4164
20 Sep 14 at 1 pm

vanimalcrackers:

Same

(Source: okcupidjuggalos, via certain-tragedy)

vanimalcrackers:

Same
 630
20 Sep 14 at 10 am

"Lines"
Whirr
Sway
(4390) plays
 26740
20 Sep 14 at 8 am

base-dpanda:

Lil B Teaching Old People To Cook

(via willingspiritweakflesh)

base-dpanda:

Lil B Teaching Old People To Cook
 1013
20 Sep 14 at 6 am

hanksc0rpio:

Into It. Over It. - Midnight Carroll Street (x)

(Source: nothingoriginal.net, via the-meaning-of-soul)

hanksc0rpio:

Into It. Over It. - Midnight Carroll Street (x)
 2785
20 Sep 14 at 4 am

(Source: forgottenships, via bennysixstrings)

 1006
20 Sep 14 at 2 am

amnhnyc:

How did the moon form? The leading theory is that the Moon resulted from a glancing collision between the young Earth and an object the size of Mars. The above image series is based on several mathematical simulations of the Moon’s origin:

The Moon’s history begins with a collision between a young Earth (larger object) and a Mars-sized planet.

10 minutes: The now-molten mantle layers (gray) of the two planets are mixing together.

1 hour: The iron cores (orange) are melding together – Most of this iron will remain with Earth.

2 hours: Parts of the mantle are spinning off into a swarm of debris.

22 hours: Pieces of debris revolve around Earth, slowly gathering together.

1 week: The growing Moon’s gravity pulls in the remaining debris.

Learn more about Moon rocks and craters.

(via dalepod)

amnhnyc:

How did the moon form? The leading theory is that the Moon resulted from a glancing collision between the young Earth and an object the size of Mars. The above image series is based on several mathematical simulations of the Moon’s origin:
The Moon’s history begins with a collision between a young Earth (larger object) and a Mars-sized planet.
10 minutes: The now-molten mantle layers (gray) of the two planets are mixing together.
1 hour: The iron cores (orange) are melding together – Most of this iron will remain with Earth.
2 hours: Parts of the mantle are spinning off into a swarm of debris.
22 hours: Pieces of debris revolve around Earth, slowly gathering together.
1 week: The growing Moon’s gravity pulls in the remaining debris.
Learn more about Moon rocks and craters.
 120481
19 Sep 14 at 9 pm

(Source: alexernst, via iamnotwhoioncewas)

 271
19 Sep 14 at 7 pm

"End Of The Summer"
Joyce Manor
Never Hungover Again
(590) plays
 121496
19 Sep 14 at 7 pm

laughhard:

I never noticed this.

(via states-andminds)

laughhard:

I never noticed this.
 3747
19 Sep 14 at 5 pm

meadowhillele:

well shit…

(Source: mildlycurious, via buttface-mcgee)

meadowhillele:

well shit…
 82917
19 Sep 14 at 3 pm

(Source: recathect, via carlylesko)

 388029
19 Sep 14 at 1 pm

havexheart:

tymethiefslongerthoughts:

kawaiimon:

theinturnet:

Why promote a company but not add a link?

http://www.childsown.com/

Now that’s just cool.

This will never not be awesome

(via mcbananama)

 8549
19 Sep 14 at 10 am

(Source: bloodsugarsexmagikk, via tomascooper)

 3128
19 Sep 14 at 8 am

brutalgeneration:

BRAND NEW 13 (by Nick Stevens)

(via brandnewlisa)

brutalgeneration:

BRAND NEW 13 (by Nick Stevens)
 119743
19 Sep 14 at 6 am

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