hairandbrokenglasses:

xixn:

lehroi:

Gregory Thielker
Complete Stop (oil on canvas),  2008.

can we just take a moment to appreciate the fact this isn’t a picture but a painting??

fU ck

hairandbrokenglasses:

xixn:

lehroi:

Gregory Thielker

Complete Stop (oil on canvas),  2008.

can we just take a moment to appreciate the fact this isn’t a picture but a painting??

fU ck

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the-stars-in-my-eyes-shineforyou:

fitwithoutfat:

I had the perfect purple smoothie for breakfast: 4 fresh bananas, 4 frozen bananas, 2 cups of fresh blackberries, and 1/2 cup of coconut milk and water each. 😊


YUM!!!!!!

the-stars-in-my-eyes-shineforyou:

fitwithoutfat:

I had the perfect purple smoothie for breakfast: 4 fresh bananas, 4 frozen bananas, 2 cups of fresh blackberries, and 1/2 cup of coconut milk and water each. 😊

YUM!!!!!!

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k-hiq:

hikaribakuras:

holyjazspers:

horton hears a huh

horton hears a what

horton hears a chicka chicka slim shady

HORTON HEARS NOTHING HORTON IS AS DEAD AS THIS JOKE

horton hears a hater

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I was the cutest kid

shialablunt:

1964 | Four lads from Liverpool — Paul McCartney, George Harrison, John Lennon, and Ringo Starr — take a dip in an unheated Miami Beach swimming pool during a cold snap on their first trip to the States. “We could not find a heated pool that could be closed off from the rest of the press,” photographer John Loengard later said of this picture, “so we settled for one that was not … [and they] started turning blue.” Originally published in the February 28, 1964, issue of LIFE

shialablunt:

1964 | Four lads from Liverpool — Paul McCartney, George Harrison, John Lennon, and Ringo Starr — take a dip in an unheated Miami Beach swimming pool during a cold snap on their first trip to the States. “We could not find a heated pool that could be closed off from the rest of the press,” photographer John Loengard later said of this picture, “so we settled for one that was not … [and they] started turning blue.” Originally published in the February 28, 1964, issue of LIFE

freshmevelyn:

When you see it…

freshmevelyn:

When you see it…

"sext: I just sent you a picture of my stretch marks, did you get it?
sext: I was diagnosed with depression in seventh grade.
sext: I have only one scar left from self harming.
sext: I wrote a poem about you today.
sext: I just found out my parents are getting a divorce.
sext: I love you."

— "he asked to see me naked" Lindsay Brooke (via unloved-doll)

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cracked:

In Jurassic Park, a seat belt malfunction reveals that the dinosaurs can reproduce. It’s played as just a throwaway joke — as the helicopter carrying all the ’90s-fashionable scientists swoops down toward Isla Nublar, Sam Neill is told to buckle his seat belt. Neill is stuck with two buckles, rather than the tongue and buckle combination required to secure him safely to the helicopter bench. The clasp, incidentally, is also referred to as the “female” end, so Sam is technically stuck with nothing but female parts. He continues fumbling around with the mismatched seat belt while Jeff Goldblum stares him down like a guy who knows a thing or two about female parts. Finally, having exhausted every possible option, Neill resorts to simply tying the two ends of the belt together to form a makeshift seat belt. There you go — he needed to create something new (a seat belt), but all he had were female ends. So, he improvised. This is exactly what ends up happening with the dinosaurs in Jurassic Park.
The 40 Most Insane Easter Eggs Ever Found

cracked:

In Jurassic Park, a seat belt malfunction reveals that the dinosaurs can reproduce. It’s played as just a throwaway joke — as the helicopter carrying all the ’90s-fashionable scientists swoops down toward Isla Nublar, Sam Neill is told to buckle his seat belt. Neill is stuck with two buckles, rather than the tongue and buckle combination required to secure him safely to the helicopter bench. The clasp, incidentally, is also referred to as the “female” end, so Sam is technically stuck with nothing but female parts. He continues fumbling around with the mismatched seat belt while Jeff Goldblum stares him down like a guy who knows a thing or two about female parts. Finally, having exhausted every possible option, Neill resorts to simply tying the two ends of the belt together to form a makeshift seat belt. There you go — he needed to create something new (a seat belt), but all he had were female ends. So, he improvised. This is exactly what ends up happening with the dinosaurs in Jurassic Park.

The 40 Most Insane Easter Eggs Ever Found

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