REALITYONSTRIKE

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people love their flowers

people love their flowers

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evilwezil:

nwroth:

thispleasesmorbo:

jolly-plaguefather:

catsnorfle:

Photos of Patrick Stewart doing things.

(All photos: @SirPatStew)

He is a hero.

magic

Sir Patrick “cotton candy mustache” Stewart

I like to connect them all together like its a children’s book without the subtitles. “Patrick Stewart’s Really Busy Day”

id read it to my kids…

randompanser:

kiapurity:

onlyalittlelion:

iwonteverbehappyagain:

Fashion is coming

I have been googling to see if this is fake and so far all signs point to This Is A Real Thing That Has Happened

Waiting for someone to go “YOU KNOW NOTHING ABOUT FASHION, JON SNOW.”

Is that Lisa Frank? 

It indeed is 

randompanser:

kiapurity:

onlyalittlelion:

iwonteverbehappyagain:

Fashion is coming

I have been googling to see if this is fake and so far all signs point to This Is A Real Thing That Has Happened

Waiting for someone to go “YOU KNOW NOTHING ABOUT FASHION, JON SNOW.”

Is that Lisa Frank? 

It indeed is 

fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

Sunglint on the ocean surface can sometimes reveal different patterns in wave conditions. In the satellite photo above, we see the Canary Islands with wavering silvery wakes stretching to the southwest. The predominant wind direction over the islands is from the northeast. The rocky islands act as a wind-break, redirecting the flow and shadowing the ocean in their wake from much of it. As a result, fewer waves are stirred up in the islands’ wakes, thereby changing the local surface  reflection properties and making this image possible. (Photo credit: NASA Earth Observatory)

fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

Sunglint on the ocean surface can sometimes reveal different patterns in wave conditions. In the satellite photo above, we see the Canary Islands with wavering silvery wakes stretching to the southwest. The predominant wind direction over the islands is from the northeast. The rocky islands act as a wind-break, redirecting the flow and shadowing the ocean in their wake from much of it. As a result, fewer waves are stirred up in the islands’ wakes, thereby changing the local surface  reflection properties and making this image possible. (Photo credit: NASA Earth Observatory)