allthatandasideoftom:

annamariaesergren:

einarsdatter:

xrdj:

Tom Hiddleston’s advice on not wasting you life, by saying: 

Where we going? Fuck it! Who cares?

"People will look" "Fuck it! Come on!"……"But it’s raining""Fuck it! Come on!"……"But that is not what is expected from an adult""Fuck it! Come on!"

I’ll ALWAYS reblog this…This is my mantra

allthatandasideoftom:

annamariaesergren:

einarsdatter:

xrdj:

Tom Hiddleston’s advice on not wasting you life, by saying: 

Where we going? Fuck it! Who cares?

"People will look"
"Fuck it! Come on!"
……
"But it’s raining"
"Fuck it! Come on!"
……
"But that is not what is expected from an adult"
"Fuck it! Come on!"

I’ll ALWAYS reblog this…This is my mantra

(via greenissy)

when someone asks what its like to be young these days

pizzapriince:

following back everyone until i find a tumblr gf♡

pizzapriince:

following back everyone until i find a tumblr gf♡

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vinegod:

When you start school before your friend by Lele Pons

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laboratoryequipment:

Are Failing Bees Foreshadowing Human Health?It’s become something of a rite of spring. Every March, newspaper stories sprout about local beekeepers opening their hives to find an ongoing environmental mystery. Instead of hungry bees ready for the first flights of spring, honeycombs that should be empty after a long winter are full, and instead the hives are empty. For some reason, during winter’s coldest months, these bees chose to leave the hive to perish outside.A professor of environmental exposure biology believes that the potential human health implications of colony collapse disorder extend beyond the drop in pollination— though that is worrisome enough— to the impact on humans of long exposure to low-level poisons like neonicotinoid pesticides, which have been suspected in the bee disorder.Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2014/08/are-failing-bees-foreshadowing-human-health

laboratoryequipment:

Are Failing Bees Foreshadowing Human Health?

It’s become something of a rite of spring. Every March, newspaper stories sprout about local beekeepers opening their hives to find an ongoing environmental mystery. Instead of hungry bees ready for the first flights of spring, honeycombs that should be empty after a long winter are full, and instead the hives are empty. For some reason, during winter’s coldest months, these bees chose to leave the hive to perish outside.

A professor of environmental exposure biology believes that the potential human health implications of colony collapse disorder extend beyond the drop in pollination— though that is worrisome enough— to the impact on humans of long exposure to low-level poisons like neonicotinoid pesticides, which have been suspected in the bee disorder.

Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2014/08/are-failing-bees-foreshadowing-human-health

callmebrycelee:

the-pietriarchy:

christoph waltz’s hair is magical

Christoph Waltz does it for me.

(via dying-glaciers)

radiicvl:

unimpressedcats:

scruba dub dub theres a kitty in the tub 

if a time comes that I do not reblog this photo it will be because I am 6 feet underground 

radiicvl:

unimpressedcats:

scruba dub dub theres a kitty in the tub 

if a time comes that I do not reblog this photo it will be because I am 6 feet underground 

(Source: mostlycatsmostly, via scoticus)


For those of you out of Australia, a shark attacked someone and so the government has called for a giant kill of sharks in the area. Maassive protests have been held on beaches across Australia to protest this slaughter.
This dude is Australian Navy Diver Paul de Gelder who 5 years ago lost his arm and leg to a massive bull shark in Sydney Harbour. He is speaking out against the mass slaughter of sharks around Western Australia. Paul de Gelder is a champ

For those of you out of Australia, a shark attacked someone and so the government has called for a giant kill of sharks in the area. Maassive protests have been held on beaches across Australia to protest this slaughter.

This dude is Australian Navy Diver Paul de Gelder who 5 years ago lost his arm and leg to a massive bull shark in Sydney Harbour. He is speaking out against the mass slaughter of sharks around Western Australia.
Paul de Gelder is a champ

(Source: popthirdworld, via dying-glaciers)

harrysde:

From Elon James White Tuesday night.

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