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neongenesisevangelistchurch:

WEARING A NEW PAIR OF SKINNY JEANS FOR THE FIRST TIME

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zftw:

genderthief:

i gave my dog a tortilla chip ten minutes ago and she won’t fucking eat it she’s just staring at me with it in her mouth 

she’s waiting for the salsa

zftw:

genderthief:

i gave my dog a tortilla chip ten minutes ago and she won’t fucking eat it she’s just staring at me with it in her mouth 

she’s waiting for the salsa

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mathani:

Get you best paper, cut a circle and fold it, fold it so that the circumference falls on a fixed point inside. Repeat, using random folds. Now see the creases. This is how you paper-fold an ellipse.

mathani:

Get you best paper, cut a circle and fold it, fold it so that the circumference falls on a fixed point inside. Repeat, using random folds. Now see the creases. This is how you paper-fold an ellipse.

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seriousjones:

memories are forever

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lostintrafficlights:

littlefuckinglesbian:

jawdust:

where is this guy’s blockbuster movie

hero.

Oh my god this is folk tale stuff

lostintrafficlights:

littlefuckinglesbian:

jawdust:

where is this guy’s blockbuster movie

hero.

Oh my god this is folk tale stuff

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georqeweasley:

im laughing so hard

georqeweasley:

im laughing so hard

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engineeringhistory:

Michael Faraday’s induction ring, used in experiments that led to the discovery of electromagnetic induction on August 29th, 1831. Faraday wrapped two wires around opposite sides of an iron ring, inserting one into a galvanometer and the other into a battery. He observed “waves of electricity” resulting from the change in magnetic flux.

engineeringhistory:

Michael Faraday’s induction ring, used in experiments that led to the discovery of electromagnetic induction on August 29th, 1831. Faraday wrapped two wires around opposite sides of an iron ring, inserting one into a galvanometer and the other into a battery. He observed “waves of electricity” resulting from the change in magnetic flux.

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