lizedwardsart:

Urghhhhhhhh why
I changed:
Less passive/submissive/childlike(??) expressions on women who are meant to be getting shit done. No one is wearing an assault vest for a bra. Trousers are buttoned up. The woman on the right is no longer contorting herself uncomfortably. Her butt is no longer the main focus. No wedgie. Sigh.

lizedwardsart:

Urghhhhhhhh why

I changed:

Less passive/submissive/childlike(??) expressions on women who are meant to be getting shit done. No one is wearing an assault vest for a bra. Trousers are buttoned up. The woman on the right is no longer contorting herself uncomfortably. Her butt is no longer the main focus. No wedgie. Sigh.

older-and-far-away:

kirbomatic:

happy earth day friends

this is…the best possible use of this particular gif. 

older-and-far-away:

kirbomatic:

happy earth day friends

this is…the best possible use of this particular gif. 

sakimichan:

from two of my favorite Studio Ghibli films,

I give you prince mononoke and lady howl. I had alot of fun painting this ! hope you guys like.

Again please reblog from me if you want to share on your tumblr! I would greatly appreciate it ;w; ! <3 and thank you all for looking out for me from those who post my stuff without crediting me.

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toocooltobehipster:

this gif was serious until I saw the girl in the back with one eye blinking.

toocooltobehipster:

this gif was serious until I saw the girl in the back with one eye blinking.

flawless-emma:

Emma Watson - Late Show with David Letterman Arrivals - 25 March 2014

flawless-emma:

Emma Watson - Late Show with David Letterman Arrivals - 25 March 2014

catbountry:

Thpppbbft.

catbountry:

Thpppbbft.

wholesomeblogging:

i can’t stop laughing at this dumb shit omfg

meliabby:

justanotherklainer:

frozen-note:

I gave pixel-flux the original 151 (150 oops forgot slowpoke sorry) pokemon pictures and

help me

I’M DYIN G

I CAN’T BTEATHE 

HAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHAAHHHA 

Uncle Kracker - Follow Me
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myrandomplaylist:

Uncle Kracker | Follow Me

mineralists:

The Life Story of a Mineral Specimen
Chrysocolla is a secondary mineral of copper, yielding from a chemical reaction that takes eons to take place. It is most commonly found in veins, or growing in what is known as “botryoidal” habit: appearing bubbly and bulbous in nature. This particular specimen is a geode, or perhaps a vug; both of these are small pockets in solid stone where crystals have room to grow, rather than becoming concretions between rock layers.
This specimen appears to most likely be stalactites: rock formations made by drops of water seeping through the rock, taking mineral deposits with them, and leaving trace amounts of the mineral behind as it drips down. Over the course of centuries, these deposited minerals form thee stalactites you see there. What makes this specimen most interesting is that semi-translucent layer that covers the sky-blue Chrysocolla; this appears to be Quartz.
What would cause this change to occur? Several factors may have come into play, but the general cause was a change in mineral content in the water seeping through the rock. At the time of the Chrysocolla deposits, water - perhaps with a slight acidic content - was passing through a copper vein. Maybe the copper eroded away, or maybe water came from a different direction or through different rock; a rock rich in silicate material. If you’ve ever looked closely at sand, you’d have noticed the transparency of most of the grains. This is silica, the same substance Quartz is made of.
So, as the water sank through the rock and passed over the Chrysocolla stalactites, it encrusted them with beautiful translucent Quartz. At some point in time, the water flow stopped, ceasing the growth of the stalactites. This could have been hundreds or thousands of years ago, or as recently as it was mined. 

So this is how they grow dildos

mineralists:

The Life Story of a Mineral Specimen

Chrysocolla is a secondary mineral of copper, yielding from a chemical reaction that takes eons to take place. It is most commonly found in veins, or growing in what is known as “botryoidal” habit: appearing bubbly and bulbous in nature. This particular specimen is a geode, or perhaps a vug; both of these are small pockets in solid stone where crystals have room to grow, rather than becoming concretions between rock layers.

This specimen appears to most likely be stalactites: rock formations made by drops of water seeping through the rock, taking mineral deposits with them, and leaving trace amounts of the mineral behind as it drips down. Over the course of centuries, these deposited minerals form thee stalactites you see there. What makes this specimen most interesting is that semi-translucent layer that covers the sky-blue Chrysocolla; this appears to be Quartz.

What would cause this change to occur? Several factors may have come into play, but the general cause was a change in mineral content in the water seeping through the rock. At the time of the Chrysocolla deposits, water - perhaps with a slight acidic content - was passing through a copper vein. Maybe the copper eroded away, or maybe water came from a different direction or through different rock; a rock rich in silicate material. If you’ve ever looked closely at sand, you’d have noticed the transparency of most of the grains. This is silica, the same substance Quartz is made of.

So, as the water sank through the rock and passed over the Chrysocolla stalactites, it encrusted them with beautiful translucent Quartz. At some point in time, the water flow stopped, ceasing the growth of the stalactites. This could have been hundreds or thousands of years ago, or as recently as it was mined. 

So this is how they grow dildos

morganfreemanfreckles:

lowbutt:

MY SCIENCE TEACHER CAUGHT THE TABLE ON FIRE AND HES JUST STARING AT IT

#walterwhite

This is not how you read a caliper&#8230;

morganfreemanfreckles:

lowbutt:

MY SCIENCE TEACHER CAUGHT THE TABLE ON FIRE AND HES JUST STARING AT IT

#walterwhite

This is not how you read a caliper…