victoriousvocabulary:

My friend’s Animorphs series…
[back in the 90s]

victoriousvocabulary:

My friend’s Animorphs series…

[back in the 90s]

(vía picaranara)

alkanet:

Mi carta de Hogwarts llegó ayer :D

Si Snape es el subdirector, ¿quién es el director del colegio?

alkanet:

Mi carta de Hogwarts llegó ayer :D

Si Snape es el subdirector, ¿quién es el director del colegio?

  • Julius Caesar: "I will rule over all this land. And I shall call it... Rome!"
  • Brutus: "I think we should call it... Your Grave!"
  • Julius Caesar: "Aaah, curse your sudden but inevitable betrayal!"

cavalier-stahl:

a succinct summary of fe7

(vía soanvalcke)

jeannieus:

inflatablepoojabber:

mooshumuffin:

rikachama:

valkyria422:

thebestoftimesendoftimes:

pleasejuststoptalking:

don’t be fuckin rude

This hurts my soul

That last kid in green speaks the damn truth

^^

the last kid is a homie

Thank god for that last kid

last kid gives me hope every time

(vía alkanet)

nijuukoo:

muchymozzarella:

merlions:

twigwise:

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Look at Esmeralda tho, she like da fuck you smokin old man get out of my damn face, you creepy
Beautiful

No dudebros seriously every time you think that a girl is responsible for your bodily urges, you are Frollo

you are Frollo and you will die a fiery death

so yeah

don’t be Frollo

Every time you think that a girl is responsible for your bodily urges, you are Frollo.

(vía kidlightnings)

jtotheizzoe:

compoundchem:

Great graphic from James Kennedy (@VCEasy) comparing natural & artificial peaches.

Interesting infographical look at how a few thousand years of human intervention can result in a deliciously juicy summer treat. Most interesting? The percentage of sugar a peach holds has not gone up that much, only the edible flesh ratio and percent water have.
I should add that in this graphic, “artificial” just means that the modern peach was artificially selected by farmers who chose which variants to propagate, as opposed to being subject to the unguided processes of natural selection. I worry about the misconception that “artificial” here might be misconstrued into meaning “inferior” or “dangerous” or “fake”. It is none of those things.
Don’t fear the fruits of science. Especially the juicy ones. 
(Breaking down the chemical fear and overuse of scare quotes that surround the “natural vs. artificial” food movement is the whole point of James Kennedy’s infographics, like his famous list of ingredients in an all-natural banana, I just want to make sure that it comes across to people not familiar with his work!)

jtotheizzoe:

compoundchem:

Great graphic from James Kennedy () comparing natural & artificial peaches.

Interesting infographical look at how a few thousand years of human intervention can result in a deliciously juicy summer treat. Most interesting? The percentage of sugar a peach holds has not gone up that much, only the edible flesh ratio and percent water have.

I should add that in this graphic, “artificial” just means that the modern peach was artificially selected by farmers who chose which variants to propagate, as opposed to being subject to the unguided processes of natural selection. I worry about the misconception that “artificial” here might be misconstrued into meaning “inferior” or “dangerous” or “fake”. It is none of those things.

Don’t fear the fruits of science. Especially the juicy ones. 

(Breaking down the chemical fear and overuse of scare quotes that surround the “natural vs. artificial” food movement is the whole point of James Kennedy’s infographics, like his famous list of ingredients in an all-natural banana, I just want to make sure that it comes across to people not familiar with his work!)

ivy-league-style:

Girls in tweed, oxford cloth, fair isle

ivy-league-style:

Girls in tweed, oxford cloth, fair isle

(vía quasigeek)

ellohir:

First Meeting (1992/2014)

Primer encuentro con Armando (Comparación 1992 / 2014)

¿Por qué tengo la impresión de que antes hacían mejor las cosas?

batcii:

I was doing homework but then Hermione showed up

batcii:

I was doing homework but then Hermione showed up

(vía prettybooks)