holy shit where do I buy one tho
i don’t even care that A&M invented it holy shit
gotta catch up, UT
All the men:
All the women:
All the lesbians:
All the gay men
perfect post is perfect
I love this post.
And holy crap on a cracker, I WANT ONE!
GIVE ME ONE NOW
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Lovely Literary Art Prints featuring quotes By Famous Authors by Evan Robertson
It’s been a whole year since I created these characters. Now the family has doubled, and I’ve made it into a blog (x). Gosh, look how far we’ve come.
deviantart posted this on facebook and this happened omfg
Wikipedia looks like he would be one of your rivals in pokemon
Wikipedia IS one of your rivals in pokemon
CLOTHING LIFE HACKS
BLESS THIS POST
BLESS THE PEOPLE WHO CAME UP WITH THIS
Cuz’ all gays should know how to dress up and take care of their clothes!
really cool… everyone should know this…
Kepler’s Cosmic Geometric Series by Tallmadge Doyle
About the project:
In an effort to determine the distances between planets in our solar system the great German Astronomer Johannes Kepler (1571-1630) determined that the planetary intervals are defined by the relationship between the five regular geometric solids.
In ancient geometry the regular solids held a special, almost sacred significance. Of particular interest to Kepler was their association with the four elements: the cube with Earth, Tetrahedron with Fire, Octahedron with Air, Icosahedron with Water as well as the dodecahedron’s association with the heavens. The Intention was to demonstrate that these geometrical forms were building blocks in creation.
Kepler built on the ideas of Copernicus, creating the fabric of a new system that paved the way for Newtonian theory. Retaining the sun as the focal point of our system, he described the planetary orbits, no longer in terms of circles, but ellipses. It is said that Kepler was seeking to discover the divinely instituted harmony that pervades the universe and binds its diverse parts into a concordant whole.
MEININGER Hotel Berlin Airport, Germany, by Petersen Architekten
"I was always a very serious child. I remember being, like, 13 and the girls were like, “Felicity is going to kiss Ben on the school field". It’s amazing I had any friends! Because I remember saying “Well, that’s stupid. It’s too young to mean anything. He doesn’t love her, and that’s just a waste of time."