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mistress-of-all-wanderlust:

obsessedwithfrozen42:

I was 100% sure this was going to be Hans

I AM DYING

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howbucky:

you think your left boob is safe. it is an illusion. a comforting lie, told to protect you. enjoy these final moments of peace. for chris evans have returned to grab your left boob.

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"I constantly tell myself ‘I’m done’ but then I find myself trying again."

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Good Vibes HERE

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thelakerz:

An important part of cinematic history.

Her brOTHERS FACE THOUGH

Truly Iconic

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teacher: what do you think is the most under appreciated art form?

me: winged eyeliner

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17yr:

life was so simple back when everyone had the same iphone charger

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punkmonksteven:

pleatedjeans:

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And yet, not a single line piece. Typical.

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sproutbabe:

kumagawa:

when the supporting cast is more interesting than the main character of a series

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magicalgirlfeferi:

smashsamurai:

dontchawannawantafanta:

afallfromelegance:

THAT IS FUCKING TERRIFYING WHY DO PEOPLE FIND THAT BEAUTIFUL?! THERE’S A BIG FUCKING GAPING HOLE IN THE MOTHERFUCKIN OCEAN AND WATER IS DISAPPEARING INTO IT WHERE DOES IT GO?!

*Under The Sea starts playing*

Anyone know where this is?

This is off the Island of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean! And actually it’s not really a waterfall, it’s the underwater sediment/minerals and sand that is being swept off the continental shelf into the epipelagic waters  by some pretty strong currents, creating a sort of illusion that the water itself is rushing over into a waterfall. It’s a pretty cool illusion though! 

There aren’t ever such things as underwater waterfalls or rivers that are just made out of water since water is technically all the same density (besides fresh and saltwater) and the only thing that separates it would be the salinity and/or the thermocline!

But when water is actually mixed with something denser, such as hydrogen sulfide or perhaps salt water crashing with fresh water, it can actually form underwater rivers such as the one in Mexico! 

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reallylameblog:

Why do people care so much about what others choose to blog about and the style of their posts
Like regardless of how dumb it may be who the fuck cares log off

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