take some more tea

mad-music:

Claire is a rad chick and i liked her design enough to draw her

she seems so apathetic but she’s actually got a ton of school spirit

and ye

she cool

avatargemini530:

beifongoutlaw:

peppermintwinds:

senbo-sencho:

emimichelle:

lidlesseye:

freakingpotter:

H O W ?!

Holy shit

I keep trying to think of a good comment for this but I’m speechless, really.

My god.

emmyc:

neilcicierega:

http://www.reddit.com/r/MLPLounge/comments/rzd57/this_is_basically_the_saddest_day_in_the_history/

huhhh, apparently I shattered someone’s world by being annoyed at the Bronies for letting rape joke bullshit slide. I hold the radical opinion that you should not let your friends, or peers, be…

My bro is cool. If you’ve ever counted yourself as a “Brony”, just be aware of what you might be associating yourself with.

Someday I hope all these teenage boys grow up and mature into good human beings, conscientious of how they impact others. You can still grow up, even if you are in your 30s

bobbycaputo:

100 Portraits of Women and Men Between the Ages of 1 and 100

1 to 100 Years Project is an awesome portrait project by Belgian photographer Edouard Janssens in which he photographed 100 women and 100 men at each age between 1 and 100. His goal was to show the aging process in a positive manner and to provide an interesting visualization of the link between generations. He didn’t handpick the subjects either — all the participants volunteered through the project’s website (excluding the kids, of course).

Interestingly enough, Janssens himself appears in the project — his self-portrait can be seen at number 50 on the men’s side.

The photographs were also arranged into slideshow videos:

prostheticknowledge:

What happens when a tree branch falls onto a powerline?

Answer: Dramatic Annihilation

Only 17 seconds long - stick to the end.

sickofbeinglonely:

doctorscience:

foxstitches:

theoriginalspike:

helloyoucreatives:

Photorealism - Unbelievable, but these are no photos, these are super realistic looking oil paintings by the American artist Doug Bloodworth

My mind has been fucked.

I love how the first thing I notice is that on the Hershey’s bar, the individual rectangles of chocolate don’t have “HERSHEY’S” on them

i was like ‘why are those oreos so perfect’ and then i read why omg

whaaaaaat