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iampox:

Ten pictures that will make you love advertising

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chemistry-checkmate:

nepetasfatcock:

2spookyasscrack:

onlylolgifs:

halloween costume

jESUS CHRIST THAT’S TERRIFYING 

Me on my way to steal yo man

YOU CAN KEEP HIM

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cafemusaiin:

samsvirtuallife:

positlvedreamer:

cafemusaiin:

i gave my grandma two dollars to get me “an arizona tea and a Reese’s cup” and she brought me this and gave me my money back

this perfectly describes grandmas 

My grandma would have given me a five and thrown in a new pair of shoes too.

im sorry i wasnt aware that this was the goddamn grandma olympics

kanrose:

pleatedjeans:

Things Are a Little Different in Australia (21 Pics)

i’m australian and i’m not even sure australia is a real place anymore

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rawdi-kun:

Today I got my friends to help me turn the whole class sideways and sit in the chairs like we normally would for April Fools and wait for our teacher to walk in. We also flipped her desk, chair and computer. The faces on the students passing our homeroom were priceless.

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plizm:

Room within a room by dannyfowler on Flickr.
yamind:

Futuristic design by Saha Hadid.
Photography by Robin Hill.

futurebychris:

Oblivion concept art. Looked amazing when it came to life on screen.

designboom:

broken egg architectural installation by ingo maurer
image © designboom

ingo maurer designs an architectural installation straight out of science fiction for an artpark in brazil. more details

nureenrosman:

Future Architecture / Modern on We Heart It. http://weheartit.com/entry/34740274/via/FuturisticNews
guardian:

The world’s best animal architecture - in pictures
Australian weaver ants building their nest by pulling on leaves and working in chains, in Northern Territory, Australia. The adult builders pull leaves together with their pincers then interweave them with silk threads produced by their larvae. They can build an entire nest in 24 hours. Photograph: Ingo Arndt