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jedavu:

Impressive Optical Illusion Graffiti That Trick You into Thinking They’re 3D

Created by Portuguese street artist Odeith 

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superwhovenging:

capslockapocalypse:

alyssaaraee:

EVERYONE STOP AND REALIZE !! THIS IS A BABY FOX!!!

*softly in baby talk* wa pa pa pa pa pa pow

*softly in baby talk*  ring ding ding ding ding ding 

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alafiyatried:

mrnargalicious:

tibby-wynter:

fartgallery:

i bet dragons would probably think it’s really cool that we produce water in our mouths

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That last image is too adorable to not reblog.

this is the cutest

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araceil:

lennydotdotdot:

I did not know that I needed to see this.

Tigershark

(Source: whiny-sugar-glider)

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macromvontus:

candiedmoon:

Seal befriends woman sitting on the beach - Video

this is the cutest thing ever and I can’t handle it

seals are literally puppies with flippers

(Source: sizvideos)

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With regards to some of your posts, you seem like your a stage hand/lighting guy, does working the shows change your opinion on artists and your enjoyment of shows you go to?
Anonymous asked

I am. I’m more or less a general stagehand, only thing I have yet to do is any sort of show rigging. I know the most about lighting though.

I’ve never thought worse of an artist after a show (yet), but there have been a handful that I’ve liked better as people afterwards.

After the show the artists do one of three things: go out the back avoiding all contact, walk directly past the stagehands and be on their way, or, in very rare cases, they walk past the stagehands and say a thank you. Those are the artists that I can still remember (Lil Wayne, Lady Gaga, Toby Keith, etc) and those are the ones for whom my opinion hasn’t necessarily changed, but I like better as people.

And I can’t say working the shows affects my enjoyment of the show too much, at least once the show gets started. At the same time I flat out don’t want to shell out money if it’s an artist who’s show I’ve worked, just because I’ve already done a lot more than simply see the show already. And I’ll almost certainly be talking about the lights or the set or something technical until the show starts.

Are you a stagehand yourself? If so I have the same questions to ask you. There are a couple of guys I work with who now completely refuse to watch concerts as an audience member. And most are a lot more picky about the shows they go see

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epic-humor:

will do anything for foood

(Source: poyzn)

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edens-blog:

imnotbatmanbutyoureclose:

cxbar:

edens-blog:

If you’re blue and you dont know where to go to why dont you go to Wallmart
(im an idiot)

this is the most important video on the tumblr

My favorite part is the lady in the background NOT NOTICING ANYTHING

that lady is my mother and 1000% used to my bullshit.

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