Motopeds
That’s a lot of slapped-together awesome.

Motopeds

That’s a lot of slapped-together awesome.

personifyingchaos:

Dylan Moran on adulthood

I like to think that those days you can barely move from depression and angst of the drudgery of life is the weight of your childhood self wrapped around the legs of your brain, looking up at you petulantly, yelling, “YOU SAID WE WERE GOING TO BUILD THE BEST SPACE FORT EVER!” And you can’t really argue against it because ultimately that’s why the ISS exists.

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Where has this fight scene been all my life.

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mymodernmet:

Photographer Martin Klimas captured the exact moment of these kung-fu porcelain figurines shattering on the ground, resulting in chaotically beautiful images.

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huffingtonpost:

'Columbusing': when white people think they discovered something they didn't

Want more examples of ‘Columbusing?’ watch the full video here.

(Source: College Humor)

Using it.

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I am never not enthralled by Attenborough’s shows.

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lostdazedandtotallyconfused:

Every year we get a little older. How you choose to celebrate is up to you. Take the birthday challenge. Writer Brendan Leonard delivers a dedication to the joys – both big and small – of the climbing life. What are your 35?
 
Creative by Duct Tape Then Beer
Directed by Nasa Koski, Austin Siadak and Matt Van Biene
Edited by Nasa Koski
Written by Brendan Leonard and Fitz Cahall
Produced by Fitz Cahall
Music – Gregory Alan Isakov – The Stable Song

humansofnewyork:

"We’re eye doctors.""What’s something about the eye that most people don’t realize?""The eye doesn’t see. The brain sees. The eye just transmits. So what we see isn’t only determined by what comes through the eyes. What we see is affected by our memories, our feelings, and by what we’ve seen before."

humansofnewyork:

"We’re eye doctors."
"What’s something about the eye that most people don’t realize?"
"The eye doesn’t see. The brain sees. The eye just transmits. So what we see isn’t only determined by what comes through the eyes. What we see is affected by our memories, our feelings, and by what we’ve seen before."