Photo 11 Jul 652 notes

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Photo 10 Jul 552 notes laughingsquid:

A Fantastic Embroidery of a ‘Calvin and Hobbes’ Illustration
Photo 8 Jul 14,396 notes themarysue:

Why can’t this be real life?

themarysue:

Why can’t this be real life?

(Source: gigapower)

Photo 4 Jul 516 notes 
"I’m good enough. I’m smart enough. And doggone it, people like me." - Stuart Smalley

"I’m good enough. I’m smart enough. And doggone it, people like me." - Stuart Smalley

Video 28 Jun 5,504 notes

cracked:

Our perfect Saturday.

(Source: gameraboy)

Photo 26 Jun 5,188 notes superdames:

I love you, Catwoman.
—Batman #45 (1948) script by Bill Woolfolk, art by Charles Paris

superdames:

I love you, Catwoman.

—Batman #45 (1948) script by Bill Woolfolk, art by Charles Paris

via Greg Pak.
Photo 26 Jun 291 notes nprbooks:

smithsonianlibraries:

For Sloth week - Mama sloth and baby (awwwwwww.)
From Abbildungen zur Naturgeschichte Brasiliens

Happy Sloth Week! Take some time to enjoy some adorable slowness. For example:



You’re welcome.

nprbooks:

smithsonianlibraries:

For Sloth week - Mama sloth and baby (awwwwwww.)

From Abbildungen zur Naturgeschichte Brasiliens

Happy Sloth Week! Take some time to enjoy some adorable slowness. For example:

You’re welcome.

via NPR Books.
Video 22 Jun 902 notes

Depeche Mode - Enjoy The Silence.

(Source: bramantino)

Photo 22 Jun 755 notes cracked:

If T-Rexes had a weak point, it’s not the one you’re thinking of.
6 Dinosaurs We Just Found Out Had X-Men Powers

#6. Tyrannosaurus’ Cute Little Arms Could Rip You to Shreds
Though they were only slightly longer than an average man’s, you’ve got to remember that a T. rex’s arms were attached to nine salivating tons of pure, fabulous muscle. His biceps alone could curl 430 pounds apiece, and that’s not even taking into account the fact that those guns had backup in the form of the friggin’ nuclear weapons that were his chest and shoulder muscles. Paleontologists think that a T. rex’s arms were powerful enough to help him push his enormous body up from the ground after sleeping, or to latch onto a female T. rex during mating. If they’re strong enough to bone a T. rex with, those arms are more than strong enough to rip you apart like so much meaty Weetabix.

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cracked:

If T-Rexes had a weak point, it’s not the one you’re thinking of.

6 Dinosaurs We Just Found Out Had X-Men Powers

#6. Tyrannosaurus’ Cute Little Arms Could Rip You to Shreds

Though they were only slightly longer than an average man’s, you’ve got to remember that a T. rex’s arms were attached to nine salivating tons of pure, fabulous muscle. His biceps alone could curl 430 pounds apiece, and that’s not even taking into account the fact that those guns had backup in the form of the friggin’ nuclear weapons that were his chest and shoulder muscles. Paleontologists think that a T. rex’s arms were powerful enough to help him push his enormous body up from the ground after sleeping, or to latch onto a female T. rex during mating. If they’re strong enough to bone a T. rex with, those arms are more than strong enough to rip you apart like so much meaty Weetabix.

Read More

Photo 20 Jun 622 notes historicaltimes:

Burt Ward  and Adam West  photographed by Yale Joel on the set of the Batman movie, 1966

historicaltimes:

Burt Ward and Adam West photographed by Yale Joel on the set of the Batman movie, 1966


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