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Posted on 31st Jul at 8:14 PM, with 146,801 notes

mygayshoes:

lexatu:

casual reminder that australia is a conspiracy and all australian bloggers are russian spies

Клеветнические ЛОЖЬ …… мате

Posted on 31st Jul at 8:13 PM, with 32,868 notes

remerges:

person: alright i’ll talk to you guys later!

most people: ok bye see you tomorrow!

me: alright, hey tell your dog I said hi lolol

Posted on 31st Jul at 8:03 PM, with 15,443 notes

woodmeat:

my name is timmy turner and i

peed in the ball pit at dashcon

Posted on 31st Jul at 8:03 PM, with 245,181 notes

toecruise:

toecruise:

i have more followers than people at my school

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Posted on 31st Jul at 7:57 PM, with 464,997 notes

paradacsa-an:

jaceheromdale:

it sucks being the ugly quiet rude sarcastic emotionally unstable friend with the attention span of a goldfish

i’ve never read something so accurate

Posted on 31st Jul at 4:58 PM, with 201,015 notes

peanut-paw:

deersatan:

getting ur favorite character on a ‘which character are you?’ quiz

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getting your least favorite character on a ‘which character are you?’ quiz

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Posted on 30th Jul at 9:09 PM, with 10,106 notes
teroknortailor:

piglii:

breakingnews:

Russian space agency regains control of satellite carrying geckos
NBC News: Russia’s space agency said it’s restored full contact with an orbiting satellite containing biological experiments after it stopped responding to commands several days ago.
Among the experiments includes one designed to see how geckos reproduce in zero gravity. In a statement, the agency said the geckos are OK.
Photo: The Foton-M4 satellite sent up five Mauritius ornate day geckos to see how they mated in zero gravity. (Oleg Voloshin / IBMP)

THE GECKOS HAVE BEEN S A V E D

SPACE LIZARD ORGY CAN CONTINUE
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teroknortailor:

piglii:

breakingnews:

Russian space agency regains control of satellite carrying geckos

NBC News: Russia’s space agency said it’s restored full contact with an orbiting satellite containing biological experiments after it stopped responding to commands several days ago.

Among the experiments includes one designed to see how geckos reproduce in zero gravity. In a statement, the agency said the geckos are OK.

Photo: The Foton-M4 satellite sent up five Mauritius ornate day geckos to see how they mated in zero gravity. (Oleg Voloshin / IBMP)

THE GECKOS HAVE BEEN S A V E D

SPACE LIZARD ORGY CAN CONTINUE

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