mylifeasaweapon:

trixter-jake-english:

gliber-t:

gaylienz:

redandblackbicycle:

Found this via reddit

finally something that treats introverts and extroverts as equals

The punctuation is even accurate holy shit

Freaking thank you. Being shy and being an introvert are not the same thing, as well as being obnoxious and being an extrovert.

The punctuation thing is right on, I’m such a ! It’s ridiculous

mylifeasaweapon:

trixter-jake-english:

gliber-t:

gaylienz:

redandblackbicycle:

Found this via reddit

finally something that treats introverts and extroverts as equals

The punctuation is even accurate holy shit

Freaking thank you. Being shy and being an introvert are not the same thing, as well as being obnoxious and being an extrovert.

The punctuation thing is right on, I’m such a ! It’s ridiculous

Reblogged from darklordfluffypoopykinz
8
Jul

tairupanda:

derschneefiel:

The Pallas´s Cat, also called Manul, is a small wildcat living in the grasslands and steppe of central asia.
It is named after the german naturalist Peter Simon Pallas, who first described the species in 1776.

That is the most expressive and gelatinous cat I have ever seen.

Reblogged from harrywhodee-knee
8
Jul
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6
Jul

rudesunshine89:

steampunktendencies:

Jellyfish Air Plants (PetitBeast)

I must create this adorable creatures!!

Reblogged from hateleybash
6
Jul

tulipnight:

"Night is on the Way" by wolfgangfoto on Flickr.

Reblogged from jayspeakswords
6
Jul

scienceyoucanlove:

Don Pettit shoots his photos at 18,000 miles per hour, 240 miles from the ground. As the lead photographer on the International Space Station, Don’s task is to capture the beauty of the universe and share it with the world. Here are eight of his latest, most beautiful photographs.

‘Photographer’ is not Don’s official title though. As a flight engineer, chemical engineer and NASA Astronaut, Don conducts physics experiments and helps to operate the International Space Station. Photography to him is a hobby in many ways, but something he takes seriously.

Wielding 10 Nikon cameras and a stupendous array of lenses (seen at the bottom of this post), Don combines multiple 30 second exposure photographs to create these star trails. The result shows the luminance of the earth and stars over a time of 10-15 minutes. He’s even managed to photograph the gorgeous atmosphere.

Be sure to check out NASA’s Flickr page as well where they’re sharing plenty more of Don’s photographs!

source

**also I’m not sure if you’ll be able to access NASA’s site because of the government temper tantrum 

6
Jul

fuckyeah1990s:

Björk, photographed by Spike Jonze, 1995

(Source: intothedarkwoods)

Reblogged from queerharpy
6
Jul

just-for-grins:

If you’re having a bad day here are a few baby animal pictures which surely should cheer you up!  :D

Reblogged from harrywhodee-knee
6
Jul
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6
Jul

(Source: shouldn-t)

Reblogged from compressedlungs
2
Jul