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thistickles:

Love it.

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mermaid613:

saphirap-indie:

royalteens:

jesus did not die for this

the more I stare at it the funnier it gets

This is wonderful.

mermaid613:

saphirap-indie:

royalteens:

jesus did not die for this

the more I stare at it the funnier it gets

This is wonderful.

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keyblade-crafter:

Character keyblade gifs. I have one for every key (I think) in kh1, 2, CoM, and BBS

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ruineshumaines:

Liz Climo on Tumblr.

Previoulsy: 1 - 2

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losingitwithcassandra:

Bill nye is the homie!

losingitwithcassandra:

Bill nye is the homie!

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sandandglass:

Daily Show correspondent Michael Che tries to find a safe place to report from.

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malformalady:

The amazing zig-zag fishtank installed in the call centre of the aptly named Freshwater Software company office in Boulder, Colorado. A former employee of the company, Christina Gillman, said on the eXtreme Aquatics Facebook page: ‘This office was primarily used as a call center, so the tanks provided great background/white noise for us to conduct business. ‘We had many types of fish, ranging from Cichilds, catfish, tiger fish, menos, and more. The tank, built in 2000, sadly no longer exists. Freshwater was bought out by another company which closed the offices in 2008. Via Twisted Sifter

malformalady:

The amazing zig-zag fishtank installed in the call centre of the aptly named Freshwater Software company office in Boulder, Colorado. A former employee of the company, Christina Gillman, said on the eXtreme Aquatics Facebook page: ‘This office was primarily used as a call center, so the tanks provided great background/white noise for us to conduct business. ‘We had many types of fish, ranging from Cichilds, catfish, tiger fish, menos, and more. The tank, built in 2000, sadly no longer exists. Freshwater was bought out by another company which closed the offices in 2008. Via Twisted Sifter