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doodlesaresketcheswithnoodles:

Daily doodle #391 - Nick Fury’s new eye

I’m sorry I’m not sorry

30 minutes ago on April 23rd | J | 52,842 notes

zuzuhiddles:

There are things about the Spongebob movie I wanted to know about. 

This is not one of those things.

1 hour ago on April 23rd | J | 134,687 notes

xalphax12:

therisingroad:

Video Game fan art by Patrick Bown (part 1)

Fantastic

1 hour ago on April 23rd | J | 2,837 notes

askthederpvengers:

Apparently I can’t tell the difference between stuffed toy and stuffed animal in some of these… 

2 hours ago on April 23rd | J | 49,497 notes
ask-the-fearling-rapunzel:

I will NEVER stop reblogging this.

ask-the-fearling-rapunzel:

I will NEVER stop reblogging this.

3 hours ago on April 23rd | J | 242,645 notes
sophiaphilemon:

bracha-ncc1701:

sophiaphilemon:

bracha-ncc1701:

MY GIRLFRIEND IS FUCKING INSANE

No it would be instantaneous and then your body would float around those big colorful nebulas and you could get to other galaxies and maybe become part of a moon or get incinerated in a star or fall into a black hole.
You could become part of an asteroid and impact on a moon and your microscopic dust remains are scattered all over the crater.
You could become part of a star and undergo nuclear fission and turn into hydrogen and your body is a tiny fraction of the process of the star and you make light for the universe and then the star ages and your atoms get turned into iron and then the star goes supernova and you’re spewed across the universe as space dust.
You could land of a kind-of habitable planet and your DNA survives as you start to decompose and in a few million years the primitive life forms of your body become science’s greatest mystery for humankind.
You could be found by an alien civilization who’s also wondering ‘are we alone in the universe’ and suddenly they know they’re not because woah processed materials and tools and crazy-developed processing centers woah and then in a couple thousand years they make first contact because of the space-travelling cultural revolution your corpse prompted in their society and the humans of the future go ‘how did you get all these spaceships and junk’ and they reverently pull out your body and you are interred with great fanfare and people make you statues and holidays and stuff.
Your body could end up literally anywhere in the universe and you’d be the first human there because who said you had to be alive huh?
SPACE

What is wrong with you

ABSOLUTELY NOTHING

sophiaphilemon:

bracha-ncc1701:

sophiaphilemon:

bracha-ncc1701:

MY GIRLFRIEND IS FUCKING INSANE

No it would be instantaneous and then your body would float around those big colorful nebulas and you could get to other galaxies and maybe become part of a moon or get incinerated in a star or fall into a black hole.

You could become part of an asteroid and impact on a moon and your microscopic dust remains are scattered all over the crater.

You could become part of a star and undergo nuclear fission and turn into hydrogen and your body is a tiny fraction of the process of the star and you make light for the universe and then the star ages and your atoms get turned into iron and then the star goes supernova and you’re spewed across the universe as space dust.

You could land of a kind-of habitable planet and your DNA survives as you start to decompose and in a few million years the primitive life forms of your body become science’s greatest mystery for humankind.

You could be found by an alien civilization who’s also wondering ‘are we alone in the universe’ and suddenly they know they’re not because woah processed materials and tools and crazy-developed processing centers woah and then in a couple thousand years they make first contact because of the space-travelling cultural revolution your corpse prompted in their society and the humans of the future go ‘how did you get all these spaceships and junk’ and they reverently pull out your body and you are interred with great fanfare and people make you statues and holidays and stuff.

Your body could end up literally anywhere in the universe and you’d be the first human there because who said you had to be alive huh?

SPACE

What is wrong with you

ABSOLUTELY NOTHING

4 hours ago on April 23rd | J | 80,353 notes
4 hours ago on April 23rd | J | 245,564 notes

rakewn:

MEME LE MEME

IF I HAD WRITTEN KILL LA KILL IT WOULD HAVE BEEN SO GOOD. REPLACE ALL THE GROSS STUFF WITH MEMES. A++++++++++++

5 hours ago on April 23rd | J | 13,389 notes
Tagged as: #klk #lol 

ami-angelwings:

nonexistentially:

*SHOTS FIRED*

A feminist just changed your crappy joke into a much better one.

6 hours ago on April 23rd | J | 175,278 notes

your-mind-is-nirvana:

kioskstuck:

phoebebuffayvevo:

Princess Morbucks serving some truth tea. 

how come she has fingers but none of the main characters of the show do?

She could afford to buy fingers

7 hours ago on April 23rd | J | 202,932 notes
mistralcity:

wow i forgot about these 

mistralcity:

wow i forgot about these 

7 hours ago on April 23rd | J | 217 notes

medicalwatson:

sixpenceee:

If you thought the post on twins sharing consciousness was awesome, wait until you hear this.

A 44-year-old French man one day went to the trip to the doctor’s because he felt a pain in his left leg. He’s a married man with two kids and a steady job.

Doctor’s found that he had hydrocephalus as a child (when your brain is filled with fluids) so they decided to run some brain scans.

What they found was that the majority of his head was filled with fluid. Over time, the buildup caused his lateral ventricles to swell so much that his brain had been flattened to a thin sheet.

Doctors estimated that his brain mass had been reduced by at most 70%, affecting the areas in charge of motion, language, emotion, and, well, everything.

Shockingly, he was fine. While his IQ was only 75, he wasn’t mentally challenged. He held a steady job, raised a family, and didn’t have trouble interacting with others.

Over time, his brain had adapted to all that pressure, and even though he had fewer neurons that most, Jacques was still a fully functional human being.

The doctors drained the fluid and while his brain is much smaller now, he is still a healthy individual with a normal life.

SOURCE

WHAT

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hazelxfaerie:

iraffiruse:

[via]

im screaming

10 hours ago on April 23rd | J | 80,268 notes