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kinkycasey:

*Dies from swooooooooooooooooooooooons*

Daddy, can I keep her?

I think I’m in love…

(Source: zanetrathepotpunkmermaid)

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areyoutryingtospookme:

youhavebroughtthegiftoflove:

futuro-heroi:

Such an unexpected plot-twist.

oh my god wait what

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comicbookartwork:

Iron Man and Spider-Man

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jaydeshotspot:

This looks yummy… :)

jaydeshotspot:

This looks yummy… :)

(Source: costanza2404)

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peppermint-mermaids:

martinekenblog:

Back in May a couple of friends in Japan started a new project called rrrrrrrroll, using photography to explore beautifully minimalist animations based on objects and people turning on a single axis. (via)

pretty sure i’ve posted this in the past… but its cool.

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(Source: hi)

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e4rleb1rd:

happy, happy, happy.

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felicefawn:

dirrtyflowerchild:

all-about-living-up:

adeventute time helped me get over my last breakup no fuckin joke i shit u not

literally adventure time knows their shit

When a cartoon is wiser than Gandhi you know they’re doing it right.

(Source: pretendplaytime)

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stigmartyr762:

The Sun, seen in different wavelengths of light.

stigmartyr762:

The Sun, seen in different wavelengths of light.

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goddess3:

Right now there’s a man in the afterlife laughing his ass off.
Because in the final days before his death, he wrote a book.
A book that would send the world into chaos for thousands of years. A book that was confusing and contradicting. A book full of hate, punishment and inequality hidden under a thin, feeble blanket of love and kindness.
He titles this book The Bible.

So true…

I wish people would take it for what it is, a collection of parables and stories that have been passed down and changed to suit different agendas for ohhhhhh hundreds of years. Aesop’s Fables is a similar collection of parables, but we don’t worship the tortoise or the grasshopper do we?