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I'm Cschillz, and I'd rather be sleeping.


Napping is my life

— 21 hours ago
slojnotak:

Jan van Huysum - Bouquet of Flowers in an Urn (1724)

slojnotak:

Jan van Huysum - Bouquet of Flowers in an Urn (1724)

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— 21 hours ago with 751 notes

tattooed-disappointment:

I’m giving away a few more records because why not?

You could win:

Foreign TonguesSweet Empathy Leaving Me

Taking Back Sunday and The Used Split 10”

AviatorHead in the Clouds, Hands in the Dirt

Fall Out Boy- Infinity on high

The Wonder Years- Sleeping on Trash

Transit- Listen and Forgive 

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only people in north america

Ends Oct 10th

— 22 hours ago with 726 notes
fuckyeahharrypotter:

niecormier:

Found this bizarre thing at a library.

The smallest one (just cut out of view for some reason) is a goblin from Gringotts.

fuckyeahharrypotter:

niecormier:

Found this bizarre thing at a library.

The smallest one (just cut out of view for some reason) is a goblin from Gringotts.

— 22 hours ago with 342 notes
fall-out-boy:

on this day, 6 yrs ago, bruno mars was surprised to see pete wentz

fall-out-boy:

on this day, 6 yrs ago, bruno mars was surprised to see pete wentz

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— 1 day ago with 187612 notes

showslow:

Chinese Couple Takes Wedding Photos in Gas Masks to Protest Beijing Pollution | Via Daily Mail UK / Image credits: HAP/Quirky China News/REX

Your wedding day is a testament of hope and commitment to the future. This clever Chinese couple decided to use their wedding day to make another testament, too. They donned gas masks for their wedding day to illustrate the horrible state of pollution in Beijing and throughout China. The images are both creatively memorable and an eerie statement against air pollution. Pollution in Beijing has reached high enough proportions that citizens must wear paper masks to avoid breathing in particles that can enter their bloodstream.

This couple’s bold move is a powerful statement to China and the world that pollution needs to be stopped to have the futures we all dream of. Hopefully this couple does not become victim of oppression now that they used their creativity to showcase China’s problems to the world.

— 1 day ago with 2245 notes