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doctordipshit:

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toastdurr:

lotoflivingtodo:

typac:

no thank you

GOOD FUCKING BYE TO THAT

http://flappy2048.com/

god is dead and we fucking killed him

99revolutions:

toastdurr:

lotoflivingtodo:

typac:

no thank you

GOOD FUCKING BYE TO THAT

http://flappy2048.com/

god is dead and we fucking killed him

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Text 24 Apr 3,625 notes My other room mate was pissing me off…

professorbigspender:

…so I told him of an awesome internet site he’d love.  A short little webcomic he could finish in a half hour, called homestuck.  Every 10 minutes he asks me if it’s almost done, and every 10 minutes I tell him he is.  This has been going on for 3 hours.  He has a math test tomorrow. 

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taikonaut:

I FUCKED UP.
DON’T LOOK AT ME.

In my defense:
I did catch it.
It looked smaller from above.

the-real-seebs:

taikonaut:

I FUCKED UP.

DON’T LOOK AT ME.

In my defense:

  1. I did catch it.
  2. It looked smaller from above.

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my hand slipped

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my hand slipped

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mlem mlem mlem mlem

heyfunniest:

mlem mlem mlem mlem

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teencry:

i remember song lyrics from my favorite songs 5 years ago but i don’t remember what i learned in school yesterday

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astronomy-to-zoology:

Wallcreeper 

(Tichodroma muraria)

is a small species of songbird in its own family found in the high mountains of Eurasia. Like most songbirds the wallcreeper is quite small but long growing up to 6.7 inches in adulthood (probably to have a large surface area when climbing steep rocks). It is a greyish color similar in hue to a dipper, it also has red markings on and under its wings. The name wallcreeper as you may of guessed comes from its habit to climb and roost on steep rock faces, like treecreepers with trees. the fact that it uses it’s wings to balance itself out whilst climbing supports the ground up  evolutionary hypothesis.

Phylogeny

Animalia-Chordata-Aves-Passeriformes-Passeri-Passerida-Tichodromadidae-Tichodroma-muraria

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