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mattman47 asked: I gotta be honest, I don't understand what you're trying to communicate with some of these gifs.

brianmichaelbendis:

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satanicnutellacats:

5th grade sex ed more like

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animatum-natandi:

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the things this boy says, i swear

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shisnojon:

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worb:

i honestly do not know what to do with this cover of anaconda that beauty guru addicted2toofaced and her sister did

WHAT the helm

he tossed his own salad

all the college boys with weak strokes will be eating this up.

This is…

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learning-2love-myself:

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hirosashii:

micthemicrophone:

Damn.

WOW

o.o


No. Suicide is illegal because otherwise police couldn’t barge into your house/room, etc. to stop you from trying to end your life. It is a crime so that the police can be there with a medic and provide help for you. Suicide being illegal is a way of them trying to prevent it. 

learning-2love-myself:

tommyoliverblogs:

hirosashii:

micthemicrophone:

Damn.

WOW

o.o

No. Suicide is illegal because otherwise police couldn’t barge into your house/room, etc. to stop you from trying to end your life. It is a crime so that the police can be there with a medic and provide help for you. Suicide being illegal is a way of them trying to prevent it. 

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tastefullyoffensive:

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steeples:

In the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks, people all over the world stood shoulder-to-shoulder in mourning, solidarity, sympathy and friendship with the people of the United States. Here are a few of those international reactions, both organized and spontaneous, that occurred in the days following September 11, 2001.

In London, the Star Spangled Banner played during the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace, while traffic came to a standstill in The Mall nearby.

In Beijing, tens of thousands of people visited the U.S. Embassy, leaving flowers, cards, funeral wreaths and hand-written notes of condolence on the sidewalk out front.

In Moscow, women who spoke no English and had never been to the U.S. were captured on film sobbing in front of a makeshift tribute on a sidewalk, and every single church and monastery in Romania held a memorial prayer.

In France, a well-known newspaper, Le Monde, ran a headline reading, “We Are All Americans.”

In the Middle East, both the Israeli president and the Palestinian leader condemned the attacks, and made a show of donating blood.

Kuwaitis lined up to donate blood as well. Jordanians signed letters of sympathy.

In Tehran, an entire stadium of people gathered for a soccer match observed a moment of silence, and in Turkey, flags flew at half-mast.

In Berlin, 200,000 people packed the streets leading to the Brandenburg Gate.

A thousand miles south, in Dubrovnik, Croatia, schoolchildren took a break from classes to bow their heads in silence.

In Dublin, shops and pubs were closed during a national day of mourning, and people waited in a three-hour line to sign a book of condolences.

In Sweden, Norway and Finland, trams and buses halted in tribute, and in Russia, television and radio stations went silent to commemorate the innocent dead.

In Azerbaijan, Japan, Greenland, Bulgaria and Tajiskitan, people gathered in squares to light candles, murmur good wishes and pray. And in Pretoria, South Africa, little kids perched on their parents’ shoulders holding mini American flags.

Firefighters in Hungary tied black ribbons to their trucks, firefighters in South Africa flew red, white and blue, and firefighters in Poland sounded their sirens, letting loose a collective wail one warm afternoon.

Cubans offered medical supplies. Ethiopians offered prayers. Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan offered their air space, and dozens of other world leaders called the White House to offer their support.

Hundreds of thousands of people in Canada, Albania and Sierra Leone marched in the streets in shows of solidarity, and mosques in Bangladesh, Yemen, Pakistan, Libya and Sudan trembled with clerics’ condemnation of those “cowardly” and “un-Islamic” attacks.

Lebanese generals convened to sign letters of sympathy, and in Italy, Pope John Paul II fell to his knees in prayer.

Albania, Ireland, Israel, Canada, Croatia, South Korea and the Czech Republic all declared national days of mourning, and the legendary bells of Notre Dame echoed throughout Paris.

In Italy, race car drivers preparing for the upcoming Italian Grand Prix silenced their engines, and in London, hundreds stood quietly during the noontime chimes of Big Ben.

In Belgium, people held hands, forming a human chain in front of the Brussels World Trade Center, and seventeen time zones away, strangers in Indonesia gathered on a beach to pray.

In India, children taped up signs that read, “This is an attack on all of us,” and in Austria, church bells tolled in unison.

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chasingbokeh:

Sika Deer of Nara, Japan

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artbooksnat:

Free! Eternal Summer poster illustration in Newtype Magazine (10/2014), illustrated by key animator Shinpei Sawa (澤真平). So many large posters this month. 
High five. Fist bump!

artbooksnat:

Free! Eternal Summer poster illustration in Newtype Magazine (10/2014), illustrated by key animator Shinpei Sawa (澤真平). So many large posters this month. 

High five. Fist bump!

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safetytank:

i mISTOOK THE POLE CAP FOR PART OF ITS FACE

safetytank:

i mISTOOK THE POLE CAP FOR PART OF ITS FACE

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tiny & squishy (´⌣`ʃƪ) ♥

tiny & squishy (´⌣`ʃƪ) ♥

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fuckyeah-nerdery:

dutchster:

i don’t even need to know the context of this drawing

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PUSSY GAME TOO STRONG EVEN FOR THE DEVIL.

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