a game of stark children not listening to their fucking mother

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lurkerviolin:

theravennerd:

iandsharman:

The difference between nerds and geeks.

That’s it.  I found it.  The thing that finally made me actually understand the difference.

There it is. It has been said.

lurkerviolin:

theravennerd:

iandsharman:

The difference between nerds and geeks.

That’s it.  I found it.  The thing that finally made me actually understand the difference.

There it is. It has been said.

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asylum-art:

What If Star Wars Happened In Our World

It’s interesting and fun to see what people can do or think of doing with Photoshop. In this case the old historical pictures showing the first and second World War gained additional Star Wars elements.

With fast viewing it is hard to see that these photos are fake.

http://klyker.com/what-if-star-wars-happened-in-our-world-24-photos/
h8mym8:

Tony Hawk & Friends

h8mym8:

Tony Hawk & Friends

You know I’ll fight my corner,
And that tonight I’ll call ya,
After my blood is drowning in alcohol,
No, I just wanna hold ya.
— Ed Sheeran, Give Me Love (via introspectivepoet)

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astronomicalwonders:

A Galaxy Edge On - NGC 891

Galaxy NGC 891, or Caldwell 23, is an edge-on unbarred spiral galaxy about 30 million light-years away in the constellation Andromeda. It was discovered by William Herschel on October 6, 1784. The galaxy is a member of the NGC 1023 group of galaxies in the Local Supercluster.

NGC 891 looks as we think the Milky Way would look like when viewed edge-on (some astronomers have even noted how similar to NGC 891 our galaxy looks as seen from the Southern Hemisphere) and in fact both galaxies are considered very similar in terms of luminosity and size; studies of the dynamics of its molecular hydrogen have also proven the likely presence of a central bar. Despite this, recent high-resolution images of its dusty disk show unusual filamentary patterns. These patterns are extending into the halo of the galaxy, away from its galactic disk. Scientists presume that supernova explosions caused this interstellar dust to be thrown out of the galactic disk toward the halo.

Credit: NASA/ESA/Hubble

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tastefullyoffensive:

Movie Characters Taking Selfies in Classic Movie Scenes [video]

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"Go ahead, make my millennium."

Beetlejuice (1988)

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kcmendo:

SII *-* PORFAVOOOR

kcmendo:

SII *-* PORFAVOOOR

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beardstofuck:

Seriously my biggest fears when I’m dating someone ha