FoxyGrandpaw

21/m/100% Irish, 12%mentally hilarious.

if my humor seems too much for you that sucks If questions you need just ask

(Source: misterwonka, via twatkitten)

(Source: misterwonka, via twatkitten)

geekerypokery:

jeremymcbitchin:

Imagine having braces during the apocalypse. no one can take your braces off. And you just have to accept that you’ll have braces forever.

i want a novel focused around a character with braces during the apocalypse and the entire plot of the story revolves around their search for an orthodontist who is still alive and they sort of accidentally save the world in the process

My mother removed her braces when she was a kid. They didnt have enough money at the time so they used pliers :l

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science-junkie:

spmls:

Halite

March 1st, 2014

Devil’s Golf Course, Death Valley National Park, CA

Do you know what is the fastest way to recognize these evaporitic rocks? 
By the taste, of course, being halite the mineral form of sodium chloride (common salt).

Experts* say that the correct way to “savor” rocks (lol) is to wet a finger, touch the sample and then taste it. It’s important to limit the amount of substances ingested because there could be poisonous mineral salts. 

*And I say experts, because it is not advisable to go around and taste just any mineral.

Jesus christ Marie 

unimpressedcats:

laughingsquid:

Cat Obsessively Taps At Anything Made Out of Paper

Tap tap tap tap tap tap tap tap tap

HES A WRECKING MACHINE

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rick-sanchez:

camiekahle:

THIS IS THE BEST THING I HAVE EVER SEEN

I’VE BEEN TRYING TO FIND THIS FOR SEVEN YEARS

DO YOU UNDERSTAND HOW HARD IT IS TO ?????

(Source: mycroftly, via moosefix)

2010 tumblr:

Don't be racist or homophobic or sexist. Be kind and accepting.

2014 tumblr:

I'm more oppressed than you. Don't listen to white rappers. Sushi is cultural appropriation. Kill straight people.

science-junkie:

What is the Multiverse, and why do we think it exists? 

[…] Our observable Universe caps out at about 92 billion light-years in diameter, less than a thousand times as large in all directions as our previous scale. It contains some 10^80 atoms, clumped together in maybe a trillion galaxies, each with typically hundreds of billions of stars. But one of the most remarkable things about the Big Bang is that all of this, some 13.8 billion years ago, was once contained in a very small region of space, a region much smaller than our Solar System is today!

The thing that you might immediately wonder is whether there’s more Universe beyond the part that’s observable to us today, and — if so — how far does it go on? And what does it look like? And what are the physical laws in that part of the Universe?

Based on our observations of everything we’ve been able to see, from stars to galaxies to the leftover glow from the Big Bang to the matter in intergalactic space, we can learn some amazing things.

Read the full article by Ethan Siegel

ninjadeath:

Hell raiser


One of My favorite movie series

ninjadeath:

Hell raiser

One of My favorite movie series

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