queenelxa:

notthedisneyyourelookingfor:

thegapperproject:

wobblywibbly:

frozendailydose:

dosageofdisney:

I was not expecting that!

I don’t think anyone was expecting that!

IT GOT BETTER

much better.

(via panicbroadcast)

Timestamp: 1400484174

queenelxa:

notthedisneyyourelookingfor:

thegapperproject:

wobblywibbly:

frozendailydose:

dosageofdisney:

I was not expecting that!

I don’t think anyone was expecting that!

IT GOT BETTER

much better.

(via panicbroadcast)

asgardian-impala:

THIS IS THE SMOOTHEST THING I’VE EVER SEEN HTE FRICK

(Source: ruinedchildhood, via homeworkinterlude)

rabioheab:

earlier this year 2 boys got expelled from my school for going on a teachers email and sending another teacher an email that says “you’re a disgusting little man” and i laugh about it all the time because imagine opening an email from your coworker and thinking it’s important and then it says that

(via notsufferingfrominsanity)

29 plays
  • Trackname:

    Never Going Back Again
  • Artist:

    Fleetwood Mac

glitterpotato:

Cover of the DVD Vessel by Björk. Via Wikipedia.

(via chodeboy)

Timestamp: 1400480662

glitterpotato:

Cover of the DVD Vessel by Björk. Via Wikipedia.

(via chodeboy)

archiemcphee:

The Department of Miniature Marvels is thrilled to discover that they can add gardening to their list of work-related hobbies. A recent trend in Japan has people raising itty-bitty bonsai plants less than 3cm in height. Called cho-mini bonsai, or ultra-small bonsai, they’re the perfect green hobby for people who don’t have much gardening space or simply love exquisitely teeny-tiny things. The completely kawaii pots, wee gardening supplies and mini display shelves that are made for cultivating cho-mini bonsai are almost as awesome as the tiny plants and trees themselves.

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(via wheredidy0ugo-deactivated201406)

Timestamp: 1400479328

archiemcphee:

The Department of Miniature Marvels is thrilled to discover that they can add gardening to their list of work-related hobbies. A recent trend in Japan has people raising itty-bitty bonsai plants less than 3cm in height. Called cho-mini bonsai, or ultra-small bonsai, they’re the perfect green hobby for people who don’t have much gardening space or simply love exquisitely teeny-tiny things. The completely kawaii pots, wee gardening supplies and mini display shelves that are made for cultivating cho-mini bonsai are almost as awesome as the tiny plants and trees themselves.

Visit RocketNews24 for additional images.

(via wheredidy0ugo-deactivated201406)