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dejavu394:

lexlifts:

alyssaaraee:

i didn’t know alpacas were so majestic

it is my goal to have one of these in my backyard when i am older 

The emperors new groove got it right


##And they make excellent sheep guardians.

dejavu394:

lexlifts:

alyssaaraee:

i didn’t know alpacas were so majestic

it is my goal to have one of these in my backyard when i am older 

The emperors new groove got it right

##And they make excellent sheep guardians.

(via licensed-to-ruffle-dat-hair)

sleuthier:

  1. A good night’s sleep so you can feel well-rested (7-12 hours (like 8 or 9 realistically))
  2. Clothes set out already from the night before (bonus points if they’re freshly cleaned! C: )
  3. Happy morning music!!!!!!!!
  4. Maybe do some stretching
  5. A nice, healthy breakfast with fruits and…

##Bonus points for waking up.

notmydate:

What I wish I could do when people I don’t want to see come to my door.

##Then don’t answer the door

notmydate:

What I wish I could do when people I don’t want to see come to my door.

##Then don’t answer the door

(via stillbetterthanthesolarsystem)

cumberbitch07:

getsherlockinmybed:

areyousuretonightsadangernight:

robinsbrainooze:

Pieta by *bearicle

i have a big sad now

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I just love that this exists.

This is a very powerful piece.  Imma cry.

WOOOOOOOOOOOWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW

##OTT. A lot.

In the initial take of the scene, though, Freeman seems to be under no real pressure. It’s a straight-forward and solid reading of a potentially emotional scene and, if you didn’t know better, you’d think it was just fine. After a brief conversation with “Fargo” series creator Noah Hawley, Freeman settles in and although his scene partner delivers a performance that’s nearly identical to the first take, Freeman’s reading is now completely different. It’s not just that the emotion has been dialed up, though. Emphasis has been put on a different assortment of words and without changing a breath of the dialogue, Freeman has shifted the heft of the scene. The camera and lighting set-ups change and, again, Freeman’s co-star remains consistent—and really good, don’t get me wrong—but Freeman again steps up the emotion and punches a different assortment of words, highlighting a different potential meaning … this is what the “Office” veteran does. He starts off with the basics, but builds with each take and tries to give directors as many choices as possible, tries to give himself as many choices as possible. After watching many actors on many sets, I can assure you that this isn’t the case with everybody. Freeman is notable both for how responsive he is to direction, but also for the variations he imposes on himself.
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lolsofunny:

ladderboss:

wtf kind of turtle is that

science of tumblr can you please explain this

mitochondria

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lolsofunny:

ladderboss:

wtf kind of turtle is that

science of tumblr can you please explain this

mitochondria

(via themagicoakleaf)

snogandagrope:

mildredandbobbin:

In the country at the moment.

COWS!!!!!!

BABY COWS!!!!!!!!!

it’s okay, i react to them this way in real life too

##Moo-letts

birdtog:

World Sparrow Day 2014

Today is World Sparrow Day and I know lots of people will be surprised that the House Sparrow is slowly declining in other countries.

##We are full of them here in Florida

(via imsuffocating)

elasticitymudflap:

when people ask me if i know about a thing i’m actually a huge fan of

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##Twitter-pated Bambi?

(via deathbatontheloose)

inwonderunderground:

I think I have more Retirementlock feels than I have regular Johnlock feels. My headcanon is that they don’t get romantically involved until thay are in their 60’s.

I love drawing wrinkles. Oldlock looks like a fluffy sheep. ;____;

##This retired Fangirl thanks you.

(via wsswatson)