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kite117:

And I would have gotten away with it too if it weren’t for you meddling kids and your talking dog
Aug 28, 2014 / 189,007 notes

kite117:

And I would have gotten away with it too if it weren’t for you meddling kids and your talking dog

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Aug 28, 2014 / 129,008 notes

cataradical:

i will return for the child within one month

this is your warning

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letyoursoul:

thyartisdisney:

LABRATHOR

HE IS SO WORTHY
Aug 11, 2014 / 181,216 notes

letyoursoul:

thyartisdisney:

LABRATHOR

HE IS SO WORTHY

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hungryhungryhiddles:

travelingbythoughts:

this is the greatest thing i’ve ever seen

THIS GIF LITERALLY JUST MADE MY ENTIRE WEEK A THOUSAND TIMES BETTER
Aug 11, 2014 / 968,458 notes

hungryhungryhiddles:

travelingbythoughts:

this is the greatest thing i’ve ever seen

THIS GIF LITERALLY JUST MADE MY ENTIRE WEEK A THOUSAND TIMES BETTER

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gifprincess:

When in doubt, pinky out!
Aug 11, 2014 / 48,939 notes

gifprincess:

When in doubt, pinky out!

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Aug 10, 2014 / 204,806 notes

illkim:

Summer expectations

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Summer reality

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Aug 10, 2014 / 200,624 notes

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cosmicvastness:

NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day 2014 August 6
Saturn’s Swirling Cloudscape
Acquiring its first sunlit views of far northern Saturn in late 2012, the Cassini spacecraft’s wide-angle camera recorded this stunning, false-color image of the ringed planet’s north pole. The composite of near-infrared image data results in red hues for low clouds and green for high ones, giving the Saturnian cloudscape a vivid appearance. Enormous by terrestrial standards, Saturn’s north polar hurricane-like storm is deep, red, and about 2,000 kilometers wide. Clouds at its outer edge travel at over 500 kilometers per hour. Other atmospheric vortices also swirl inside the large, yellowish green, six-sided jet stream known as the hexagon. Beyond the cloud tops at the upper right, arcs of the planet’s eye-catching rings appear bright blue.
Aug 10, 2014 / 47 notes

cosmicvastness:

NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day 2014 August 6

Saturn’s Swirling Cloudscape

Acquiring its first sunlit views of far northern Saturn in late 2012, the Cassini spacecraft’s wide-angle camera recorded this stunning, false-color image of the ringed planet’s north pole. The composite of near-infrared image data results in red hues for low clouds and green for high ones, giving the Saturnian cloudscape a vivid appearance. Enormous by terrestrial standards, Saturn’s north polar hurricane-like storm is deep, red, and about 2,000 kilometers wide. Clouds at its outer edge travel at over 500 kilometers per hour. Other atmospheric vortices also swirl inside the large, yellowish green, six-sided jet stream known as the hexagon. Beyond the cloud tops at the upper right, arcs of the planet’s eye-catching rings appear bright blue.

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The colliding Antennae galaxies
Aug 10, 2014 / 77 notes

space-wallpapers:

The colliding Antennae galaxies

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