My new dog :) she’s blind so that’s why she has no eyes
According to chemistry, alcohol IS a solution.
I’ve decided on the 21st I am going to ironically use the phrase ‘don’t worry, it’s not the end of the world’ as many times as possible
|imagine this:||one day, you walk into school to find your crush leaning against your locker, staring at you. you think there's a mistake and just stand there, waiting for him to leave. he doesnt leave. you feel bold and ask him what's up. he smiles super big, takes your hand, and kisses it. you guys are already late to class, so you decide to just cut. he drives you to your favorite ice cream place, on the way describing his feelings for you. you guys get ice cream, he puts a bit on your nose. before wiping it off, he grabs a napkin and tells you to close your eyes. then he tells you to open your mouth, too. you do so. before you know what's going on, he shoves the napkin in your mouth, pulls out a random knife, and stabs you.|
Reblog if you’re old enough to get this
Laughter. Horrified laughter.
oh god you still haunt my dreams
That should not be as funny as it is.
Oh my goodness, I had erased this from my mind. I want my selective memory back!
idk I liked clippit.
Montreal-based Canadian photographer François Brunelle has met many unrelated people who look amazingly alike, during the course of his travels. Inviting these pairs of doppelgängers into his studio, he captured their incredible likeness in black-and-white, family-styled portraits. In some cases, the subjects even have similar expressions—it is really a wonder that they are not only not twins, but are actually completely unrelated to each other. These portraits make us wonder if we all have doppelgängers somewhere else in the world—would you like to meet yours?
family style portraits? They all look like couples.
my baby brother was really upset so
he was crying
until he realized he was taking selfies on my laptop
Best post on tumblr omg
Korean designers Je Sung Park and Woo Jung Kwon have developed an invisible umbrella that will keep you dry by repelling rain. Consisting of a simple plastic stick that creates an artificial wind at the top, the ‘umbrella’ deflects raindrops before they hit you by sucking in air at the bottom. The intensity of this wind-shield can be varied depending on weather condition and number of people sharing the device—the length of the stick is also adjustable.
MY DREAM FOR USING THE ELEMENTS MORE EFFICIENTLY IS COMING TRUE.