expressions-of-nature:

Lost & Found by: Alexis Coram

clitorito:

The last one

(Source: pleatedjeans, via radical-illusion)

nottheaverageasian:

pentafrog:

nottheaverageasian:

the-girl-that-died:

shesmorethanyouknow:

tricksterjaneycrocker:

stugahtsz:

juncko:

madmeinabluebox:

forever-pretty-awkward:

Ways to kill your enemies

I know way too much about killing people because of this website

I STILL DON’T UNDERSTAND HOW THESE INVISIBLE BALLS ARE SUPPOSED TO KILL YOU???? 250K NOTES DOES ANYBODY ACTUALLY KNOW

by swallowing the water without the knowledge of the balls’ presence, you’re basically destined to choke on them

bubble tea of death

Bubble tea of death

Also the marbles absorb water, so once they get inside you, they’ll start expanding even more and basically take all the fluid out of your body and you’ll very slowly dehydrate to death.

i have these and i put them in my cousin’s water and she spit them out and choked me

did you just try to murder your cousin?

*sweats nervously*
d0pefashi0n:

😍
fill-my-void:

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onceuponatown:

Vintage dissections: Corpses and medical students.

(via vetstudent-microbiologymaniac)

newsweek:

“Initially, I focused on breathing,” she recalls. “Then as I went down, I started to relax. I could see a group of human-like figures with their heads up as if they were looking up at me from below. As I got closer, I could see red, green and blue coral growing from the heads and bodies. I was amazed by the brightly colored fish swimming between the figures that were standing at the bottom of the sea. It was as if the life-sized sculptures were coming alive.” 

This dive was Shoebridge’s first encounter with the spectacular work of British-Guyanan underwater artist Jason deCaires Taylor, which has been compared to that of fellow Briton Antony Gormley (famous for the 66-foot-tall Angel of the North statue in Gateshead, England). 

An Underwater Art Scene Blossoms in the Ocean (Complete gallery) 

urgetocreate:

Andre Derain, “The Thames, Westminster Bridge”, 1906
urgetocreate:

 henri manguin, open window over the sea
bofransson:

Giovanni Giacometti, (Stampa 1868 - 1933 Glion) Paesaggio di Bregaglia (novembre). Bergell landscape. 1924