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toomanyfandomssolittletime:

toomanyfandomssolittletime:

its really hard being a Hindu, because i wanna taste beef but i can’t because of religion. damn.

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wAIT WHAT

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mY SKIN IS WHITE???

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I’M NOT INDIAN???? I’VE NOT BEEN A HINDU FOR 16 YEARS BECAUSE MY PARENTS ARE ALSO HINDUS??

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cAN I FINALLY STOP WORSHIPPING COWS?!?!?!!

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A couple of days ago I spent about 30 minutes hand-stitching reusable coffee filters because I didn’t want to spend the money it took to buy disposable ones.

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diggievitt:

332/365
Not my original plan, but I like it!

diggievitt:

332/365

Not my original plan, but I like it!

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Reblogged from findingwordsforthoughts
1. Falling in love with someone’s mind takes time.
2. Sometimes the only right answer is an answer. Silence can break a heart as easily as words.
3. Never rush a kiss.
4. You know you’re starting to fall in love with someone when you want to hold their hand. Even if it’s just a couple of entangled fingers.
5. Read books cover-to-cover, because sometimes all it takes is one line and greatness is usually well beneath the surface.
6. People will try to change you. Sometimes for you, sometimes for them. Know the difference. Trust yourself to know the difference.
7. Sometimes sex is awkward. You have to be able to laugh about it. Laugh until it’s mind-blowingly-amazing.
8. Life isn’t about winning. (Losing at strip poker can be pretty fun.)
9. You are capable of hurting someone far more than you realized.
10. Letting go takes two people.
11. Some people will see right through your armor. That takes time and effort. Appreciate it.
12. People can break you. Only you can heal you.
13. Liking the taste of beer on someone’s lips doesn’t equal liking beer, it equals liking them a whole lot more than you’re willing to admit. But order that beer. And another. One more. It might make your walls crumble for long enough to let you realize how you feel; or let them see.
14. Some conversations can only be had if you’re sitting across from each other.
15. Sometimes a kiss tells you what you don’t want to hear.
16. Falling out of love with someone’s mind takes time. But it’s OK to lie to yourself and pretend it was all about the eyes. For a little while.
17. Moving on takes time. It takes patience and self-love. There isn’t a cosmic sign, or a moment of epiphany, you won’t wake up feeling different one morning. Order a beer once in a while. Take a sip. Close your eyes. What does the taste tell you?
m.v., Things I learned from loving a boy and letting him go (via findingwordsforthoughts)

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discoverynews:

trce:

the-actual-universe:

benigoat:

Time-lapse of river changing course over 28 years.

This messed me up a little bit.

rebloggngigingi

Awesome meanders!

discoverynews:

trce:

the-actual-universe:

benigoat:

Time-lapse of river changing course over 28 years.

This messed me up a little bit.

rebloggngigingi

Awesome meanders!

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Reblogged from awkwardsituationist

awkwardsituationist:

photos by alberto ghizzi panizza of two snails on italy’s po river mesmerized by a raindrop, the seeming vortex it created, and its almost instant disappearance.
(similar posts)

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Reblogged from greathaircut

moniquill:

asgardreid:

greathaircut:

i cant wait to get a boyfriend, im all prepared. i punched some holes in the lid of this jar and i put some grass and a twig in it

Please add a small rock, we like to sun on them when it’s bright out

You’re also gonna want to put a soda bottle cap full of water in there. I learned this the hard way when I was 8 or so.

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Reblogged from korranation

korranation:

HAPPY EARTH(BENDING) DAY! 

Show us your coolest earthbending GIFs using the #earthbendingday tag on Tumblr. We’ll inbox our fave contributors and send over LoK and A:TLA hardcover artbooks, courtesy of Darkhorse!

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Reblogged from cross-connect

cross-connect:

Emir Özşahin - Pastel Deaths

I’ve lost a very close friend three years ago. I couldn’t get out of my head the image of her body covered with newspapers. While I was trying to get rid of this image, I realized that the image of her alive was fading away as well. Her last photograph shouldn’t have been like that. Or I shouldn’t have seen that photograph.
I started to think about death. I tried to make into a project how it would positively affect me to remember the deceased in the future from visual, perceptive and emotional points of view.
This project is actually about what the deceased leave behind, how the ones left behind remember them or want to remember them more than those who pass away. With the naïve frames I will try to create, it’s about how my subconscious processes them, about the reality we know and how we try to forget what happens after death.
By humanizing deceased animals and showing them as if they were sleeping, I tried to briefly touch death and create a series of photographs about pushing away the feeling of disappearing before it hits us hard in the face.
I’m seriously not sure if this is an escape or an acceptance for me. All I know is that the photographs have a positive effect on me.

- Emir Özşahin

(Source: cross-connect, via moodiful819)

Polydactyly: Chapter 3

A Hannibal fanfiction. 

"I don’t know who you are exactly, but you have a strange influence over him, Miss Grentz. I suggest you watch your step. Whoever controls God controls death."

Newly relocated to Baltimore, Maryland, Michelle is starting to think she may be in over her head, but the slow translation of her father’s journals holds answers a past she never even thought to question.

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Reblogged from videohall

avianawareness:

videohall:

For some reason a bird speaking Japanese is mildly off putting.

> Literal translation

Bird:” ‘Uhm Hello, this is the Ono family.”

Bird: “What’s wrong?”

Owner: “Abe-chan, you’re a little too early. Once the phone’s picked up, then properly say hello.”

Bird: “Okay, understood.”

Owner: “Do you really understand? I’m counting on you. Hello, this is the Ono family residence in Gifu.”]

Bird: “Okay, I understand!”

Owner: “Got it.”

> That’s clearly some sort of Pokemon.

> Off-putting? It’s like birds were meant to speak Japanese!

> For some reason it’s never occurred to me that birds can mimic languages other than English. It’s so cool, though!

The world will soon understand why birds are so awesome and deserve to be our overlords. 

(via heir-conditioning)

Reblogged from cinyma

We accept the reality of the world with which we are presented.

The Truman Show (1998), Peter Weir.

(Source: cinyma, via sparksininfinity)

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