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Things I (re)blog: pretty pictures, silly/'funny' images, pokemon, roses, LoTR, 'politics', opinions, tigers, superheroes, birds (mostly owls), intriguing quotes, lions, opinions, video games (AssCreed & KH & Halo & RE), my face, and anime. - ~

 

phoneus:

mom is on a business trip, just sends this to me, no message, no subject, just emails me this pic

phoneus:

mom is on a business trip, just sends this to me, no message, no subject, just emails me this pic

ejakeulati0n:

ejakeulati0n:

so i was in choir today and this dude wouldn’t get away from the piano but i needed to find my starting pitch so i told him to play me a d and he didn’t listen to me so i yelled “I NEED THE D, CARL” and then i realized what i said

hey y’all

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i got carl to give me the d

official-enjolras:

*Tries to sing Cosette’s part*

*shatters three windows, kills four people, destroys a house*

with-both-my-hearts:

shootingstarsblessing:

Do you ever just stop and think

Would my favourite character actually like me as a person?

Do you ever just stop and think

Would I like this character if they were a real person?

honeyflowed:

blackcreaturefromthelagoon:

"why do black girls smack their lips and roll their necks all the time" idk why do white boys fuck their pets and shoot their classmates

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mcporno:

it’s ironic how middle school boys will make fun of the gay kid but then draw dicks on literally everything

guccikeychain:

someone shouted “do it for the vine” at the train station earlier and i was afraid for my fucking life

archiemcphee:

Check out that awesome googly-eyed velociraptor! He’s a giant industrial origami project called KitRex and he was created by Lehigh University grad student Lisa Glover.

"KitRex began as a homework assignment where I was asked to research a manufacturing process and demonstrate it in a unique way. I decided to research Industrial Origami, and over the course of 50 hours I designed, cut, and built a wearable 15-ft long velociraptor out of cardboard. I took him to a costume ball, and when I tromped into the room, literally everyone stopped to stare. He was the star of the evening, and everyone wanted one. I knew I had to do something."

Lisa then started (and successfully funded) a KitRex Kickstarter project to help her mass-produce an adorable 3-foot-long KitRex (since most people don’t have the space for a 15-ft paper dino). After months of prototyping and testing with kids between 8 - 12 years old, the final KitRex was born as a bristol board model that’s easily flat-packed and shipped anywhere (But you have to add your own googly eyes). A few lucky Kickstarter contributors were rewarded with giant 15-foot KitRexes of their very own.

Lisa isn’t quite ready to ship the KitRex, but for the time being you can click here to download a free pattern that fits on a standard 8x10 sheet of paper. It’ll be like playing with a dino hatchling.

[via Uproxx and KitRex]