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15 Sep 17:32

Hey Oscar Wilde!

by turn
15 Sep 21:15

Tove - Chapter 1 - Page 31

by admin@tovecomic.com (Severin Piehl)
New comic!
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 Femhamu, is... is that your idea of reassuring someone?

14 Sep 18:26

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14 Sep 21:23

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14 Sep 22:43

pavlov77

by turn
02 Sep 04:48

Mr.Knocky

by MAYWADENKI
14 Sep 01:26

Next Gravity Falls episode, watch it!http://youtu.be/oIKcyM4Ntn0



Next Gravity Falls episode, watch it!

http://youtu.be/oIKcyM4Ntn0

10 Sep 18:02

A Rube Goldberg Machine Powered by Light and Magnifying Glasses

by Christopher Jobson

This slick commercial for Japanese high-speed optical internet service au Hikari has a pretty novel take on the Rube Goldberg Machine. Each sequence in the device is powered (or otherwise set in motion) by a single beam of light sent through magnifying glasses and mirrors to burn strings, pop balloons, and melt bits of ice. Even if you’re Rube Goldberg’d out lately, this is worth a watch. (via The Kid Should See This)

08 Sep 21:37

2creepychihuahuas: illbeyourfavouritedrug: heathyr: partybarackisinthehousetonight: my life...

2creepychihuahuas:

illbeyourfavouritedrug:

heathyr:

partybarackisinthehousetonight:

my life changed forever when i found out the word “slang” was actually slang for “shortened language”

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so slang is slang for slang

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11 Sep 14:40

slaughterlord: The Ayam Cemani Chicken is notable for a couple...



slaughterlord:

The Ayam Cemani Chicken is notable for a couple of things. First of all, partially due to its rarity, especially outside of its native Indonesia, one Ayam Cemani will run you about $2,500. Second, it is clearly the chicken of Our Dark Lord and Savior Satan! The birds exhibit the genetic condition “fibromelanosis,” which renders them totally black—we’re talking feathers, skin, organs, bones, the works. Only their blood is red, albeit a very dark shade.



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12 Sep 19:11

thecwst: Thunder

12 Sep 22:56

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11 Sep 20:19

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11 Sep 10:44

doing hourly comics today for no reason (they’re fun)



doing hourly comics today for no reason (they’re fun)

10 Sep 20:02

Scott C., Master of Pop Culture. Recent as well as older...









Scott C., Master of Pop Culture.

Recent as well as older paintings and illustrations from a master of pop culture, Scott C. (Previously on Supersonic).  See  more below!

Scott C.

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Scott C.: Tumblr | Website

10 Sep 17:55

tracer bullet marries stupendous man

by kris

20140910-calvin

(between sobs) miss wormwood bequeaths the school to hobbes, who (sputtering, crying) turns it into a foster home for orphaned f-4 phantoms

i don’t have enough flying tear symbols in the world to show how beautiful this is and what a fitting real ending to calvin and hobbes this is

10 Sep 04:00

Now what you hear is not a test: I'm talking on the phone! So Watson, come back ov-er here, and make these words well-known

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September 10th, 2014: Did you know that I have ITEMS for you? I will sell you one or more items. If you are interested in items, good news!!

– Ryan

09 Sep 22:26

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08 Sep 16:58

‘Os Gemeos’ Converts Industrial Silos in Vancouver into Towering Giants

by Christopher Jobson

Os Gemeos Converts Industrial Silos in Vancouver into Towering Giants Vancouver street art murals
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Os Gemeos Converts Industrial Silos in Vancouver into Towering Giants Vancouver street art murals
Photo by roaming-the-planet

Os Gemeos Converts Industrial Silos in Vancouver into Towering Giants Vancouver street art murals

Os Gemeos Converts Industrial Silos in Vancouver into Towering Giants Vancouver street art murals
Photos by roaming-the-planet

Os Gemeos Converts Industrial Silos in Vancouver into Towering Giants Vancouver street art murals

Os Gemeos Converts Industrial Silos in Vancouver into Towering Giants Vancouver street art murals

Os Gemeos Converts Industrial Silos in Vancouver into Towering Giants Vancouver street art murals

Os Gemeos Converts Industrial Silos in Vancouver into Towering Giants Vancouver street art murals

First a Boeing 747, and now an industrial complex on a Vancover island; it seems no canvas is too large for Brazilian graffiti artists Os Gemeos who were invited to the Vancouver Biennale to turn six multi-story silos on Granville Island into their trademark ‘Giants.’ The murals on the 70-foot towers are now the largest paintings ever attempted by the pair, an astounding feat considering Os Gemeos completely donated a month of their time to create the non-profit art project. An Indiegogo fundraising campaign to recoup costs associated with painting the silos has been extremely successful. You can see more over on Arrested Motion.

08 Sep 17:35

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08 Sep 18:45

The Truth About Icebergs

08 Sep 04:01

479 – Contagious

by Drunken-Novice

479 – Contagious

-”Can you grant an old dying man one last wish?”
-”Anything, grandpa, we’re here for you.”
-”when I’m gone, promise me *cough*”
-”Promise you what, grandpa?”
-Promise me… Promise me that you will all kill yourselves.”
-”wha…?”
-peeeeeeeeeeeeeeep-

I’ve thought about how I’d like to go out a lot.

The Twogag Facebook Page will outlive us all. Statistically it already has some of you.

08 Sep 09:00

Microscope

by Wes + Tony

‘’I LEFT THAT LIFE A LONG TIME AGO’’

I can’t believe someone invented the microscope. At some point in human history, some Dutch dude grafted a few lenses together and started looking at everything he could find. Could you imagine that reaction? You’re living your life, then suddenly discover that there are billions upon billions of microbes swimming around in your water? Talk about terrifying. And you don’t even know if the microbes are SMART or have FEELINGS and DREAMS. So every time you mop up a puddle you could be causing an adorable little genocide.

The best part is that the Dutch dude wasn’t even a biologist or scientist. He was a guy who made a microscope and went around blowing his own mind all day. Those really were the Wild West days of science. Sure, people were dying of simple infections, but you could be the first to discover things like gravity.

wes

06 Sep 23:08

Kingdom Lost

by boulet
Randy Laue

Worth the read if you have time.










































05 Sep 22:38

☽ вℓoo∂, мιℓк + sкy ☾

by turbo2000
05 Sep 22:52

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05 Sep 22:58

4nimalparty: - (by Luc Rousseau)

05 Sep 22:54

eccellenze-italiane: Ponte Vecchio - Old Bridge by Andrea Bosio...