that its the “next state over”

That takes our possible states down to Ohio, New York, New Jersey, Delaware,  Maryland, and West Virginia. If we take out States with no boarder on the ocean, I can eliminate Ohio, and West Virginia (im not counting great lakes). 
It was now i thought to myself wondering how i could possbly figure out which of these he could live in, when suddenly i zoomed in a little more and saw this

Right there in maryland! Surly that must be the inspiration for Beach city!!! 
But wait. Theres more.
when zooming in to look at my discovery, I chose to look for the other places Steven mentions ito Lapis, when i saw this a bit to the north.

I didnt believe it until i zoomed in more to see this!

Its Funland. A real place. Just north of Dewey Beach.
Which may i add, has some simmilarities with Beach City’s Funland!

So there we have it! Steven lives in Delaware in Dewey Beach, North of Ocean City, Which may be the Ocean Town Steven mentions!
I hope you enjoyed this! I sure did!!

Everyone knows Delaware doesn’t exist

ambris:

taggthewanderer:

Ocarina of Time Link: Wait, why do you need a special mine for rocks to eat? There’s rocks everywhere!

Goron: Hylians eat plants right? Why do you need farms? Why don’t you just eat grass, asshole?

Link:

Goron: think before you speak next time, punkass

That’s… A really good point

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cinnamontoastensketches:

I had to after seeing this post

the-macra:

eldritch-seinfeld:

i just came upon some very good information

6969 cool st is a real place, and its located in weedsport

IF YOU SEE A FADED SIGN AT THE SIDE OF THE ROAD

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youngalientype:

mod2amaryllis:

chubby-aphrodite:

darthlenaplant:

nerdy-pharmacy-daydreams:

bluegone:

etherealastraea:

dihydrogenmonoxideawareness:

Why would anyone want to consume it!?

I teach my 7th graders about the dangers of dihydrogen monoxide.

I bring in a graduated cylinder of it and we talk about how it’s used in nuclear power plants and gmo crops. How inhaling even the small amount I’m holding can lead to suffocation or even death. It’s found in vaccines and cancer cells, but also in infant formula and pet food. It is a huge component of acid rain, can cause severe burns, and has been found in places that were thought to be the most pristine and unpolluted locations on earth.

We talk about how there are little to no regulations on this chemical. No bans, no warning labels, and most manufacturers don’t even have to disclose their use of it in their products.

My students are outraged. We talk about what we can do. Create posters and flyers to spread awareness. Contact our senators with petitions to ban DHMO. Spread this information all over social media.

Then I explain that the real problem with dihydrogen monoxide is that….when I am thirsty…there is just nothing else as refreshing, and then I watch their looks of absolute shock and horror as I drink the entire vial down.


I. Fucking. Love. This.

This is how misinformation works. How propaganda works. How manipulation works.

may our education be stronger than fake news

Amen.

To those who don’t get it:

“Dihydrogen monoxide” is the chemical name for water, AKA H2O.

another important element of understanding the joke is understanding how pH levels work

yup.  that’s a higher number alright.

“Everyone who has ever touched or consumed this chemical has died”

rain-flicker:

baking-accident:

“god i wish that were me” except his eyes are glowing with unimaginable power and he says “god wishes he were me”

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kiyokospeaks:

The more I see of Eric Andre the more I’m convinced he is some chaotic neutral trickster god sent to the mortal plane to torment us

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In a Randomly rolled campaign, everyone rolled their races and classes. The party has four paladins.

yourplayersaidwhat:

“Lets give some retribution! Divinely!”

- Our lizardfolk paladin upon hearing the party gained a fifth paladin.

Memes but with the wrong caption

May 16 2018

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