1. mrbiggsproductions:

    theinturnetexplorer:

    could someone please make me a suit of chainmail using this method?

    I didnt know where this was going at first but then

    wow

    (via snarkeet)

     
  2. 1021girl:

    snickerdoodlesandsausages:

    enjolrasactual:

    in-love-with-my-bed:

    the-winchesters-creed:

    ayellowstateofmind:

    Imagine stabbing someone with this knife. 

    It would instantly cauterize the would, so the person wouldn’t bleed, so it’s not very useful.

    if you want information it is

    and above, in order, we see a gryffindor, a ravenclaw, and a slytherin

    why would you stab a PERSON when you can have TOAST?

    There’s the hufflepuff

    (Source: picapixels, via viper666)

     
  3. shigaretto:

    sailorp00n:

    rosydrops:

    Cleaning

    Money

    Health

    Emergency

    Food

    Home

    Job

    Travel

    Better You

    I’ve been living on my own for almost 4 years now and I have like 50 tabs open.

    Bless the person who put together this post, it ought to be made into a pamphlet for everyone in highschool/college.

    omg

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  6. tylerchokely:

    umq:

    oh.

    ive watched this over 100 times today and i dont plan to stop

    (via snarkeet)

     
     
  7. ajournalofimpossiblethings:

    marielikestodraw:

    lizawithazed:

    best. flashmob. ever.

    I am legit in tears.

    I love the absolute JOY on people’s face, it’s quite something.

    Perfect. 

    (Source: magneticpie, via moirfin)

     
     
  8. jtotheizzoe:

    murderotic:

    Iori Tomita - New World Transparent Specimens (2005-)

    Fisherman-turned-artist in Yokohama City, Japan, Tomita creates art using the skeletons of various dead marine specimens, which he preserves and then colors with bright shades of dye.

    The process strips down each creature to the toughest parts of its remains and Tomita has dyed more than 5,000 dead creatures since 2005, which is amazing, considering each piece takes at least a few weeks to complete, and some up to a year.

    "Although these are just transparent specimens, they’re filled with the drama of organisms which I have so much love for. I want people to enjoy the beauty of life, treat life with respect and understand that there is drama happening that is not centered on themselves when they look at the specimens. These specimens which you see here are actually animals that have died for some some reason or whose carcasses were discarded from pet shops or fishermen. I use those animals which passed away and repurpose them."

    Clearly amazing.

    (Source: likeafieldmouse, via virgo-bear)

     
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