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November 11 2017

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meanexwife:

i think what’s wrong with me is that i don’t live secluded in a hut in the woods. i don’t bang enough rocks against enough things. i just haven’t forged any swords

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cmder:

otto-mandias:

glamourweaver:

lesless:

for a second I thought this was a meme & not an informative illustration of horse mood, & I thought I just couldn’t get the joke

Make this the new meme!

June 08 2017

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fromfatasstothatass:

the-witch-of-salem:

sixpenceee:

When things aren’t exactly the way you remember it. A parallel universe or bad memory? I first posted it on my blog regarding the “Berenstein bears” It got a lot of heads turning so why not make a compilation?

It’s Sex and the City, but many people insist they remember it being “in the” at some point. Some people have even posted pictures of old memorabilia they have that supports their false memory.

People think the Monopoly man, Rich Uncle Pennybags, has a monocle, but he doesn’t. Perhaps they’re just confusing him with Mr. Peanut, the Planters peanut mascot, who also wears a top hat and carries around a cane, but there are a number of people who can’t seem to grasp how the Monopoly man is monocle-less, when they’ve distinctly known him to have one.

The tip of Pikachu’s tail isn’t black. People remember there being a black mark on Pikachu’s tail, but if you take a look at Pikachu now, you’ll see nothing there. How so many people can remember an aspect of this character’s appearance that doesn’t actually exist, the world may never know.

Keep reading

100% the pikachu thing has me fucked up, years before I knew about the Mandela Effect was I noticed Pikachu didn’t have the black on his tail so I was just like “oh they changed him up a bit cool” and I moved on and didn’t think much about it until I started seeing the Mandela Effect about him NEVER having it, I was so confused !

Pikachu is fucking me up so much I swear to god he had a black tip on his tail.

People are disappearing in northern Canada.

unsettlingstories:

For the last 35 years, a lake in northern Canada has been the site of hundreds of suspected drownings. The location is in the middle of the Canadian tundra. There is nothing around. No food, no shelter. Just cold, inhospitable wilderness.

The lake is frozen eight months out of the year. Nothing happens then. But during the thaw, when we’re doing our flyovers, we’ll see clothes floating on the surface of the water.

Like we’ve always done, we’ll dispatch a team to investigate. They’ll bring back what they can recover, which will invariably be clothing and someone’s wallet or purse.

So far, we’ve never recovered a single body.

Continue reading.

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lymphonodge:

me when im a small but knowing clown

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packlesswolf:

sixpenceee:

A compilation of some of the most interesting or classiest bathtubs I’ve ever seen. I got the pictures from here and here . Here’s a post about a bathtub cut from a single piece of quartz crystal

That last one. Dude

May 31 2017

tretijreznor:

gay culture is sitting on a couch like this 

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3-ko:

 -  I couldn’t wait - Welcome to the madness 

babelady:

aimesoleil:

inside your body is PITCH BLACK your cells do all of that in the DARK

self care is swallowing lit matches every 5 minutes so that ur cells can see whatever the fuck they’re doing in there

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simplyawesom3:

sixpenceee:

Japan’s Shin-Yokohama Raumen Museum is theme park, located in the one building. It is set in the time of old Tokyo, amidst three mythical town streetscapes and train stations to present a sense of what life in like in Japan, circa 1958: the very tasty year that the world’s first instant ramen was invented. (Source)

I want to go here someday… This looks awesome!

develop-your-oc:

Which OC has anger issues?

bracelet00:

cakecourse:

Can we normalize the idea that women can have deep voices? please??
Especially for trans women who feel gross or out of place for their deep voice.

Please, break the standard that all women have high pitched, perfect, feminine voices.

My car got towed on NYE, so after unsuccessfully trying every number programmed into my phone, I called my dad’s ass up at 2 AM to pick up myself and my friends to go get my vehicle out of impound (my dad is awesome. More on that later.)

Included in my group of friends was my friend Anna who had recently come forward as trans. She had very recently started presenting as a woman, and was pretty insecure in it, and had never met my father previously, so it wasn’t as though I had time to brief him on the situation. Anna was pretty shy during the whole ride, tucked in the back and letting her friends talk over her. She only spoke up after I had gotten my car back, thanking him for helping out.

The next day, I called to thank him for that night, and he asked me who was the girl with the deep voice. At first my heart sink in my guts, but without missing a beat, he started raving about how he LOVED her voice. He listed off a few actresses from his day who had had very deep voices, and how he adored it, and that kind of slow sultry speaking had been fading more and more as pop culture pushed for childish voices in women.

Your deep voice is gorgeous trans friends (and cis friends too.) it is warm and low and smooth like honey and perfect in every way. It is smoldering and evocative and absolutely beautiful.

deep voices turn me on so much on all the gender omg. so cute. so sexy. ughhhh <3

unsettlingstories:

A fidget spinner that moans the faster you spin it.

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sormlk:

Mikleo Icons ♡

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