This time we'll reinforce the walls

manafromheaven:

roachpatrol:

cvmfest:

ricotomate:

A bunch of drunk college kids tried to play “Alice in Wonderland”

I cry of laughter everytime I watch this. 

what the fuclk did i just watch

the best goddamn adaptation ever

IM SOBBING

  • me watching a movie: omg that was a gif
  • Doctor: Okay, so what's wrong, how are you feeling?
  • Me: *Looks at mom waiting for her to explain*

philspancake:

callino-fucking-way:

jacobtheloofah:

i wanna make a cartoon about a spanish pig who always questions things

it’ll be called por qué pig

image

THAT IS SO CUTE

Sebastian Stan getting emotional about his mother…

somewhereineverland:

having social anxiety is bad because you cant have any relationships with anyone without spending all of your time consumed with thoughts like “they all hate me, they all laugh at me, they all think i’m annoying, everyone hates me and they don’t care about me at all”

so don’t fucking go around acting like having anxiety in social situations is cool because its not and it fucking sucks 

linguisticsyall:

lucithor:

WHY WAS I UNAWARE OF THE FACT THAT “DISGRUNTLED” IS, IN FACT, THE OPPOSITE OF “GRUNTLED”

image

WHY DOES NOBODY USE THIS WORD

I’m so gruntled to have found this

okaymad:

laptopped:

tumblr doesnt support internet explorer anymore

good

okaymad:

laptopped:

tumblr doesnt support internet explorer anymore

good

dutchster:

why do shampoo bottles weigh hardly anything but when you drop them in the shower they turn into a meteor

michelle0hwell:

crookedindifference:

4quarius:

It might look like someone taking their life into their own hands, but thankfully this lake is the only place in the world where you can swim safely amongst millions of jellyfish.

In ‘Jellyfish Lake’ on the Pacific island of Palau, swimmers can take a dip surrounded by thousands of the normally harmful marine animals which have all lost their sting.

The lake was once connected to the Pacific Ocean, but when the sea level dropped, the jellyfish became isolated in the algae-rich lake and have not had to defend themselves from predators.

As a result, their population has thrived, and the eight million jellyfish now in the lake have all lost their sting.

Tourists can now swim alongside the jellyfish in the 12,000-year-old lake, one of around 200 saline marine lakes now identified worldwide.

Article source 

Photo sources: Jody MacDonald, Darryl Lai

I’ve swam there. It’s incredible.

I want to go holy cow



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