caslovefest:

(x) (x)


1 hour ago on 26 Jul, 14 | 12785 notes



1 hour ago on 26 Jul, 14 | 230038 notes


as-thin-as-fuck:

kettleoat:

atomicflan:

gryffindorgay:

“According to Greek mythology, humans were originally created with four arms, four legs, and a head with two faces. Fearing their power, Zeus split them into two separate beings condemning them to spend their lives in search for their other halves.”

~Plato’s The Symposium.

How many times will I reblog this? “Always.”

We did it at school. The myth also says that the pairings could be male/female, male/male or female/female (just sayin’)

sometimes you don’t need to find someone else

I’m glad for the addition at the end


2 hours ago on 26 Jul, 14 | 1647186 notes

via runawaynerds tags:
#tfios

2 hours ago on 26 Jul, 14 | 207 notes

via huntokar, from nanodash
nanodash:

Your brain is such a worthless slacker. I’ll prove it.
Relax and stare at this image for a while. After said while (thirty seconds…ish), the colours will begin to disappear (no it’s not a gif). You can even make them go away completely.
What’s happening is called Troxler’s Fading. After a while of receiving the same non-changing information, your brain gets bored and just discards the information because it’s too busy keeping an eye out for more pressing, changing information, like tiger attacks.
You know how when you wear a watch for a while you stop noticing it. Same thing. Your brain is an idiot.
It is pretty though.

nanodash:

Your brain is such a worthless slacker. I’ll prove it.

Relax and stare at this image for a while. After said while (thirty seconds…ish), the colours will begin to disappear (no it’s not a gif). You can even make them go away completely.

What’s happening is called Troxler’s Fading. After a while of receiving the same non-changing information, your brain gets bored and just discards the information because it’s too busy keeping an eye out for more pressing, changing information, like tiger attacks.

You know how when you wear a watch for a while you stop noticing it. Same thing. Your brain is an idiot.

It is pretty though.


2 hours ago on 26 Jul, 14 | 21267 notes

Down to my last three pages of The Fault in Our Stars and then my iPad ran out of battery. Damn it. Now I have to wait for it to reboot. Ugh. I read slow to savor the last few moments but didn’t check the battery life sigh.


1 day ago on 24 Jul, 14 | 1 notes



1 day ago on 24 Jul, 14 | 100897 notes


prettyboyandmoose:

you can hear the ‘jensen im so tired of ur shit’


1 day ago on 24 Jul, 14 | 94977 notes

lvndcity:

P. H. Fitzgerald

lvndcity:

P. H. Fitzgerald


1 day ago on 24 Jul, 14 | 104 notes


catsbeaversandducks:

Two Brothers Hilariously Re-Create Their Childhood Photos As A Gift For Their Mother

Re-creating childhood photos has become somewhat of an internet trend, and this wonderful and hilarious calendar that the Luxton brothers prepared for their mother for Christmas is probably one of the best examples of this trend that we’ve seen. The premise is simple, and can be recreated by anyone – simply pick out some of your best or funniest childhood photos and do everything that you can to re-create them as an adult.

What’s especially heartwarming about these pictures of Joe Luxton and his brother is that, at least judging by some of these pictures, their brotherly bond has only grown stronger as they’ve grown. In other photos, the juxtaposition of grown-up brothers and childhood clothing/activities makes for a truly hilarious and/or disturbing combination.

They even got their dad, their uncle and their dog to participate. Depending on your take, the one where one of the brothers is sleeping on his dad’s lap is especially funny/creepy.

It seems like there are a lot of photographers interested in exploring their own past through photography. Argentinian photographer Irina Werning similarly re-created childhood photos in her Back to the Future series, which we covered in two parts. Chino Otsuka has done amazing work Photoshopping herself into her childhood photos to explore her own identity.

These photos are easy enough to re-create. If you’ve got the time, try digging through your family photos and your old stuff to see if you can re-create some photos too!

All via Bored Panda

(P.S.: I know that’s not about cats but… wow!)


1 day ago on 24 Jul, 14 | 23322 notes

via nortonism, from kaiba-cave
tags:
#pokemon

spookshien:

pureorangeness:

sillycatsforever:

lostovertherainbow:

my entire worldview has now changed.

this makes life so different to me.

i love her

 


1 day ago on 24 Jul, 14 | 167119 notes


koool-beans:

kaiba-cave:

sullivanthere:

x-roar-x:

basically my face right nowimage

I went from this

image

to this

image

at first I thought it was an alternative way to hard-boil eggs… nope…

image

DEAR GOD. PLEASE DON’T SCROLL PAST THIS. IT MAY LOOK LIKE ANOTHER DUMB VIDEO, I THOUGHT SO TOO BUT JESUS PLEASE WATCH THIS. SO FUCKING WEIRD.

omfg

Nooooooooo


1 day ago on 24 Jul, 14 | 318408 notes

andrewbelami:

stunningpicture:

Was looking in my moms college yearbook and came across a familiar face.

did this fucker come out of the womb looking like a dad

andrewbelami:

stunningpicture:

Was looking in my moms college yearbook and came across a familiar face.

did this fucker come out of the womb looking like a dad


1 day ago on 24 Jul, 14 | 210768 notes


Pluto was a planet, some committee of fancy assholes disagree, I disagree back


1 day ago on 24 Jul, 14 | 61600 notes


skalja:

lumos5001:

most underrated Doctor

His face.


1 day ago on 24 Jul, 14 | 307666 notes