(Source: best-of-memes)


I read about this woman who had her face photoshopped by people from 27 different countries to compare their standards of beauty and I thought I’d have a go myself. 
The girl above is my version and the one below is the original. 
Also if you want to see the original article and what the actual professional people did here’s the link

thesochillnetwork:

Proof Voldemort really was an asshole

People who can watch both screens when playing mario kart are the incarnation of evil.

taliabobalia:

jusky:

We will rock you!

This made me hear something with my eyes instead of my ears.

that’s the power of queen, my friend.

BUDDY YOU’RE A BOY MAKE A BIG NOISE

PLAYIN’ IN THE STREET 

GONNA BE A BIG MAN SOME DAY

YOU GOT MUD ON YO’ FACE

YOU BIG DISGRACE

KICKIN’ YOUR CAN ALL OVER THE PLACE

(Source: tolunaykaya)

sexpectinq:

new school year

new alcohol 

chromedomed:

legomance:

how many ants are need to fill an apartment

tenants

(Source: thrandilf)

sorman:

kalynnemarie:

DAD NO

OMFG

What the fuck is fire?

I literally spent years of my life trying to figure out what the hot flickering yellow/orange (and sometimes blue) glowing thing actually was. I thought that other people might wonder the same thing so I’m going to have a go at explaining it.

Warning: This is kind of going to get a bit science-y; try to stay with me.

So the first thing I’m going to try and explain is the glowing. Essentially when something is hotter than its surroundings it will transfer heat to them by several processes, one of which radiation.

The radiation emitted is known as electromagnetic radiation and the type of radiation you get depends on what is heated and how hot it is. Your body, for example, emits this radiation in the infra-red range, which is why you can use infra-red cameras to locate people in the dark. The fire you see contains radiation in the visible spectrum which is radiation that our eyes are able to process, also known as light. Fire is pretty much air that is so hot it glows.

Now, why is it hot? The heat comes from a type of chemical reaction know as combustion reaction, where an oxidant, usually oxygen from the air, is reacted to form a new product. But, like any chemical reaction, a certain amount of energy is required to start off the reaction. Which is why you would start a fire using a match or a spark. Once it’s started, combustion reactions product heat.

Lastly, the flickering effect which is caused by convection currents in the air. Convection is another process of transferring heat, where hot fluid expands and becomes less dense the fluid around it and so moves upward. The colder fluid which fills its place is then heated and a cycle is created. In zero gravity conditions there are no convection currents, so fire forms in a spherical shape.

 So to summarise. Fire is essentially a fuel combusting with oxygen which heats air up so much that it glows and forms air currents. Pretty fucking awesome.


hesmuchmoreimportant:

Textpost Edits: Tenth Doctor edition

(Source: braindead)


a-night-in-wonderland:

Video.


nichole337vevo:

she needs an oscar

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