1. sexyserperior:

    Now Raiden can become FUCKING INVINCIBLE 

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  3. furbearingbrick:

pizzaotter:

jodyrobots:

if i were a nun I would wear heelies and glide everywhere just to fuck with people

NO DONT DO THAT

YES
PLEASE DO THAT

    furbearingbrick:

    pizzaotter:

    jodyrobots:

    if i were a nun I would wear heelies and glide everywhere just to fuck with people

    NO DONT DO THAT

    YES

    PLEASE DO THAT

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  4. first object in space: ussr. first living being in space: ussr. first living being in space to survive the trip: ussr. first man in space: ussr. first woman in space: ussr. first multi-person crew in space: ussr. first spacewalk: ussr. first object on the moon: ussr. first controlled landing on the moon: ussr. first object on another planet: ussr.

    boysinbarrettes:

    first man on the moon? AMERICA WINS!!!

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  5. spooksthebun:

    pictured: neil cicierega just completely fucking killing it

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    Tagged: #jontron
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  6. dynamicoceans:

Sharks have friends! Tristan Guttridge, a behavioral ecologist, “They have individuals that they prefer to follow and have social interactions with.
It makes sense that sharks would take advantage of safety in numbers and create shivers—the shark version of a pack. 
But when they are in captivity—eliminating their need to hunt for food and stay wary of threats—the sharks still made an effort to socialize.
“You don’t often think a shark would be like that—you expect them to be very territorial and aggressive to each other. [Yet] we never see aggression between individuals” of a lemon shark group. [x, x]

    dynamicoceans:

    Sharks have friends! Tristan Guttridge, a behavioral ecologist, “They have individuals that they prefer to follow and have social interactions with.

    It makes sense that sharks would take advantage of safety in numbers and create shivers—the shark version of a pack. 

    But when they are in captivity—eliminating their need to hunt for food and stay wary of threats—the sharks still made an effort to socialize.

    “You don’t often think a shark would be like that—you expect them to be very territorial and aggressive to each other. [Yet] we never see aggression between individuals” of a lemon shark group. [xx]

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  8. dutchster:

    i don’t even need to know the context of this drawing

    image

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  10. pigparade:

these faces reminded me of oblivions cc
video

    pigparade:

    these faces reminded me of oblivions cc

    video

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