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lameboy109:

tomoya—okazaki-kun:

merylstreepismymom:

whats a W anchor? must be a boat joke

W anchor
Wanker is a term that literally means “one who wanks (masturbates)” but has since become a general insult. It is a pejorative term of English origin common in Britain and other parts of the English-speaking world, including Ireland, Australia and New Zealand. It initially referred to an “onanist" and is synonymous with the word tosser.[1]

lameboy109:

tomoya—okazaki-kun:

merylstreepismymom:

whats a W anchor? must be a boat joke

W anchor


Wanker is a term that literally means “one who wanks (masturbates)” but has since become a general insult. It is a pejorative term of English origin common in Britain and other parts of the English-speaking world, including IrelandAustralia and New Zealand. It initially referred to an “onanist" and is synonymous with the word tosser.[1]

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fashion-clue:

www.fashionclue.net | Fashion Tumblr, Street Wear & Outfits

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rollership:

Cite 34, Combination restaurant, bar, and real estate office, Photo: Lloyd Kahn

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a-martian-chronicle:

adr0itness:

beyondthewavves:

"Please Doctor, it’s the only medicine we’ve got.”

OH MY FUCKING GOD THIS IS BALTO.. 978 OTHER PEOPLE HAVE REBLOGGED THIS THAT MEANS THERE ARE MORE PEOPLE WHO LOVE THIS FUCKING MOVIE. EVERYTIME I ASK PEOPLE IF THEY REMEMBER IT THEY THINK I’M TALKING ABOUT BOLT AND IT KILLS ME INSIDE

i have hope

I don’t think I ever watched this :(

Baltooooo

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ottermatopoeia:

penis-hilton:

congratulations snow white that’s fucking unsanitary as shit

enjoy your bird shit pie bitch

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cjwho:

Aki Inomata’s | Crystalline 3D Printed Hermit Crab Shells are Inspired by the World’s Architectural Wonders

Inomata starting thinking about the transitory habits of hermit crabs and their shells when the French Embassy moved in Tokyo and its land transitioned from French to Japanese ownership and then back again. Since hermit crabs often switch shells (and they can go back to a shell chosen earlier in life), the artist compared the two issues. She used 3D printing technology to design crystalline shells inspired by architecture to illustrate the concept.

First, Inomata CT scanned unoccupied shells abandoned by the hermit crabs to gain insight in their interior shape. The files were then manipulated with 3D modeling software, and combined with architectural shapes, including Tokyo-style buildings, French apartments, casinos and even delicate flowers. The designs were 3D printed in clear plastic to lend them a jewel-like aesthetic that displays the colors of the crabs inside. The hermit crabs were then presented with the plastic shells, and they could choose their own homes.

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