sarcasticskull:

evolution of Ragnar Lothbrok’s tattoos

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not-so-secret-nerd:

and-forever211:

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childofwestwind:

taekoyasuhiro:

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friend ?????!?

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fr iend!! !!!

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im coming friend

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im here i love u

not-so-secret-nerd

*flailing* asddfgghjhk!! 

I want one!

That things actually kinda cute lol what kinda animal is it?

It’s an arctic weasel! =D A close cousin to the ferret. I love them so much. Use to have two ferrets a couple of years ago and one was white just like this little guy. 

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8bitfuture:

Here’s a blast from the past: Facebook’s homepage, at launch in 2004.

8bitfuture:

Here’s a blast from the past: Facebook’s homepage, at launch in 2004.

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evilswan:

"You’re the man in charge, but I’m in charge of you, remember?"

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darkniflheim:

Anatomy of a battle scene | Lagertha/Katheryn Winnick

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foldswithinfolds:

"Double Heart" designed by Megumi and Steve Biddle.Folded by Annalisa from a 15cm sheet of kami.Instructions found in Essential Origami by Steve and Megumi Biddle.
In preparation for teaching my origami class, I went through several different beginning origami books available at the local library to see which ones might be worth recommending to the girls. Essential Origami is definitely worth recommending. Instead of arranging the entire book from easiest to hardest, they picked a traditional base for each chapter to focus on, then diagrammed several different models (both traditional and original) that build off that base. It’s a very effective setup. As I was flipping through, I found this model and thought it looked sweet, so I made it.

foldswithinfolds:

"Double Heart" designed by Megumi and Steve Biddle.
Folded by Annalisa from a 15cm sheet of kami.
Instructions found in Essential Origami by Steve and Megumi Biddle.

In preparation for teaching my origami class, I went through several different beginning origami books available at the local library to see which ones might be worth recommending to the girls. Essential Origami is definitely worth recommending. Instead of arranging the entire book from easiest to hardest, they picked a traditional base for each chapter to focus on, then diagrammed several different models (both traditional and original) that build off that base. It’s a very effective setup. As I was flipping through, I found this model and thought it looked sweet, so I made it.

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— 4 days ago with 13 notes