etherealvistas:

Finding Red In Iceland by Mike Berenson || Website || Facebook || G+

etherealvistas:

Finding Red In Iceland by Mike Berenson || Website || Facebook || G+

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@2 hours ago with 145 notes
lameborghini:

lameborghini:

my physics teacher loves april fools day

i told him that his joke got 90 thousand notes on the internet and he was like “wow!! 90 thousand people think im funny” (he always makes bad jokes in class and no one laughs) and he was smiling really big it was so cute

Wishin Spelio was like this

lameborghini:

lameborghini:

my physics teacher loves april fools day

i told him that his joke got 90 thousand notes on the internet and he was like “wow!! 90 thousand people think im funny” (he always makes bad jokes in class and no one laughs) and he was smiling really big it was so cute

Wishin Spelio was like this

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@8 hours ago with 169077 notes

twinkleofafadingstar:

white girls can’t wear bindis because in sixth grade one time i was dropped off at school by my aunt who was wearing a bindi at the time and some girl’s mom whispered to her friend how she would never let her daughter play with me because my family had probably been happy about 9/11 and then four years later that daughter showed up to school wearing a bindi as part of her “”“boho”“” look

fight me

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@9 hours ago with 29268 notes

Sometimes I had simple, attainable dreams and my life was all figured out.

But I wouldn’t be me if I did.

@11 hours ago with 1 note

mute-sic:

Dirty South Ft. Joe Gil - Until The End

@11 hours ago with 102 note and 2027 play
destiels-impala:

here’s my gift to you if you have a new year’s resolution to work out this year~
pro tip: don’t start on ‘the end’ if you haven’t worked out in like two months and your parents turned the heater on because you will drown in a pool of your own sweat and also not be able to feel your limbs

destiels-impala:

here’s my gift to you if you have a new year’s resolution to work out this year~

pro tip: don’t start on ‘the end’ if you haven’t worked out in like two months and your parents turned the heater on because you will drown in a pool of your own sweat and also not be able to feel your limbs

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@13 hours ago with 14255 notes

tightsobsession:

You’re a star.

Via Hapa Time.

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@8 hours ago with 198051 notes

Come to think of it, I recall being teased on multiple occasions about bindis (aka “Gandhi dots”) and henna in elementary school.

Then again I didn’t really give a fuck and was proud of my culture by 6th grade.

Around 2nd or 3rd though I once came home and asked my parents why weren’t Christian because Christians are the best. I also remember ruining my hair by cutting bangs to look more like the white girls in my classes, I remember being very aware that I was the only Indian girl in my class and grade even (until third when another Indian girl came in and so did a guy).

@8 hours ago with 3 notes

CANT WAIT TIL SUMMER 

@11 hours ago with 1 note

"The years between eighteen and twenty-eight are the hardest, psychologically. It’s then you realize this is make or break, you no longer have the excuse of youth, and it is time to become an adult – but you are not ready."

Helen Mirren (via mystiquel)

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@11 hours ago with 324222 notes

Cafe Milano serves the biggest salads everrr.

@11 hours ago with 1 note
#happy 

mediclopedia:

Dr. Alexander Seifalian does amazing work on regenerative medicine.. growing custom organs for those in need. He has successful grown tracheas, tear ducts, and other various blood vessels and has even started to grow organs for the face. 

As he continues his amazing work, I cannot wait to see what he grows in his lab next! 

His work at UCL has evolved quickly and has already begun human trials. He has already successfully grown a nose using a template and the necessary stem cells, and then implanted it on a patients arm so that skin can grow around it and look flawless. It was then implanted on the patients face.

(Source: ucl.ac.uk)

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