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rnicrophone:

bombing:

cop: who the hell ordered all these pizzas

me: you said i got one phone call

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bishopskate:

twerkinshield:

orlandobloomers:

wanna know how punk i am??????

*punches a wall*

drive me to the hospital

(Source: fyesharrypotter)



(Source: zeroshift)

"Note to self: every time you were convinced you couldn’t go on, you did."
--- (107/365) by (DS)

fooltook:

He did not expect to be ambushed with a camera. Precious baby.

No matter how dark it is

I know I’m not alone

Moonlight shines upon us

(Source: lemedy)

libutron:

Deep-sea Octopus Graneledone boreopacifica 
This beautiful octopus is Graneledone boreopacifica (Octopodidae), a deep-sea cephalopod from the north Pacific, that generally lives in the bathyal to abyssal zones ranging from 90 m to 2755 m depth; they also have been reported at particular ecosystems like hydrothermal vents and cold seeps.
This octopus is characterized by having uniserial rows of suckers, and wart-like tubercles covering dorsal surfaces of head, mantle, arms and web.
An article published in 2009 demonstrated that, like many other cephalopods, females of this species use sperm from multiple males to fertilize their eggs, so their hatchlings have multiple paternity.
Specimen shown was observed at 2327m in depth by the Canadian ROPOS (Remotely Operated Platform for Ocean Science).
References: [1] - [2]
Photo credit: ©neptunecanada | Locality: Offshore Canada (Pacific)

libutron:

Deep-sea Octopus Graneledone boreopacifica 

This beautiful octopus is Graneledone boreopacifica (Octopodidae), a deep-sea cephalopod from the north Pacific, that generally lives in the bathyal to abyssal zones ranging from 90 m to 2755 m depththey also have been reported at particular ecosystems like hydrothermal vents and cold seeps.

This octopus is characterized by having uniserial rows of suckers, and wart-like tubercles covering dorsal surfaces of head, mantle, arms and web.

An article published in 2009 demonstrated that, like many other cephalopods, females of this species use sperm from multiple males to fertilize their eggs, so their hatchlings have multiple paternity.

Specimen shown was observed at 2327m in depth by the Canadian ROPOS (Remotely Operated Platform for Ocean Science).

References: [1] - [2]

Photo credit: ©neptunecanada | Locality: Offshore Canada (Pacific)

ehdreeahnah:

30 Day Digi-Challenge; (Day 4) favourite digimon attack » Celestial Arrow.
"Then angels will shoot arrows of hope and light at the loved ones of those they’ve been sent to protect, and a miracle will happen."

ehdreeahnah:

30 Day Digi-Challenge; (Day 4) favourite digimon attack » Celestial Arrow.

"Then angels will shoot arrows of hope and light at the loved ones of those they’ve been sent to protect, and a miracle will happen."

boromirs:

We come to it at last

superdames:

Yeah, women are worthy.

  • Jane Foster in What If? #10 (1978)
  • Storm in X-Men Annual #9 (1985)
  • Rogue in What If? #66 (1994)
  • Wonder Woman in DC Versus Marvel #3 (1996)
  • Black Widow in What If: Age of Ultron #3 (2014)
synnesai:

ɪ ᴀᴍ ᴛɪᴛᴀɴɪᴜᴍ (@da)

ivaan-ffxiv:

deershadow:

i bet that cat doesn’t even game, it’s just doing it for attention. 

Fake gamer cats, ugh

ivaan-ffxiv:

deershadow:

i bet that cat doesn’t even game, it’s just doing it for attention. 

Fake gamer cats, ugh

(Source: uguused)

krislapis:

notmysecret:

FUCK

This is 10x funnier if you read it in their voices

(Source: boromirs)

thrandilf:

snapchats from agent maria hill